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Explore the city’s green spaces

The UNESCO World-Heritage city may be renowned for its historic sites, but Bath is also fortunate to benefit from plenty of green space as well, firstly inside the city itself, but is also naturally surrounding by rolling green hills. Base yourself in the heart of this Georgian city, where guests will receive a warm welcome to start their boutique break away with a stay at Seventeen The Townhouse Bath; a beautiful 1810 Georgian townhouse located in a quiet and historic area in the heart of Bath. The property benefits from a seated terraced garden for sundowners, as well as an idyllic Summer house for those quiet moments. Savour a stunning panoramic view over the city towards Prior Park National Trust, with sites such as The Circus, Royal Crescent and Assembly Rooms only minutes away. Concierge service is inclusive as one of the lovely touches to make your stay extra special!

Also centrally located in Bath’s artisan quarter, but still a stone’s through from both country and canal is Hedgemead Court; a luxury, family-owned, award-winning 2 bedroom apartment. Just a short walk from Bath Abbey, The Roman Baths and Thermae Spa, this beautiful boudoir is the perfect home away from home for a short city break. This recently renovated let sits within the perimeter of Hedgemead Park and has a balcony from which to enjoy views over the city’s skyline, as well as the green space below. With good access to the M4, you can explore the Great West Way and the Cotswolds AONB if you plan to venture further afield as well.

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