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Splash out on a stylish city-break

Take to the cobbled streets of Bath for a stylish city break with friends or family and discover the best the city’s historical sites and independent boutiques, staying in luxury accommodation within the heart of this unique thoroughfare.

Abbey Mews Townhouse is worth considering for a group staycation, with everything you might need and more from this luxurious Georgian property; situated along a medieval cobbled street, mere steps from two of Bath’s most iconic sites, the magnificent abbey and Roman Baths. The Drawing Room and Georgian courtyard can be used for entertaining or relaxing, with Abbey Mews holding a special key, which can also give you exclusive access to the magnificent Parade Gardens outside normal hours.

Bath View Two and Bath View Four are two modern and welcoming apartments situated in quieter pockets of the city, both with spacious living and dining area and a fully-equipped kitchen to keep the whole family happy. Free parking onsite means that you can enjoy a brisk 10 minute walk into the heart of Bath, from which to go shopping, sightseeing, or sit down to a delicious dinner out. No matter how you travel, do so in assured safety and comfort with a stylish-self-catering stay in the city with Bath Self Catering.

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