English Language Holiday

Combine an English Language Course with Sightseeing

It doesn’t need to be all “Work, work, work”!

If you are too busy to take an Executive Intensive English course during a working week, why not take an English Language Holiday during your holiday time? You might like to combine study with sightseeing in this beautiful part of the country. You might even bring family or friends with you.  

The beautiful UNESCO city of Bath is one of the most popular tourist cities in the UK because of its unique concentration of Georgian architecture and its Roman history as the top European spa town, outside of Italy. 

From Bath it is also easy to reach a number of other interesting cities, such as Bristol, Cardiff, Oxford and London. You are also close to iconic landmarks such as Stonehenge or you might visit a picture postcard village such as Lacock, a location featured in the popular Harry Potter films or Castle Combe, a backdrop for the film which became a West End Show, Warhorse.

See the bottom of this page for schedules, fees and accommodation.

Afternoon Trips

Bath is set in very beautiful countryside, within easy reach of some of Britain’s most famous tourist attractions, as well as other interesting towns and cities. 

 

Day Trips

By train or car, the following places can be reached in 1-2 hours from Bath.

 

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Accommodation

The host family ‘total immersion’ experience is the most popular accommodation option with our customers. Staying with a host family guarantees you an authentic taste of Bath life and provides the opportunity for conversation and friendship building. Some of our learners keep in contact with their host family for years after their visit.


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Whether you choose one of our friendly host families, a bed and breakfast, or one of Bath’s top hotels, we can help you to find the perfect place to stay while you study with us at EMB.

Click here to view our accommodation page.

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