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To the Manor Born

Experience an opulent retreat close to the listed Georgian attraction of Bath’s UNESCO World Heritage City, with a relaxing stay with friends and family in one of these stunning manor-like abodes. Midford Mill is a Grade II Listed Mill House, situated in an idyllic country location on the southern outskirts of Bath. This grand Bath Stone property boasts a river out front, with an ‘island’ and gardens of just over ¾ of an acre. The interior retains many period features including exposed beams, fireplaces and recessed windows and is ideal for large extended families, reunions or any special occasion. There is a fantastic patio in-between the mill-house and the river that includes river fishing rights, with the house hosting four very large bedrooms that all have beautiful views over the river and countryside beyond.

Meanwhile, Lady Margaret’s Townhouse is a stunning Georgian townhouse located between the Royal Crescent and the King’s Circus in the beating heart of Bath. Ideal for sophisticated celebrations, sleeping up to 12 guests for a get together with friends and family. We are happy to help make your celebration extra special. The Townhouse comprises of a large living area, perfect for relaxing after a busy day and five beautiful bedrooms; with the property recieving many high reviews including 5*s from VisitEngland.

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