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Help me get from Heathrow to Bath to the Strand

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We will land at Heathrow Terminal 3 at 13.35 on Friday. We have only carry-on luggage. We then want to take the coach to Bath (in my mind I see a bus, but I remember to say 'coach'). I am planning to buy the tickets at the central coach/bus station at Heathrow. We should be able to take the one that leaves at 3.15pm. Does this sound do-able? Please tell me if there is something I miss.
The more tricky question is returning on Sunday late afternoon from Bath to our hotel on the Strand in London. Should we coach back to Heathrow and from there take a car/the Heathrow Express? Should we rather train to Paddington and then onwards? At this stage I will probably opt for what is faster, not what is less expensive (within reason!).
THANKS!

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