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Family Friendly Escapes near Bath

If you’re looking to escape the everyday with your family in tow this festive season, we’ve got just the ticket, with both the city and country to hand for exploring with the kids. 4 St George’s House is a contemporary Bath stone abode in a quiet location off a dazzling Georgian crescent. Located just a 5 minutes from the heart of the town, this delightful two bedroom self-catering apartment sleeps 4 in optimum comfort, with a sleek modern kitchen and two contemporary bathrooms, making it an ideal home from home from which to explore the greater vicinity. Enjoy the infamous sights like The Roman Baths, or venture further for the day with sites such as Longleat Safari park, only a short drive away.

If you don’t want to be right in the centre of things, then the Old Dairy Barn in Bathford could prove ideal, tucked away in a private location on the edge of the village. This former 17th century dairy has been skilfully converted into an attractive space of luxury, but still within three miles of the city’s amenities. This characterful accommodation is also close to the serene waterways of the Kennet and Avon Canal, with towpath walks and narrow boats for hire. Children are most welcome at both properties, with travel cot and highchairs available.

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