|Minimum Stay||1 - 2 nights|
Sitting pretty on the corner of a quiet residential street, this sociable house ranges over three floors and has a small garden for alfresco drinks and dining. The smart entrance has original decorative floor tiles and oak floor boards leading to the kitchen.
The Ground Floor
The large 'L' shaped contemporary fitted kitchen has a range style cooker with a 5 ring gas hob over two ovens. The units hold a microwave, a dishwasher, a large fridge and plenty of extra storage. A large wood topped central island with more storage underneath has 3 comfortable bar stools and a there is a docking station for an I-phone/I-pad/1-pod. The dining table seats 8 with another small gate legged table that can be added on to the end to accommodate another 2. Off the kitchen is a newly renovated bathroom with WC, hand basin and shower. Alongside in separate utility cupboard is a washing machine and mini-freezer and just outside is a tanked cupboard housing the tumble dryer.
Floor to ceiling glass doors lead off from the dining table and open up fully to the private garden. Outside is an attractive little walled garden with an outdoor table and chairs for 6 on a sun deck beside a paved lawn.
On this floor is a large bedroom with an original marble fireplace. There is a painted cream and oak chest of drawers and wardrobe, TV and a large armchair in a spacious bay window. Two 3' beds can zip and link to become a 6' bed.
The First Floor
A large, pleasant blue and oak living room looks over towards pretty Victorian terraced houses and gardens that line this street. The room has an elegant original cast iron fireplace at one end with a mirror over. There is a large TV with DVD and a bookcase in an alcove with a selection of books and films. Seating is provided by a large dark blue 3-seater sofa, a compact 2 seater sofa in the bay window, a large pale blue armchair and a 2 seater sofa-bed.
A spacious double room with an original tiled decorative fireplace has a 4'6'' bed, a tallboy and fitted wardrobe in one alcove. Two large sash windows overlook quiet residential streets.
Further along on this floor is a pretty terracotta coloured twin room with two 3' beds, a chest of drawers with mirror over and small fitted wardrobe.
Also at this level is a family sized bathroom tiled throughout in terrazzo tiles, with bath, a shower handset, hand basin, WC and storage.
The Second Floor
Under the eaves is a very spacious double room in blue and red with an original cast iron fireplace and en-suite. Two sash windows look over pretty streets and gardens to the hills beyond. All the furniture is contemporary oak and comprises of a 5' bed, (with restricted headroom at the head of the bed) two chests of drawers and a large wardrobe. The room also has a large blue armchair and a TV.
A compact en-suite has a shower, hand basin and WC along with lots of shelving for storage.
Finally, there is a pretty single room with an original fireplace and a window overlooking the hills that form a ring around the city. There is a 3' bed and small chest of drawers with hanging space available in a landing cupboard. There is also another 3' trundle bed should room for a 10th person be needed.
The property comes with a garage to park a small/medium size car (size of garage is 4.88 m x 2.44m (16' x 8'). There is also a permit allowing a second car to park in one of the resident's bays. Alternatively the Bath Spa train and bus stations are a 5 minute walk away.
Myself and friends have spent many a weekend away at various houses around the country; this one is the best yet. Great location (easily walkable to the city centre), nice welcome pack and information file, super comfy beds, throws & linen. Has everything you'll need. A real home from home. Total pleasure to stay here.
*Testimonial taken from www.bathholidayrentals.com
We always pick a home close to town for ease of walking. This home was perfect for train, restaurants, shops and historic sight seeing. It was very spacious for sleeping arrangements with our family of 7. It had everything we needed in the kitchen and I recommend cavendish cooks for a few meals as well. As I was vacationing from cooking! I recommend bringing a few games with you for down days or evenings in. It was nice for the kids on a rainy day to watch some movies that were in the home. We easily were able to park a van on teh street with teh provided permit. It was also very nice to have had the extras provided such as milk, muesli, cookies and wine. Nice touch.
The property benefits from being equal distance to the Bath high street and another gorgeous area of Bath called Widcombe. The local facilities in Widcombe Parade are very good and include a newsagent, chemist, a couple of coffee shops, hairdressers, florists, and several pubs, restaurants and Indian, Chinese and American takeaways. Alternatively Bath has a vast array of exciting shops, restaurants, bars, and cafes to choose from. There are many historic sites nearby along with museums and galleries. Visit the Komedia comedy club, the theatre Royal, or the Thermae Spa. Take a boat ride up river and have lunch at The Mill a popular waterside pub, rent bikes to ride along the canal towpath towards Bradford-upon Avon. Or simply enjoy the lovely city parks. Marks and Spencers or Waitrose are nearby for food supplies. The property is only a minute walk away from the canal where you can walk to Widcombe in one direction or as far as Bathampton in the other direction. Bike hire is also close by if you wanted to explore the canal path by bike. Alternatively long boats are available to hire if you wanted to do something different on your holiday by cruising down the canal.
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