The original site would have covered between 20 and 30 acres, but only the stone foundations of the inn, or Mansio, and the bath house have survived.
The Mansio, which is believed to have been a two-storey building with a central courtyard, would have provided overnight accommodation and possibly fresh horses for travelling Roman officials, imperial messengers and important other visitors.
The stone foundations of the mansio, or staging inn
Drawings of how the town might have looked around the end of the 2nd century AD can be seen on the site, as well as similar impressions of the bath house and inn, which is said to have burnt down around this time.
Unfortunately, nothing else of Letocetum has been found in the surrounding area, although it is thought that stables and possibly kitchens may have existed in the field neighbouring the ruins.
The possible ruins of the bath house changing area