Find the GayScene in Bath
The online world makes it so easy to find people who like what you like, www.gayscene.org lets you post a gay personal for free to find guys near you who want to meet up. You can post anything you like and simply wait for a reply. After chatting online and exchanging information you may want to meet up, so we are taking a look at some great gay friendly cities to meet up in!
Whilst it might not be as vibrant and well-known for gay friendly entertainment as near neighbour Bristol, there’s still plenty to see and do in the regal city of Bath with plenty of welcoming hotels, bars, restaurants and visitor attractions. Bath is a city steeped in history and if you love your architecture it’s a great place to take a stroll of a summer evening.
Bath Bars and Clubs
Bath doesn’t have a specifically defined gay area like many cities in the UK but there are enough places to visit and have a good time if you know where to find them. Whilst other pubs in the city are mixed, you can be sure of a great reception wherever you go. The Rising Sun on Grove Street provides a traditional pub atmosphere as well as some excellent food. Rooms are available and they are touted as cooking the best breakfast in the region. The Garrick’s Head is another good-looking pub with a heavy slice of sophistication, particularly if you like high quality food and service. The pub is right next to the Theatre Royal in St John’s Place so you can catch a good drama beforehand. Gay Saunas can be found a short drive away in Bristol and if you are looking for a Gay Escort in Bath, take a look at who is available on sleepyboy.com to introduce you to this lovely city and to have a great time.
Places to Stay
There is plenty of friendly accommodation in Bath including at the luxurious Paradise Hotel which was originally a 17th century mansion and lies not far from the city centre. If you want to be pampered and spend some time in elegant surroundings then this could be the place for you. As with other cities there are plenty of low-cost alternatives such as the Travelodge and the Holiday Inn on Lower Bristol Road as well as a number of comfortable bed and breakfast establishments.
As a centre of culture and history, Bath is probably up there with most cities in the UK and, indeed, across the world. Famous sights include Pulteney Bridge which has a variety of shops built into it and Bath Abbey which is one of the oldest buildings in the UK, not to mention the world-famous Roman Baths in the centre of town. If you like your architecture, you can spend at least a couple of days wondering around the city and seeing some of the most remarkable buildings gathered together in one small space.
Further out from the city centre there’s plenty to see as well. Stonehenge and Cheddar Gorge are less than an hour’s drive away but there are also places like The Fairfield House Museum where you can sample Bath’s diverse heritage. But if shopping is your thing the centre of the city has a range of quaint and unusual stores and there’s also a new shopping centre over in Southgate.
Unlike many other cities, Bath doesn’t run a gay pride weekend where everyone can come and join in the fun. The nearest big event is over in neighbouring Bristol which runs the Bear Fiesta in June and the main pride event in July. That shouldn’t put you off visiting, however, as there is much to do and see in this stunning city.