Brooks' View, Bath for romance
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Cottage / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 3
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Cottage / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 3
Brooks' View, just 15 minutes from Bath city centre, provides the ideal base for self catering luxury at 4 star level. The essence of romance with a delightful summerhouse at the bottom of the private garden overlooking the brooks and hills, Brooks View is ideal for weekends and the longer stay.
The cottage with its roll top bath has a romantic feel and a unique combination of city culture and rural cool. Our guests adore the wildlife, the birds, the wild flowers and the wonderful walks around. They also enjoy the luxury king sized bed in the dreamy master bedroom and the cosy sitting room with the traditional cosy wood burning stove.
At the top of the garden there is a patio with table and chairs and at the bottom of the garden there is a summer house to enjoy the evenings beside the brook and watch the varied wildlife. Fly fishing on the brooks can be arranged.
There is a flat screen television, DVD player, iPod docking station and dining area for four, whilst the fully equipped kitchen has the added convenience of both a washing machine and a dishwasher. The cottage also has free wifi and parking.
Brooks' View holds awards for cyclists and walkers, with cycle storage. Sustrans Route 24 with the famous Two Tunnels into Bath is on the door step. There are many other delightful countryside walks and cycle routes on the door step.
Two excellent independent pubs are within 15 minutes' walk, both of which serve delicious home cooked food at lunchtime and in the evening.
Ideal for weekends away, honey moons, mini moons or holidays in the glorious Midford Valley in Somerset just outside Bath.
Sleeps up to 3 using the sofa bed.
The location is ideal for short or long breaks whether you want to go sight seeing , explore the countryside or simply relax and unwind in the glorious rural seclusion.
Golf 2.5 km away
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Torquay 40 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Bristol Airport 20 km, Nearest railway: Bath Spa 3.5 km|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Private fishing lake or river|
The Somerset region
The West Country
The South West of England is renowned as ing one of the prettiest counties, with rolling hills and gentle countryside. Bath is the perfect base for visits to the many National Trust properties such as Prior Park, Westonbirt, Laycock, and Bowood. The historical sites of Stonehenge, Salisbury Cathedral with the Domesday Book, the towering exuberance of Cheddar Gorge, the Saxon town of Bradford on Avon are all within very easy reach.
The whole of the South West , Devon, Cornwall and South Wales are all easily accessible.
Bath is a Unesco World Heritage City and famous throughout the world both for its Roman origins and the many more recent historical and new sites. The original Roman Baths and the modern day equivalent the Thermae spa with its healing waters are within 150 yards of each other, and both must be visited.
The may festivals ensure bath is a vibrant place and attracts many and varied visitors. From the Music Festival in June , the Guitar Festival, the Literary Festival, the Taste festival and the Jane Austen festival there is always activity in the town. For ongoing culture there is always the Holburne, home to many Gainsboroughs , the Victoria Are gallery and the American Museum not to mention the Theatre Royal, with its pre London runs.
Bath Rugby club with the unique venue in the middle of town is an additional sporting attraction.
The city is full of interesting quiet back streets with traditional shops as well as the major chains.
the golden Georgian architecture can be seen throughout, with wonderful examples in the Crescents and the Circus
For the academically inclined there is the world famous Bath University and also Bath Spa.
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28 Dec 2013
We had a 2 night stay here a week before Christmas and it was perfect. Beautiful cottage with wood burner, which made it feel very cosy. Very well equipped, everything you need. The cottage has a l… More
12 Sep 2013
If you want an idyllic cottage in an idyllic setting then this is the place to come. It's very close to Odd Down Park and Ride so very easy to get into Bath. Good pubs with good food in walking … More
26 Aug 2013
"Perfect place to escape"
We had a wonderful 4 night stay, a beautiful romantic cottage tucked away in beautiful surroundings. The garden and summerhouse were delightful and the charming property itself provided everything we … More
12 Aug 2013
"Lovely cottage and location"
I had a wonderful few days at Brooks View and loved sitting in the summer house down by the brook. The cottage was charming and beautifully decorated and furnished throughout. I do think it may be har… More
How very good of you to write so positively in your feedback. I am pleased you enjoyed the summerhouse. It is a new feature this year and we thought it would have great appeal to be able tit beside the brook and watch the wildlife. Also a super spot for dining.
I hope you managed time to take an evening stroll round the reservoir and enjoy the rare bats and evening wildlife to be found there. If you come in the spring there are beautiful wildflowers too.
Thank you for taking the time to comment...greatly appreciated. Do come again. Best wishes Ann
22 Jul 2013
"A wonderful and relaxing stay"
We stayed at the cottage for two nights and had a lovely time, helped by the wonderful weather. The cottage is in a very peaceful location but easy enough to get into Bath. We loved the gardens and we… More
9 Jun 2013
"Charming and very relaxing"
Recently stayed at Brooks' View for a few days and found the cottage very quaint and well appointed. It was a welcome break from a hectic holiday and we were pleased to have some time to ourselv… More
3 Jun 2013
During our stay at brooks view was very good. Right from the moment we walked through the door. The welcome was very though out and the little. touches was appreciated. We would recommend this cottage… More
10 May 2013
"Brooks' View recommendation"
A second visit to Brooks' view didn't disappoint, not least due to the amazing weather. The cottage was as clean and cosy as always and the recent addition of the summerhouse at the bottom … More
9 May 2013
A superb little cottage, beautifully furnished & equipped, & in a very tranquil setting - yet only 10 minutes away from Bath city centre. Spent two nights here for an anniversary celebration get-away … More
8 May 2013
"A little piece of heaven"
A beautiful little cottage in a peaceful rural setting, but within easy reach(approx 5-10 mins drive) of the stunning city of Bath.If you love peace,wildlife and romance then Brooks view is a must.The… More
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