Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 3
Bath is a beautiful city of golden stone, full of history, interesting places to visit and plenty of wonderful shops and restaurants. This central attractive 2 bedroomed apartment will appeal to independent couples, travelling with a child (5+), family or friend. Set around a pretty courtyard, with its very own wishing well, it is in an ideal position to explore the historic attractions in Bath, experience the relaxation of the Spas, browse the many shops and eat at great restaurants.
Offering more space and privacy than a hotel you will find a well-equipped Kitchen for preparing healthy breakfasts, or head out for croissants at a nearby café, before exploring the city on foot. Next to the kitchen is a spacious lounge/dining area. The large master bedroom, with its Georgian windows offers a double bed and two double wardrobes and a bathroom with bath and overhead shower. The apartment is an ideal place to relax after exploring the beautiful golden streets of Bath and the surrounding area.
The apartment is minutes from the bus and railway station. Close by is a local store, pharmacy, cafes and restaurants including an award winning gastro pub – The White Hart.
Why not stay a week and visit Stonehenge, Avebury, cotswold villages at Lacock and Castle Combe or relax in the Thermae Baths and have a therapeutic massage before a cream tea in the Pump Rooms. Visit the Roman Bath, the Costume, Jane Austin, Herschel or American Museums
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Weston Super Mare 35 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Bristol 35 km, Nearest railway: Bath Spa 500 m|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (1), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Further details indoors|
Well equipped kitchen with Fridge, Washer, Freezer and Microwave.
Two double wardrobes in master bedroom.
Suitable for 3 persons and children over the age of 5.
|Further details outdoors|
Charming courtyard setting and close to the centre of Bath. There is residents parking locally and we can provide guest parking tickets for those bringing a car.
There is a short flight of steps to the apartment.Ideal location for those wishing to visit by train/coach. Minutes from the railway, bus and coach stations. All amenities and city centre attractions nearby.
We are happy to take bookings for 2 days plus. Why not stay a week and explore the West Country. The property is ideally positioned for day trips to London and Oxford - about 90 minutes away. Or visit the seaside - Weston Super Mare is 40 minutes by train or venture further to Weymouth (90 minutes). Visit Bristol with its great docks and famous suspension bridge, just 15 minutes by train. Local coaches offer sight seeing to Stonehenge, Avebury, Lacock and Castle Combe. There is plenty to see and do.
Local events 2014:
Literature Festival - 28 Feb - 9 March
Half Marathon - 2 March
Comedy Festival - 28 March - 6 April
Fringe Festival 23 May - 1 June
International Music Festival 19-26 May
Bath In Fashion 3-10 May
Roman Baths by Torchlight 1-31 Jul
Jane Austin Festival 12-20 September
Great Bath Feast (for foodies) 1 -31 October
Mozartfest Nov (Dates to be confiremed
Film Festival Nov (dates to be confirmed)
Christmas market (voted 4th best in Europe) 27Nov- 14 Dec
The West Country region
Situated at the edge of the Cotswolds Bath provides an ideal place to explore the West Country. A perfect destination for all weather. Relax in the Thermae Baths - where you can look out over Bath's skyline from the warm baths, enjoy the steam rooms or take a massage. Enjoy the history and magic of the Roman Bath or simply enjoy the fantastic range of shops and restaurants.
If you've never been to the West Country, you're in for a treat. With its beautiful countryside, charming villages, rich history and its unique culture (from Jane Austen to Glastonbury!), there truly is something for everyone. Bath makes an excellent base for exploring not only the beautiful city of Bath, but the wider delights of the West Country and, if you are a keen walker, it is located directly on the Cotswold Way with its wonderful countryside, picturesque villages and rich history. Nestled centrally within this region, Bath makes the perfect base from which to explore this area. The historical sites of Stonehenge, Avebury Stone Circle, and Wells Cathedral are all within easy reach, as are the National Arboretum at Westonbirt, Cheddar Gorge and the Olde Worlde Cotswold Villages of Lacock and Castle Combe and Longleat Park for a real taste of the English Countryside .
Bath is a beautiful city of golden stone, full of history, interesting places to visit and plenty of wonderful shops and restaurants. Within 5 minutes walking distance are the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, Royal Crescent and The Circus. Widcombe is a small community 5 minutes from the centre with a great little range of shops, pharmacy, coffee shops, gastropubs and convenience store.
Fantastic shops and restaurants to suit every taste are on your doorstep.
There is so much to do in Bath. You can visit the world-famous Roman Baths and sample the medicinal spa water. Cream teas are served in the elegant Pump Rooms or nearby Sally Lunn's. This can then be walked off on a tour through Bath Abbey, where a climb up its wondrous tower will reward you with fantastic panoramic views of the city, including the award-winning Bath Thermae Spa. But before taking a plunge into its famous open-roof hot-bath or fragrant steam-rooms, why not take the opportunity to visit one of the many museums on offer including the Jane Austen Centre, Holburne and Herschel Museums.
Bath is well known for its calendar of festivals including the Literature Festival, Music Festival, Taste of Bath, Jane Austen Festival, Mozartfest, the Cider Festival and the Christmas market. The Theatre Royal is host to many plays prior to their run in London’s West End.
If shopping is your pleasure, the newly opened Southgate Centre is on your doorstep and complements the more unique boutiques and independent stores to be found in the arcades and lanes.
Foodies will be spoiled for choice with the many eateries on offer covering every nation and pocket, from Hong Kong bistro to the ever popular Jamie Olivers' Raymond Blanc, Loch Fyne and Carluccios. On the same road is the award winning gastro pub - The White Hart.
The beautiful Cotswold Way, recently designated a National Trail in recognition of its unique qualities, provides an alternative to the bustle of the city centre, with many beautiful old churches and friendly pubs along the way. A energetic walk up Prior Park Road, or hop on the bus, to Prior Park Gardens.
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9 Oct 2013
"Great location, clean, tidy and well equipped."
This apartment is a great little find, location to city centre is perfect and it was clean, tidy and well equipped. It was a shame we couldn't have access until 6pm as we arrived in Bath really e… More
3 Oct 2013
"Nice but noisy"
Apartment was in a great location. Beds were comfortable, linen nice,wi fi ok. Kitchen could have been a little cleaner ,not bad, but lipstick on coffee cup,and had a funny smell. No issues checking i… More
Thank you for your feedback. The traffic in Bath is heavy at certain times of the day and is one of the downsides of being close to the centre. We are installing shutters early December which should help reduce the impact of noise for future guests.
11 Aug 2013
"Close to Attractions but on a noisy road!"
LIKE: Plenty of space in the apartment, good location to central Bath attractions. Good WiFi. DISLIKE: Despite having a valid parking permit from the owner we received a parking ticket for havi… More
We were so sorry you had a bad experience with the parking and a neighbouring alarm which has not happened before and has clearly put a downer on your experience here. Thank you for the feedback on the kitchen tap which has now been repaired.
15 Aug 2012
"Great Little Find"
Great apartment everything you need for a short break. Close to the centre and all local tourist attractions and also on a road with local shops for all your essentials and a great pub! Owner very accommodating with checkout. Convenient to have a parking space.
7 Jun 2012
"Great flat and location - couldn't be better!"
This was our first trip to England so we wanted to start out in a place we could call home base, relax and plan the rest of our three week trip. This self-catering flat seemed a good choice and it wa… More
30 May 2012
"Spacious, very convenient base to explore Bath"
We arrived after dusk, but the owner was there to greet us. Short and easy walk from the train station, easy to get to and from Bath city on foot.Spacious living and bedroom, great for a small family.… More
2 May 2012
"Location in Bath was easy walk to train and all the sites! Great owner! Value!"
Perfect for our family. Kid is older. Fun coffee shop across the street and small convienence store! Needed the extra bedroom plus we had a family room to use. Hard to find this size at this price in Bath!! We walked to stores for food, kitchen was perfect & ate breakfast and dinners here (dining out is expensive) but do hit the bakeries for lunch (breads are fabulous!!) and saw everything on foot. The price was excellent value, e-mail communication was excellent and the owners met us and got us set up right away and made sure everying was up and running. When we got off the train from London, we walked over the bridge and about a block away was home. At the train station we booked a MadMax Tour to Stonehenge in a Minivan (go FIRST thing in AM and its not so busy), Good tour on small scale but book right away! Also take the free walking tour of the city from in front of the ROMAN SPA..its excellent and worth it! I loved the architecture and building history here. Its a good place to stage from for other tours to more Castles...oh so much fun - I enjoyed my time in Bath, UK tremendously.
29 Dec 2011
"Comfortable, good location"
Very pleasant and well located apartment. Very easy walk in to city centre. We stayed on business for nearly 3 weeks and it suited our needs very well. I would recommend it to anyone visiting Bath on business or pleasure. Very helpful owners. Lots of good shops very nearby - in parade below the apartment!
There is road noise as front bedroom is on main road and better blinds or curtains would shut out street lights but it didn't cause us major problems with sleeping as noise dies down in the evening. Probably best for couples or small families for short stays as there are stairs and parking is out the back up more stairs - which is quite fun in a quirky way but can be tiring if you have lots of bags! Parking permits are available for spaces at the back of the property which is a major bonus in Bath.
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