Bath & nearby, Bath & surrounding Area
Set within a peaceful terrace of Grade II listed Almshouses above the city, this elegant, boutique property is an exceptional self catering holiday home. Located approx 15 mins walk from the city centre it is hard to imagine a better spot to retreat to for a city break. The owners' style and flair has created a chic, boutique cottage, with colours and furnishings mixed to create a relaxing, cool bolt hole that oozes charm - all within an historic building that dates back hundreds of years. Inside, the rooms are all a good size, with the main living accommodation downstairs; the Harvey Jones kitchen is super-smart, kitted out with the latest gizmos and gadgets including a coffee machine, while upstairs are two bedrooms(*), with the master bedroom notably stylish with king size bed, big, comfy mattress and a traditional view towards the church. With such a cracking home to return to, your trips down the hill into Bath will be even more enjoyable - so with galleries, top notch restaurants and shops to enjoy this is a real treat in every respect. A must stay holiday cottage!
Entrance through to hallway.
Living Room with large sofa, armchair, feature fireplace (not working please note) plus large TV with You View box and DVD player, occasional desk and all view a great view across the gardens and church behind.
Kitchen / Diner, beautiful, hand made units with full range of electrical gadets - four ring electric hob, oven and grill, dishwasher, coffee machine, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, plus a washing machine (in the utility room next door). There is a circular dining table with four chairs.
Bathroom, brand new, fresh and bright! Bath with shower over, WC and washbasin
Cloakroom with WC and washbasin
Master Bedroom with king size double bed (5ft), chest of drawers with additional TV on top, hanging rack plus a large occasional chair and dressing table too!
Bedroom Two * with two single beds, one of which is a 'truckle' and therefore can be pulled out and made up. There is a wardrobe. Please note that the advertised price does not include these extra beds, these will need to be added to the booking. The price is £50 per bed (per person) for a weekend or per week.
There is sweet cottage garden to the front of the house with a small bench. To the rear is an enclosed, south facing courtyard with table and chairs, plus further bench. To reach the city centre, you can walk down the hill or catch a bus, which are frequent and within a short walk of your front door.
Sorry No Pets. Wifi available and included. Children Welcome, cot & high chair supplied. On street parking (plenty and free) next to the building.
The owners require a Security Deposit of £100 in advance of your arrival.
Bath, World Heritage Site, is one of the UK's most popular and desirable locations with visitors travelling from around the world to see it's huge range of attractions, things to do and places to eat - it is quite simply one of England's finest cities. With so much on offer, places to visit or simply shops to browse, there is sure to be something to keep you busy and make your stay a thoroughly memorable one.
The Bath Alms House is located about 15 minutes walk from Bath city centre, down the hill or alternatively you could catch a bus from the end of the road which you could take in the centre, Everything is nearby!
There are so many things to choose from - here are some ideas for you to ponder. How about visiting the Thermae Bath Spa or the Roman Baths? The exhibitions in the Victoria Art Gallery are always worth a visit if time permits and there are countless festivals through the course of the year. A visit to the oldest house in Bath and home to the Sally Lunn Bun is a real treat.
Naturally, there is a wide range of restuarants including many award winners, countless cafes serving traditional Afternoon teas! The Jane Austen Centre including an exhibition and Regency tearoom is certainly worth a visit. If you enjoy seafood Loch Fynes Restaurant is not to be missed!
If retail therapy is needed the new SouthGate shopping centre filled with stylish shops anad places to eat.
For those who wish to travel slightly further afield options include the Cotswolds, Stonehenge and Glastonbury Abbey. Lacock Abbey a National Trust delight and a popular film location for Harry Potter.