Quality Grading

Visit Britain and AA Star ratings reflect the quality that you’re looking for when booking accommodation. The rating system is the result of extensive research into visitor expectations, ensuring that you can find the place to stay that suits you best. You can also rest assured that it has been checked out beforehand. All properties have to meet an extensive list of minimum requirements to take part in a scheme. From there, increased levels of quality apply. For instance, you’ll find acceptable quality at one Star, good to very good quality at three Stars and exceptional quality at five Stars.Quite simply, the more Stars, the higher the overall level of quality you can expect to find. Establishments at higher rating levels also have to meet some additional requirements for facilities.

Any member who has decided not to be inspected by Visit Britain or the AA and is not therefore displaying either logo on their property page HAS been inspected by a BASCA committee member and meets at least all the minimum entry requirements below.

Minimum entry requirements include the following:

Accessibility Grading

Accommodation that displays one or ‘accessibility signs‘ are committed to accessibility. When you see one of the symbols, you can be sure that the accommodation has been thoroughly assessed against demanding criteria.

For more information please click here.

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Open plan living dining area

4 St George's House

Sleeps: 4 Bedrooms: 2

Copper Bath at Bath Townhouse 14

Bath Townhouse 14

Sleeps: 14 Bedrooms: 6

The Old Smithy Loft Luxury Apartment in Bath - Main entrance to the self-catering property

The Old Smithy Loft

Sleeps: 4 Bedrooms: 2

Russel Street Apartment

Sleeps: 2 Bedrooms: 1

Group Accommodation for 13

Sleeps: 13 Bedrooms: 7

Oak Tree Cottage

Sleeps: 4 Bedrooms: 2

PigWig detached single storey self catering cottage

Pigwig Cottage

Sleeps: 4 Bedrooms: 2

Barleycorn bedroom


Sleeps: 2 Bedrooms: 1

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