Newly renovated Georgian style house built in 1957 for a local builder, with bright spacious accommodation spread over two floors. There are three large double bedrooms,with clock radios, hair-dryers and heat pads. 2 bedrooms have basins. A bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle with choice of two showers. Separate WC. Lovely sitting room with six windows overlooking the walled gardens and patio areas. Digital TV, VCR, DVD and radio. Broadband, books, games and tourist information.
Dining room with seating for six persons and second TV. Fully fitted kitchen,with larder fridge and ceramic hob, electric oven, microwave, kettle and toaster. Utility room with fridge freezer, dish washer, washing machine, tumble dryer, ironing board and iron. Conservatory with rocking chair and garden chairs leading to patio with picnic table and barbecue. Cloakroom with WC and basin. Peaceful garden with trees, shrubs and lawns, yet close to good bus service. Good sized garage and permit parking.
My friends and I had a great time in 1 Cedar Villas.
It was really like our home away from home. The kitchen and rooms were all very well equipped and cosy. Everything was so organised and ran smoothly from the moment I booked with Liz until we checked out.
Her friendly manner and hospitaaality made us all feel welcomed right from the start. We will definitely be booking again in the future.
The weather was very unpleasant during our stay but the house was so fantastic that we didn't mind staying in and just having a relaxing time.
1 Cedar Villas is adjacent the Hayesfield School playing fields, in Lower Oldfield Park and is on a regular bus route to Bath University.
It takes just 10 minutes to walk to Bath City centre, with the new shopping malls Thermal baths, and the bus and railway stations. Bath is famous for its beautiful Georgian architecture, the Royal Crescent and the Circus, Pulteney Bridge and the Roman Baths. There are museums, art galleries, antique shops, theatres, cinemas, restaurants, award winning parks and National Trust properties to visit. The river Avon and Kennet and Avon canal are close by and the sports centre, Bath Rugby and cricket draw many visitors to the City.
There is a Sainsbury's supermarket and Pub/Restaurant within 5 mins' walk, and Moorland Road with its independent shops is just 8 to10 minutes' walk away.
Bath is ideally located for the exploration of the West Country. Among nearby attractions you will find Bristol, Longleat, Cheddar, Wells and Glastonbury to name but a few.
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