HOTELS OF THE COTSWOLDS - Bath accommodation
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Bath

Bath accommodation

Bath is a city in Somerset, England most famous for its historic baths fed by three hot springs. The city is founded around the only naturally occurring hot springs in the United Kingdom. It was first documented as a Roman spa, although tradition suggests that it was founded earlier. The waters from its spring were believed to be a cure for many afflictions. From Elizabethan to Georgian times it was a resort city for the wealthy. As a result of its popularity during the latter period, the city contains many fine examples of Georgian architecture, most notably the Royal Crescent. The city has a population of over 90,144 and is a World Heritage Site.
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Hotels in Bath, The Cotswolds
 
Bath Accommodation -  Express  by Holiday Inn Bath
from £95
twin and double rooms

Enjoy great value-for-money and comfortable facilities within easy reach of the central Bath and many of the city's famous attractions. The Express by Holiday Inn hotel in Bath offers value and comfort to the price-conscious traveller. Purpose-built to meet the needs of leisure and business travellers alike, the hotel is just 1.6 km (1 mile) from the historic city centre of Bath. Relax in the lounge with a drink from the bar and plan your adventure in this beautiful Roman city. The staff are happy to provide a wide range of tourist information to ensure you don’t miss out on any of the stunning and fascinating sights and scenes of the city, from The Thermae Spa and Bath Abbey to the Roman Pump Rooms and the Jane Austen Centre. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation - Royal Hotel
from £60
single, twin, double, four poster and family rooms

The Royal Hotel has a a great tradition of providing hospitality for over 150 years. Within walking distance of all of Bath's leading attractions. The Royal specialises in short breaks - its central location and friendly, informal atmosphere makes it a perfect location for a short holiday in the lovely City of Bath. This decidedly Georgian looking hotel was built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the famous English architect of the time, for the arrival of the railway in Victorian times and the 'Royal' prefix was given as a reminder of Queen Victoria's visit to the City of Bath. The Royal commenced trading in 1846. The original name was the Royal Station Hotel and because of the growing influence of rail travel and its close proximity to the station in 1852, an upper level footbridge was built directly linking the first floor of the hotel with the station platforms for the convenience of hotel guests. This footbridge remained until 1936. The Royal has changed ownership a number of times during its nearly 150 years of history and in March 1995, PR Inns acquired the business. 'PR' is a small private company, wholly owned by its two partners who are highly experienced hoteliers and restaurateurs. They are committed to continually improving both the physical aspects of the hotel and the standards of service, food and hospitality to ensure that guests have a comfortable and enjoyable visit, which will be repeated many times. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation - Menzies Waterside Hotel
from £84
twin and double rooms

Luxury 4 star city centre hotel, with 112 en suite bedrooms including superior rooms with waterside views. The hotel also has private car parking facilities which is free to all guests. Visitors to the historical city of Bath will find the Menzies Waterside Hotel an ideal base. Situated close to the banks of the river Avon, the hotel is just a few minutes from many of the city's famous local attractions including the Roman Baths and museum. The hotel has recently undergone a major refurbishment programme which has seen the property repositioned as one of Baths leading luxury four star hotels. Whether you are staying for business or leisure the hotel offers a range of contemporary facilities including seven function rooms and a new conservatory style Brasserie restaurant which overlooks the canal basin. Full of historical significance and magnificent beauty, the city of Bath has been acknowledged as a world heritage site. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation - SACO
from £115
studio, one and two bed apartments

SACO Bath is an exciting new alternative to hotel accommodation in central Bath. Experience a fresh and innovative approach which combines contemporary apartment living with stylish designer interiors and the space to relax and unwind. Studio, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments are each sumptuously furnished with the finest Italian furniture providing you with a modern and comfortable alternative to a cramped hotel room. A fully equipped kitchen gives you the flexibility to eat in or dine out, whilst King Size beds and bathrooms with power showers ensure the most relaxing stay. Take advantage of the latest technology at SACO Bath as each apartment comes complete with a widescreen Plasma TV, DVD Player and high speed internet connection for your PC. These beautiful apartments are just a two minute walk from the Theatre Royal and only a short stroll from the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey and the Thermae Bath Spa. Restaurants, fabulous boutiques and designer stores are also all within walking distance. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation - Pratt's Hotel
from £65
single, twin and double rooms

In the heart of historic Bath stands Pratt's Hotel, ideally situated for guests wishing to explore this magical city. Pratt's team aim to ensure that you have an enjoyable and memorable stay. Part of the Forestdale Hotel Group, this classical Georgian hotel has 46 individually decorated bedrooms, all with en suite facilities. Each bedroom is equipped with direct dial telephone, remote control TV, tea/coffee making facilities, a hairdryer and trouser press. The elegant restaurant serves á la carte menus offering a wide range of popular and classical dishes plus a selection of vegetarian options. An excellent and imaginative wine list is available. Whether a family lunch or intimate dinner for 2, Pratt's team aim to ensure that you have an enjoyable and memorable meal. There is pay and display parking available near the hotel. The hotel also sells 24-hour parking cards for a safe and secure car park close to the police station. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation - Best Western Abbey Hotel
from £65
single, twin, double and family rooms

The Best Western Abbey Hotel is ideally located for guests to enjoy all the quintessential English uniqueness of Bath. Situated in the heart of Bath, close to the Abbey, Roman Baths, shops and theatre. Originally built as a wealthy merchants' house in the 1740's, the Abbey Hotel re-opened in 1990 following a full refurbishment, which included returning the front of the hotel to its original splendour. Each of the 60 bedrooms has been recently refurbished to create a 'homely' feel. The hotel is located immediately behind Bath Abbey, a minutes walk from the town centre. Our award-winning Number One North Parade restaurant, has a varied menu which changes seasonally. Wines are sensibly priced and service is unhurried. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation - Dorian House
from £55
double and four poster rooms

Enter an atmosphere of period charm in Dorian House, built of Bath stone circa 1880.It is a fine example of victorian architecture at its most elegant, retaining all of its original features. Spacious rooms have a restful ambience and views over the Royal Crescent or well-tenned gardens. Some have traditional oak four poster beds and are luxuriously decorated with opulent fabrics and stunning decor. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation - Wentworth House
from £70
twin, double and four poster rooms

Bath Hotels like Wentworth House with car park, swimming pool & hot tub are hard to find so close to the city centre. The hotel is set in a peaceful location but just 15 minutes walk from the city centre. Wentworth House Hotel is an imposing Victorian mansion built in 1887 for a wealthy merchant and his family. The house enjoys a peaceful location overlooking the beautiful city of Bath. Although just 15 minutes stroll from the city centre, it is a haven from the hustle and bustle. Set in almost an acre of grounds, guests can relax and take a quiet drink on one of the garden terraces or a refreshing swim in our heated outdoor pool. The latest addition to our facilities is a garden hot tub available to guests (at an extra charge) where guests can relax and enjoy the views across the valley all year round. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation - Harington's
from £88
double and triple rooms

Harington's Hotel is set in a picturesque cobbled street right in the heart of Bath. We are a boutique styled hotel, offering modern, elegant bedrooms in a friendly relaxing atmosphere. Probably the best located Hotel in the Heart of Bath. We are a unique haven situated in the heart of the city. Enjoy warm hospitality in this charming 18th Century hotel set in a quiet picturesque cobbled street in the very heart of Bath. Haringtons Hotel is privately owned and operated. This year the hotels 13 Bedrooms have been fully refurbished. All rooms have been individually refurbished using bright and imaginative colours and textures. The rooms vary from Standard, Superior and Feature Room for single, double, twin or family occupancy. The Feature rooms offer the added Wow factor.The rooms have 1400 sprung mattresses, power showers, LCD TVs that come with full cable TV with sports and films channels. We provide a laptop to our guests with free Wireless broadband connection. Harington's has no lift (elevator) and the building has three bedroom floors. If stairs are a problem for you, take this into account before you book. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation - Mercure  Francis
from £70
twin and double rooms

This traditional Georgian style hotel with air conditioned bedrooms is located in the world heritage city of Bath. The hotel dates back to 1728, when it was 6 private houses. Now, it is an elegant hotel in the heart of the city. Today the hotel retains many reminders of its past, combined with excellent modern facilities. Famous for its honey coloured Bath Stone buildings, sweeping crescents and magnificent architecture, Bath has much to offer the visitor, with all round festivals covering music, art, sport and leisure. The Roman Baths, Royal Crescent and Bath Abbey are only moments away from The Mercure Francis, as are the fashionable shops, galleries and antique markets. Please note, that the car parking at The Mercure Francis is limited and is chargeable for a 24 hour period. The Square Restaurant features traditional British cuisine. The Cafebar serves British and Mediterranean food throughout the day. Air conditioning is available in some bedrooms (on request). (back to top)


Bath Accommodation - Redcar Hotel
from £51
single, twin, double and family rooms

The Redcar Hotel is an elegant Georgian town house hotel in the centre of the lovely city of Bath. The hotel is ideal for business or pleasure. The friendly and helpful staff are keen to make your stay enjoyable and easy. Henrietta Street, on which The Redcar Hotel stands, was designed between 1788 and 1792 by Sir William Pulteney and named after his daughter Henrietta Laura Pulteney. Three Georgian town houses were first converted into a Hotel in 1949. As the property in the golden location, it was later sold to an organization owned by the famous entertainers Tom Jones and Engelbert Humperdinck, who then spent a large amount of money extending and developing this fine hotel. All the bedrooms have en-suite facilities, hospitality tray and direct dial telephone. Conference rooms available for 2-70 delegates. Lounge and Bar on premises. Bath is famous for it's Abbey, Roman Baths, Pump Room, Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge and the Jane Austen Centre etc. Bath is designated as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. There is no lift at this hotel. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Edgar Hotel
from £87
single, twin, double and four poster rooms

A warm friendly welcome awaits you at this privately owned hotel. Located 10 minutes from the Roman Baths and town centre. All room with en-suite shower (some with baths) and toilet. Georgian town House located in Bath’s most prestigious street. The hotel is a Georgian town house, which was built between 1780-1790 and is Grade 1 listed building. All rooms have en-suite shower, toilet, colour television, tea and coffee making facilities. The Hotel is ideally situated for visiting Bath and is only 10 minutes walk from the Roman baths and city centre.
Please notify the hotel if you have any special needs. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Carfax Hotel
from £92
single, twin, double and family rooms

Three Georgian Town Houses in Bath's famous Great Pulteney St, with car park, lifts, restaurant and affordable prices. Centrally located, Carfax is an ideal base from which to work or explore one of Europe's oldest and finest cities. Carfax unites three Georgian town houses and retains many of their original features. Centrally located in the beautiful roman city of Bath, The Carfax has just 31 uniquely furnished and individually heated rooms, all of which are en-suite with either a bath or shower, or more often both. There is a computer for public use in the lobby. Parking on a first come first served basis. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Hilton
from £99
twin and double rooms

The Hilton Bath is located in the heart of the city centre and only half a mile from the railway station and a 30-minute drive from Bristol Airport. The hotel has 150 bedrooms, including 42 deluxe rooms and 6 suites. Why not enjoy our Zuccotta Restaurant, where Mediterranean specialities are served. Local attractions include the Roman Baths and Museum, the Royal Crescent, the Museum of Costume and the Pump Rooms. The hotel is situated in the centre of Bath, within easy walking distance of all local attractions. It is only a short drive from Bath to many other places of interest including Wells, Longleat and Bristol. And what better way to refresh after exploring than to relax in our Caffe Cino. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Queensbury
from £115
double rooms

A stylish townhouse hotel in the heart of Georgian Bath. The Queensberry marries the best of contemporary hotel keeping with classical regency architecture. Welcoming, eclectic bedrooms, intriguing staircases and cosy reception rooms give the hotel a feeling of casual luxury, a home from home. With its courtyard garden, the tranquility of the hotel is a welcome surprise in this popular city - a world heritage site. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Number 30
from £79
double rooms

This recently fully refurbished Victorian merchant house is a short stroll from the city centre. Bath attractions include the Roman Baths, the Royal Crescent, Assembly Rooms, Theatre Royal and vibrant shopping areas. This hotel also offers an ideal base from which to explore Wells, Stonehenge, Salisbury and the Cotswolds. Hotel staff will be pleased to help you plan your excursions by car, tour, or public transport. Number 30 offers clean, light and airy en suite accommodation, tastefully decorated in light pastel colours. An extensive English breakfast is served, as well as vegetarian and healthy options. The hotel is entirely non-smoking. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel
from £79
twin and double rooms

Nestling among cedars, fountains and ponds the hotel offers all the amenities that guests would expect of a 5 star hotel The 'Spa' at The Bath Spa offers the latest in health and beauty facilities. The elegant Georgian façade of The Bath Spa Hotel can only hint at the warmth, style, comfort and attentive service you will receive during your stay. The bedrooms are elegantly decorated, the bathrooms are luxuriously appointed in mahogany and marble. Guests are entitled to complimentary use of The Spa, our Health and Fitness Club. Facilities include an indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, outdoor hydrotherapy pool, thermal suite, gymnasium, beauty treatment rooms and a relaxation room. Close to the Roman Baths, Pump Room and the new Thermae Bath Spa, it is far enough from the bustle of the city to be a perfect retreat. It is recommend that any Health & Beauty treatments are booked prior to arrival to avoid disappointment. Children under the age of 16 may only use the swimming pool in The Spa - other facilities are not available for their use. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  The Residence
from £180
double rooms

Occupying a large Georgian house, The Residence offers intimate accommodation that fuses an informal atmosphere with the highest levels of attentive service. When you're not exploring the the wealth of history and culture on offer in Bath, this boutique townhouse will pamper you with a personal touch. Amid sophisticated craftsmanship that stylish combines traditional and contemporary tastes, you'll have no difficulty relaxing. Watch the chef at mealtimes, as he works the kitchen's Aga to create what you want, whenever you want it. Unwind in the sauna or summer house; wander the beautiful garden; lose yourself with a book in the library or enjoy a quiet drink in the conservatory bar. Though you may find it difficult to tear yourself away, a courtesy car is on-hand to run you into the nearby town centre. The Residence began life in 1796 as Ormond Lodge, part of a local estate. During its existence, it has reputedly been one of the homes of exiled Emperor Haile Selassie during the 1930s. Begin the day in the kitchen, where you watch the chef prepare your breakfast. Using organic, locally sourced ingredients you are free to bend the advertised times and enjoy it whenever you want to. Snacks can be prepared for you whenever you desire them - Dom Perignon and chips at 03:00 will be no problem at all! Alternatively, The Residence enjoys links with several of the city's top restaurants, who be able to deliver a meal directly to you. Several public rooms await you, including a very traditional library, where deep red walls and dark mahogany furniture complement oak floors. Lots of books, an internet access point, sofas, desk, study table and chairs and sumptuous soft furnishings are all on hand. The Dining Room is dominated by a central 12 seat dining table designed by retro-antique-salvage artist Rod Donaldson. Perfect for a business meal, a party or a very big table for two. The Conservatory operates as a bar and occasional brunch room. When the weather is right sun streams into this stunning area, which seats 24 as a bar or 14 as a meeting room. Full audio-visual equipment, including a giant pull down screen and sound system, as well as a heated paved outside deck for the warmer times.The garden is also available with its beautiful Italianate terrace with boule piste, croquet lawn, 2 fountains and a stunning summer house, which offers a cosy escape from the world. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Combe Grove Manor Hotel
from £77
double rooms

Georgian Manor, set in peaceful woodland with superb leisure, business and beauty facilities, just 5 minutes drive from historic Bath. Facilities include; WIFI, free parking, swimming pool, tennis courts, golf range, gym, sauna, steam room, plus fantastic food. Relax amongst luxury, you will find Combe Grove Manor Hotel & Country Club nestling in 69 acres of private gardens and woodland, with 17 miles of views overlooking the Limpley Stoke Valley. Just a couple of miles outside the historic spa town of Bath, immerse yourself in understated luxury combined with great service and a relaxed atmosphere. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Aquae Sulis Hotel
from £65
double, triple and family rooms

This sunny, south facing Edwardian hotel provides full facilities within a friendly atmosphere. Built at the turn of the century, we combine old world charm with the conveniences and services demanded by today's traveller. Just 2.5 km (1.5 miles) from the city centre, this lovely Victorian guest house is ideally located for visiting the famous city of Bath. All rooms are en suite and non-smoking, offering such conveniences as Sky TV, telephone and drinks. A bar and 2 lounges are available, along with evening snacks, garden and free Wi-Fi internet access. Aquae Sulis also offers a free private car park and unrestricted on-road parking. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Bailbrook House
from £79
double rooms

Set in 20 acres of gardens and parkland, the 18th century Bailbrook House occupies a magnificent setting. Overlooking the Avon valley, the hotel is just 2 miles from the centre of the wonderful city of Bath. Less than 10 miles from the motorway, Hilwoods Resorts' latest executive business meeting venue is perfectly connected for the M4 corridor, southern England and is only 90 minutes by train from London and by car from Heathrow airport. The hotel has 78 executive double bedrooms and suites, located in Bailbrook Court, next to the main building. We also have top quality leisure facilities including a spa bath, sauna, gym and floodlit tennis court, not to mention fantastic meeting rooms to suit the most demanding meeting planner. As part of Hilwood Resorts, Bailbrook House benefits from unrivalled levels of customer service, attention to detail and food quality. Bailbrook House combines an historic house setting, furnished in keeping with such an important and impressive property with our unique, relaxed and comfortable environment. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Old Mill Hotel & Lodge
from £59
single and double rooms

The Old Mill Hotel & Lodge is beautifully located by the River Avon. 'Bath's most beautifully located hotel, by the River Avon with lovely gardens & stunning views over the countryside'. The Old Mill is located on a site that housed a flour mill until 1907. Since then it has been developed into an attractive hotel with lovely bedrooms, all en suite, banqueting suites and a delightful restaurant by the river with a unique waterwheel feature. The banqueting rooms, restaurant and bars have stunning views of the River Avon and the beautiful countryside surrounding it. The picture is completed by the pretty hotel gardens, alongside the river, which is popular with rowers, boating enthusiasts and for fishing holidays. The current owners, two very experienced hoteliers and restaurateurs acquired The Old Mill in April 1998. Since then they have completed an extensive refurbishment programme, resulting in all bedrooms, banqueting rooms and the restaurant and bar, being totally redecorated and refurbished. Please note that the hotel has no lift. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Limpley Stoke Hotel
from £65
single, twin, double and family rooms

The Hotel occupies a delightful village setting in an area of outstanding natural beauty. All bedrooms have been individually designed and well equipped. With its spacious public rooms, quality accommodation and friendly and attentive service the Hotel is a haven for the discerning traveller. All rooms have private facilities with tea/coffee making facilities, radio and colour tv with the majority enjoying stunning views of the valley. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  The Park
from £129
twin and double rooms

A fine Jacobean house in a beautiful parkland setting, the resort is an outstanding new venue. The Park is the perfect setting for two outstanding golf courses and is located in an area of Outstanding Natural Beau. The Park stretches over 240 acres of historic parkland, which includes trees that are over 400 years old. Both courses, The Crown and The Cromwell have their own distinctive character and are recognized as two of the finest in the South West. Nestling in the heart of some of the most mature and unspoilt natural parkland the magnificent Crown Course is an easy walking course whilst presenting a challenge to all levels of player. This 6252 yard par 69 course is rich in features with woodlands, lakes, inviting greens and well placed bunkers that require a 100% strategy. The Cromwell Course is the perfect combination of old and new bringing together the best of both worlds. This course boasts a wonderful setting with mature trees, streams, lakes and modern USGA specification greens. Gentle undulation fairways provide this 6246 yard par 71 course with excitement, reward and magnificent views stretching out across the Cotswolds. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Old Malt House Hotel
from £60
twin, double and family rooms

A delightful family run country hotel, just 15 minutes from Bath and Wells. Set in beautiful countryside with restaurant, lounge/bar, free parking and delightful views from all rooms. Built in 1835 as a Malt House for the local Radford brewery, The Old Malt House Hotel is now privately owned by Jen and David Beresford. It is situated in the small hamlet of Radford surrounded by beautiful countryside, just 6 miles from the historic city of Bath. From the moment you set foot in The Old Malt House, you will be greeted with a warm, friendly welcome. The accommodation comprises of 10 tastefully decorated bedrooms, all of which have en-suite bath/shower rooms, colour televisions, tea and coffee making facilities and stunning views across the countryside. Two of the twin rooms are located on the ground floor giving easier access for guests who are less mobile. The hotel benefits from a fully licensed restaurant and cosy lounge bar with open fire place. In the restaurant, they offer a full a la carte menu and a comprehensive selection of wines, all of which are competitively priced. During the summer months, the terrace with its stunning views through the Cam Valley is the perfect setting for you to enjoy a drink before or after your meal. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Rudloe Hall Hotel
from £90
double and four poster rooms

Rudloe Hall is not a large stately house but a very friendly, cosy Gothic Victorian mansion house. The house is set in 4 acres of beautiful, sheltered Victorian gardens with stunning views of the local countryside.
We are romantics with an ardent love of antiques and fine old things which make Rudloe Hall an interesting place to be. With cosy working Victorian fires in almost every room of the house, you will be made to feel at home and comfortable from the moment you arrive. The staff are friendly, casual and very eager to please. They will do all those special little extras that modern hotels do not have the time to offer. The food is all freshly prepared and baked on the premises using only the freshest of local produce. The menu changes daily offering variety, and it is is served with wonderfully tasty wine selected from the well stocked cellar. The hotel offers the free use of Corsham leisure centre's swimming pool just 5 minutes away. There is a small selection of cardiovascular machines in our conservatory, situated in a beautiful wooded area. There is a spa pool and sauna which can be booked and used privately ensuring maximum intimacy, and you can also book a variety of indulgent, relaxing beauty and massage treatments in your room. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Radstock Hotel
from £45
single, twin, double and four poster rooms

The Radstock Hotel, near Bath, offers both B&B and hotel accommodation, with restaurant facilities, close to Bristol Airport. Radstock is a market and mining town close to Bath and Bristol, opposite the North Somerset Coalfield Heritage Museum. Facilities include large car park, 6 rooms, a restaurant, a real ale bar plus a sports bar with pool table, dart board and sky sports. The Radstock Hotel has a skittle alley/function/conference room which can also be used for meetings and events. The Radstock Hotel is a traditional coaching inn with 6 delightful en suite bedrooms, the hotel benefits from being near Bristol Airport large car parking facilities, home cooked meals and friendly staff, we offer a warm welcome and a clean and comfortable stay. Monthly karaoke and live singers, there is no reason to go out anywhere else. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Three Abbey Green
from £85
twin, double and four poster rooms

Three Abbey Green is a Grade 2 Listed townhouse dating back to 1689. Set in an historic square in the heart of Bath, it provides a superb central location for exploring the city? The Abbey, Roman Baths and Pump Rooms are on the doorstep. The Spa complex is just a three minutes' walk away, as are Sally Lunn's tea shop and the stunning Pulteney Bridge and Weir. The Theatre and a wide choice of restaurants and bars are in the immediate vicinity. The Circus, Royal Crescent, Assembly Rooms and Museum of Costume are a ten minutes' stroll through the city. Bath's renowned independent shops, selling everything from designer clothes to obscure cheeses, are all around us. Three Abbey Green has seven beautifully restored en suite bedrooms. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Kennard Hotel
from £58
single and double rooms

A City Centre Georgian Town House - now restored to a charming hotel with its very own special character and service. Quietly situated just over Pulteney Bridge and only minutes away from the famous Roman Baths, shops and restaurants, it really is in an ideal location for the the visitor to Bath. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  County Hotel
from £100
double rooms

The County is an award winning hotel set in the very centre of bath. Complete with fully licenced public bar, ample parking (for 50 cars) and a full English breakfast overlooking Bath Abbey and the rolling hills beyond.The County is perfect for anyone looking for an elegant, relaxing and stylish stay in this world heritage city. The hotel were awarded the Official winner of the AA Guest Accomodation of the Year award whole of England - Year 2000, RAC LITTLE GEM award - their highest accolade, and the English Tourism Council GOLD Award - their highest accolade. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Queen Charlotte's Orangery
from £110
twin and double rooms

A unique place to stay in a wonderful setting. Centrally located 8 minutes stroll on the level to the historic centre, the Roman Baths and Pump Room.The Orangery has a fantastic history that dates back over several centuries. It was once Part of the home for a period of Queen Charlotte, the wife of George III when she took up residence for a year in 1817 at 93 Sydney Place. The owners although new to Bath, Denise and Greg have been in London for twelve years and have won many top awards and are not strangers to entertaining guests. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Royal Crescent
from £225
twin and double rooms

The Georgian City of Bath is of breathtaking beauty with a romantic history and this special hotel reflects that perfectly. Impeccable style and attention to detail epitomes the kind of experience enjoyed by our guests.Set within the gardens, the unique ambience of The Bath House is designed for relaxation and pleasure and offers a combination of treatments and therapies. Other leisure pursuits include our own hot air Balloon, and the beautiful 1920 river launch, the Lady Sophina, Pimpernel's Restaurant We are delighted that the new Dower House Restaurant is now complete. The restaurant will be further enhanced by an elegant, contemporary new bar and drawing room by the end of March 2007. Bar service will continue in the main house library and at the guest's restaurant table. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  One Three Nine
from £100
single, twin, double, four poster, triple and family rooms

One Three Nine, aluxurious boutique B & B in an excellent location just 10 minutes walk from Bath City Centre. Chic modern interiors compliment this traditional Victorian House. The stunning bedrooms are all completely individually styled using contemporary English design. All rooms offer sumptuously comfortable beds by Hypnos, flat screen televisions with DVD player, air conditioning, complimentary tea & coffee and wireless internet connectivity throughout. Bathrooms are beautifully designed with warm toned tiles and luxurious fittings, power showers and Molton Brown products. There are 2 stunning Superior Deluxe Four Poster rooms with jacuzzi bath for sheer indulgence. Small and privately owned by David and Annie Lanz, our third bed and breakfast in Bath re-opens to offer the ultimate in B&B accommodation. The aim as always to offer the very highest standard of comfort and personal service and to ensure a wonderful stay. Traditional English or Continental Breakfast is served in the light and spacious dining room, continental breakfast is available in your room.Newspapers are provided. Tailor made packages can be offered to suit every occasion, flowers, chocolates, Molton Brown gifts and bookings for the Bath Thermae Spa. Off street parking. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Highways House
from £54
single, twin, double and triple rooms

Highways House is a charming Victorian town house tastefully furnished with family antique furniture. We offer a friendly and relaxing atmosphere in their elegant non-smoking home. Ideally located within easy walking distance of the historic city of Bath and providing a perfect base from which to explore the Cotswolds, Stonehenge, Salisbury and Wells. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Oldfields Hotel
from £65
single, double and four poster rooms

AA Four Star highly commended. Oldfields is an elegant and traditional Bed and Breakfast Hotel, superbly located just 8 minutes walk from Bath City centre with magnificent panoramic views over Bath and private parking. Built in Victorian times of honey coloured bath stone, the interior of the house still boasts a wealth of original features. Beautiful decor and sumptuous furnishings compliment the ornate cornices and victorian fireplaces. Superior en suite rooms are all individually designed and offer every comfort for your stay. The Luxury Four Poster Jacobbean and Queen Anne rooms with Jacuzzi Bath are truly romantic, an ideal choice for that special occasion. There are splended panoramic views of the City from both the Drawing Room and Dining Room, where a delicious full English Breakfast with fresh fruits and vegetarian options is served. Oldfields is a privately owned hotel where a warm welcome awaits and the highest standard of personal service is offered. The hotel is non-smoking and welcomes children. We do require a two night stay over the weekend if your stay includes a Saturday night. Please note we are a non-smoking establishment. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Marlborough House
from £110
double, triple and family rooms

An enchanting Victorian guest house in the heart of Georgian Bath, and a short walk to all the major attractions that our world heritage city has to offer, such as the magnificent Royal Cresent, Famous Circus Building, Jane Austen Centre, Roman Baths, Abbey and the new Thermae Spas. All our rooms are en-suite, spacious and unique. Furnished with elegant antiques, some with handsome four poster beds or Victorian brass/iron beds, remote control tv. and direct dial bedside telephones. An abundant hostess tray is provided which includes complementary sherry. Breakfasts are generous, serving totally organic & vegetarian produce, such as delicate omlettes with savoury fillings & Marlborough House special breakfast potatoes with organic tomates & mushrooms. All our juices, yoghurts, jams and breads are organic too. And we have a wide variety of organic and herbal teas and coffes. You will be guaranteed a warm welcome by Peter the owner, who was born in Bath, and has the inside knowledge when it comes to helping you wine and dine on the town. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Cheriton House
from £110
single, twin and double rooms

An elegant Victorian house in a very quiet location off the busy A367, set in delightful gardens with panoramic views over the World Heritage City of Bath. The Guest House offers private car parking with only a short walk into the city centre. Circa 1886, Cheriton House has been carefully restored and decorated throughout. The rooms are tastefully furnished with a pleasant mix of antiques and modern facilities, with all guestrooms having en-suites, colour TV and well stocked hospitality tray. Breakfast is served in our spacious dining room overlooking the garden. They offer an excellent buffet of cereals, fruits and juices with a generous full English breakfast to follow. Special dietary requirements can be catered for. The guest lounge offers a comfortable spot to plan your days using our plentiful supply of brochures and guide books. Bath has many excellent restaurants and owners Iris & John will be happy to make recommendations and to help you make your choice. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Bloomfield House
from £85
single, double and triple rooms

Elegant, unique, Georgian family house with romantic four poster bedrooms, half testers and a cosy south facing single. We serve organic and fair traded breakfasts until 11.00am. The hotel has a friendly relaxed atmosphere and is situated in a quiet elevated location about 20 minutes walk from the centre. Please note for those with allergies that there are cats and a dog. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Manor House
from £95
double and family rooms

Restful, rambling Medieval Manor in rural valley 2 miles from Bath City Centre. Classified as a British Ancient Monument, it features a Tudor inglenook fire, individually decorated spacious ensuite bedrooms and charming candlelit restaurant on Friday and Saturday with bring your own wine policy and no corkage charge.Breakfast is served until noon and champagne breakfast in bed is available on request. Dogs and children welcome. The Manor House provides a delightful, peaceful retreat which you will remember for a long time. 1 mile from University and close to Bath, Bradford on Avon, Longleat, Cheddar, Wells, Bristol, Salisbury and Stonehenge. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Homewood Park
from £185
twin and double rooms

Homewood Park is a very gracious country house hotel near Bath and one of the loveliest country house hotels in the West Country. Set in beautiful countryside, it is only six miles from Bath and only 30 minutes from the M4. Homewood Park has received many accolades and much praise for the service and facilities provided and guests always appreciate the warm, welcoming and relaxing atmosphere. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Bath Lodge Hotel
from £60
single, twin, double and four poster rooms

Situated just seven miles from Bath city centre, Bath Lodge provides the ideal location for visiting local attractions such as Longleat, Stonehenge and Wells without the problems of parking and access associated with staying in town. Formerly the gatehouse to the Farleigh Estate, Bath Lodge, The Little Castle, has been sympathetically and tastefully converted to provide characterful and comfortable accommodation for its guests. The beamed ceilings, four-poster beds and open fire all serve to provide a romantic atmosphere, whether its listening to the waterfall or watching the sun go down from the battlements. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Clifton House
from £75
twin, double and four poster rooms

Gothic Victorian house of splendour, just 7 miles from Bath and situated in the charming market town of Bradford on Avon with its array of interesting shops, cafes and restaurants. Clifton House offers exquisite accommodation for guests who appreciate style and great accommodation and offer a warm welcome with open fires, fine furniture and guest drawing room. Enjoy the West Country breakfast each morning, in the dining room. Sumptuous four poster beds with fresh, white linen, the best pillows, fluffy towels and stylish decor, Clifton House is the perfect place to stay while you escape and we take very good care of our guests. En-suite shower or bathrooms, some rooms have private bathroom but we provide bathrobes for these rooms. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Luckknam Park Hotel
from £175
twin and double rooms

A Magnificent listed palladian mansion dating from 1720, Lucknam Park is set in extensive parkland of five hundred acres, six miles from the historic city of Bath. A mile long avenue, flanked on each side by two rows of proud beech and lime trees. The Park Restaurant, spacious yet intimate, was once the ballroom at Lucknam and boasts elegant decor crystal chandeliers and fine views accross the grounds. Recently awarded a Michelin Star. Please note guests wishing to dine are required to make a reservation prior to arrival. Each of the thirteen suites and twenty nine bedrooms is individually designed with fabrics, antiques and ornaments specially chosen to reflect the character of the rooms. All have marble bathrooms and splendid views across the park or the lovely courtyard. The Spa at Lucknam Park offers a complete world of health, beauty and relaxation. At its centre is a splendid swimming pool, with whirlpool spa, saunas, steamroom, solarium and a fully equiped gymnasium. In the heat of summer the doors open out onto a delightful terrace and walled garden. All guests wishing to dine in the Park Restaurant are require to make dinner reservations prior to arrival. (back to top)


Bed and Breakfasts in Bath, The Cotswolds
 
Bath Accommodation - Roban House
from £55
single, twin and double rooms

Roban House is a small, friendly guest house with luxury rooms, many en suite and with modern facilities, while there is free on-street parking close by. A maximum of 10 minutes walk from the centre of Bath and from the bus and train stations, they offer the most convenient solution for your stay. They provide a complimentary pre-packed breakfast for you in your room (cereal, milk, juice, muffins, biscuits, tea/coffee/chocolate) and they can organise discounts for tourist attractions, or arrange early check-in and late check-outs (charges may apply). The will contact you after your booking to confirm details about accommodation, check-in and parking, and any special requirements. Their free wireless broadband internet service means you can catch up on your emailing or surfing - you will need to bring your own wireless-equipped laptop or PDA. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation - Windsor Guest House
from £70
single, double and four poster rooms

Located in the historic city of Bath, The Windsor occupies a Grade 1 listed building on Great Pulteney Street, reputed to be one of the finest Georgian boulevards in Europe. The Windsor offers uniquely styled and furnished bedrooms, all fully en suite and non-smoking. Each room features broadband internet access and a host of other features. The Windsor’s central location makes it an ideal place to from which to explore this World Heritage city on foot. It is ideally situated for visiting the Roman Baths, exploring the Abbey, relaxing in the Thermae Bath Spa or discovering the streets walked by Jane Austen. The city is full of museums and shops, with an excellent range of restaurants just minutes from the door. The bus and railway stations are both within easy walking distance. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  St. Clair
from £50
single, twin, double and family rooms

At Guest House St Clair, they offer a friendly personal service in our 18 bedroom guest house. They pride themselves on the mix of international tourists, groups, families and business people who stay with them. At guest House St Clair they offer a friendly personal service in the 18 bedroom guest accommodation which has been awarded 3 stars by the AA and English tourist board. They describe themselves as being extremely friendly and hospitable whilst offering clean and comfortable en-suite and standard rooms, available of a hearty or light breakfast tailor made to suit your palate from a choice of traditional items. Snacks are always available. Special diets catered for. If you require either a non-smoking or smoking room you must request it or you may be given either type. Please note that the guest house has no lift. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Ashley Villa
from £69
twin, double and family rooms

This family run, friendly guest house is found in a residential area just outside Bath, within easy reach of the city's attractions. The accommodation of this Victorian building is decorated in a contemporary style with brand new shower/bath rooms. The facilities include a cosy lounge, licensed bar, attractive patio garden and outdoor heated swimming pool. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Tasburgh House
from £65
single, twin, double and family rooms

Award-winning Tasburgh House is a luxurious Victorian guest house set in seven acres of gardens overlooking Bath. Located just a few minutes from the Georgian city of Bath, enjoy the beauty of the city itself and the Thermae baths or for the sports fans we are just an hour train ride into Cardiff and an hour's drive to Cheltenham. The hotel is set in peaceful English countryside with magnificent views over the city, we have friendly and helpful staff who are always available to assist. All the rooms have shower or bath and shower en suite, colour television, direct dial telephone with wake-up service and modem link, a choice of mineral waters, hairdryer, fresh flowers and magazines. The public rooms include an elegant drawing room, dining room, a stunning conservatory and adjacent garden terrace. An interesting wine list has been prepared in liaison with a leading West Country wine merchant. In addition to the formal gardens and croquet lawn, the seven acres include a meadow park extending down to the Kennet and Avon canal - perfect for the morning stroll. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Forres House
from £40
twin and double rooms

They offer a superb breakfast and wonderful bedrooms. There are no one night stays available at weekends. Clive and Julie welcome you to their Edwardian home, situated approximately a mile from the city centre at a quieter part of the city. There is local transport from outside the house and a park and ride nearby. To drive takes less than 10 minutes from the city centre. If you feel fit, you can walk (it takes Julie approximately 30 minutes). They offer a large selection for breakfast which includes continental and English options, together with options for vegetarians. They can also recommend places to eat. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Wheelwright's Arms
from £95
single, twin and double rooms

This inn nestles in the peaceful village of Monkton Combe, surrounded by picturesque hills and valleys. Recently refurbished accommodation houses 7 luxury bedrooms with bathrooms or showers. There are 5 doubles, one twin and one single room. The pub offers an informal area to relax with a drink or dine. Menus are changed regularly and include bar snacks, light lunches and a la carte selections. Local ingredients are used where possible. You can relax with a drink by the open fire or in the garden. Our 2 buildings were originally constructed by William Harold, a carpenter, who built a house and workshop around 1750. In 1871, William Harold III converted the house into a public house and in 1981, the workshops were converted into bed and breakfast accommodation. A full history is available when you come and visit. Experience this beautiful part of the country from The Wheelwrights Arms. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Bailbrook Lodge Hotel
from £65
single, twin, double and four poster rooms

Bailbrook Lodge is a Georgian Grade ii listed country house, excellently situated 1 miles from the city centre - Listed with the English Tourism as 4 Diamonds. Awarded 4 stars by the AA under the Guest accommodation listing. Bailbrook Lodge has recently been granted a Silver Award for Quality. Eight rooms overlook the gardens and lawns and the Avon valley. The remaining rooms overlook the grounds of Bailbrook House, a splendid Georgian Mansion designed by the famous architect John Everleigh. In addition to the delightful terrace, there is an extensive lawn surrounded by mature trees and plants - a perfect setting for a stroll or a quiet drink on a summer's day or evening. We take pride in our privately owned hotel and our staff is committed to assisting you in any way possible for you to have a memorable stay at Bailbrook Lodge. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Paradise House
from £115
single, twin and double rooms

Rated 5 Diamonds Paradise House is one of only 4 establishments in England to be given The "Which" Hotel Guide 2001 Hotel of the Year "Brilliant" Award for Bed and Breakfast Accommodation. Superbly situated in a quiet location on the Southern Slopes of Bath Paradise House is just 5 minutes walk from the Station and 7 minutes walk from the City Centre, Roman Baths and Abbey. A small privately owned hotel where a warm welcome and the highest standard of personal service are offered. Unique in its setting with outstanding panoramic views over the City the hotel has 11 delightful ensuite rooms all individually decorated and furnished to the highest standard. A sumptuous breakfast is served before you head off to explore the World Heritage City of Bath or one of the many areas of interest that are in easy reach from this wonderful City. The hotel is licensed, is non-smoking and welcomes children of all ages, on and off-street parking available. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Amberley House
from £60
twin and double rooms

Comfortable 3 Red Diamond AA Victorian House. 5 minutes walk to Bath City Centre, Bath Spa Railway station and Coach Station. Non-smoking establishment with tea/coffee facilities and TV within rooms. Freshly cooked English breakfast available. On-street Resident Parking permits provided. Cot and high chair available. Please note we do not have a reception, so please advise us of your arrival time in advance and provide a mobile phone number. Three night minimum during Bank Holidays. Two night minimum at weekends. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Haydon House
from £95
single, twin, double, triple and family rooms

Enjoys the unique distinction of having been recommended in more truly independent guides than any other establishment in Bath, including The Good Hotel Guide's longest standing entry for Bath, a Which? Good Hotel Guide "Hotel Of The Year" Award, AA Premier Selection with 5 stars and 5 Visit Britain Stars. Every conceivable comfort is offered in the Laura Ashley decorated en-suite bedrooms. Relax in the beautifully appointed antique filled sitting room, with sunshine filtering through the vine-clad pergola, and enjoy award winning breakfasts, stylishly served in the dining room. Free Wireless internet access in all guest rooms. A non smoking house, our secluded, up-market Edwardian town house hotel is situated in a quiet residential area with easy parking, and provides an oasis of tranquillity and elegance, where high standards of hospitality prevail. One night reservations may be declined at weekends and two night reservations at holiday weekends. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Meadowland
from £95
double rooms

Meadowland is a non-smoking house in a quiet conservation area 15/20 minutes walk to the City or two minutes walk to access public transport. This elegant house is set in its own grounds providing ample off-street car parking. Guests enjoy tranquillity while sitting in the garden on the carefully sited seats capturing the good weather and watching the many and varied wildlife species. Alternatively, guests may relax in the exquisitely decorated drawing room where books and magazines abound. Catherine and John Andrew take great care in their recommendations of restaurants and cafes in Bath and will willingly make reservations for their guests to visit the best that Bath has to offer. Meadowland has three individually styled bedrooms all with comfy beds and an abundance of pillows and cushions, complete with tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer, trouser press and welcoming sherry tray plus many additional luxuries to make your stay at Meadowland a memorable one. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Hunters Spinney
from £80
twin and double rooms

Hunters Spiney is an attractive 1920's family home with cosy bedrooms and breathtaking views over Bath with all its many attractions. Watch out for deer badgers and foxes in our quiet woodland garden, reserved for our guests. There is private parking and the centre is 1.5 miles away by foot, car or bus. We are an ideal base for tourists and business people who appreciate home comforts in a friendly and tranquil setting, near Bath University, and well situated for exploring Bath and the West Country. Free Wi-fi access and internet corner. Strictly no smoking. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Grove Lodge
from £80
single, twin and double rooms

Grove Lodge is a fine, Grade II listed, Georgian villa built in 1788. The home of an architect Peter Richards and his wife, a former teacher Isabel Miles. The house is situated in an enclosed, green landscape setting with fine views and easy access to the city centre. The en-suite bedrooms are spacious with high ceilings, marble or stone Georgian fireplaces and large sash windows, some with working shutters. The rooms have new bathrooms. The furnishings are a mix of contemporary and antique styles. All rooms have colour TV, radio alarm clock, hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities and king size beds. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  St Leonards
from £75
double and family rooms

St Leonards is a double award winner- a silver award from the ETC and a Red Diamond award from the AA. A beautiful Victorian house with stunning views yet only 15 minutes walk into the city centre. We have some very large rooms with superking or king-sized beds and all rooms have modern sparkling bathrooms. The elegant interior combines many original features and stylish pastel decor. The house is totally non smoking. We operate a 2 night minimum stay at weekends (3 nights Bank Holidays ) for most of the year. We have off street private parking so our guests can enjoy the city without the problems of parking. Children aged 6 and over. Latest check in 8.00pm. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  High Beeches
from £75
double and triple rooms

Currently there is only one very smart large double or family bedroom with en suite available in this wonderful family home set on the southern slopes of Bath in an area of oustanding nautural beauty with lovely views over towards the Midford Valley. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, excellent pubs and glorious walks this is a gem of a location. A further two en suite double rooms will be avaiable by the end of Sepember. Twin or double bed with extra bed-sofa, coffee and tea making facilities, mineral water, hot water bottles, T.V and hairdryer, Wi-FI internet access. Genuine hospitality in a great location only 1.3 miles from Bath City Centre & on the main bus route so you wont need your car which can be safely left. Extremely well equipped double & triple rooms with comfortable beds all with en-suite shower rooms with all the amenities you would want during your stay, Tea/Coffee facilities, Hairdryer etc. Daily paper of your choice to read at breakfast. Deliciously cooked traditional English breakfast & a courtesy lift in to Bath on your first morning if you ask Ian nicely! Private off-street parking and garaging (if available). Courtesy pick up/drop off from Railway & Bus station (Please arrange in advance). Free Internet access via Wi-Fi for guests with their own computers or access via High Beeches PC Exclusive use of front woodland garden for guests. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Weston Lawn
from £65
single, twin and double rooms

The rooms in Our Georgian house are all classically furnished and decorated, with en suite or private facilities. In a quiet part of Weston village, we are just to the west of the centre of Bath which is a comfortable and level walk away. We provide ample off street car parking with easy access to the M4 motorway, Bristol and Bristol Airport. You can choose between continental or full cooked English breakfast and our local pub serves good lunchtime and evening meals. The countryside is on our doorstep from where you can walk up to Lansdown with its stunning views to the Mendip hills and Wales. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Cranleigh
from £65
twin, double, four poster and family rooms

Craneligh is an elegant victorian house with many original period features. All nine en-suite rooms individually furnished in traditional style.Checking in times- Between 2pm and 10pm. They do not have 24hour reception so regrettably they are unable check you in after 10pm. Just 1 1/2 mile from the city centre in a quiet residential area with private parking Cranleigh is ideal place to stay. Whether your visit is for business or pleasure you will find your room have every modern comfort. - including flat panel TV's, wifi internet access, mini bar fridges. You could even book a session in our Garden Hot Tub! The family room can accommodate up to 4 people. Children 5 years and over are welcome. Regrettably they can not accommodate children under 5 years. Enjoy a choice of breakfast from the extensive and imaginative menu. There is a licensed and have mini bars stocked with wine, beer and soft drinks - all at pub prices or less. Free internet access and broadband wireless connection available in all rooms. For the ultimate in relaxation you could treat yourself to a session in the Garden Hot Tub- small extra charge applies. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Millbrook
from £65
single, double, triple and family rooms

Millbrook is a former Victorian farmhouse situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. All rooms have stunning views over the beautiful Limpley Stoke valley, and all benefit from having en suite or private facilities, WiFi internet access, TV with video/ DVD, fair trade tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, etc. This is a fabulous area for walking and just a few hundred metres from the Kennet & Avon canal towpath yet is just 3 miles from the city of Bath. There is a large private parking area and secure storage for bicycles. Guests have access to the heated pool (seasonal). Millbrook is a non smoking house. You can be assured of a very warm welcome and a delicious breakfast with free range eggs from our own chickens and home made bread amongst other goodies! Good food is served at the friendly pubs nearby and fine dining is available at weekends at The Fig Tree restaurant in the nearby village of Monkton Combe. At weekends we only accept reservations for two or more nights, but single night bookings are often possible during the week. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Eagle House
from £65
single, double, triple and family rooms

Eagle House is a fine listed Georgian Manor House dating from 1750 set in a peaceful village just 3 miles from Bath. The house is grand but the atmosphere is informal with the accent on personal attention. Many rooms have far reaching views over the Avon valley. There are some large family rooms (one big enough for 5 people) and children, sharing their parents' accommodation stay free. In addition to the rooms in the main house there is an enchanting 2 bedroomed cottage in the old Walled Garden which sleeps 4 to 6 people. We are ideally situated for Bath, being only 3 miles away. There's an excellent bus service - 3 an hour in to the city and 3 back out - and ample private car parking within the hgarden and out of sight of the road. Many guests enjoy the fact that breakfast goes on to 10.00 am and it is possible sometimes, by arrangement, to organise breakfast even later. Guests appreciate the fact that they are welcome to bring their own alcoholic drinks and consume them without charge, either in their room or in the lovely Drawing Room with its 16 foot ceiling and real log fire (in Winter months). We are always happy to provide ice and glasses if required. Although we do not serve lunch or dinner we have two good establishments in the village both within easy walking distance and many more just a few minutes away by car or taxi. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Bridge Cottage
from £55
twin, double and family rooms

Bridge Cottage,a tastefully restored cottage located in the peaceful village of Bathford just 3 miles from the centre of the Georgian city of Bath. Ideaaly located for all the tourist attractions in bath and the surrounding environs including the quaint town of Bradford on Avon, Castle Combe and Lacock. Other places of interest include an hors drive to Stonehenge,Wells Cathedral,Wooky Hole and Cheddar Gorge. All rooms are Double En-suite bedrooms with the exception of the Suite in the Cottage Unit which has a Twin-Bedded bedroom and other facilities including self catering. This self contained self catering cottage has a kitchen, bathroom, twin bedded bedroom and a small lounge and private courtyard garden. Ideal as a family room as the lounge area can accommodate a 3rd bed for an additional adult or 2 small children for which there is an additional supplement of £15 for an adult and £10 for a child. An award-winning garden which has won first prize in the Bath in Bloom competition concludes this perfect retreat whether for business or pleasure you will find your stay at Bridge Cottage a comfortable and pleasurable one. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Spinney Cross
from £55
twin, double and triple rooms

Spinney Cross is in Kingsdown, a small hamlet some three miles from the cosmopolitan city of Bath, perched on the side of the beautiful Box valley.
Deer are known to roam the garden and pheasants strut the lawn. Wake up, draw your curtains to see the sunlit valley slopes and the Georgian city of Bath in the distance framed by majestic beech trees. There are opulent double bedrooms each with it’s own luxury bathroom. French windows opening onto the terrace provide private access. Enjoy the evening sun with a bottle of wine, taking in sunsets and scenery that will stay with you forever. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Shrubdown
from £70
double rooms

Family home set in two and a half acres of gardens with fantastic southerly views above the glorious Iford Manor and its renowned Peto garden. A sprawling house with a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Exellent pub grub, smart restaurants and a good selection of international eateries. Set amid a wealth of local attractions Bath, Longleat, Cheddar Gorge, Wells, Glastonbury, Bradford on Avon, Laycock, Avebury, Stonehenge to name but a few. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Swan Inn
from £65
double rooms

The Swan Inn at Kingsdown, near Bath, is a friendly, family run country Inn. Dating back to the end of the 18th century, it is surrounded by breathtaking countryside and has spectacular views over the tranquil Box Valley. Husband and wife team Patricia and Pete Jago have buit a reputation for consistently delivering high standards in food, drink and accommodation. We have 2 en-suite Double Bedrooms. One is in the Pub and one is more of a bedsit with full kitchen, with it's own small garden. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Great Ashley Farm
from £65
twin and double rooms

Bed and Breakfast Accommodation at Great Ashley Farm is quintessentially English, decorated with great style, charm and character, combining craftsman made furniture with delightful soft furnishings and fabrics, completely in keeping with its surroundings. The house overlooks a large natural pond abundant in wildlife and is surrounded by fields – watch the cattle graze, the horses play and chickens scratch. Whether you are a business traveller or your intention is to get away from it all. You will appreciate the friendliness, relaxed atmosphere & hospitality at this delightful B&B and with the lovely food in an idyllic setting it will make you reluctant to leave and certainly want to return. (back to top)


Cottages in Bath, The Cotswolds
 
Bath Accommodation -  Laura's Townhouse Apartments
from £100 for 1 night
apartments for two to six people

Romantic and beautiful holiday apartments either in the centre of Bath, right next door to the Roman Baths or close to the Royal Crescent or in the outskirts. We even have one in the Cotswold Market town of Tetbury! Each one is convenient to all the heritage sites, from the Roman Baths to the new Thermae Bath Spa. These apartments are close to fantastic shopping, superb restaurants and cafes, lovely parks, and the many historic buildings of Bath. All flats are non-smoking and fully furnished with TV, stereo, all linen, tea and coffee, etc. and the rate varies for the time of year and the length of stay, but always includes all taxes and utilities. The flats range in size from studio apartments to complete houses. You can either cook your own breakfast or step outside and take your pick of the many excellent restaurants near by. Everything you can imagine is at your doorstep. Two night minimum stays with three night minimum stays on holiday weekends. These are special apartments in unique locations, arranged to make your stay in Bath perfect in every way. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Great Ashley Farm Cottage
from £255 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

Great Ashley Farm Cottage is a delightful 18th Century barn conversion located on the edge of Great Ashley Farm, Bradford-on-Avon, a working family farm set off the beaten track nestling within the beautiful Wiltshire countryside in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty just 15 minutes from the World Heritage City of Bath, 10 minutes from the Saxon town of Bradford-on-Avon and within easy reach of the M4 Motorway Junctions 17 & 18 making London and London Heathrow Airport less than a 2 hour drive away – Making it a fantastic venue for an effortless and enjoyable holiday. The holiday cottage is tucked away in the small hamlet of Great Ashley. Through the five barred wooden gate the gravelled drive leads to the cottage offering ample parking and a garden - a real cottage in the countryside! Great Ashley Farm cottage offers outstanding views across the rolling Wiltshire countryside as far as Salisbury plain and the White Horse at Westbury. Just down in the Limpley Stoke Valley a short cycle ride or walk away you will find the picturesque Kennet and Avon Canal. A must for any visitor to the area. (back to top)


Bath Accommodation -  Pig Wig  Deluxe Cottage
from £165 for 3 nights
cottage for five people

Luxurious barn conversions with rustic charm. Exposed beams, galleried first floor, full central heating, log burning stoves and original pine furnishings. Own patio, patio furniture and barbque. Games room. Childrens play area. Free range ducks and chickens. Collect your own eggs for breakfast in the laying season. Electricity, bed linen and towels. Starter pack, fruit basket, local milk, local butter, local wine included. Open all year. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Loose Box
from £496 for 2 nights
cottage for six people

In the peaceful village of Atworth, near Bath, are two luxurious self-catering holiday cottages, lovingly-converted from stone barns. Situated within the extensive grounds of the owners’ Grade II listed home (which dates back to 1740), and enjoying panoramic rural views of the Wiltshire countryside. Guest facilities include use of a stunning 13 metre heated indoor swimming pool, superbly equipped gym, sauna, tennis court, and children’s adventure playground. Fairfield Barns has been rated as "5 stars" by the English Tourism Council. The welcome pack includes fresh fruit, flowers, wine and a continental breakfast basket for your first morning. They also pamper you and your children with a selection of toiletries. The village shop, garage and pub are within a short walk. There are many other country pubs and restaurants nearby. The cottage is perfectly situated as a touring centre, being within easy reach of many National Trust properties and gardens, Longleat Safari Park and the prehistoric ruins of Stonehenge. This property offers 3 double rooms, 3 en-suites, corner bath and over-bath shower, a open-plan lounge/dining room with wood-burning stove, a french windows to private garden and a kitchen. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Haybarn
from £475 for 2 nights
cottage for five people

In the peaceful village of Atworth, near Bath, are two luxurious self-catering holiday cottages, lovingly-converted from stone barns. Situated within the extensive grounds of the owners’ Grade II listed home (which dates back to 1740), and enjoying panoramic rural views of the Wiltshire countryside. Guest facilities include use of a stunning 13 metre heated indoor swimming pool, superbly equipped gym, sauna, tennis court, and children’s adventure playground. Fairfield Barns has been rated as "5 stars" by the English Tourism Council. The welcome pack includes fresh fruit, flowers, wine and a continental breakfast basket for your first morning. They also pamper you and your children with a selection of toiletries. The village shop, garage and pub are within a short walk. There are many other country pubs and restaurants nearby. The cottage is perfectly situated as a touring centre, being within easy reach of many National Trust properties and gardens, Longleat Safari Park and the prehistoric ruins of Stonehenge. This property offers 2 double rooms- 1 double can create 2 singles, 1 single, 2 en-suite bathrooms with shower over jacuzzi bath, an open-plan lounge/dining room with wood-burning stove, french windows to a private garden and kitchen. (back to top)


Cheltenham accommodation -  Little Barn
from £241 for 2 nights
cottage for four people

Occupying a superb position with wonderful rural views, yet within a mile or so of Cheltenham's elegant town centre, these delightful cottages have been created from a range of 19th-century barns and are furnished and equipped to high standards. All cottages enjoy a good choice of shared facilities including a covered heated swimming-pool, an all-weather tennis court and a croquet lawn. The cottages are well equipped, with an automatic washing machine, microwave oven and dishwasher, and each cottage has its own sitting-out area with patio and furniture. All the fascinating corners of the beautiful Regency spa town of Cheltenham are immediately to hand: there is an art gallery, a museum, tempting boutiques, antique shops, plentiful restaurants and inns. Only a short walk away is Cheltenham's racecourse. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Brewery Vaults
from £209 for 2 nights
cottage for four people

Lying in the heart of a conservation village, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this unique listed property forms part of the Old Brewery, a local landmark. The superb accommodation is built within a natural stone vaulted hall, once the brewing hall, and offers an individual and beautifully presented base from which to explore the World Heritage City of Bath, and the many National Trust properties and pretty villages in the vicinity. Within walking distance is Freshford's railway station, offering a 10-minute ride into Bath 6miles away; here visitors will find a myriad of interesting shops, restaurants, museums and galleries, together with the famous Roman Baths, Pump Rooms and Royal Crescent. There is riding, tennis, fishing and golf locally, as well as an inn and restaurant in the village. There is a spacious living/dining-room with vaulted ceiling, a modern fitted kitchen, a bathroom/W.C. with over-bath shower. On the first floor,there is a double bedroom with 5ft four-poster bed and a galleried twin-bedded room. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  The Cottage
from £333 for 7 nights
cottage for two people

Just 10 miles from the Georgian delights of Bath, this pretty and spacious cottage is beautifully set in 2 acres of gardens. Adjoining the owners' 17th-century home, it has been furnished to a good standard throughout. Visitors enjoy shared use of the grounds with a tennis and croquet lawn and a walled vegetable garden. The location is peaceful - in the heart of Wiltshire countryside - yet only 5 minutes' drive from Corsham. Nearby Corsham Court is an Elizabethan mansion in Capability Brown parkland, whilst Bath offers elegant shopping and a fine choice of restaurants and inns. Picturesque Lacock is 3 miles away. The cottage has a comfortable living room with open fire, a modern fitted kitchen with dining area, a double bedroom and a bathroom/W.C. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Paulton
from £164 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

In Paulton Village, near the Mendip Hills (between Bath and Wells), is this part of a fully converted Chapel, tastefully furnished for 4. This is an excellent base for exploring Bath and northeast Somerset and there are lovely walks and scenery on the Mendips, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Nearby attractions include Bath with its Roman Baths, the famous Cheddar Gorge and Caves, Glastonbury Tor and Wells, a Cathedral City. A little further afield is Longleat House and Safari Park. Shop and pub with food a quarter of a mile away and restaurant 1 mile away. The cottage has a lounge/diner, a kitchen, a bathroom with shower over bath, a toilet and basin and two bedrooms: 1 kingsize, the other, a twin. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Foxglove
from £164 for 3 nights
cottage for two people

Set within the delightful village of Monkton Combe just 2miles south of the beautiful city of Bath, these two delightful single-storey cottages have been sympathetically renovated and furnished to a very high standard, retaining a great deal of character with exposed beams and stonework. Constructed from honey-coloured Cotswold stone, they form part of a set of three cottages formed from the original dairy and are set round a pretty central courtyard within the grounds of the owner's GradeII Listed barn conversion. Visitors may enjoy shared use (at guests' own use) of the owners' open-air heated swimming-pool from May to Sept inclusive. The area offers a wealth of attractions. Bath, famous for its hot springs and associated Roman Baths, is Britain's best preserved Georgian city, with miles of elegant terraces as well as excellent shops. Several National Trust properties are within easy reach, notably Stourhead and Dyrham Park, as well as Longleat, Cheddar, Glastonbury and the cathedral city of Wells. Walking, riding, golf and the Kennet and Avon Canal can all be enjoyed locally. The village pub is two minutes' walk. The cottage has a level access to a beamed living/dining-room with gas-effect `wood-burner' and a modern fitted kitchen. There is a double bedroom with en-suite shower room/W.C. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Worcester  Villas
from £209 for 2 nights
cottage for two people

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Bath accommodation -  Eastwood  Lodge
from £209 for 2 nights
cottage for three people

This lovely detached 18th-century cottage sits overlooking the Georgian Heritage city of Bath, with stunning and far-reaching views across the city skyline, and further superb views from its rooftop terrace. Formerly a gardener's lodge, it has been carefully restored to provide a comfortable and well-equipped base for exploring the delights of Bath, which include the abbey, pump rooms, the Crescent and many excellent shops and restaurants. Good walking from the door, with NT Prior Park and Dyrham Park close by, as well as other places of interest such as Longleat, Cheddar Gorge, Wells Cathedral and Glastonbury Tor. The cottage has a living room with gas `coal-effect' fire,a dining-room/sun room with tiled floor, a modern kitchen, a utility area with W.C. On the first floor, there is a double bedroom,a single bedroom and a shower room/W.C. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Henley  Farmhouse Studio
from £119 for 2 nights
cottage for two people

Situated adjacent to the owner's listed farmhouse this 16th century barn, with far reaching views over the countryside, has been converted to provide cosy accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the area. Bath, 6 miles away, offers shops, cafés, inns and many places of interest all in the magnificent surroundings of its Georgian and Roman Heritage. The abbey town of Lacock and Bradford-on-Avon are also nearby. There are many walks in the area, and the cottage are situated on the Macmillan way. There is a shop and pub 1½ miles away. The cottage has lounge with a double bed & a dining area, an old, bread oven & beams, a kitchen with tiled floor, a bathroom with bath, a shower attachment, toilet & basin. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Sydney Mews
from £237 for 2 nights
cottage for four people

Set in the heart of the beautiful Georgian heritage city of Bath, this pleasantly located mews house provides a most comfortable and well-equipped base. Adjoining another property, it lies within walking distance of Bath's attractions including the famous Roman Baths (with Britain's only hot springs), Bath Abbey and the Pump Rooms, together with excellent shopping, restaurants, theatre and many museums. Within easy driving distance are Dyrham Park (NT), Weston-Super-Mare, Wells (the smallest cathedral city in Britain) and Cheddar, with its breathtaking limestone gorge and huge caverns. Forty five minutes' drive away is the famous site of Stonehenge, the mysterious prehistoric monument which attracts millions of visitors a year. There is a double bedroom with ensuite shower room/W.C, a separate bathroom/W.C., a utility. On The first floor there is a spacious living/dining-room with laminate wood-style floor, French doors opening out to overlook church and a well-equipped, modern beechwood-style kitchen area and a double bedroom. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Rose Cottage
from £263 for 2 nights
cottage for five people

A delightful 45-minute walk along the towpath from historic Bath, this attractive and comfortable property enjoys lovely private views over the Kennet and Avon canal from its patio garden. Refurbished, this double-fronted cottage at the end of a row, is just 400 yards from the heart of the village of Bathampton, with the first Governor of Australia buried in its chapel. Bath (2miles), one of Britain's most elegant cities, offers spectacular architecture, interesting shops, good food and nightlife. Bristol is 13 miles away. Excellent and very old pub 250 yards away. The cottage has an entrance hall, a modern, well-equipped, fitted kitchen, an attractive sitting/dining-room with coal-effect fire and a door to the garden. There is a cloakroom/W.C, also. On the first floor there are three pretty bedrooms; one double, one twin-bedded and one single. There is a bathroom/W.C. with over-bath shower. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Taffy's  Cottage
from £192 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

Set on the edge of the picturesque village of Rode, this property is located in a beautiful parkland setting with extensive rural views. It is in an ideal situation for Bath, 10 miles away. Bristol, Wells, Stonehenge, Cheddar and its gorge are all within approximately 26 miles, and Longleat, 4 miles away. There are also several NT properties in the area. Within the grounds are a tennis court and fishing rights on the River Frome, beautiful gardens. There is a shop and a pub 1 mile away. All on ground floor, the cottage has a lounge with beams, an ornamental fireplace & French doors to a patio, a dining room/kitchen, 2 bedrooms - 1 double with en-suite shower room with a toilet & basin, 1 twin room and a bathroom with toilet & basin. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Circus Mews
from £396 for 7 nights
cottage for five people

This convenient mews house (with integral garage) and quiet south-facing rear courtyard, in a quiet street in the centre of the world heritage cty of Bath, is wonderfully located for relaxing after enjoying the architecture and diverse cultural atttractions of this charming city. The shop, pub and restaurant are 250 yards away. On the ground floor, there is a kitchen/diner, a study, a cloakroom with toilet and basin. On the first floor, thereis a lounge, a bathroom with toilet and basin, 2 bedrooms, including a twin and a single. On the second floor, there is the kingsize bedroom with en-suite shower, a toilet and basin. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Honeymead Cottage
from £146 for 3 nights
cottage for two people

Set within an acre of grounds in the Golden Valley with open views over the countryside, this lovely south facing former miners cottage has been refurbished to a very good standard, offering a peaceful retreat. An ideal base for exploring the surrounding area, only 5 miles from the World Heritage city of Bath. Visit the cathedral city of Wells, Cheddar Gorge, Glastonbury, Stonehenge, Longleat House and Safari Park. NT properties nearby include Stourhead House and Gardens, Montacute House and Dyrham Park. The shops and pubs are one mile away. On the ground floor, there is a lounge, a kitchen/diner with tiled floor. On the first floor, there is a double bedroom with beams, a bathroom with shower over bath, and a toilet & basin. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Sheepfair Cottage
from £305 for 3 nights
cottage for three to five people

This light and airy, comfortably-furnished stone cottage, with small patio garden, nestles on the edge of a traditional Cotswold village. Part of a group, it is only 100yards from the shops and pubs in Marshfield - once a major staging point for travellers and cattle drovers from Bristol to London. Bath, Castle Coombe and Badminton a 15-minute drive. Walk the Cotswold Way from Cold Ashton nearby, or simply step out of the cottage into unspoilt, and little frequented, countryside. The cottage has a living room with wood-burning stove, a feature low window and beam. One step down leads to a large modern fitted kitchen/dining room with ornamental stone fireplace, a tiled floor and a stable door to the patio. Four steps up to study area leading to a utility and shower room/W.C. A curved staircase with natural stone wall leads to first floor, where there are three bedrooms; one double, one twin-bedded, one single with Velux window. There is a bathroom/W.C. with shower attachment. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Noad Coach House
from £195 for 3 nights
cottage for six people

Set on the edge of the picturesque village of Rode, this property is located in a beautiful parkland setting with extensive rural views. It is in an ideal situation for Bath, 10 miles away. Bristol, Wells, Stonehenge, Cheddar and its gorge are all within approximately 26 miles, and Longleat, 4 miles away. There are also several NT properties in the area. Within the grounds are a tennis court and fishing rights on the River Frome, beautiful gardens. There is a shop and a pub 1 mile away. The cottage has a spacious lounge and a kitchen with breakfast area. On the first floor, there are three bedrooms - 1 spacious double, 1 large twin, 1 small twin, a bathroom with shower over bath and a toilet & basin. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Shaplands  Barn
from £345 for 3 nights
cottage for four to six people

Shaplands Barn has been lovingly converted - offering light and airy living. One of a pair, it lies in a quiet lane within a small village, which has its own church and pub. The village is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is famous for being on the Cotswold Way. Only 4 miles from jct 18 on the M4, it is very well placed for exploring the area - whether walking, cycling or taking day trips to NT Dyrham Park, Westonbirt Aboretum or Lacock. The city of Bath is just 6 miles away with its famous Roman baths and Georgian stone crescents. A couple of miles away is the village of Marshfield with village shop, delicatessen and gastro pubs. The cottage has a large beamed living/dining-room with wood-burning stove, a wooden floor, a window with traditional shutters and a large French doors to courtyard garden and an open-plan with large kitchen with stone floor. There is a separate W.C., a large mezzanine floor with seating, a day bed (for +2) and a glass and oak balustrade overlooking ground floor. On the first floor, there is a double bedroom en-suite shower room/W.C. (double shower), a double bedroom with 6ft (zip & link beds) and a bathroom/W.C. with shower attachment. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  The Stables
from £228 for 2 nights
cottage for six people

Sweeping views across the valley can be enjoyed from The Stables, which is set in 12 acres of pasture in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside. Single-storeyed and one of a pair, it lies adjacent to the owner's Grade II listed barn and hs been converted to a high standard using simple, elegant and natural materials. This protected site makes it ideal for lovers of the countryside, with many forms of wildlife frequenting the grounds. The Georgian city of Bath is 3 miles away with its fine architecture, Roman baths, shops and restaurants. Nearby are Bradford-on-Avon, Castle Combe, Lacock and many NT properties. Fishing, 2 golf courses (5minutes away) and country walks from the door. Village pub is 10 minutes' walk. The cottage has a large oak-beamed living/dining-room with wood-burning stove, rugs on oak floor and French doors to the garden. There is a spacious well-equipped contemporary-style kitchen with limestone floor and a beamed double bedroom with cast-iron bed and en-suite shower room/W.C. There is a double bedroom with oak four-poster bed and a pretty twin-bedded room with valley views, a bathroom/W.C. with glass shower and a roll-top bath and limestone floor. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  The Green Farm
from £383 for 3 nights
cottage for six people

This superb 17th-century village house of great character, with its own private garden, has been elegantly restored and furnished. Situated on the village green where the ancient stocks still stand, just 8 miles from Bath and close to Bradford-on-Avon, Norton St Philip and the Cotswolds. Within easy reach of Wookey Hole, Cheddar Gorge, Wells, Glastonbury, Longleat, Salisbury and Stonehenge. The pub/restaurant, shop and Post Office all 100yards away. The cottage has a sitting-room with open fire, a dining-room,a luxury kitchen/breakfast room, a cloakroom/W.C. An original oak spiral staircase leads to the first floor with a double bedroom with four-poster bed and an en-suite bathroom/W.C. with over-bath shower. There is a small twin-bedded room, a large twin-bedded room and a bathroom/W.C. with over-bath shower. Oak beams throughout. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Kensington Place
from £183 for 3 nights
cottage for two people

This lovely Grade II listed ground floor apartment is superbly located in the World Heritage Georgian city of Bath, within 1 mile of the city centre. Nicely furnished, well fitted and equipped, retaining original features, it provides spacious accommodation for a couple with open views to the rear. Among the many attractions are the famous Roman Baths, Pump Rooms, Royal Crescent, Bath Abbey and excellent selection of shops and restaurants. Lovely walking along Kennet and Avon Canal, National Trust properties, golf and horse riding. Shops and pubs are 200 yards away. On the ground floor, there is a lounge, a dining room, a kitchen, a double bedroom and a shower room with toilet & basin. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Bluebell
from £180 for 2 nights
cottage for two people

Set within the attractive village of Monkton Combe just 2 miles south of the beautiful city of Bath, these two delightful single-storey cottages have been sympathetically renovated and furnished to a very high standard, retaining a great deal of character with exposed beams and stonework. Constructed from honey-coloured Cotswold stone, they form part of a set of three cottages formed from the original dairy and are set round a pretty central courtyard within the grounds of the owner's Grade II Listed barn conversion. Visitors may enjoy shared use (at guests' own risk) of the owners' open-air heated swimming-pool from May to Sept inclusive. Village pub is a 2 minutes walk away. The cottage has level access to beamed living/dining-room with gas-effect `wood-burner' and a modern fitted kitchen. There is a double bedroom with en-suite shower room/W.C. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Hayloft
from £279 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

Enjoying a peaceful location with superb country views of the Westbury White Horse, yet just 12 miles from the beautiful Georgian city of Bath, Blue Barn Farm is within easy reach of the delightful towns of Bradford-on-Avon, Longleat, Salisbury and Wells, and only a few miles from the much filmed village of Lacock. Set within the 10-acre grounds of the owners' farmhouse, the Grade II listed former Coach House has disabled facilities on the ground floor, whilst The Hayloft has a separate living room. Set around a courtyard and adjoining one another, they have been recently converted to a very high standard whilst retaining a great deal of character, offering spacious, light and airy accommodation. There are real oak floors throughout, with vaulted ceilings and a galleried landing in The Hayloft. Visitors enjoy shared use of the owners' grounds, and each have a private sitting out area. French doors lead to large living room with double height vaulted ceiling leading to a large kitchen/dining-room with a stable door to the front courtyard. There is a twin-bedded room, a bathroom/W.C. with over-bath shower. A pine staircase leads to the first floor with a galleried landing, with the master double bedroom with 6ft bed and vaulted ceiling. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  The Coach House
from £279 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

Enjoying a peaceful location with superb country views of the Westbury White Horse, yet just 12 miles from the beautiful Georgian city of Bath, Blue Barn Farm is within easy reach of the delightful towns of Bradford-on-Avon, Longleat, Salisbury and Wells, and only a few miles from the much filmed village of Lacock. Set within the 10-acre grounds of the owners' farmhouse, the Grade II listed former Coach House has disabled facilities on the ground floor, whilst The Hayloft has a separate living room. Set around a courtyard and adjoining one another, they have been recently converted to a very high standard whilst retaining a great deal of character, offering spacious, light and airy accommodation. There are real oak floors throughout, with vaulted ceilings and a galleried landing in The Hayloft. Visitors enjoy shared use of the owners' grounds, and each have a private sitting out area. French doors open to a large open-plan kitchen/dining-room with solid oak floor, a living room with French doorsthat lead to a private courtyard. There is a twin-bedded room with a wider door for disabled access. There is a large wet room/W.C. with facilities for disabled. A pine staircase leads to first floor with a large master double bedroom with 6ft four-poster bed, a vaulted beamed ceiling, a solid oak floor and a bathroom/W.C. with over-bath shower. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Marshfield
from £158 for 3 nights
cottage for two people

This super little cottage is located to the rear of the owner's house in the 'Chocolate Box' Cotswold stone village of Marshfield with its 'olde worlde' shops and pubs. Imaginatively created from a stable and loft to provide high quality accommodation, whilst retaining touches of the original character, the cottage is peaceful and quiet and holidaymakers can relax in the owner's lovely half acre garden, summerhouse and paddock. Marshfield makes a good base to explore the southern Cotswold Hills and the beautiful city of Bath with its Roman baths and sweeping Regency terraces is just 8 miles, Castle Combe is 5 miles and Badminton 7 miles. Shops, pubs and a restaurant are 400 yards away. On the ground floor there is a lounge/diner and on the first floor there is a kitchen, a shower room with toilet and basin and a double bedroom. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  The Cottage
from £333 for 7 nights
cottage for two people

Just 10 miles from the Georgian delights of Bath, this pretty and spacious cottage is beautifully set in 2 acres of gardens. Adjoining the owners' 17th-century home, it has been furnished to a good standard throughout. Visitors enjoy shared use of the grounds with a tennis and croquet lawn and a walled vegetable garden. The location is peaceful - in the heart of Wiltshire countryside - yet only 5 minutes' drive from Corsham. Nearby Corsham Court is an Elizabethan mansion in Capability Brown parkland, whilst Bath offers elegant shopping and a fine choice of restaurants and inns. Picturesque Lacock is 3 miles away. Comfortable living room with open fire. There is a modern fitted kitchen with dining area, a double bedroom and bathroom/W.C. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Yerbury Coach House
from £174 for 3 nights
cottage for four people

Set on the edge of the picturesque village of Rode, this property is located in a beautiful parkland setting with extensive rural views. It is in an ideal situation for Bath, 10 miles away. Bristol, Wells, Stonehenge, Cheddar and its gorge are all within approximately 26 miles, and Longleat, 4 miles away. There are also several NT properties in the area. Within the grounds are a tennis court and fishing rights on the River Frome, beautiful gardens. There is a shop and a pub 1 mile away. The cottage has a spacious lounge, a kitchen with breakfast area, a bathroom with shower over bath, a toilet & basin. On the first floor there are two bedrooms - 1 beamed double & twin. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Coach House
from £130 for 2 nights
cottage for two to four people

Detached maisonnette converted to a very good standard throughout, this charming 17th-century former coach-house is situated on the edge of the village overlooking the surrounding countryside. Set in the grounds of the owner's former rectory, it has a utility room and cloakroom downstairs, with the rest of the accommodation on the first floor. Close to Bath, Wells and Bristol, it makes an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding area. Lovely walks on the Mendips and lots of historic houses and gardens to visit. The pub is 500 yards away. The accommodation consists of a lounge, a dining room, a kitchen, a bathroom with toilet & basin, a utility room, a separate toilet with basin, a twin bedroom and double sofa bed. (back to top)


Bath accommodation -  Shoscombe
from £148 for 3 nights
cottage for two people

In a rural location this well presented semi-detached stone cottage, with use of a hot tub and availability of coarse fishing, is near the historic spa city of Bath (5 miles) and 11 miles from the lovely cathedral city of Wells, ideally located for exploring Somerset. Enjoy days out to Cheddar Gorge and Caves, Longleat, Stourhead Gardens, Glastonbury Tor and Bath, with its wealth of history from the Roman Baths to the Georgian Assembly Rooms and Pump Room, where visitors can sample the famous spa water or indulge in bath buns and coffee. The shop is 2 miles away, the pub and restaurant 1 mile away. The accommodation consists of a lounge/kitchen/diner, a bathroom with shower over corner bath, a toilet and basin, a double bedroom (zip/link beds). (back to top)


Hostels in Bath, The Cotswolds
 
Bath accommodation -  St Christopher's Inn
from £17
a range of rooms private and shared

St Christopher's Bath hostel is housed in a Georgian building located in Bath city centre, one block from Bath Abbey and five blocks from Queen Victoria Park. Bristol Airport is 22 miles away, with an approximate driving time of 40 minutes.
Hotel Features. St Christopher's Bath hostel houses a games room and features a television in the lobby. Wireless Internet access is available in the air-conditioned public areas. Other amenities include laundry facilities and a safe-deposit box, and multilingual staff are on hand to offer advice on Bath's wealth of sights. St Christopher's Inn is a sports bar that features three plasma screens and serves traditional English pub food with daily specials, as well as lighter, healthier dishes. The pub hosts a regular open-mic night. Eight dormitories are located on three floors, all of which feature simple decor with functional furnishings and offer wireless Internet access, housekeeping services, shared bathrooms and electronic keys. (back to top)


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