Bath is the largest city in Somerset. Founded in 1AD, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with some of the country’s finest architecture. Bath lies in the valley of the River Avon, 11 miles southeast of Bristol. It is best explored by foot, with sweeping crescents, grand Georgian houses and Victorian Gothic buildings around every corner.
A must-see on self-catering holidays in Bath, the Roman Baths were built around the UK’S only hot springs and were thought to have healing properties by the Romans. Nearby, Thermae Bath Spa offers Roman-style relaxation with water straight from the city’s natural hot springs. Next, take in some of the city’s ornate Georgian architecture, such as Circus, the Assembly Rooms and the Pump Rooms. In a Georgian townhouse, the Jane Austen Centre documents the career of the celebrated author, who lived in the city.
Honeypot is a beautiful Victorian townhouse situated in the wonderful city of Bath in Somerset. The grand pet-friendly cottage offers a soft palette & vintage décor. The lawned garden is ideal for social gatherings and special celebrations, and the delights of the famous city are just moments away.
Ensconced in a flowering garden, Faerie World promises couples a true escape. The gorgeous romantic cottage for two in Bath enjoys views of a babbling stream from its terrace, boasts an interior decorated with contemporary elegance & Farrow & Ball colours. Cuddle up in front of the cosy wood...
Large and spacious Victorian house with Wi-Fi in superb Bath centre location in Somerset. Accommodates 10 in 5 bedrooms with 5 bathrooms, Marmaduke House self catering holiday cottage has private parking for 3 cars. Bath's attractions and shops are only a level 8 minute walk away.
Georgian Courtyard is an elegant romantic cottage set just moments from the highlights of Bath in Somerset. The beautiful property offers a soft palette with dashes of colour as well as luxurious décor and furnishings, plus a log fire and a pleasant courtyard bordered by blooming pretty flowers.
Situated in the centre of Bath, Rose and Slate is perfectly positioned for a wonderful holiday in Somerset. The luxurious urban cottage boasts refined elegance & multiple fireplaces plus wooden floors, open-plan spaces, immaculate presentation & access to one of the most popular cities in Britain.
SkyFall Farm lies in peaceful rural surroundings down a tiny country lane in Somerset. It lies in a beautiful and secluded location yet only 10-minutes drive from the centre of Bath. The large pet friendly farmhouse sleeps 14 guests in comfort and style. Private garden with exquisite rural views.
A child-friendly cottage in the tourist haven of Bath, Somerset, The Bookend is a cosy and stylish holiday home that once housed an 18th-century pub, bathed in natural light streaming in from the skylight or through bi-fold glass doors and boasting three bedrooms and walled courtyard garden.
Beautiful pet friendly holiday-let with Wi-Fi in a central Bath location near Stonehenge, Marlborough, and Avebury Stone Circle. Monmouth House sleeps up to 14 people in comfort with a spectacular kitchen, All Bath attractions within a short walk. Perfect!
Situated in a quiet corner of the famous city of Bath, Catherine Place is perfectly suited to a relaxing holiday. The sophisticated apartment offers a high standard of design & furnishing as well as proximity to the highlights of the popular Georgian city. Explore the city & the region of Somerset.
- Blue Anchor
- Compton Bishop
- Huish Champflower
- Nether Stowey
- North Perrott
- Old Cleeve
- Porlock Weir
- Shepton Mallet
- South Petherton
- Wheddon Cross
- Wootton Courtenay
Don’t miss Bath Abbey, a 16th century building with an intricate vaulted ceiling. For far-reaching views across the city and surrounding countryside, follow the six-mile Bath Skyline Walk through woods, meadows and valleys. Self-catering holidays in Bath are an opportunity to explore the city’s thriving brewing scene with Bath Ales, Abbey Ales and Electric Bear served in most pubs. Wadworth’s Victorian tower brewery is a striking landmark.
There are many unique places to eat and drink in Bath, including Sally Lunn’s, a traditional tea room, famous for its buns, which have become a regional classic. On the doorstep of your holiday cottage in Bath, the city comes into its own in the evening, when you will discover a thriving culture of theatre, comedy and live music. See what’s on at Rondo, an intimate theatre in an old church hall, or buy tickets for a gig at Bath Forum, a graceful venue in a listed former cinema.