A beautifully converted 18th century brew house located a short stroll from the centre of Bath, perfect for a relaxing city break.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Draft-proofed to a very high level
All energy efficient appliances
Public transport accessible
Set in a quiet spot a short walk from Bath’s city centre, this recently converted Brew House dates back to 1795 when it supplied beer to the main house next door. The renovation has preserved some of the lovely period features which you’ll see dotted around the house while creating a luxurious and contemporary feel to the interior.
You’ll be able to stroll from the house through the scenic Georgian streets of Bath to the city’s main sights and attractions, such as the Roman Baths and the Royal Crescent, or perhaps book yourself in for a relaxing afternoon at the Thermae Bath Spa. After dinner at one of the city’s many restaurants, head back to your quiet and cosy bolt hole and put your feet up while planning the next day’s activities.
The upper floor is the social hub of the house with an open plan living, kitchen and dining area set below high ceilings with beautiful exposed oak beams. The space is bright and airy during the day, perfect for slow mornings before heading out to explore the city. As the evening draws in, it becomes a cosy hideaway where you can curl up on the sofa in front of a good movie or tuck into a hearty dinner prepared in the well-equipped kitchen.
You’ll find the two bedrooms on the lower floor with the stylish shower room between them. The main bedroom features a luxurious king size bed and lovely painted floors which complement the period features. The second bedroom has a comfy double bed and contemporary furnishings.
There’s plenty to do right on your doorstep and just a short walk from the house will take you past dozens of historic buildings. Wander down to The Circus, a historic ring of Georgian townhouses, and then along to the famous Royal Crescent and enjoy the views over the city. Head down into the centre and visit the Abbey and the Roman Baths to learn more about the city’s rich history as one of the great religious spas of ancient Europe. If you’re in need of a bit of relaxation head to the Thermae Bath Spa where you can book yourself in for treatments or swim in the rooftop pool which has fantastic views over the rooftops.
Short breaks from £384 and week breaks from £1,200
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