Batheaston, Bath, United Kingdom Accommodations

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Accommodations in Batheaston

Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceTucked away at the bottom of our large garden, the cottage is an 18th century former wool dye-ing stone house which has been lovingly renovated with a contemporary, timber framed extension. It combines period and character features with contemporary fittings and furnishings. Inside, a large, light studio room, featuring original oak beams and dye channel brick work, combines sleeping and living. The very comfortable kingsize bed boasts a deluxe, handmade sprung mattress with duck feather duvet and pillows for extra cosiness and pressed cotton bedlinen and towels. We have furnished the Dye House with an eye for both comfort and design - the leather armchair and sofa are decked with cushions and blankets, oak and rattan wishbone Hans Wegner chairs seat you at the table, rugs underfoot add texture and colour. There is an en-suite kitchen and a separate wet room with a walk-in shower with rain shower head. There is WI-FI and, while there is no tv, you can enjoy the home cinema and its extensive film library. A wood burning stove, along with underfloor heating, will keep you warm in the winter months. Surrounded by trees and nature, with singing birds aplenty, when the sun is shining you can throw open the double doors onto an open wooden deck overlooking the garden and vegetable beds. Our garden has some lovely spots to sit and relax and the swimming pool, trampoline and soft tennis/ badminton (all shared use with owners) provide additional fun for the summer months. To welcome you we provide some breakfast goodies, including eggs (from our hens when laying!), a homemade loaf, butter, jam and tea and coffee supplies. We highly recommend our local, family-run, cafe, Gather, 10 minutes walk away on the high street who do wonderful coffee, pastries, breakfasts and lunch. They also supply award-winning Bertinet bread daily. And on Friday nights they are open to 10pm, serving delicious organic food and drinks (they are licensed). We will be happy to help you with anything you need to know about the local area including personal recommendations for the best places to shop, eat, enjoy the vibrant Bath arts scene and walk. The centre of Bath is only 15 minutes by car or taxi, and only a bit longer for the very regular, local buses - or alternatively walk to nearby Bathampton and, in the spring and summer months, you can take the river boat direct to Pulteney Weir in the centre. You can also walk or cycle straight into Bath along the canal from Bathampton. You can enjoy beautiful countryside, canal and riverside walks from our door. As well as our stunning and peaceful Catherine Valley, we are on the edge of the Cotswolds - the Cotswolds Way runs close by and we are near many wonderful National Trust houses and picturesque villages including Dyrham Park, Lacock, Castle Combe, Great Chalfield and Bradford on Avon. Other west country attractions including Stonehenge, Glastonbury, Wells, Avebury, Longleat House and Safari Park, Westonbirt Arboretum and the newly opened Hauser and Wirth gallery at Bruton all make good day trips. In Bath itself, there is so much to recommend - from the unique beauty of its Georgian architecture and city planning including the world-renowned Royal Crescent and Circus, the original Roman Baths and the uber-modern Thermae Bath Spa, Britain's only natural thermal spa. The city boasts fantastic shopping, gorgeous cafes and a huge choice of award-winning restaurants and pubs. The newly extended Holburne Museum is located in Sydney Gardens alongside the picturesque Kennett and Avon canal. 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 an 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 and you can also rent bikes locally. The village of Batheaston has a newsagents, post office, convenience store, chemist, a couple of pubs, a good fish and chip shop and the lovely Gather cafe. Other close pubs are the Bathampton Mill (you can walk there across the fields), the Crown at Bathford, the Muddy Duck at Monkton Farleigh and the King William on the London Road, Bath. One of the many lovely walks from the cottage is to climb up Solsbury Hill and soak up the 360 degree views, including a great aerial view of Bath. A short walk to the foot of the iron age fort (immortalised by Peter Gabriel in his eponymous ballad) will take you past our local market garden shop, Chris Rich's, which sells home-grown fruit, vegetables, local honey and preserves. Larkhall with its independent shops including a delicatessen, butcher and greengrocer is a 5 minute drive away. 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 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 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 up to six months (free of charge) and up to 2 additional young people or adults over the age of eleven (for an extra charge) - please ask when you enquire. 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. The Dye House is STRICTLY NON-SMOKING. The Dye House is situated at the bottom of our garden so the cottage is very private and separate. We have 2 children (13 and 14) - who are at school in the week during term-time - a small, friendly dog called Myrtle and some (penned) hens. Interaction with GuestsWe are usually on hand during your stay to give you advice and pointers, should you need any. Other Things to NoteFor a special treat we can arrange a treatment with a local massage and reiki practitioner in her wood-fired yurt home in a magical woodland setting only ten minutes drive up the valley. We can also point you in the right direction for sessions at the beautiful Thermae Bath Spa and local bike hire. Please note that for bank holiday weekends and during the month of August we request a minimum 3 night booking, for all other bookings the minimum is 2 nights.
Hotel
Poor
1194 reviews
35br 3-star Hotel
  • Parking
  • Wifi
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from Alice Park and within 3 mi (5 km) of Bath Abbey and Roman Baths. The Holburne Museum and Museum of Bath at Work are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Hotel
Poor
860 reviews
94br 4-star Hotel
  • Parking
  • Wifi
Situated in Bath, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Alice Park, The Holburne Museum, and Museum of Bath at Work. Bath Abbey and Roman Baths are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
amily: Arial, Verdana, Geneva, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; text-align: justify;" />On the first floor, a wall of lovely painted ladies leads to the spacious master bedroom. In this impressive room, a lavish 5` antique bed faces 3 dramatic windows with wonderful views of trees, courtyards, winding ribbons of Bath stone terraces and rolling green hills. A wall of fitted storage provides lots of hanging and drawer space. There`s also another double room with a scenic papered feature wall of an exotic city-scape surrounding an original stone decorative fireplace. There is a vintage double bed (4`6``), a chest of drawers, a small built-in wardrobe and pretty views of gardens, Victorian terraces and the green hills of Upper Swainswick. At the top of the house, light pours in from 4 skylights and the views are wonderful. An inviting bookcase on the landing has a broad range of reading material and there are a further 2 bedrooms. On this level is a fully tiled shower room with a walk-in shower, WC and hand basin with storage under. First is an elegant double room with high ceilings reaching up to the eaves, an original decorative fireplace and a pearly papered feature wall. This room has a comfortable 4`6` double bed, a chest of drawers, a small built-in wardrobe and pretty views. Finally there is a spacious twin bedroom under the eaves with 2 windows and extensive south westerly views. The two single beds zip and link to become a 5`bed. On the wall surrounding the remains of an old decorative fireplace is pale toile wallpaper with striking imagery. An integral cupboard provides hanging space and there is a chest of drawers. Locals rarely go into Town since Larkhall village centre is a 5 minute walk and has outstanding local amenities including an excellent deli, organic butchers, greengrocers, Co-op supermarket, newsagent, post office, coffee shop, wine tasting and store, Chinese and Indian take-aways, as well as a burger bar. The Larkhall Inn is a local pub with beer garden and there`s even a little theatre - The Rondo. The city centre is easy to access with a bus stop 50 yards up the hill from the house. Number 6 and 7 are frequent services and will take you to the city center and bus station in 10 minutes. Alternatively, it`s a wonderful 20 minute walk winding through the houses with handsome crescents and great views. En route is The King William Pub with excellent British food. There are country walks into Charlcombe Vale from the doorstep and The Richmond Arms, a gastro Pub is a good destination. Alice Park (10 mins. walk) is popular with families, and has a large adventure play area for children, a good cafe and tennis courts. Bath has outstanding Architecture, many famous historic sites, fascinating museums and galleries and great shopping. It`s a small city and easy to access on foot. Its host to many literary, music and food festivals, there are lovely parks for picnics, hot air balloon rides, mini-golf, The Egg children`s theatre and interesting workshops for children. The Thermae Spa is a grown-up treat or the Theatre Royal or Komedia Comedy Club for an evening out. Short break stays are 2 nights and include a complimentary 3rd night. Please note, during the high season, short breaks are available at short notice.

Facilities

  • TV & DVD
  • WiFi
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Telephone
  • Garden Furnitur
  • Stereo
  • BBQ

Services Included:

  • Welcome pack
  • Linens and towels
  • Weekly clean (min 12 night stay)
  • Weekly linen change (min 12 night stay)
  • Free internet access
  • All utilies (except telephone charges)

Chargeable Services Available

  • Additional Maid Service during your stay
  • Additional Linen change during your stay
  • Nanny/Babysitting Service
  • In-house Beauty treatments
  • Catering
  • Tour/Show Booking
  • Concierge Service
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Saltings is a four star rated Grade II listed one bedroom cottage with an interesting history dating back to the 16th century. Up to around 100 years ago it was used as a place to salt the meat for what was then a butcher's shop on the high street, part of the same building. The conversion to a high quality holiday let was completed in 2011 by us. As well as retaining as many of the original period features of the property as possible, we have enhanced the building’s character through careful use of stone and wood to create a unique and very comfortable, character property, ideal for couples looking for a romantic or relaxing break or a single person seeking a peaceful haven. The Saltings has every modern feature you would expect, such as under floor heating, state of the art appliances, leather sofa, travertine bathroom and super comfortable bed. The secure car parking space in front of the cottage is another of its features which makes 'The Saltings' high on convenience. The bus stop into Bath is at the front of the building on the High Street. Batheaston is ideally situated to explore the wonderful sights of Bath and the surrounding countryside, with such exquisite villages as Castle Combe and Lacock just minutes away. The World Heritage City of Bath is conveniently accessed by bus which stops out on the high street at the front of the property. Or you can take a leisurely cruise on the nearby river Avon or stroll along the canal. One the area's best riverside pubs is just 10 minutes walk from the Saltings. In the same courtyard, we also have 2 x two bedroom cottages, the Old Workshop and the Coach House, plus a superb detached Georgian style property (Mulsanne House) which will sleep up to eight. So in total, we can accommodate parties of 18. Guest AccessThe whole property and one car parking space immediately outside Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as they want. Generally, we leave you alone. The NeighborhoodClose to Bath, yet in a countryside village. Quiet and peaceful Getting AroundBus stop to Bath outside on the High Street. Takes 10 minutes. River boat from March to October - beautiful and a must! Walk into the City in 35 minutes or an hour along the canal Other Things to NotePlease note - the way Airbnb calculates any stay over 4 days may result in a price which is more than the weekly stay. This is silly and we are happy to give the weekly price for any stay which is for more than 4 days. We provide a comprehensive, up to date guide to the property and the area, with everything you will need to know to maximise your stay. Invaluable!
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The Space"The best beds we've ever slept on" "Wonderful place to stay; clean, fresh & very modern! Great base for all the fab places to visit. We had a great time" "We were very impressed with the property, modern and comfortable. Best bed we've slept on in a self catering accommodation. The view is fantastic." "By far the loveliest place we've ever been to. The cottage is just gorgeous, with no expense spared on the beautiful furnishings." These are examples of just a few of the glowing testimonials we receive every week for our cottage in our courtyard in Batheaston. The Coach House, like all our properties, is finished to exacting standards and achieves a 4 star 'Gold' award from 'Visit England' on every annual inspection. Like all the properties in the courtyard, it has an interesting history dating back hundreds of years. It was part of the adjacent stables, where animals were kept prior to ending up on the butcher's slab on the nearby High Street. The conversion to a high quality holiday let has created a very comfortable, character property, ideal for couples looking for a romantic or relaxing break, a single person looking to get away from it all or a larger group who might like to let it in conjunction with the Old Workshop, the Saltings or Mulsanne House. Although it's a two bed cottage it can be let by a single person, couple, two couples or four singles in any combination of single or super king size beds! Once we know what you want, we will make up the beds and the rooms accordingly. If you are a couple or a single and only require one bedroom, the other bedroom and bathroom will be closed off leaving you the ensuite bathroom off the bedroom. If you require both bedrooms and bathrooms, there is an extra charge of £40, which you may pay on arrival. The price for 3 or more reflects use of both bedrooms and bathrooms. Secure car parking space in front of the cottage is hard to find in Bath and makes coming and going as easy as it can be. You don't even have to take your luggage upstairs, because the bedrooms are on the ground floor. The open plan living, dining and kitchen area is upstairs, where the views to the beautiful Bathampton Meadows are stunning. We know you will appreciate the painted oak kitchen and the use of oak throughout the cottage to create a luxury feel. The property benefits from such 21st century technology as a managed heat recovery and ventilation system which keeps the air constantly fresh, cosy under floor heating and a very high level of insulation to keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. All the kitchen facilities are of high quality and feature Bosch ceramic hob and oven, dishwasher, washing machine/dryer fridge and freezer. The bedroom at the rear, looking out to the countryside, has an ensuite shower room and there is another 'communal' shower room for guests staying in the bedroom at the front, overlooking the courtyard. Both feature luxurious underfloor heating, quality tiles and a powerful shower with unlimited amounts of hot water and like all the linen, the towels are Egyptian or Turkish cotton. There is very easy access to Bath. Ten minutes in the car or by bus (which stops outside the property) or 35 minutes walk. Or you can take one of the boats from the Bathampton Mill or a leisurely stroll or cycle ride along the beautiful canal all the way into the city. You will not find a better quality holiday home for the price. Guest AccessThe whole property and 2 car parking spaces Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you need. Generally we leave you alone. The NeighborhoodClose to Bath, yet in the countryside, with stunning views Getting AroundBus stop to Bath is outside on the High Street. Walking takes about 35 minutes (or an hour along the canal) Boat runs from March to October from the nearby river Avon Other Things to NoteThe arrangements regarding the bedrooms, if you are a couple. See main description. Please note the way Airbnb calculates any stay over 4 days can result in a price which is more than the weekly stay. This is silly and we are happy to give the weekly price for any stay which is for more than 4 days.
Bed & Breakfast
Excellent
17 reviews
3br Bed & Breakfast
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Bath, this bed & breakfast is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Alice Park and within 3 mi (5 km) of Bath Abbey and Roman Baths. The Holburne Museum and Museum of Bath at Work are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Old Workshop is a luxury two bed cottage in a private courtyard on the edge of Bath.The Old Workshop is finished to a very high four star 'Gold' standard, ideal for a romantic get-away, a relaxing break or a base for all the many sights of the area. The accommodation is flexible, so the property is suitable and cost effective for between one and four people. If you are a couple and require both bedrooms and bathrooms, there is an extra charge of £40, which you may pay on arrival. Otherwise the second bedroom and bathroom will be locked. The price for 3 or more reflects use of both bedrooms and bathrooms. We can make up the beds as singles or super king size doubles and many of our guests have said they are the most comfortable they have ever slept on. For tall people one of the beds is extra long. The Old Workshop has stunning views at the rear of the river Avon and beyond, underfloor heating, luxury oak painted kitchen, an ensuite shower room and main shower room. You can walk to the river Avon and a super riverside pub from where you can take a beautiful boat trip into the City of Bath. The surrounding countryside is easily accessed, by car, public transport, bike or on foot. This is one of four holiday let properties in our courtyard in Batheaston, just on the edge and ten minutes drive from the City of Bath. We also have the luxurious four bed 'Mulsanne House' the Saltings one bed cottage for couples and the 'Coach House' , a two bed property, next door to and very similar to the Old Workshop. Please enquire for more details. Guest AccessThe whole property and two car parking spaces Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you require. Generally we leave you alone. The NeighborhoodBeautiful countryside views to the rear, yet very easy access to Bath, by foot, car, bus or boat. Getting AroundExcellent transport options, including a bus stop outside the courtyard, on the high street. You can catch a boat into the City from the nearby river Avon! Other Things to NoteThe bedroom arrangements if you are a couple. Please note - the way Airbnb calculates any stay over 4 days may result in a price which is more than the weekly stay. This is silly and we are happy to give the weekly price for any stay which is for more than 4 days.
Bedroom
Excellent
89 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceOur double bedroom is very comfortable for two, and we have a small single bed for a child (note it is small) which can be put in the room if there are 3 of you. Shared bathroom, Own bedroom with wash basin. Free wifi. We live in a lovely city, and our home has a view over the Bathampton Valley. On sunny days you can enjoy your continental breakfast on our deck. Buses are frequent into Bath, and the bus stop is only yards from our front door. We offer a continental breakfast: cereal, toast, croissants, fruit, yogurt. Also cold meat and cheese if you would like a savoury option. Guest AccessShared bathroom, own bedroom. The NeighborhoodWe live in a lovely city, and our home has a view over the Bathampton Valley. On sunny days you can enjoy your continental breakfast on our deck. Getting AroundBuses are frequent into Bath, and the bus stop (ask for Bailbrook House) is only yards from our front door. (No 13, and 231) - (URL HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteCheck in: by arrangement. Check out: 11am.
Home/Apartment
Home/Apartment
  • Parking
The SpaceSituated in an area of Natural Outstanding Beauty, yet just 5 miles from the City of Bath. The loft overlooks a beautiful vegetable garden, from which guests are invited to help themselves to the produce during their stay. There are many well signed footpaths and bridle paths to explore the area. We are well positioned for local restaurants, and pubs, but a car is necessary. There is one double bed, a self contained kitchen and bathroom. Guest AccessDuring the summer guests can have access to the swimming pool by arrangement. Interaction with GuestsThe Loft is an entirely self contained private space, but we are on hand for any queries or emergencies. We are happy to welcome you and to say good bye, but the Loft is within the curtilage of a family home and we ask guests to respect our privacy. The NeighborhoodSt Catherines, is a rural idyl and sits in breathtaking countryside- both winter and summer. Just five miles from Bath, it is a perfect escape. We will provide you with details of local restaurants, pubs, cinemas and shopping if you feel like leaving this beautiful peaceful holiday home. Internet is intermittent to non existent - so it is advisable that you do your research before you get here! If internet is required guests are welcome to come down to the house to use ours. We have provided many maps, but unfortunately they keep being removed, so if possible bring your own! Getting AroundThere is no public transport to the property so a car is necessary, however if you wish to come by train there are always plenty of taxis at Bath Spa station. Once here we will provide the telephone numbers of local taxi services. Communications from London airports via train from Paddington Station. Other Things to NoteThe Loft has been featured in many publications including 'Living Life Beautifully' by Cico Books.
Bed & Breakfast
Bed & Breakfast
Dolphin House is a grade 2 listed Georgian property set in the beautiful St Catherine's Valley just two miles from Bath. Parts of the house date from 1700 and the accommodation has been sympathetically restored to a high standard. Rooms overlook the pretty terraced walled garden which features a Roman gazebo and has nooks and crannies to explore.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceSituated in Batheaston with views across Bathampton Meadow & Bath. Stylishly decorated lovely family home, perfect for a family holiday to world heritage city of Bath. New well equipped kitchen Open plan lounge/dinning room Netflix Garden Tree house Very comfortable and tidy home with calming views across Bathampton Meadow and Bath. The semi-detected, south facing house is located in a quiet cul-de-sac. It has two double bedrooms, 1 x king size bed and 1x double bed. The open plan living / dinning room has an open fire and is tastefully decorated with prints and original pieces of art on the walls. Plus TV with Netflix! The new kitchen has a breakfast bar, dish washer, microwave, electric oven, grill and hob, fridge and freezer. There is a washing machine and utility area. The garden has a raised decking area with, a childrens play house and BBQ that catches the evening sun and offers a lovely view to Solsbury Hill (made famous by Peter Gabriel). Netflix We will be available to welcome you to the property, but will not be at home during your stay. Situated close to the Kennet & Avon canal and several lovely, family pubs, including the Bathampton Mill, which is on the river Avon overlooking the stunning Bathampton Mill, Toll bridge and weir. There is a very picturesque 3km walk along the canal into central Bath or a regular bus service into the city center. Local convenience shops and plenty of lovely walks nearby. Bath has so much to offer, here are some good websites. Visit Bath (URL HIDDEN) Bath Thermae Spa (URL HIDDEN) Markets (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) Walking A new bridge for cyclists and walkers has been installed at Batheaston, so to walk it takes 45 minutes to an hour to walk into Bath or 20/30 minutes to cycle. Read more: (URL HIDDEN) Read more at (URL HIDDEN) Bus stop just 5 minute walk away (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) Taxi's (URL HIDDEN) Boat from the Bathampton Mill (URL HIDDEN) Bike hire (URL HIDDEN) Free safe street parking available. Guest AccessNetflix Interaction with GuestsWe will be available to welcome you to the property, but will not be at home during your stay. The NeighborhoodSituated close to the Kennet & Avon canal and several lovely, family pubs, including the Bathampton Mill, which is on the river Avon overlooking the stunning Bathampton Mill, Toll bridge and weir. There is a very picturesque 3km walk along the canal into central Bath or a regular bus service into the city center. Local convenience shops and plenty of lovely walks nearby. Bath has so much to offer, here are some good websites. Visit Bath (URL HIDDEN) Bath Thermae Spa (URL HIDDEN) Markets (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundWalking A new bridge for cyclists and walkers has been installed at Batheaston, so to walk it takes 45 minutes to an hour to walk into Bath or 20/30 minutes to cycle. Read more: (URL HIDDEN) Read more at (URL HIDDEN) Bus stop just 5 minute walk away (URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN) Taxi's (URL HIDDEN) Boat from the Bathampton Mill (URL HIDDEN) Bike hire (URL HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteFree safe street parking available.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceComfortable bed , clothes hanging space and drawers. Freshly laundered bed linen and towels provided. Guest AccessKitchen available throughout your stay , help yourselves to tea and coffee, but being a family home we will sometimes be cooking and feeding ourselves. Although you are more than welcome to join us. Dining room available for use for meals. Family bathroom adjacent to room, as well as a toilet downstairs. It may not be perfect with the odd cobweb and even a bit of dust here and there, but it's our home and you're welcome to join us on your journey . Interaction with GuestsWe are a friendly and helpful family who will do our upmost to make your stay as comfortable and relaxed as possible. Happy to give tips on the local area or leave you to explore. Sometimes we're home sometimes we're away , just relax and enjoy your stay . The NeighborhoodReally friendly neighbourhood estate 3 miles from the city centre . 2 minutes walk behind the house and you are straight in the countryside. 35 minutes walk along the peaceful canal to the city. 15 - 20 minute bus ride from the city centre and bus/train station. Getting Around4 minutes walk to the bus stop with buses running every 20 minutes to the city centre Other Things to NoteI can put a camp bed up if there are 2 of you.
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Gym
  • Parking
The SpaceMulsanne House is a large detached Georgian style house in the suburbs of the ancient and famous Roman City of Bath in the South West of England. Built new for us in 2000, the property is in its own courtyard with security barrier, views to the glorious English countryside at the rear and 2 large patios for winter or summer entertaining. Heated outdoor 'grotto' and outdoor living area with barbeque, fridge etc giving a Mediterranean feel. Two en suite double bedrooms, with zip and link beds, one double bedroom and another large bedroom with two further 'zip and link' beds. The property is immaculate throughout and quite private. The Georgian style lounge is very comfortable and has an LED 40" TV including Sky TV, Hi Fi, docking station and WiFi. There is a superb French style kitchen and a traditional dining room as well as a study and utility room. Plenty of secure parking and a bus stop on the road outside to get you into Bath in a few minutes. There is a towpath along the nearby canal which can take you into Bath or out into the beautiful countryside. We also have a 1 bed luxury cottage for a couple called The Saltings, which we rent from £395 per week and two 2 bed cottages, the Old Workshop and the Coach House, which we rent from £395 per week each, or short breaks. These are all listed on this site. Guest AccessThe entire property and gardens Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you wish The NeighborhoodClose to Bath, yet with a countryside feel. The village of Batheaston has everything you might need and is a destination in its own right. Newsagent and quality family run cafe are less than a minute's walk. Getting AroundBus stop right outside. Plenty of secure parking on site 45 minutes from Bristol airport 15 minutes from Bath Spa railway station Other Things to NotePlease note - the way Airbnb calculates any stay over 4 days may result in a price which is more than the weekly stay. This is silly and we are happy to give the weekly price for any stay which is for more than 4 days.
apt. / condo
Excellent
3 reviews
1br apt. / condo
    Our beautiful self catering cottage for two offers a romantic retreat on the doorstep of Bath. Immaculately presented, to combine the best of its 500 year old charm, with the modern conveniences you cannot bear to be without. A tudor fireplace and flagstone floors are the backdrop to an immaculate fully fitted kitchen with microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and all the cooking utensils you would expect to find at home. Upstairs, Wifi, Sky with full sports package and blue ray DVD player sit comfortably in our bright, tastefully furnished sitting room overlooking the village high street. All this, moments from the UNESCO world heritage designated city of Bath. Be in Bath's centre in ten minutes by car or by bus. Or take a half hour stroll along the peaceful Kennet & Avon Canal, and spot the odd kingfisher or heron along the way. All Bath's treats - its rich Roman and Georgian history and architecture, fantastic shopping and excellent restaurants await, and the glorious Somerset and Wiltshire countryside offer endless opportunites for day trips from this perfect West country holiday base. A wrought-iron gate leads to Wee Grange's pretty courtyard & private entrance. Step inside to a warm, bright kitchen/breakfast room; an immaculate 'home from home'. Upstairs, a charming & bright sitting room, bedroom with luxury linens and pristine ensuite bathroom.
    house
    Excellent
    2 reviews
    5br house
      Located in the stunning village of Bathampton just a short walk or boat ride from Bath City Centre. The spacious Hay Barn cottage cottage sleeps 10 people and is perfect for large groups. It has 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 living rooms and kitchen/diner. Also available for smaller groups midweek. ÂŁ210 is the average nightly price and is for guidance ONLY. Please EMAIL us for latest price or book immediately at "New Leaf Farm" online.
      cottage
      Excellent
      12 reviews
      1br cottage
        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. We will consider hosting babies under 12 months as part of any adult booking and will also consider hosting up to 2 young people over the age of 12 at an extra cost, please ask on booking. 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. Situated in a small village in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the doorstep of Bath, the Dye House is a charming self-contained cottage. An ideal escape if you are looking for a mixture of Bath and countryside, it marries a beautiful space with modern comforts in a peaceful, private setting. There is a woodburner for winter, a swimming pool for summer and a film projector with a huge selection of films for any time! We are happy to have babies (non-crawling) and up to 2 guests over the age of 10 for a small fee, please ask.
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          Located in the picturesque village of Bathampton on the Kennet & Avon canal. Walking distance to Bath city centre, also perfect cycle route/commute to Bath or Bradford-on-Avon. Larkspur is a generously sized fully furnished 10x65 houseboat. Brand new, just recently been fitted out as a liveaboard with modern fixtures and fittings through out. It is permanently moored in Bathampton near The George Inn, St Nicholas's church & the Boat Cafe. The boat has 2 double bedrooms (1 x double and 2 x single beds) plus a further sofa bed in the lounge. There is one family bathroom (2 sinks & large shower and toilet) and a spacious open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The main bedroom features doors that open out to a seating area at the front of boat, with outdoor storage lockers. There is also plenty of room for guests to sit out at the back of the boat. The kitchen area features a 'duck hatch', suitable for feeding ducks and swans whenever the moment arises too! There is also plenty of wardrobe and storage space for holiday essentials. The width of our boat (ten foot) compared to the normal sized hire 'narrow boats' of 6ft makes the journey and experience much more pleasurable for everyone to move about and socialise, not to mention bags of room to relax, sleep, cook and play games! Larkspur is available for hire throughout the year as detailed below for up to 6 people. Weekly hire of the boat is from Saturday10am to the following Friday 5.30pm (ie you sleep 6 nights but you get 7 'cruising' days!). Sometimes we can also hire for part of the week (minimum 3/4 nights Sat - Tue/Wed 5.30pm) if you would rather do a shorter break. If so, please call us/email us if you would like to arrange this or specify this on the booking form via our Bloomsbury Boats website. The turn around day is Saturday but we may be able to be flexible. Staying on canal boat is a unique experience and Bloomsbury boats aim to give you a very pleasant stay! Our canal boat ‘Larkspur’ like most other boats on the Kennet and Avon is moored in an ‘off grid’ fashion – ie it generates it’s own electricity through sunlight and from powering the engine to charge it’s batteries. This means that guests will be briefed in what to do so they have enough energy throughout the day eg charging the engine and turning on/off a few switches. You will be able to charge your phone or ipad but only use our hairdryers (max 1000W) as generic 2000W ones will ruin the batteries of the boat! Also, it holds it’s own water for washing, showering etc rather than having a mains supply piped in so guests do need to go easy on water consumption but hirer’s moving the boat will be able to fill up at water points if they run out! Your main source of heat will by using the wood burner throughout the day and a diesel heater at night. Hiring a canal boat is a wonderful way of life. Eco friendly, people friendly and duck friendly living! Tuition is given before you set sail! Located in the picturesque village of Bathampton on the Kennet & Avon canal. Walking distance to Bath city centre, also perfect cycle route/commute to Bath or Bradford-on-Avon.
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          The SpaceRelaxed & comfortable. Easy access to Bath City Centre. Guest AccessYou are welcome to use the kitchen, please clean up when you finish & put things away. Also you are very welcome to eat outside in the garden. Interaction with GuestsI'm mostly around and happy to help where I can. Getting AroundBuses are frequent into centre of Bath and minutes from the cottage. Parking free in car park. Good walks into the countryside. Lovely walk into Bath along canal.
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          The SpaceOur lovely home is perched on the South facing sides of Solsbury Hill made famous by the Peter Gabriel song. It has amazing views over the historic city of Bath. The cottage is in a terrace constructed in the early 1800s to serve as homes for the people who did the laundry for the great houses of Bath, and we've recently carefully renovated it so that it now includes all the comforts and amenities that you would expect. There are two bedrooms. The large one is ours and has an amazing super king size bed and great views out of the front of the house. The smaller room is our daughter's room (with a child's mid height bunk) and will quite a few toys, although they are mostly pink! PLEASE NOTE OUR HOME IS SUITED TO COUPLES OR, COUPLES WITH A CHILD. There are two bathrooms and the upstairs one has a great marble clad shower with a ceiling mounted shower head which is fed by an efficient on-demand hot water system. Guest AccessGuests will have the use of the whole house and gardens as we will be away. There is a garden room at the top of the back garden which I use as an office which will not be accessible. Interaction with GuestsWe won't be in Bath during your stay but where possible will meet and greet you. However if there are any questions or problems that you would like to discuss then we will be contactable by phone or email. You will also be able to speak to our neighbour who has agreed to help out our guests if needs be. Other Things to NoteIf you are planning on coming to Bath then you will no doubt already be aware that it is a spectacular World Heritage Site. The geothermal waters that have made Bath famous were popularised by the Romans, and their presence here in Bath is still visible beneath the Georgian Bath House which takes pride of place in the centre of Bath. Bath is also surrounded by many lovely villages and walks, and the hillside that We have a dog, incase anyone has allergies.
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          The SpaceDouble room with own entrance off the street and own bathroom with bath/shower. Guest AccessMake yourselves at home. Plenty of books but no TV. Peaceful gardens front and back. Interaction with GuestsI've lived in Bath for years so I can give you plenty of advice on what to do and see and going further afield. If I'm not busy, I might even give you a tour! Other Things to NoteThe cat generally makes himself scarce when strangers are about but if he takes a fancy to you, he's very soft and gentle - if a bit of a heffalump!
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          The SpaceWe are close to Bath with the bonus of being away from the noise and expensive parking of the City. Beautiful night views of Bath from living room; private back garden. Smart TV and free Wi-Fi. Minutes drive to many restaurants or pubs (The Northey, The Shed; Neston Farms). Guest AccessThe kitchen will be opened for you to enjoy tea, coffee, Bosch Tassimo Coffee maker. Plenty of bathroom supplies (soaps, creams, shampoos, conditioners etc.) loads of towels. Interaction with GuestsOne of us will be available at all times. The NeighborhoodA beautiful quiet safe neighbourhood with access to many local interesting walking paths. Getting AroundThere is direct bus service into Bath within a 5 minutes walk from the house. The drive is approximately a 20 minute drive but parking in Bath is difficult and very expensive. A taxi would be approximately £10. - £15. If you like to walk there is a beautiful walking path along the Canal which brings you directly into the City Centre of Bath at the Holborn Museum. That would take approximately 45 minutes. I often walk in and take the bus back. Other Things to NoteIncluded in the daily charge is a full English Breakfast served between 7:00 am and 9:00 am arranged for the time convenient to our guest.
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          The SpaceThis is an enchanting and unique space. A rural retreat, only 15 mins from central Bath by car. The Harness rooms are part of The Rocks Estate which was a large country manor house up until the 1950's when it was partially demolished. The building has been restored from the ruins left behind. The woods below the house which guests have full access to explore are full of winding paths, rocky steps, cliffs, secret grottos and ponds. Guest AccessGuests have their own terrace, as well as access to the woods below the house, around 15 acres. Interaction with GuestsWe will meet and greet our guests then allow them to relax and enjoy their holiday in peace! The NeighborhoodWe are in an Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty at the edge of the Cotswolds, only 15 mins from Bath which is a UNESCO World Heritage City. From the house there are many lovely walks, wildlife and flowers. Getting AroundThere is a bus which goes into Bath approx 10 mins walk from the house, but only once every 2 hours until 6pm
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          The SpaceLovely warm room with comfortable bed. Very relaxed atmosphere throughout the house with a selection of teas and coffees in the kitchen and DIY breakfast is included. Guest AccessBathroom, living room and a kitchen The NeighborhoodQuiet, friendly neighbourhood Getting AroundBuses every 15 minutes from the bottom of the hill, 3 min walk.
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            "Elmhurst" A Lovely 3 double bedroom house in Batheaston 2.5 miles from the centre of Bath. A wonderful 1950's 3 double bed terraced home on a quiet and well presented estate in the beautiful village of Batheaston. It has lots of natural light and original works of art on the walls. There is plenty of on street parking and a bus which takes anything from 10 mins, depending on the time of day, to Bath City Centre. We have great views from the front bay windows on the ground and first floor of the house which take in Bathampton, the Solsbury Hill made famous in the Peter Gabriel song and the gorgeous oldy worldly village of Northend. There is wonderful walking from the house. Northend Church is 300 hundred yards away as are the slopes of Solsbury Hill and St Catherines Valley is reachable by foot. Our home has a lovely 45 foot rear garden with a small table and chairs, 2 patios (one at the top of the garden which gets sun into the evening) a picnic table and bistro set, lots of mature plants and a lawned area. Downstairs: a large kitchen-diner (table seats 6 comfortably and another two can eat at the breakfast bar, additional toddler dining chair is available), sitting room (two seater sofa, four seater sofa / day bed and additional seating), downstairs loo and large utility space. We have a lovely italian stone open fireplace and provide firewood for our guests. We have restored the original parquet flooring throughout the downstairs and most of the other floors are painted wood. Upstairs: we have a double bedroom (with a king sized four poster bed), the second bedroom has a double bed and a single bed allowing this to be a triple room and there is a twin bedroom. In the sitting room we have a single day bed. All bedding and towels are provided. There is a family bathroom upstairs and the house has unlimited wireless internet connection. Batheaston has a lovely cafe, a couple of pubs, a fish and chip shop, post office, chemist, hairdressers and two convenience shops. There is a brilliant play park 100 yds from the house. We get on really well with both our direct neighbours and lots of families in our street, so our home is available to rent by families and groups, but is not suitable if you wish to party hard, loud and late into the night ! I hope to have covered most things but please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any further questions. Thanks for looking, Rose and Billy.