The lovely Georgian city of Bath in the English County of Somerset marks the most southerly end of the Cotswolds and has a long and colourful history dating back to Roman times. It is now a World Heritage Site and has some of the finest architecture in England, such as the Roman Baths and Pump Room, Bath Abbey, the Royal Crescent and Pulteney Bridge.
It is equally renowned for its theatre, music and arts festivals, galleries and gardens. Quality shopping, restaurants and a wide variety of sports venues are all modern amenities of this fine city. There are numerous hotels, bed and breakfast, b&b, inns and cottages in and around Bath.
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MACDONALD BATH SPA HOTEL
The Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel is unquestionably one of the finest 5-star hotels in Bath. The Bath Spa Hotel offers first-class accommodation, stylish meeting and function rooms, private landscaped gardens and a recently upgraded luxury spa.
Take time for yourself with a restorative spa treatment and relax in the tropical heat of the outdoor hydropool before dining in our award-winning restaurant. Then enjoy an evening stroll into Bath city centre or retire to your Imperial Suite with private butler service.
Marlborough House is an enchanting, small establishment owned and operated by Peter Moore in a friendly and informal style.
Located close to the heart of Georgian Bath, and all the major attractions, this large and impressive stone Victorian house has well proportioned and spacious rooms which are all furnished with antiques to create that individual period atmosphere. Marlborough House has six bedrooms; every one handsomely furnished with antiques and containing either an antique wood four-poster, or a Victorian brass and iron bed.
Each room is unique, and all are lovely, comfortable, scrupulously clean, and provided with complementary sherry and an abundant hostess tray. Each room has:
A direct dial telephone
High speed Internet access - Wi Fi
Alarm / Radio / Hair dryer
Colour television with remote control.
Guests might desire to stay the morning in the luxury of their room, where breakfast is available by room service.
Marlborough House is non-smoking throughout, as the proprietors and staff strive to keep the hotel environment as congenial as possible for all the guest.
The BEST WESTERN Abbey Hotel is ideally located in Bath city centre, within walking distance of its many attractions. Take a pleasant stroll from the hotel and you'll soon arrive at The Roman Baths, The Abbey, Pulteney Bridge and The Pump Rooms. If you want to explore wider Somerset, Bath train station is less than 5 minutes away on foot.
The hotel's charming, classic Georgian building was built in 1742, but we've made sure our guests enjoy 21st Century comfort with all the essential mod cons in every room.
Whether you want to walk along the high street, cycle beside the canal or cruise along the River Avon, you'll have your pick of things to do when you stay at the BEST WESTERN Abbey Hotel!
The BEST WESTERN Limpley Stoke Hotel enjoys a tranquil village location, yet lies just a 10 minute drive away from Bath. A truly romantic setting, the hotel is ideal for short breaks and long weekends though you might end up adding a few extra nights to your stay!
Peace and quiet are ever present at the BEST WESTERN Limpley Stoke Hotel. The superbly appointed lounges, open log fires and comfortable bedrooms see to that. Originally built in the 18th Century, this country mansion is as splendid as ever, with guests enjoying the serenity of a village location. We also have our very own coaching inn at the end of a long drive perfect for a drink after a hard day's relaxation!
Of course, as one of the country's oldest cities dating back to Roman times, Bath is full of historic buildings (and ruins!), gardens and of course, the Baths themselves. However, with spectacular views across the Avon Valley, the BEST WESTERN Limpley Stoke Hotel offers sightseeing opportunities of its own!
BEST WESTERN The Cliffe Hotel offers peace, quiet and quality in the countryside. Overlooking woodland on the side of a cliffe', this wonderful country house hotel also boasts views across the wonderful Avon and Limpley Stoke Valley.
Built in 1820, the hotel was originally a family home. The good news is that we've stayed true to its warm, cosy feel. The pace of life here couldn't be further from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, so you'll have plenty of time to reflect and relax.
Just 4.5 miles from Bath, BEST WESTERN The Cliffe Hotel offers lots of opportunity to get out and about with the reassurance of returning to an individually styled room every night!
A beautiful English house, full of character and oak beams, nestled in the stunning Wiltshire countryside, near Bath
The farmhouse is a picturesque Grade II Listed building which was built in 1650 and extended in Victorian times. It is said that Charles Dickens was so inspired by this beautiful Wiltshire village that he named his first successful novel, Pickwick Papers, after it.
Pickwick itself is next to the town of Corsham and situated just 15 minutes from the Georgian city of Bath and 10 minutes from the market town of Chippenham.
All rooms consist of:
Television, radio, hairdryer
Hospitality tray with tea, coffee, hot chocolate & home-made biscuits
All our guests have access to:
Ample free, private, off-road parking
Iron, washing machine & tumble dryer
Comfortable arm chairs to relax in
Pickwick Lodge B&B has an enviable reputation for providing an award winning breakfast - as deemed by the adjudicators of the "Taste of the West". All our ingredients are sourced locally, where possible, to offer the highest standards.
Welcome to Oakfield Farm - quiet site only 15 miles
from Bath and Bristol
Our camping field is over 3/4 acre, set in the most private part of the farm with lovely views to the Cotswold Escarpment (only 15 miles from Bath).
We are happy to accommodate tents however our facilities are only basic at present - a portaloo and a washbasin with hot water.
We have our own access directly to the footpath network, which begins along the bank of the Little Avon River and links to The Cotswold Way Trail (1.3 miles).
King Lane which connects Horton Village to Hawkesbury Common is also part of the Avon Cycleway – an 85 mile ride around Bristol and Bath.
When you stay at Oakfield Farm it is easy to forget that the outside world is so accessible. With so many beautiful Cotswold villages and towns only a short ride away, your time with us can be as busy or lazy as you wish.
Please note, this is an adults only certified site.
Caron Gay, Oakfield Farm,
King Lane, Horton, BS37 6PF
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