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Bath Area Self-Catering Association (BASCA) is a group of independent owners of self catering holiday accommodation in Bath and its rural environs of Somerset, Wiltshire and South Gloucestershire. Our members offer a wide variety of properties, both in the city and in the country.

All of our vacation rental properties are of a very high quality standard.  Most are inspected, assessed and graded annually by Visit Britain or the AA. Those owners who do not wish to have a Visit Britain or AA inspection can be visited by a BASCA committee member.

Bookings are made directly with you, the owner.

Benefits of becoming a member

Register your interest and find out more information.

If you have a self catering property in the area, please complete the form below and we’ll be in touch as quickly as we can.

 

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Front of Whitley Old Garage self-catering accommodation

Whitley Old Garage

Sleeps: 2 Bedrooms: 1

Hope Place

Sleeps: 2 Bedrooms: 1

Old Stables: rural retreat, sleeps 6 , just 10 minutes to

Sleeps: 6 Bedrooms: 3

The Old Crescent Bakery

Sleeps: 12 Bedrooms: 4

Little Paradise Front Door

Little Paradise

Sleeps: 4 Bedrooms: 2

Hayleaze Cottage - Indoor heated pool. Bath 5 miles/Longleat 12 miles

Sleeps: 2 Bedrooms: 1

Stables cottage at New Leaf Farm

The Stables

Sleeps: 5 Bedrooms: 3

Garden Apartments New Leaf Farm

Garden Apartment One

Sleeps: 2 Bedrooms: 1

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