Heathrow Central Bus Station to Bath by Bus
There is a bus service that operates 16 times a day between Heathrow and Bath. The 100-mile journey from Heathrow to Bath takes about 2hrs 20min. Most of these buses are direct; however, some require a change at the Bristol coach station.
Heathrow to Bath by Train
Running up to 27 times a day, trains from Heathrow to Bath start the journey from the Heathrow Central Train Station. This is a quicker, but a more expensive mode of travel; the journey takes approximately 2hrs 10mins. You need to change at London Paddington, if you are taking this train service. Booking in advance, you will have to pay only 42.00 GBP compared to 80.00 GBP if you just turn up at the station.
Heathrow to Bath by Car
Travel by car to Bath from Heathrow is another option. Make use of the Bath Park and Ride facilities (free parking) located North, South, East and West of the City Centre, if your visit is only going to be for the day. If your visit is to span a few hours alone, then make use of the car parks situated at the City Center. Alternatively take a taxi from Heathrow to Bath and enjoy the ride.
Heathrow to Cambridge
Cambridge can be reached by road or rail from Heathrow.
a) One way to get to Cambridge is by taking the tube to Kings Cross first and then the train, which runs every 30 minutes to your desired destination.
b) Jetlink is a direct coach service to Cambridge costing you 23 pounds and runs every hour.
c) Alternatively, take a taxi from Heathrow to Cambridge. Your driver will greet you in the Arrivals area of the airport terminal. He will hold a sign showing your name. From there you will be driven directly to any Hotel, Office or Residential address in Cambridge. The fares are at a Fixed Price with no hidden charges.