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Britannia Quickmove has been providing removals services in Bath for over 50 years. Our friendly professional teams have all the expertise needed to help make your move in Bath as smooth and stress-free as possible.
Removal Companies Bath
With Britannia Quickmove located in nearby Swindon, moving in, to or from Bath couldn’t be easier. Prior to your move, we will undertake an extensive pre-move survey allowing us to understand your removal needs and the extent of your move, and whether you require packing or storage services as part of your Bath removals.
We can also manage your office moves in Bath, securely and safely relocating your business quickly and efficiently.
Our experienced highly-trained teams are here to help you every step of the way, so do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about your Bath removals. Get in touch to discuss your move in Bath, or use the Quick Quote box for an idea of costs.
Storage Services in Bath
If you are looking for storage in Bath, our secure warehouse offers a spacious facility with container storage, suitable for all your household belongings with round-the-clock security.
Moving to Bath
So beautiful is the city of Bath that it is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site. The city is set in the rolling countryside of southwest England and is home to natural hot springs and stunning 18th-century Georgian architecture.
The city is very easy to explore on foot and boasts a unique mix of restaurants, independent shops, businesses, theatres and pubs. One second you can be enjoying city life, and the next you can be enjoying a walk in the stunning Somerset countryside, or strolling the botanical gardens.
Living in Bath
Widcome is a very popular area to live in Bath, with beautiful properties. Widcome Crescent is a terrace of fourteen Georgian houses (grade 1 listed) and are sought-after homes. Newbridge and Weston are favoured by families as they are largely residential areas with fantastic schools and handy local amenities.
Interestingly, flats are a big seller in Bath, but it is terraced and semi-detached properties that are very popular with families. The average property price in Bath is over £520,000, which is similar to nearby Combe Down, but more expensive than the Bath Spa area.
Bath’s spa culture stems from Roman times and the history can be explored at the 2,000-year-old Roman baths. The museum is filled with ancient artefacts and there is thermal water that still steams today. If you fancy a dip yourself, a spa session in the natural thermal waters at Thermae Bath Spa could be very relaxing.
The city has many museums and art galleries providing a rich and fascinating insight into fashion through the ages. Including 19th-century astronomer William Herschel, Bath’s industrial age, and the life of Bath’s most famous literary resident at the Jane Austen Centre.
Bath Transport Links
Road – The M4 and M5 are easily accessible from Bath, making the area accessible and commutable. A drive to Bristol is only 30 minutes in good traffic.
Trains run from Bath Spa railway station to London Paddington twice an hour, with the quickest journey time at 1 hour 25 minutes. Trains also run to Waterloo, but less regularly. The journey time on the Waterloo service is 2 hours 42 minutes. Providers also run regular trains to and from Cardiff and Bristol.
Bristol Airport is easily accessible from Bath – just a 35-minute journey. The airport offers international scheduled flights to many destinations across Europe and beyond.