Take your seat at Castle Combe Circuit

A short way north of Bath, Castle Combe Circuit is a well-reputed racing circuit surrounded by bucolic Wiltshire countryside, boasting an active calendar of Saloon, Sports and GT, and Formula Ford events. Opened in 1950, the track has a long and proud history of British motorsport, hosting a 500cc win by John Surtees, and the last F1 race ever to take place in Wiltshire.

Welcome to Bath

A town so steeped in history that it’s a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bath is a wonderful place to explore for those visiting the area. During the Roman occupation of Britain, the resident Romans took advantage of the natural hot springs in the area, using them to construct their impressive baths. The ruins of these, not to mention countless other historical sites spanning antiquity, are still there, and give Bath a potent, distinctive character that’s shared by few other places in Britain.

Feel like a Georgian at 1 Royal Crescent

One of many historical gems that can be found in Bath, 1 Royal Crescent is a well-known museum based in a Georgian house. Aside from the occasional modern facility and display, the house is furnished and decorated exactly as it would have been in the late 18th century, making for an immersive and intriguing historical experience.

Planning a trip to Castle Combe Circuit? Travelodge Bath City Centre Hotel is just over half an hour away by car, as is Travelodge Bath Waterside Hotel.