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Escape the Everyday in Somerset

This autumn staycations are very much on trend where possible and what better place to explore than the natural world just beyond your front door. If you’re looking to escape the everyday in Somerset then why not look to spend a few nights away at the Victorian Annexe, Bath: a two bedroom, self-contained holiday rental that was added to the main Georgian property in Victorian Times. Split over two floors connected by a spiral staircase, you will find the Annexe comfortable, warm and practical with a log burner and luxurious leather furnishings; a property perfectly located to enjoy all that the city and surrounding countryside has to offer.

Camden Lodge is another centrally located property, just a short walk from the finest shops and restaurants and is ideal for close access to Bath’s most iconic and historic sites. Built around 1780, this Grade II listed bath stone house sits on Camden Crescent, a beautiful part of the city, just a short distance from the Royal Crescent. With so many attractions such as Bath Abbey, the Roman Baths, Assembly Rooms and The Circus you will be spoilt for choice of where to discover first and by dining out in some of the finest independent coffee houses, wine bars and restaurants you can be proud to have supported local trade too.

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