GARDEN APARTMENT - BATH

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  2. 2 bedrooms
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  4. 1 bath
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Peaceful Georgian Maisonette - 2 Bedroom Accommodation In Central Bath Sleeps 4

11 Southcot Place is an absolute gem providing luxury self catering accommodation within a Georgian Terrace in the heart of Bath. Have a peaceful & relaxing stay and enjoy all that the city has to offer, within easy walking distance.



With close proximity to Bath Spa station, shops, restaurants, cafes and local attractions this is the perfect place to stay and make your base.



The accommodation is a Grade II Listed Georgian maisonette situated on a very quiet street but less than 3 minutes walk from Bath Spa station and Bath city centre shops, restaurants and cafes.



The apartment has been refurbished to a very high standard and offers spacious accommodation arranged over 2 floors covering a very spacious 90m2.

The property offers two generous bedrooms both with King size beds fitted with a Vi-Spring mattress.

There is a large period lounge with interconnecting kitchen and dining area with gorgeous views over the garden and Bath.



There is a modern bathroom with bath and shower over power shower, and under floor heating. In addition there is a separate cloakroom with WC.

You will find the apartment well laid out and warm with fully fitted kitchens, large HDTV, modern appliances, powerful showers and much more. We provide luxury cotton bedlinen and fluffy white towels during your stay.

The space
The garden apartment is arranged over 2 floors. The ground floor has level access from the main entrance on Southcot Place and is accessed through a private door off the communal hallway.

The ground floor living area provides an extremely comfortable and desirable space for 4 people. Entertainment is provided by a 50" Smart HDTV. A mesh network has been installed to ensure maximum possible wifi bandwidth throughout the property and is provided free of charge. Comfortable sofas provide relaxing seating to the main period living room.

For meal times the Kitchen/Dining Area has views overlooking the rear mediterranean-style garden and out towards Bath city centre. The Kitchen is fully equipped with induction hob, electric oven, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, microwave oven, extractor fan, toaster and kettle.

The Lower Ground Floor has two peaceful bedrooms served by a modern bathroom with bath and over power shower, wash basin and WC. On the mezzanine between the two floors is a cloakroom WC, and stepped access through the rear door down to the garden.

As part of its refurbishment, underfloor heating was fitted to the bathroom downstairs and efficient radiators everywhere else. There are fully automatic heating circuits that ensure the two floors are warm and toasty when required but not oppressively so overnight.

The bedrooms have high quality, extremely comfortable Vi-Spring beds with crisp white cotton bedding. All rooms have a minimalist feel and are finished with hand-made linen roman blinds. There is plenty of storage space with a chest of drawers and a hanging rail. A hairdryer is also provided for your use.


Bedroom 1 - Kingsize bed
Bedroom 2 - Kingsize bed


Externally to the rear there is a fantastic 30m2 mediterranean-style terrace garden which is for the sole use of the Garden apartment. It is perfect for outside dining and socialising and table and chairs have been provided for this purpose. The seating amidst olive trees and Greek urns provides a beautiful backdrop from which to enjoy the long summer evenings. The garden has an elevated aspect and has the feel of a rooftop garden.

Whilst this is a great space, the staircases (without stairgates and with wide gaps between stanchions), stepped access to the garden (with steep walls down) could present particular challenges to those with mobility problems and potentially for families with small children.

Please feel free to contact us to clarify any potential issues.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 king bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wi-Fi
Free street parking
TV
Bathtub
Shared patio or balcony
Backyard
Pack ’n play/Travel cot
Hair dryer
Refrigerator

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Where you’ll be

Bath, United Kingdom

Widcombe


Widcombe is a thriving community with excellent facilities and services. On the south-eastern fringes of Bath city centre, the area is only 1 or 2 minutes walk from both Southcot Place and Bath Spa Train Station / Southgate Shopping Centre..

Expect a warm welcome from our local Widcombe traders. The Parade has loads to offer whatever your fancy. Come and visit.

We are perfectly situated to enjoy the city of Bath, the surrounding countryside and all of the local attractions.

If visiting for the first time – the must sees are the Roman Baths, No1 Royal Crescent, The Circus, Bath Abbey, Victoria Art Gallery, Holbourne Museum, the American museum, and the Bath Fashion Museum. The city has two excellent theatres: The Ustinov and Theatre Royal.

There are lots of great places to eat. Our favourites are, the Garricks Head pub at the very centre of Bath, the King William Pub & Dining Rooms on London Road, The Hare & Hounds at the top of Landsdown Hill, The Marlborough Tavern at the end of Marlborough Buildings and the Pig just outside of Bath in Hunstrete. Notably the Scollopshell has just been named as Bath’s best Fish and Chips. For vegetarian and vegan diners why not try The Acorn Kitchen Restaurant, The Green Rocket Cafe or for authentic Indian street food go to Chaiwalla in the town centre. Bath is a city for coffee lovers with many independent coffee shops. We can recommend Mus in Widcombe or The Thoughtful Bread Company in the city centre.

For special occasions there are: Bath Priory, Lucknam Park, Allium Brasserie and the Royal Crescent Hotel.

For picnics, tennis, crazy golf or ice skating (in December) head for the Royal Victoria Park. It is a great space for general strolling and also for those seeking a great playground for younger children.

Just outside of Bath there are a number of great venues. These include Dyrham Park, Westonbirt Arboretum, Bath Races, the Royal Bath & West Showground and Lansdown Golf Club.

For those that like the great outdoors we are situated just hundreds of metres from the Rivor Avon, the Avon & Kennet Canal, the Cotswold Way and Bath Skyline. Two favourite activities of ours are the circular Kelston Hill walk and the circular two-tunnels cycle/walk.

For those that appreciate the finest we have local chef Richard Bertinet and his cookery school where you can learn to bake the best bread and then marry this with the finest cheese from award winning Bath Soft Cheese company.

The shopaholics are very well catered for with a wide range of city centre shops surrounding Milsom Street together with the relatively new Southgate shopping center. Those prepared to travel further to shop might wish to visit Clarkes village shopping, or the outlet centers at Swindon and Biscester.

If you feel like sight-seeing further afield then you could visit places such as the Cotswolds, Glastonbury, Wells, Bristol and visit attractions such as Stourhead, Stonehenge, Longleat Safari Park, Wookey Hole, Cheddar Gorge, the Mendips, the Black Mountains, the Brecon Beacons, Chew Valley Lakes, the local scuba diving center in Vobster, as well as local caving and pot holing etc.

For transport Bath is very well served by Great Western Railway, First Group Bus Service or a number of different taxi companys. For those wishing to find out where the wind takes them Virgin Balloons is one of a number of hot air balloon operators that takes off from either Royal Victoria Park or near to the Globe Pub.

After a ‘full-on’ day we recommend nothing better than the ‘healing waters’ at the Bath Spa and a tipple in the Gin Bar or a late night drink at our favourite bar – Opium just off Great Pulteney Street.



Links to things to do in and around Bath:











The Ram


The Ram ('The Very Local')


Great local pub (2mins away)






https://www.whitehartbath.co.uk


The White Hart ('The Also Very Local)

Great local Pub (2.5mins away)




http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/stoney-littleton-long-barrow/




Stoney Littleton Long Barrow is one of the country's finest accessible examples of a Neolithic chambered tomb. Dating from about 3500 BC, it is 30 metres long and has multiple burial chambers open to view.




http://www.wellowtrekking.com/




Wellow Trekking & Corporate Hospitality offers a range of group incentive and corporate entertainment activities tailored to meet your needs. Set in the picturesque village of Wellow, just six miles from the centre of the beautiful Georgian City of Bath, it's the ideal location for outdoor pursuits.

Wellow Trekking Centre also operates as a separate Horse Riding and Trekking Centre for adults and children of all ages, from beginners to experienced riders, with a large selection of rides deep into the heart of the countryside.




http://www.bathrugby.com




Watching Bath play at home at the Recreation (Rec) Ground at the very heart of Bath




http://no1royalcrescent.org.uk




No 1 Royal Crescent - A complete Georgian House as it was at the end of the 18th Century




http://www.romanbaths.co.uk




The Roman Baths complex is a site of historical interest in the English city of Bath. The house is a well-preserved Roman site for public bathing.




https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Victoria_Park,_Bath




Royal Victoria Park




http://parkfarm.co.uk




Bath Soft Cheese company




https://www.thermaebathspa.com




Thermae Bath Spa




http://www.thebertinetkitchen.com/fr/


The Bertinet Bakery




http://www.kingwilliampub.com




King William Pub & Dining Rooms




http://www.garricksheadpub.com




Garricks Head Pub & Dining Rooms




http://www.marlborough-tavern.com




Marlborough Tavern Pub




http://www.hareandhoundsbath.com




Hare & Hounds Pub




http://www.opiumbars.com/contact/


Opium Bar




http://www.theatreroyal.org.uk


Theatre Royal




http://www.odeon.co.uk/cinemas/bath/65/


Local Cinema




http://www.southgatebath.com


Modern Shopping Centre




http://www.holburne.org


Holbourbe Museum




http://www.bathabbey.org




Bath Abbey




www.nationaltrust.org.uk/bath-skyline


Bath Skyline




http://hosted.southglos.gov.uk/acrobat/Cotswold6.pdf




Circular Walk




https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/enjoy-the-waterways/canal-and-river-network/kennet-and-avon-canal




Cycling / Walking / Boating / Running the Kennet & Avon Canal (Bath – Bradford on Avon)




http://www.twotunnels.org.uk/directions.html




Cycle / Walk / Run the circular route around Bath




http://abbeyhotelbath.co.uk/allium/




Allium Brasserie @ Abbey Hotel Bath




http://www.thescallopshell.co.uk/fish-chips-bath/




Best Fish & Chips in Bath




https://www.thepighotel.com/near-bath/




The Pig Restaurant (Hunstrete) near Bath




http://www.thebathpriory.co.uk/restaurant




The Priory Restaurant




http://www.thebertinetkitchen.com




Cookery and Bread Making Classes.




http://www.bath-racecourse.co.uk




Bath Races




http://www.virginballoonflights.co.uk/location/bath-globe-roundabout/




Local Balloon Rides




http://visitbath.co.uk




Bath Tourist Information Centre




http://www.bathchronicle.co.uk




Bath’s Local Rag – what’s on




http://www.thomsonlocal.com/Taxis/in/Bath-Avon/




Taxi numbers in Bath




http://www.abbeytaxis.co.uk




Easiest taxi number to remember




http://www.bath.co.uk




Tourist Information Site




http://www.cotswolds.info/places/bath/




Tourist Information Site




http://visitbristol.co.uk




Tourist Information Site




http://www.firstgroup.com/bristol-bath-and-west/plan-journey/next-bus




Next bus




http://www.bath360.co.uk/shopping-in-bath.htm




Tourist Information




Bath Train Service




Great Western Railway

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