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Bath

From £74 per night
0.1 miles

Situated in the heart of Bath these stylish apartments are located within newly renovated Georgian terraces. St James’ Parade Serviced Apartments are available as studio, one or two bedroom and are the perfect location for any traveller with several business parks and tourist attractions nearby. The apartments come with a range of entertainment facilities and practical amenities such as parking, a fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher and washer/dryer, and a secure entry system.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Bath

From £180 per night
0.5 miles

This elegant two bedroom, first floor serviced apartment is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Bath city centre in a quiet side street. Sydney Wharf Apartment has been transformed from a blacksmiths to a stylish property which has been decorated to a high standard throughout. The open-plan modern kitchen and living area also makes it a great place to relax and unwind.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Bath

From £140 per night
0.6 miles

Camden Lodge Serviced Apartment is situated just five minutes’ walk from Bath’s attractive city centre. Refurbished in a modern style, Camden Lodge offers guests plenty of space and comfort whilst away from home for business and leisure. Guests will have everything at their fingertips with an open-plan dining room/kitchen to dine and cater independently. The separate living room is perfect for relaxing after work with a walled garden accessible from the lounge doors.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Bath

From £179 per night
0.6 miles

Situated on the ground floor of the Crescent Apartment building, the Crescent Serviced Apartment offers spacious and modern, open-plan accommodation located in the heart of Bath. Inside the apartment guests will find a kitchen and living room, with access to a courtyard which is perfect for spending the evening in. Guests will find weekly housekeeping and Wi-Fi internet access is included throughout their stay.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Bath

From £179 per night
0.6 miles

The centrally located Circus Serviced Apartment is situated on the first floor of the Circus building, in the heart of Bath. Inside the apartment guests will find an open-plan kitchen and living room, a double bedroom and one bathroom. Furnished in a contemporary style with modern décor, this apartment offers furnishings of a high standard and a comfort throughout, plus a weekly housekeeping service is included.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Bath

From £180 per night
0.6 miles

Hedgemead Court is a contemporary two bedroom serviced apartment, with particular attention given to the furnishings used throughout the property. The living area is open-plan, with access to entertainment systems such as Netflix and an iPod docking station in the lounge area, making it an ideal place to relax and unwind. With private off-road car parking directly outside, and Bath's train station only 1.5 miles away, this is a great location for long term guests.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Bath

From £120 per night
2.2 miles

Tucking Mill View serviced cottage is just 12 minutes’ drive from Bath city centre. This attractive accommodation offers stunning views across the Midford Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is the perfect place to relax after a day's work. The homely accommodation offers a modern kitchen with stylish worktops, a spacious sitting room and a peaceful bedroom. Guests will find a shower room with heated towel rail, free Wi-Fi internet, car parking included and a private terrace.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Bath

From £120 per night
2.2 miles

Set in a hamlet on the outskirts of Bath city centre, this serviced cottage has a real homely feel, including a welcoming living area featuring a traditional wood burning stove (logs provided) and a south facing private garden with a BBQ and dining terraced area by the riverbank. Whilst Fisherman’s Retreat is an ideal location to unwind, it is under a 15 minutes’ drive from Bath city centre.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Bath

From £120 per night
2.2 miles

Brooks' View is a delightful serviced cottage with a large bedroom, quality furnishings fitted throughout and free Wi-Fi internet access. Located in the Midford Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the location is peaceful yet only 12 minutes' drive from Bath city centre and around 40 minutes from Bristol. Parking is available on-site, but there is also a discounted taxi service available taking guests to the city centre for the fixed price of £12. As well as this, guests can benefit from a private garden and terrace.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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About Bath

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Bath is a picturesque city in Somerset, not far from Bristol, famed for its Roman baths and the distinctive yellow buildings made of the local limestone.


About Bath

Bath was a spa town in Roman times and still is now. Its hot springs were well known even before that. Everything that Bath is, everything that has made it unique today somehow, in some way, goes back to those hot springs. Yet modern Bath is, of course, more than just a giant bath house, it is a distinctive cathedral city of some 88,000 people, has a distinguished university and, as those coming to serviced apartments in Bath will find out, is a gateway to a wealth of grand experience – and you might just get to relax in some hot springs.

One of the first things that will strike someone coming to stay in Bath corporate accommodation is the stone. Bath’s distinctive honey-coloured stone is everywhere, especially in the Georgian architecture that permeates so much of the city. The Georgian era was when Bath became a spa town, a period when – for the first time in history – upper and middle-class citizens travelled to resorts, spent extended amounts of time in them and brought their money with them. That money was used to build an extraordinarily beautiful city extensively from a specific Somerset limestone which, it’s probably not unfair to say, makes it look like nowhere else in the British Isles, something that helped Bath to become the only UK city that is a World Heritage site.

Bath sits on the River Avon and is connected to Bristol by the A36 and the A4, which lies only about 11 miles to the northwest, while the M4 is less than 9 miles away. Bath Spa station lies on the main line to London, with London Paddington reachable in about an hour and a half. It is close to some of southern England’s most popular attractions, including the Stonehenge Monument and Longleat Safari Park. The beautiful and historic village and abbey at Lacock lie about 10 miles to the east and are also well worth a visit.

Bath itself has plenty of museums and galleries to visit while staying in short term accommodation there. If you’re a first-timer, then you must check out the Roman baths. Audio guides include commentary for adults and children, although be advised that it’s a popular attraction and does get busy. Then there are Bath’s two masterpieces of Georgian architecture: The Royal Crescent and The Circus and Assembly Rooms. Royal Victoria Park is next to The Royal Crescent and covers an impressive 57 acres, while The Circus area also includes The Museum of East Asian Art and The Fashion Museum, and a little further down Gay Street is the Jane Austen Centre, who famously lived in Bath during its Georgian heyday.

And finally, why not pamper yourself during your visit to our Bath city apartments? In a modernised version of its ancient baths, Thermae Bath Spa had been open since 2006 and includes outdoor and indoor baths, steams rooms, sauna and more.

One of the best things about shopping in Bath is that, due to the compact size of the town centre, pretty much everything is within easy walking distance. Add to that the fact that much of the centre is pedestrianised and that Bath includes a good number of independent shops – as well as the high street favourites – and you’ve got an excellent day’s shopping. The most independent retailers, as well as galleries, antiques shops and the like, can be found in Walcot Street and also at Margaret’s Buildings, close to The Royal Crescent. Broad Street is the place for boutique clothes shopping, while SouthGate, an open-air shopping centre close to the train station, is the best place for finding those familiar brands.

In the last decade or two, Bath has undergone a quiet dining revolution, which means that if you’re staying in furnished housing there, it won’t necessarily be the cheapest place to eat out. There are some cosy, traditional pubs and inns that go well with its historical character, although even many of those – like the Hare & Hounds on Lansdown Road – have been modernised to some extent. King William on St Thomas Street is probably about as rustic as it gets in central Bath. At the top end is The Olive Tree at the Queensbury Hotel, although there you will be paying that bit extra for your meal.