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The Dye House, Bath – Home 289080 Cottage
- 1 bedroom
- 2 sleeps
- 2 nights min stay
The Dye House, Bath – Home 289080
- 1 bedroom
- 2 sleeps
- 2 nights min stay
Cottage / 1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2
- Swimming pool
- Child friendly
- Car not necessary
- No pets allowed
Description from owner
Situated in a small village in an area of outstanding natural beauty just 3 miles from the centre of UNESCO World Heritage city Bath, the beautiful Dye House is a charming and extremely comfortable self-contained cottage. Situated at the bottom of our large garden, the design marries a renovated 18th century wool dye-ing stone outbuilding with a contemporary, lightweight timber framed, cedar-clad extension. The cottage has been lovingly converted to retain its period and character features and combine them with contemporary furnishings and facilities. Inside, a large, light-filled studio room, featuring original oak beams and dye channel brick work, combines sleeping and living, alongside a fully fitted en-suite kitchen and separate hotel-style shower wet room complete with rain shower head. The kingsize bed boasts a deluxe, handmade sprung mattress with duck feather duvet and pillows for extra cosiness and pure cotton bedlinen and towels. A leather sofa and large armchair with cushions
Situated in a small village in an area of outstanding natural beauty just 3 miles from the centre of UNESCO World Heritage city Bath, the beautiful Dye House is a charming and extremely comfortable self-contained cottage. Situated at the bottom of our large garden, the design marries a renovated 18th century wool dye-ing stone outbuilding with a contemporary, lightweight timber framed, cedar-clad extension. The cottage has been lovingly converted to retain its period and character features and combine them with contemporary furnishings and facilities. Inside, a large, light-filled studio room, featuring original oak beams and dye channel brick work, combines sleeping and living, alongside a fully fitted en-suite kitchen and separate hotel-style shower wet room complete with rain shower head. The kingsize bed boasts a deluxe, handmade sprung mattress with duck feather duvet and pillows for extra cosiness and pure cotton bedlinen and towels. A leather sofa and large armchair with cushions and blankets offer comfortable seating for up to four people.There is wifi internet, ceiling speakers and ipod dock - and movie lovers can enjoy the home cinema with its extensive, current film library. For the winter months there is a wood burning stove and for the summer months a swimming pool! Surrounded by trees and nature, and an abundance of song birds, when the sun is shining you can throw open the double doors onto a wooden deck overlooking a gentle brook, the garden and vegetable beds. Our garden has some lovely spots to sit, relax and lounge, while the swimming pool, soft tennis/ badminton and table tennis (all shared use with owners) provide additional entertainment in summer. To welcome you we provide some breakfast goodies for your stay including eggs from our free range hens, homemade bread, butter, jam and teas and coffee. We will be delighted to help you with anything you need to know about the local area including recommendations for the best places to shop, eat, enjoy the vibrant local arts and cultural scene, exercise and walk. The centre of Bath is only 10 minutes by car or taxi, and a bit longer by the regular, local buses. In the spring and summer months, a short walk to nearby Bathampton and you can take the river boat. You can also cycle or walk straight into Bath along the canal-side. The cottage has a box full of tourism leaflets including maps of the city centre and top things to do in Bath, plus some books on the city and walks.There is an abundance of breathtakingly beautiful countryside, canal and riverside walks from our door. We are on the edge of the Cotswolds, the Cotswolds Way and LImestone Link run close by and we are near to various National Trust houses and picturesque villages including Dyrham Park, Lacock, Castle Combe and Bradford on Avon. Because of the excellent transport connections you do not need a car to stay here, though if you come by car you can park in our private drive and then choose how to get around once you're here. Bath Spa train station provides twice hourly trains to London in 90 minutes and regular trains to the dynamic city of Bristol in 10 minutes. We are a 45 minute drive from Bristol airport.The cottage is an ideal get-away for a couple, two friends or a single person. It is perfect if you want to stay within very close range of Bath and enjoy all the city has to offer from a peaceful base in some of the most beautiful countryside in the area. We will also consider babies under a year and up to 2 additional young people or adults over the age of ten (for an additional fee) - please ask when making your booking. PLEASE NOTE! The Dye House is at the bottom of our garden - accessed down a sloping garden and then a boardwalk. It is therefore not recommended for anyone with walking issues or who isn't steady and strong on their legs and feet. No animals are allowed in the Dye House but we have one small, well-behaved family dog who may say hello during the course of your stay and a small brood of (penned) hens. The Dye House is STRICTLY NON- SMOKING. There is no additional cleaning charge provided the cottage is left clean and tidy, as you find it on arrival; we reserve the right to charge a cleaning fee from the damage deposit if this is not respected.
Location description from owner
The England region
The Dye House's location, very close to Bath on the borders of north Somerset, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire, makes it an ideal base to explore the surrounding West Country. This region of England is known for its lovely countryside and many historic towns, houses and gardens. In addition to Bath, the city of Bristol with its rich heritage and vibrant cultural scene is 12 miles away, easy accessible by car or train. Attractions including Stonehenge, Avebury, Glastonbury and the Mendips, Wells, Longleat House and Safari Park and Stourhead house and gardens are close enough to be visited comfortably in a day. We are very near to the beautiful countryside and villages of the Cotswolds and also some outstanding National Trust properties. Local highlights include Bradford on Avon, Lacock, Castle Combe, Dyrham Park, Prior Park and Westonbirt Arboretum. The closest beaches and seaside experience are an hour away: Weston Super Mare, Brean and Cleveland Sands though we prefer to head south to the wonderful Studland Bay in Dorset, 2 hours away - making for a longer day trip. The West Country is a foodie's dream, particularly renowned for its local produce including cider, cream teas, cheese and organic meat - and we can direct you to some excellent local pubs, restaurants, cafes and farm shops.
Bath is a world-renowned beautiful city and there is so much to enjoy. With is history of its Roman remains and stunning Georgian architecture and city planning including the world-renowned Royal Crescent and Circus, the original Roman Baths next to the beautiful Bath Abbey, to the uber-modern Thermae Bath Spa. Britain's only natural thermal spa, it offers an affordable, world-class spa experience including a breathtaking rooftop pool that overlooks the city. Bath boasts fantastic shopping, individual boutiques, gorgeous cafes and a huge choice of award-winning restaurants and pubs. Many visitors from abroad enjoy visiting the Jane Austen Centre for a literary step back in time and a photograph with the quirky, costumed doorman. The newly extended Holburne Museum is located in Sydney Gardens alongside the picturesque Kennett and Avon canal which offers a flat route through some stunning woods and valleys into the city. Regular cultural festivals including the Bath Film Festival, The Bath International Music Festival, Comedy Festival and both children's and adult Literature Festivals. The Bath Theatre Royal and Egg Children's Theatre showcase some of the UK's best theatre, while Komedia is where to head for first rate comedy, music and cabaret. Bath is a very easy city to walk around but if you fancy doing it on 2 wheels the city, like London, now has a public bicycle hire system. The village of Batheaston has a newsagents, post office, convenience store, chemist, a couple of pubs, a fish and chip shop and an excellent organic cafe. Recommended local pubs include the Bathampton Mill, the Crown at Bathford the Kings Arms at Monkton Farleigh and the King William on London Road. A short walk to the foot of Solsbury Hill (immortalised by Peter Gabriel in his eponymous ballad) will take you past a lovely market garden shop, Chris Rich, which sells home-grown fruit, vegetables, local honey and preserves.
- Great for children of all ages
- No pets allowed
- High chair available
Bed & bathroom
- Bedroom 1: Super King Bed 2 Single Beds
- 1 Shower room
- Wi-Fi available
- Shared outdoor pool (heated)
- Shared garden
- Balcony or terrace
- Internet access
- Central heating
- Table tennis
- High chair available
- DVD player
- Hair dryer
- Linen provided
- Towels provided
- Not suitable for wheelchair users
- Check in time:16:00, Check out time:11:00
- If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
- This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
- No smoking at this property
- Cancellation policy
About the owner
- Response rate:
- Calendar updated:
- 15 Sep 2016
Languages spoken: English, French
This Cottage has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and sleeps 2. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 19 Mar 2013. Located in Bath, it has 12 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate is £505.
The Owner has a response rate of 75% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 15 Sep 2016.
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– based on 12 reviews
- Very Good
“The Bath Dye House to die for...”
This was my first time to visit Bath. I didn't want to stay in the middle of town. I wanted all the buzz but much needed peace and quiet too. I thought I'd find it too difficult to have my cake and eat it but then came across this truly delightful place that allowed me the luxury of both worlds. It was less than 5 mins walk to the bus stop to then travel to the centre of Bath in much less than 10 mins. In fact I walked back at the end of each day much to my surprise. It was that simple. Excuse the pun, but the Dye House itself was to die for :) A little haven. Beautifully quiet and nestled down at the bottom of Lucinda and Jamie's enchanting garden. They're both great hosts, attending to your every need but just letting you get on with it. You never feel you're intruding or being watched in anyway at all. I was there alone and felt utterly safe. Brilliant lay out, comfy bed and a fantastic log burner and cinema set up that allows you to watch movies until your heart's content. Snug as a bug. What more can I say, I had asked about future availability before I'd even handed back the keys. Enough said. Thanks guys, it was glorious. See you and Bath again very soon!
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