Bath Area Code: 01225

The telephone area code for the UK Roman city of Bath is 01225.

The historic Roman city of Bath and the surrounding localities use the telephone area code 01255 which means you have to dial this before the final six digits of the full phone number to call any personal or business landline phone in this UK region. Thus if you have received a call from a number starting with 01255 then it is most likely from a landline number in this region, however companies can still register a Bath phone number from outside the region.

Localities which use the 01225 telephone area code

Bath Limpley Stoke
Batheaston Marshfield
Box Melksham
Bradford-on-Avon North Trowbridge
Combe Down Saltford
Hawthorn Trowbridge

Cost of calling a Bath telephone number

Calling a Bath phone number whilst using their 01225 area code will cost you the same amount as making an equivalent call to other 01 numbers, local 02 phones as well as national 0300 and 0345 helplines. This means that if you have a calls package from your provider which includes free inclusive minutes you can phone a Bath telephone number for free. Alternatively you will have to pay a standard network access charge as well as a per-minute fee which depends on when you make the call, you should note that in this instance landline calls will be cheaper than phoning from a mobile.

How to call a Bath phone number from abroad

Calling a Bath telephone number from outside the UK is a simple process which starts by removing the initial zero from the 01225 area code which leaves you with 1225, you should then add the United Kingdom’s designated country calling code ‘+44’ which in effect gives you a new international code for Bath: ‘+44 1225’. Therefore if you wanted to book a visit to the historic Roman Baths from abroad you would dial their overseas phone number +44 1225 477 785 instead of their UK number 01225 477 785.

Example phone numbers of popular attractions in Bath

UK contact numbers which start with the 01225 area code are generally trusted in comparison with hidden phone numbers as well as national 03 and 08 helplines, this is because having a Bath area code suggests that the phone is registered in the local area rather than being used as a national non-geographic sales line which may be more difficult to trace. Some examples of real Bath telephone numbers for some popular attractions in the city are provided here for your convenience:

  • 01225 477 785 – This is the general enquiries and ticketing helpline for the Roman Baths which was built in approximately 60AD, here you can find out more about the history of the religious spa whilst feeling the warmth of the natural geothermic waters. However due to the presence of potentially lethal bacteria in the water you can no longer bathe in this historic site although there are more modern facilities nearby which use treated spring water which you can swim in.
  • 01225 469 230 – This is the telephone number for Bath Rugby Club who play in the English Premiership, they regularly host top-class European matches in their picturesque Recreation Ground stadium. You can call this telephone number to book a matchday ticket, to renew your season pass and for upcoming fixtures.
  • 01225 422 462 – This is the general enquiries phone number for Bath Abbey which is a historic Grade I listed building in the heart of the city, you can contact them for communion times and to book a wedding.

Top three reasons to visit Bath

  1. The Roman Baths – The city of Bath houses the only natural warm-water spring baths in the whole of the United Kingdom, you can choose to visit the historical Roman Baths which is a beautifully-preserved example of ancient British architecture or bathe in the modern Thermae Bath Spa facility which also uses the natural geothermic spring waters. You will also be able to view ancient artifacts in the on-site museum which includes the largest collection of Roman coins found in Britain.
  2. Stunning architecture – Bath offers some of the most beautiful examples of architecture anywhere in the country, boasting several Grade I listed buildings such as Bath Abbey, the Roman Baths as well as the Royal Crescent. The city is perhaps the prime example of Georgian architecture anywhere in the world with rows of picturesque terraces and sweeping curved buildings such as The Circus and the aforementioned Royal Crescent. As such the city as a whole has been recognised as a World Heritage Site to be preserved for future generations.
  3. Rugby Union – Bath Rugby Club play in the highest division of English Rugby Union and usually feature in the top-end of the table, therefore if you are a fan of this high-adrenaline sport you can book tickets to watch matches from their Recreation Ground Stadium.