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Take the plunge in Bath

Bath Spa derives its name from the natural spring water beneath its ancient cobbled streets. However, you don’t need to hit the Thermae Spa in order to enjoy a good soak in the tub, with plenty of self-catering properties boasting their own watery delights.

Avondale Riverside offers 5 * luxury from its south facing garden with views over the tranquil River Avon. Well-equipped and comfortably furnished, the apartments make the ideal base for exploring Bath, the Cotswolds and surrounding area, or equally just relaxing with a G&T on the balcony watching the sunset after a soak in the hot-tub. There are also good amenities to be found in the neighbouring village of Batheaston and views are off-set by the surrounding meadows and nature reserve against the golden hues of the city.

A short drive from Bath and you can uncover the rural delights of Church Farm Country Cottages, the idyllic site comprises of seven properties, each sleeping two to four people. All properties are located within the same walled garden, which is well located just two miles from Bradford-on-Avon and five miles from the sandstone city of Bath. The site also houses an indoor heated swimming pool and entertainment room for the kids, ensuring fun for all the family. Pets are also welcome.

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