School Trips @ YMCA Bath Group
Our building is nestled in a quiet courtyard between the bustling Broad Street and the Artisan Quarter of Bath in Walcot Street which is full of independent retailers.
We have a wide variety of room types including single, double, double en-suite, twin, triple, quad and dorm rooms allowing us to accommodate over 200 guests.
All guests have access to single sex bathroom facilities and we operate as a smoke free establishment.
Staff on the 24 hour reception are locals and happy to help you plan your stay, book tours or recommend a good place to eat. All guests benefit from a free breakfast and complimentary WIFI.
We can also provide cooked breakfasts, packed lunches and evening meals with a prior booking.
We can offer individual lockable corridors for groups where you can have exclusive use of the corridor.
Teachers will be allocated ensuite rooms subject to availability.
Let us help you plan your School residential to the Historic Roman City of Bath.
Book your School Trip for next year and receive a 5% Discount
Current School Trip Offer
Book your school trip for next year before October 1st 2020 and we will deduct 5% off your accommodation bill when you mention you saw us advertised on Plan My School Trip
Why book YMCA Bath Group for Residential School Trips and Educational Visits?
When bringing a group to YMCA, you will be able to offer your pupils central accommodation within a 5 minute walk of all of the major attractions. There’s plenty to see beyond the city, too, with stunning Somerset countryside to explore, as well as attractions like Stonehenge, Avebury and Longleat Safari Park.
The evenings are your responsibility but you may use our resources if required, (i.e. Private use of Our meeting rooms for evening activities like watching a DVD, Quiz nights, Karaoke nights ).
What size groups do you cater for?
Do you offer on-site classroom facilities?
Is there first aid on site?
Do you offer access for visitors with disabilities?
Yes - 1 room
Do you cater for visitors with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?
The city is famed for its rich history, Bath’s Roman roots continue to throw up surprises and as recently as 2007 over 17,577 Roman coins were found in the city centre during the building of a new hotel. Architecture, textiles, literature, Americana, astronomy, medicine and sport are all key Bath school trip subjects that feature heavily in both the history of Bath and many of its key museums.
Bath has a number of famous alumni that have come through its various schools and colleges. Most recently it is Bath University (‘Team Bath’) that has had great success and is considered one of the UK’s leading sporting universities after helping to hone the skills of Amy Williams, Colin Jackson, Jason Gardner, Eilidh Doyle, Helen Glover and Jazz Carlin.
Bath Facts - Did you know...
Edgar, England’s first King was crowned in Bath
Uranus was discovered from a back garden in Bath in 1781
Two of Jane Austen’s novels are set in Bath, Northanger Abbey and Persuasion
Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein while living in the city
The city is a UNESCO world heritage site
Bath School Headmaster William Harbutt invented Plasticine as a replacement modelling material for his art classes
Norland College (est 1892) is famous for training nannies that provide childcare for rock stars and royalty and are even trained in high speed getaways
Places to go, people to meet...
Great Bath Locations
The Royal Crescent
Museum of Costume
Jane Austen’s House
Royal Victoria Park
Famous Bath Residents
Mary Berry CBE
Dame Jacqueline Wilson
King Louis XVIII
Sir Roger Bannister
Sir Clive Woodward
Amy Williams MBE
Special rates for schools
outside of peak season
We are offering you a 5% discount if you book for next year before October 1st 2020
Need more inspiration?
We are bursting with ideas on places that deliver first class teaching both outside the classroom and as in-school workshops. Below are a few similar suggestions to YMCA Bath Group , or head to our tailor-made trip form and let us know how we can help you!