Location

Rainbow Wood Farm is unusually situated just minutes from the city centre, very close to the university of Bath.
Surrounded by National Trust nurtured walkways, it’s the ideal location to enjoy the best of both worlds, of a world heritage city and a the beauty and tranquillity of the countryside.

Rainbow Wood Farm is unusually situated just minutes from the city centre, very close to the university of Bath.

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Why not bring your trainers and try the national trusts famous and extremely popular Bath Skyline Walk? Maps are available in the breakfast room.

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Places to eat around Bath, and local country pubs. Alternatively travel further afield for country fine dining.

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How to find Rainbow Wood Farm

Rainbow Wood Farm is unusually situated just minutes from the city centre, very close to the university of Bath.
Surrounded by National Trust nurtured walkways, it’s the ideal location to enjoy the best of both worlds, of a world heritage city and a the beauty and tranquillity of the countryside.

Aerial View of the Circus and Crescent, Bath

Rainbow Wood Farm location

Parking – Parking available beside the B&B for guests
Access to city centre (1.5 miles) – 5 minute drive, a 30 minute downhill walk, a 10 minute bus journey (bus stop at the end of the drive with a regular service that runs until 11pm.) Taxi ride approx. £7.
University of Bath – 10 minute walk to main building just across the road.
Walk – Located on the infamous National Trust Skyline Walk. Why not have a walk after breakfast or follow the skyline into the city centre?
Directions – Postcode ‘BA27AR’. Follow signs to the American Museum or the University.

The beauty of the Bath is the balance of open countryside and the architecture and boutique character of a small but vibrant city. From our doorstop, you can enjoy the National Trust Bath Skyline walk as one of so many exceptional and  historic attractions in around Bath. 

There is something for everyone nearby, with local charms such as The American MuseumPrior Park or Dyrham Park to name just a few.

Rainbow Wood Farm, Bath

The Farm

Rainbow Wood Farm is a working farm that expands just over 300 acres overlooking the city of Bath. With a combination of rare and traditional breed sheep, cows and pigs, there is never a dull or quiet moment at Rainbow Wood Farm. James works full time on the farm and is passionate about maintaining a high standard of animal welfare and sustainable land management.

As a guest of Rainbow Wood Farm, with permission, you are welcome to visit the animals during your stay. Depending on the time of year and if time and weather permits, James is happy to give some tours to visit the animals. If of interest, please ask for availability ahead of your stay.