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Flat in Bath
Georgian Apartment With Parking in Great Pulteney Street
Start your day having coffee at the traditional wrought-iron table in the courtyard garden and end by returning via the private entrance to soak in a deep free-standing tub big enough for 2, set by an exposed-brick arched wall. Recently renovated, this stunning Georgian apartment offers comfort and plenty of character. A real romantic get away or equally a great place for the family to visit. The space has a large double bed and sofa bed in the same room. Finished to the highest of standards. Light, spacious and airy. Private entrance and courtyard garden. Parking, wifi, courtyard garden, taste of life in Bath. Great Pulteney Street is one of the most eye-catching roads in Bath, a city that's not short of visual treats. Take in the architectural splendours of the centre by foot, pausing to visit some of the many nearby boutiques, cafes, and restaurants. This apartment is situated on Great Pulteney Street, famous for the stunning Georgian homes. With it being so centrally located to the town you have easy access to most things on foot; Holburne Museum, The Roman Baths, Jane Austin Centre, Royal Crescent, Art Galleries, amazing parks like Royal Victoria Park, Sydney Gardens. There are plenty of walks along the canal, why not grab a rugby game at the locals grounds. There are also plenty of busses and trains to take you to the surrounding areas. Maybe you fancy some punting on the river. Lovely local boat trips available too. Staying in this stunning apartment will give you a real taste of Bath. It has everything you need and is home from home. The sofa beds is in the same room as double bed. So suitable for a couple or a couple with kids.
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Flat in Bath
Printers Pad, Gt Pulteney St *think Bridgerton!*
A lovely, bright Georgian 2nd floor apartment with beautiful views over the roaming hills of Bath and Great Pulteney Street. This apartment is located in our lovely Georgian house located on the famous Great Pulteney St, minutes walk from the city centre The walls of The Printers Pad are adorned with fabulous printworks from some of Bath's very talented local artists, most for sale. Our current exhibition shows a collection of vibrant silk screen prints inspired by the local landscapes.FREE WiFi
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Townhouse in Bath
Mews House, free private parking & a sunny balcony
Leaf through a David Hockney picture book while relaxing in a room inspired by the colours and bold lines of mid-century modern art. Huge bi-fold doors illuminate this professionally designed space, maintaining a bright and cheerful glow in every room. Filled with the owners original artworks & vintage furniture, this thoughtful space is furnished with everything you need for a peaceful & relaxing stay. We allow up to 2 well behaved small dogs. Please make sure they do not go on the furniture.
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Popular amenities for Bath holiday rentals

Stay near Bath's top sights

The Roman Baths545 locals recommend
Thermae Bath Spa392 locals recommend
Royal Victoria Park216 locals recommend
Bath Abbey165 locals recommend
Pulteney Bridge93 locals recommend
The Forum12 locals recommend

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Apartment in Bath and North East Somerset
Elegant Georgian Apartment in Bath's Iconic Centre
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⭐️ Spectacular views, 1 Bed Central Apartment ⭐️
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Flat in Bath
*Elegant Georgian flat* *Parking Available*
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Garden Apartment, 5 minute walk into Central Bath
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Belle Vue Luxury Apartment
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Central 1bed garden flat 2 twins or king + sofabed
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Bath River Walk ***Next to City Centre***
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Abbey View studio central Bath
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Stunning Bath Milsom St Apartment - Centre of City
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Pulteney View - on the famous Great Pulteney Street
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Stylish flat in lovely Georgian terrace, parking
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Breathtaking Milsom Street Flat!
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Quick stats about holiday rentals in Bath

Total rentals

1.8K properties

Wifi availability

1.8K properties include access to wifi

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

740 properties have a dedicated workspace

Pet-friendly rentals

320 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

880 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

147K reviews

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.


The best time to stay in a holiday 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.


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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