Cleveland Baths, Hampton Row
Cleveland Baths, Hampton Row, Bath BA2 6QS View on map
Grade II* listed open air public swimming pools on the banks of the River Avon. A former caretaker's cottage with attached changing rooms in the form of a miniature Georgian crescent which flanks a P-shaped pool dating from 1815, altered and extended in c1910. It was built by a local builder called Newton, possibly to a design by the local architect John Pinch, and paid for by private subscription. Built of Bath stone in a garden setting surrounded by trees. On the Heritage at Risk Register.
Alternate Mondays 11am - 1pm: 2, 16, 30 January; 13, 27 February; 13, 27 March; 10, 24 April; 8, 22 May; 5, 19 June; 3, 17, 31 July; 14, 28 August; 11, 25, September; 19, 23 October; 6, 20 November; 4, 18 December.
- Open on Heritage Open Day
A36 Warminster Road, turn into Beckford Gardens and follow into Hampton Row. The pools are on the left. Rail: Bath Spa (1 1/2 miles) Bus: Routes 264 and 265 (A36), 4 (Bathampton) Also Bath Tourist Buses
Available on Sundays only (Resident Parking Zone from Monday - Saturday 8am - 6pm)
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes