The village of Timsbury lies in the heart of the Somerset countryside, near the banks of the Cam Brook river, eight miles South West of the city of Bath. The unspoiled hills and valleys on the village’s doorstep are criss-crossed by scenic footpaths, making self-catering holidays in Timsbury particularly popular among hikers. Take a stroll around the village from your holiday cottage in Timsbury and you will discover a peaceful rural community, with a wealth of historic architecture and a variety of family-run businesses. The Seven Stars is a charming pub with a reputation for serving a good selection of ciders and ales, as well as delicious food prepared with fresh, local ingredients. Nearby, The Connies Tearoom is the place to go for a slice of home-made cake, and you will find a small supermarket on North Street. The spectacular limestone scenery of the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty lies to the South West of the village, while the unspoiled countryside and honey-coloured stone villages of the Cotswolds lie to the north east. With its impressive historical architecture, including the world-famous Roman-built baths, the city of Bath is not to be missed. The picturesque village of Midsomer Norton is also nearby.
The Parish Stone is a picture-perfect cottage in the peaceful locale of Timsbury in Somerset. Just moments from Bath, the stone-built cottage enjoys an ideal location as well as a lovely furnished garden, pleasant views, serenity, and an interior with elegant furnishings and contemporary comforts.
Recommended Places to Visit When on Holiday in Timsbury
Somerset Coalfield Life at Radstock MuseumDelve into the region’s coal mining history at this excellent museum.
Hope Nature CentreHave a day out at this popular attraction, where the whole family can experience close encounters with a variety of incredible animals.
East Somerset RailwayClimb aboard a beautifully restored steam train and take a ride through the idyllic Somerset countryside, on this renowned heritage railway.
The Roman BathsWander around the Roman bathhouse and temple, complete with spring water and a restaurant, in the enchanting city of Bath.