Trains from York to Bath run from Station Road. The train is normally quicker than taking the bus but slightly more expensive. The Train service between York and Bath runs regularly up to 46 times a day. The first Train leaves York at 02:57 and the last Train departing at 20:03. The journey time on the Train is 4hrs.
The train service from York (Station Road) to Bath Spa is not direct, the easiest is 1 change at Bristol Temple Meads, or 2 changes via London Kings Cross and underground to London Paddington.
It is advisable to book train tickets in advance online as they are cheaper. You can travel from York to Bath for just 72.00 GBP if you book in advance online compared to 190.00 GBP if you just turn up at the station. Strange as it may seem you may also find it cheaper to book two single tickets rather than a return.
To check train times and prices from York to Bath click on the button below.
If you are arriving or departing from Bath by Train, you will be using Bath Spa Train station in Dorchester Street. Bath Train station is a 5 minute walk from the city centre and provides a good service to all national destinations. For more detailed information, including maps, national and local trains see our guide to Bath Spa Train Station.
If you are travelling to or from Europe you can connect by booking Eurostar tickets online from Paris or Brussels to London.
The Bus service between York and Bath runs 4 times a day. This service is run by NationalExpress with the first Bus starting at 00:50 and the last bus is at 16:25. You can book a return fare from 56.00 GBP. To get cheap fares you need to book in advance and travel at off-peak times afer 09:00. The Bus to Bath runs from Station Road in York to Bath Spa in Bath. Bath is 235 miles (378.35Km) from York and the journey time on the Bus will take 7hrs 40min.
The journey from York Bus station (Station road opposite the train station) is not direct, it requires a change at London Victoria alternatively for the quickest journey time book 2 tickets, from York to Bristol and Bristol to Bath.
Buses can be very crowded and there is no guarantee of a place unless you book in advance, to check times and prices of buses from York to Bath click the button below.
If you are arriving or departing from Bath by coach or public bus you will almost certainly start or finish your journey in the city centre at Dorchester Street, the central bus station. The bus station is a 5 minute walk from Bath City Centre. For more detailed information, including maps and national and local buses in Bath see our guide to Bath Bus Station.
Bath is 235miles (378.35Km) from York. If you are travelling to Bath by car, you have several options on what to do with your car when you get there. If you are only visiting for the day then it is best to use the Bath Park and Ride facilities (free parking) located North, South, East and West of the city centre. For more detailed information including maps see our guide to the Bath Park and Ride. If you are just visiting for a few hours then you might want to use one of the car parks located near the City Centre. For more detailed information including maps see our guide to parking in Bath. If you need to book a rental car when you get to Bath there are several places to pick up a car.
If you are looking at staying in Bath and are interested in a good deal on accommodation, restaurants or other services in Bath it is worth checking this link to see what the deal of the day for Bath is.
If you decide you would like to spend a little longer in Bath to soak up the atmosphere and visit a few more attractions why not check out some of the Bath Hotel Deals and see if anything takes your fancy?
(Fri 27th Jul, 2018)
World of Music and Dance festival returns for the 4th consecutive year in the beautiful grounds of Charlton Park.
Festival of Horse Eventing
(Sun 05th Aug, 2018)
This fabulous event takes place at Gatcombe Park, home of the Princess Royal and her family and incorporates the British Open, Intermediate and Novice Championships.
National Amateur Gardening Show
(Fri 31st Aug, 2018)
The National Amateur Gardening Show features garden displays, a feast of flowers, fruit and vegetables, TV celebrities and top gardening experts.