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Treat yourself to a stylish staycation

With the new year looming, there has never been a better time to treat yourself to a stylish staycation in the beautiful Georgian city of Bath. With a vast array of enticing attractions sparking regency romance, you may wish to savour a solo trip, perhaps a brief getaway with your other half, or even a weekend break with the girls. Whatever the occasion, you needn’t look any further for luxury accommodation to suit all your self-catering needs.

Percy Place is a Grade II listed Georgian house with a fascinating history, where guests are made to feel at home. Admire the original Georgian features, enhanced by the stylish décor inclusive of antiques and trinkets. Both the town and country can be easy reached from the doorstep, with plenty of gems for those keen to explore. The property is also just a few minutes walk from Bath’s up and coming ‘Artisan Quarter’, ideal for window browsing.

For a smaller abode, you may wish to check out the Russel Street Apartment, a light, spacious and luxurious first floor apartment within a classic Grade II Listed Georgian Townhouse. Located on a quiet street in the heart of the city, you’ll find beguiling attractions such as The Roman Baths, Circus, and Royal Crescent only mere steps away from your accommodation. Wherever you stay, know that you’re in for a real treat.

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