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Romantic boltholes in beautiful Bath

Treat yourself to a romantic staycation in Bath this season, with plenty of quiet and comfortable boltholes to escape to as the weather turns cold. The Almshouse, Bath is a charming, historic two-bedroom cottage nestled in a tranquil corner of Bath, but is only ten minutes’ stroll from the city centre; an ideal base for exploring the glory of the West Country. Beautifully refurbished in 2015, the property dates back to 1843 and hosts a generous king-size bed, overlooking gardens towards the church and you can enjoy a hearty breakfast or evening drink in the private courtyard. Original features have been carefully preserved and abide in harmony with the more modern additions to this cosy cottage, which offers everything you need for a special break, from champagne flutes to Egyptian sheets, even a welcome basket on arrival.

You may also consider a stay at the luxury self-catered Circus Apartment, only a 5 minute walk to the Circus, neighbouring Royal Crescent, as well as some of the best restaurants and boutiques in Bath. Hope Place: a luxurious one bed elevated apartment within a Grade II listed development, is also located conveniently close to the iconic crescent the Royal Crescent. Nestled within the Bath Conservation Area, in the leafy residential suburb of Lansdown, this prestigious Grade II listed private estate offers the serenity of six acres of manicured gardens, within a short stroll of the city and offers panoramic views of Bath and the surrounding Avon Valley.

Whether you are seeking an opulent base for your weekend adventure, or somewhere to call home for a little longer, relax in the epitome of modern luxury within the beautiful city that inspired Jane Austen and Thomas Gainsborough; Bath has it all.

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