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Get together with family this year

What a year 2020 has been, but if there is one thing we have learned to treasure more than ever it’s our family. Having taken to a new staycation trend, you may want to consider a home away from home for a heart-warming break with your nearest and dearest as we look to the new year with hope.

Bath Townhouse 14 is a beautifully renovated Georgian Townhouse is located in the very heart of Bath. Sleeping up to 14 people across 6 spacious bedrooms, this striking space is ideal for getting the family together for some fun and laughter. Located within walking distance to the majority of Bath’s best attractions, you can enjoy a day exploring everything this historic city has to offer, before bedding down beneath the wood beams and sash windows of this lovingly restored property.

Bath Townhouse 8 offers almost identical luxury and space for all ages to enjoy, with an additional games room and vault for family viewings. Both apartments are fully equipped for a self-catering break, with fully-fitted kitchens, wide screen TVs, free WIFI and luxury bedding and can be rented separately or combined for those special occasions that require the extended family in attendance. So get your family together for that much-needed staycation in Somerset and discover the vast range of delights that await you on the doorstep.

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