Holiday rental apartments in Bath

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***GREAT PULTENEY STREET*** The Salt Merchant’s
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Entire rental unit · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

***GREAT PULTENEY STREET*** The Salt Merchant’sA fabulously stylish, centrally located one bedroom large 1st floor apartment. A high ceilinged sumptuous interior designed space built in 1789 for Samuel Ward, Salt Merchant of Bath and surrounds. It's the perfect base for a romantic & indulgent weekend away.

Jane's delightful central Pulteney Apartment
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Entire rental unit · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Jane's delightful central Pulteney ApartmentThe Apartment is a delightful spacious self-contained ground floor apartment with private courtyard garden in a quiet residential area 7 minutes level walk from the centre of Bath. Own private entrance. Parking permit for on-street parking included in the price. We also host a first floor apartment at the same location, Al’s delightful central Pulteney Apartment, should the ground floor apartment not be available for the dates you require - https://www.airbnb.co.uk/rooms/44935173

Beautiful studio flat in stunning Georgian house
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Entire rental unit · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Beautiful studio flat in stunning Georgian houseThis beautiful studio flat, with its own parking space, is a perfect base from which you can discover all that Bath has to offer. COVID-19 UPDATE: In the event of a change in Government-imposed lockdown rules we are delighted to confirm that there would be no penalties for changing your dates.

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  • TV

Houses in Bath

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  2. Corsham
Luxury cottage with spectacular views
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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
The Loft House - Beautiful House in Best Location
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  2. Bath
Contemporary Newly Built Cottage
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  1. Private room
  2. Bath
Bright single ensuite with views
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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Kingsize Ensuite Attic Room close to City Centre
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  1. Private room
  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Beautiful Double Bedroom Near Bath City Centre
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  2. Bath
Stylish Central Mews House with Private Parking
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  2. Bath
No.3 Powlett Road - 2 Bedroom House, Central Bath
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  2. Bath
Littledown Farm Cottage 1
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  1. Entire residential home
  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Artist Garden Studio - Sunnybank
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  2. Bath
Brew House
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Swainswick
New luxury 2 bed annexe 2 miles from Bath centre

Pet-friendly apartments

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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Spacious Garden Apartment - Free On-Street Parking
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  2. Bath
Beautiful Apartment @ The Barn with LARGE HOT TUB
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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Dream Stays Bath - Kingsmead Street 3
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  2. Bath
Georgian Apartment With Parking in Great Pulteney Street
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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Beautiful Central Bath Flat Nr Station + Parking
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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
BEAUTIFUL Garden apartment
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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Dream Stays Bath - Beau Street
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  2. Bath
Bath Garden Apartment - Bath UK
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  2. Bath
Boutique period apartment with private garden.
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  2. Bathwick
Beautiful city centre apartment with free parking
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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Whitehouse Apartment in Bath - free parking
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  2. Bath
Stylish Apartment for Two in Bath (Bath View Two)

Apartments with kitchens

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  2. Bathwick
Entire Flat . Central Bath, ideal for couples
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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Boutique private apartment convenient for city
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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Stunning Bath Milsom St Apartment - Centre of City
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  2. Bath
Beautiful Bathwick - Central Bath
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  2. Bath
Printers Pad, Gt Pulteney St-FREE parking permit
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  2. Bath, Somerset
The Loft Central Bath - Newly Renovated
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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Snuggle up in the Opulent Four-Poster at a Georgian Terrace
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  2. Bath
4 The Cedars. Spacious self contained apartment.
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  2. Bath
Bath River Walk ***Next to City Centre***
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  2. Bath
Beautiful self contained apartment with parking
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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Luxurious Georgian garden flat, breakfast+ parking
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  2. Bath and North East Somerset
Henrietta Park Apartment - Prestigious Location with Free Parking

Your guide to Bath

Welcome to Bath

There’s far more to the city of Bath these days than Jane Austen and hot water. While the ancient Roman Baths and magnificent Georgian architecture of the Royal Crescent and Circus continue to wow, an overlay of sustainably minded cool has reinvented the city. Over the last decade Somerset has established itself as one of the coolest parts of the United Kingdom, and Bath, its crowning glory, has become a hotbed of art, independent retail, and innovative cuisine. Now foodies, fashionistas, and farmers alike flock here for the organic markets and Nordic bakeries, hip natural wine bars, and cult interiors stores.

Myriad must-see museums (the Holburne, the Fashion Museum, Beckford’s Tower) are accompanied by forward-thinking galleries and artisan shops, and you’re as likely to seek out the hottest new gin bar as to sip tea in the Georgian-era Assembly Rooms and Pump House portrayed in Austen’s novels. Thermae Bath Spa, with a steaming rooftop pool, represents a luxurious new epoch for the city’s long legacy of wellness, while on the doorstep are West Country wonders including Cheddar Gorge, and dynamic rural enclaves Bruton and Frome.


How do I get around Bath?

Bath is well set up for car-free visitors, with the coach, bus, and railway stations bang in the centre of town. The rail journey from London takes 90 minutes; from Bristol, it’s 15 minutes. The nearest international airport at Bristol (BRS) has a one-hour direct bus service to Bath. The M4 and M5 motorways lie to the north, and drivers can use Bath’s three park-and-ride car parks outside the centre. Car share schemes and car hire are available, but it’s easy to explore the compact centre on foot, complemented by cabs, bike hire, and open-top bus tours.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Bath?

Come on weekdays to avoid crowds, or at least aim to see the most popular sights then, giving your weekend days to less obvious spots. Throughout the year, world-class events add another dimension, and rarely a week passes without some variety of cultural festival, from film and comedy to classical music. May’s huge music- and literature-focused Bath Festival, the masked balls of the Jane Austen Festival in September, and the Bath Children’s Literature Festival in October are highlights. Summer is very busy, but joyful, bringing outdoor cinema, nightlife spilling into the streets, and wild swimming in the River Avon. The Christmas run-up is tempting, too, for top-notch shopping and the twinkling Bath Christmas Market.


What are the top things to do in Bath?

Bath Skyline Walk

Birdsong and babbling waters replace the acoustics of city life on a 10-kilometre National Trust path through wooded hills around the metropolis. While some cities are ugly from above, Bath’s honey-toned stone buildings and church and abbey spires make it a beautiful sight to survey from this elevated circular route. Leading east through green meadows and flower-filled woodlands, it takes in a kids’ play area and stunning viewpoints.

Quirky guided tours

Choose from dozens of brilliant expert-led tours that reveal hidden aspects of this great city, whether your interest is piqued by its breweries, ghosts, literary history, or food scene. Guided trips by bicycle, canal barge, paddle board, or even hot-air balloon show Bath from a different angle.

Roman Baths by Torchlight

In summer the Roman Baths, some of the best-preserved Roman ruins in the world, usually host torchlit evening sessions, when the flickering flames of torches mounted around its courtyard cast romantic shadows across its milky green pool. A pop-up bar adds to the fun.

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