Spright Cars offer a quality chauffeur driven car service in Bath, England. Using quality vehicles from Mercedes-Benz we provide one the best chauffuering services in the City of Bath.
Bath chauffeurs can take you to most airports in the UK in a quality executive car service.
Quality cars include the Mercedes E Class and are available for airport transfers.
Bath Racecourse is set in acres of beautiful countryside located two miles North of the city centre and just six miles South of Junction 18 of the M4 Motorway and is well sign-posted from all major routes to its location on Lansdown Hill.
Bath Racecourse is a versatile and unique venue, with excellent facilities suitable for a wide variety of events.
Literature Festival - launched in 1995, the Bath Literature Festival has become one of the UK's best known festivals for stimulating debate, lively conversation and fascinating authors insights.
Taking place annually over 9 days in February/March, and using The Guildhall in Bath as its base, the Festival seeks to make you think whilst it entertains, with unique events pairing like-minded authors, dynamic debates on topical issues, and specially commissioned work by leading contemporary writers.
Bath International Music Festival - the Music Festival has an illustrious artistic history and has long been a well-established event of national significance and international reputation, presenting a dynamic mix of world-class performers. The Festival takes place annually over 12 days in late May/early June, and showcases a rich range of high quality events featuring orchestral and classical virtuosos, jazz giants, folk, roots and world musicians, innovative collaborations and unique commissions.
Chauffeur Driven Car Service
Spright Cars offer the residents, visitors and businesses of Bath a luxury chauffeur driven executive car service. Using quality Mercedes-Benz cars, we provide a chauffeur driven executive car service for airport transfers, long distance travel and daily hire.
Because we only provide cars for airport transfers, long distance travel and daily hire, you can be sure of a service which is a 'cut above' most other car services in Bath.
All cars are cleaned and prepared for each journey and, as the drivers are not racing to get from one job to another, you have a relaxed journey.
We believe that their superior vehicles and service mean that we provide a premium service for the discerning passenger travelling to or from the City of Bath
We have over 30 years experience in the car service business and pride ourselves on being the best service for miles around.
You can book a car and driver for journeys of any distance from Bath, including airport cars from Heathrow, Gatwick, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol and all other U.K. airports to Bath & North East Somerset.
Please request a no obligation quote for your chauffeur driven alternative to Bath taxis.
The World Heritage City of Bath in the English unitary authority of Bath & North East Somerset (B&NES) positioned at the southern extremeties of the Cotswolds is a spectacularly beautiful city. The city’s compactness and striking architecture - Roman baths, majestic Abbey and sweeping Georgian terraces - combine to produce one of the most elegant sights in Europe.
The city, however, is far more than museums and old buildings. It has a lively cultural scene with several festivals and all kinds of shows, concerts and exhibitions filling up the events calendar. Being a university town, it also has a vibrant nightlife, and the dining scene equals that of almost any other British city.
Despite the fact that Bath is a sprawling city, the center is compact and easy to navigate on foot
Bath is known for its Georgian classical architecture and its development as a Roman city called 'Aquae Sullis'. The presence of hot springs and easily worked limestone made it attractive to the Romans who built the original town which flourished for 400 years.
Bath declined quickly after the Romans left Britain and did not thrive again until the eighteenth century when once again it was water and stone that made it great but this time of Georgian influenced architecture.
Throughout the Georgian period 1714 - 1830, Bath was the focal point of out-of-London social activity. Royalty, the aristocracy and commoners all bathed in the spa waters, which were made popular by the visit of Queen Anne in 1702. The population multiplied from 2,000 to 30,000 in just 100 years and Bath became the eighth largest city in England by 1801.
The development of the spa town of Bath, can be essentially attributed to three men: Ralph Allen - Post Master, John Wood the Elder - architect and Richard Beau Nash.
Bath is a city steeped in history and has the only hot spring in Britain. The city has more officially listed (5000) buildings than central London and most originate from the 18th century.
The city is particularly famed for its Roman Baths (also its magnificent Abbey) - the spa Aquae Sullis (‘waters of Sul’ – the British goddess of wisdom) was constructed about 54 AD and was abandoned when the Romans left Britain at the beginning of the 5th century. It was not until the 18th century that it was rediscovered and its potential benefits once again realised.
It was in this period that most of the developments took place and a large part of what can be seen today has its origins in Georgian times.
Amongst the architects with the most influenceThomas Baldwin (1750-1820) has left a huge legacy. He built the Guildhall, The Northumberland Buildings, The Cross Bath, The Old Pump Room, New Private Baths, Nash Street, Union Street, Hot Bath Street and much more besides.
Also responsible for design was Thomas Warr Attwood(1733-1775) he was an Architect and also a Mayor of Bath, he worked closely with Thomas Baldwin. Attwood was the cause of much controversy when he proposed the building of a new gaol. He died when on the site of a derelict building which collapsed on him.
John Palmer (1738-1817) succeeded Thomas Baldwin as city architect in 1792, he was involved in the building of many properties which included - Landsdown Crescent, Cumberland House, Stall Street, St. James Square, Christ Church Bath, Theatre Royal, New Bond Street, the further development of the Grand Pump Room and The Royal Mineral Water Hospital.
Among the many sights to be seen within the city is its superb Bath Abbey Church of St Peter and St Paul, The Roman Baths, The Pump Room, The Theatre Royal, Victoria Park, Pulteney Bridge, Victoria Art Gallery, The Royal Crescent, Orange Grove, Bath Postal Museum, The Circus and The Fashion Museum.
Bath is a highly popular filming location due to its great mix of 18th century architecture with contemporary lifestyle. The unspoilt and uncluttered passageways rich in history are perfect backdrops to transport Bath back in time. Films include Vanity Fair, Persuasion, Dracula and The Duchess.
The University of Bath ranks highly in the league tables of UK universities published by a number of national newspapers, including the Times, Independent and Guardian.
Its research is internationally respected, and its students are in demand by employers because of the high quality of the teaching offered here.
The University has had close connections with industry and the public and voluntary sectors since its inception in 1966. It has developed strong links with universities abroad.
The University's buildings are set in an attractive campus about a mile from the centre of Bath. It is a safe and friendly campus with strong student services and good social opportunities. Its sports facilities are first-class.