In this Issue: The opening of the world-famous Thermae Bath Spa is the perfect excuse for a break in this great city and to bathe as the Romans and the Celts did over 2,000 years ago. Read more...
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Dear Recipient Wednesday 30th August 2006
Finally! It is here. I have been waiting for what feels like 2000 years to be able to take the waters at the the Celebrated Bath Spa. I first visited the Spa in 1982 and wondered then what it might be like to take the cure. Now after much anticipation I have the chance and so do you.
Regards,
Jeffrey Epstein
Publisher

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Interactive Map 1 The County Hotel (Bath) 2 The Bath Priory Hotel & Restaurant (Bath) 3 Bath Queesberry Hotel & Olive Tree Restaurant (Bath) 4 The Pear Tree at Purton (Swindon) 5 Hunstrete House (Mendip Hills) 6 Bath Lodge Hotel (Norton St Philip) 7 At The Sign Of The Angel (Chippenham)
 BATH-TIME ROMAN STYLE
Enjoy Britain’s only natural thermal waters as the Celts and Romans did 2000 years ago. The ultra-modern Thermae Bath Spa is now open, twenty-eight years since the last lucky person dipped a searching toe in Bath's natural thermal waters. The Celtic spa and temple to Sulis and the later Roman baths and temple to Minerva are now accompanied by a premium facility that hands the spa back to the people at this historic site. more... Roman Bath
 BATH: IN THE CITY
There is something about bath time that makes you forget your British repose and indeed music taste as you merrily whistle along to Gloria Gaynor while playing submarine with a bottle of shampoo. Each of these hotels in Bath are perfect for this. Click here or here for some bath time fun.
  THE COUNTY HOTEL
The County Hotel

Spa break £75
Only a five minute walk from the spa, in the heart of the world heritage city is this award-winning hotel with a spa break starting at just £75. More>>>

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  THE BATH PRIORY HOTEL
The Bath Priory Hotel & Restaurant

2 night spa break
Two nights, B&B in a luxury double room including dinner in the Michelin star restaurant, plus a 30 min treatment and unlimited use of the spa from £145. More>>>

  BATH QUEENSBERRY HOTEL
Bath Queesberry Hotel & Olive Tree Restaurant Thermae Bath Spa
Stay in a luxurious superior double room and sink into a two hour spa session at the new Thermae Bath Spa. Perfect.
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 BATH: ON THE OUTSKIRTS
  Swindon, 5 miles - THE PEAR TREE AT PURTON
The Pear Tree at Purton Weekend Wonder
Stay for the whole weekend in the rolling landscape of north Wiltshire, just minutes from the M4. 4-course dinner each night.
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  Mendip Hills,7 miles - HUNSTRETE HOUSE
Hunstrete House Rose & champagne
A romantic weekend for two at THE quintessential English country house hotel complete with bubbly, rose, dinner and b&b from under £170 per person.
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  Norton St Philip, 7 miles- BATH LODGE HOTEL
Bath Lodge Hotel 3 night thrill
Spend 2 nights at this truly individual gate lodge, surrounded by acres of deer park and bubbling brooks, and get your third half price.
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  Chippenham, 15 miles - AT THE SIGN OF THE ANGEL
At The Sign Of The Angel 50% off
A remarkable hotel renowned for traditional cooking. With 50% off the food bill you have no reason not to stay and taste the remarkable home cooking.
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