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VICTORIAN ANNEXE - BATH

SuperhostBath, United Kingdom
Entire house hosted by Nigel
4 guests2 bedrooms2 beds1 bathroom

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The Victorian-Annexe is a two bedroom, self contained holiday rental attached to a Georgian property. You will find the Annexe cosy & warm with a log burner, leather sofa & chair, HDTV and much more.

The space
The accommodation is a self-contained Annexe that was added to the main Georgian House in Victorian Times.

The first and second floors cover a very generous 82m2. The open plan living area is on the ground floor, the 2 double bedrooms are on the first floor, and these are connected by a spiral staircase. There is a large hallway and second staircase to the bathroom and toilet.

The open plan ground floor living area provides an extremely comfortable and functional space for 4 people. Entertainment is provided by a 40” HDTV and a fantastic inbuilt woodburner. A Leather Sofa and single armchair provide relaxing seating. For meal times there is a circular wooden table and 4 sturdy wooden chairs. There is a fully equipped Kitchen with modern oven, induction hob, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, extractor fan, toaster and kettle.

The downstairs lighting can be adjusted to match your mood and needs. For lots of light there are the downlighters, for the early evening there is the discrete yet functional kitchen lighting and for late evening there is the warm glow from the uplighters in the middle of the room.

The space is also practical with plenty of coat hooks, boot rack, waste bin and under-sink recycling container.

Upstairs there are 2 very comfortable Vi-Spring beds with crisp white cotton bedding. The first bed is Superking size and the second is a Double. Both rooms have a minimalist feel and are finished with floor-length silk curtains.

The bathroom is comfortably large with the usual toilet, washbasin and large enamelled bath that houses a separate shower. For convenience the bathroom also contains a washer-dryer that can be set to wash and dry clothes overnight. Iron, ironing board and other standard equipment are contained in the ceiling high cupboard outside of the bathroom.

The Annexe has walls that are 2 feet thick and is well insulated. As part of its refurbishment, underfloor heating was fitted downstairs and efficient radiators everywhere else. There are 2 separate and fully automatic heating circuits that ensure the 2 floors of the Annexe are warm and toasty when required but not oppressively so overnight. A third circuit ensures that the floor-ceiling towel warmer does its job and keeps the bathroom especially warm at peak times.

Whilst this is a great space, the 2 staircases (without stairgates and with wide gaps between stanchions), relatively narrow access to the main entrance door would present particular challenges to those with mobility problems and potentially for families with small children. But please feel free to contact us to clarify any potential issues.

Guest access
Guest Access
Whilst this is a great space, the property is over 150 years old and the walls, floors and ceilings reflect this with many being uneven; we think this adds to the character and charm of the place as you really appreciate its age. There are indoor staircases apartment and stepped access to the garden. None of the bedrooms are located on the ground floor. This could present particular challenges to those with mobility problems and potentially for families with very small children. Please feel free to contact us to clarify any potential issues beforehand.

Garden Access
The Victorian Annexe has sole use of a small raised terrace rear garden. It is a wonderful spot for breakfast or morning coffee as it catches the morning sun beautifully. Please note that the walls present minimal edge protection against a significant fall. Consequently guests must take care when in the garden. Please do not lean over or sit on the walls and ensure that children at suitably supervised at all times. Please note that guests use the rear garden at their own risk.

Other things to note
The Victorian Annexe is a two bedroom, self-contained holiday rental attached to a Georgian property. You will find the Annexe cosy & warm with a log burner, leather sofa & chair, HDTV and much more. The property is run by MiPAD BATH. We are an experienced Holiday Let / Serviced Accommodation provider in the Bath area and our aim is to make your stay as pleasant and stress-free as possible. We pride ourselves in our level of service, attention to detail and quality of accommodation offered.

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The Victorian-Annexe is a two bedroom, self contained holiday rental attached to a Georgian property. You will find the Annexe cosy & warm with a log burner, leather sofa & chair, HDTV and much more.

The space
The accommodation is a self-contained Annexe that was added to the main Georgian House in Victorian Times.

The first and second floors cover a very generous 82m2. The open plan…
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Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed

Amenities

Free parking on premises
Kitchen
Wifi
Indoor fireplace
Dryer
Iron
Washing machine
TV
Hair dryer
Heating

Accessibility

Getting inside

Well-lit path to entrance

Bedroom

Accessible-height bed

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Bath, United Kingdom

We are perfectly situated to enjoy the city of Bath, the surrounding countryside and all of the local attractions.

If visiting for the first time – the must sees are the Roman Baths, No1 Royal Crescent, The Circus, Bath Abbey, Victoria Art Gallery, Holbourne Museum, the American museum and Bath Fashion Museum.

There are lots of great places to eat. Our favourites are, the Garricks Head pub at the very centre of Bath, the King William Pub & Dining Rooms on London Road, The Hare & Hounds at the top of Landsdown Hill, The Marlborough Tavern at the end of Marlborough Buildings and the Pig just outside of Bath in Hunstrete. Notably the Scollopshell has just been named as Bath’s best Fish and Chips.

For special occasions, and if your budget stretches there are: Bath Priory, Lucknam Park, Allium Brasserie and the Royal Crescent Hotel.

For picnics, feeding the birds, general strolling and for those seeking a great playground for younger children the Royal Victoria Park is also a must.

Just outside of Bath there are a number of great venues. These include Dyrham Park, Westonbirt Arboretum, Bath Races, the Royal Bath & West Showground and Lansdown Golf Club.

For those that like the great outdoors we are situated just hundreds of metres from the Rivor Avon, the Avon & Kennet Canal, the Cotswold Way and Bath Skyline. Two favourite activities of ours are the circular Kelston Hill walk and the circular two-tunnels cycle/walk.

For those that appreciate the finest we have local chef Richard Bertinet and his cookery school where you can learn to bake the best bread and then marry this with the finest cheese from award winning Bath Soft Cheese company.

The shopaholics are very well catered for with a wide range of city centre shops surrounding Milsom Street together with the relatively new Southgate shopping center. Those prepared to travel further to shop might wish to visit Clarkes village shopping, or the outlet centers at Swindon and Biscester.

If you feel like sight-seeing further afield then you could visit places such as the Cotswolds, Glastonbury, Wells, Bristol and visit attractions such as Stourhead, Stonehenge, Longleat Safari Park, Wookey Hole, Cheddar Gorge, the Mendips, the Black Mountains, the Brecon Beacons, Chew Valley Lakes, the local scuba diving center in Vobster, as well as local caving and pot holing etc.

For transport Bath is very well served by Great Western Railway, First Group Bus Service or a number of different taxi companys. For those wishing to find out where the wind takes them Virgin Balloons is one of a number of hot air balloon operators that takes off from either Royal Victoria Park or near to the Globe Pub.

After a ‘full-on’ day we recommend nothing better than the ‘healing waters’ at the Bath Spa and a tipple in the Gin Bar or a late night drink at our favourite bar – Opium just off Great Pulteney Street.



Links to things to do in and around Bath:







http://www.hopeandanchormidford.co.uk/




Hope and Anchor Pub Midford ('The very local')

The Hope and Anchor is set in the heart of the delightful Cam valley, a 10-minute drive from Bath city centre or alternatively now a fairly gentle and very scenic cycle ride along the new Colliers Way cycle path which leads straight into the pub car park (and then on to Radstock for the more energetic).

The pub is one of Bath's few remaining independently owned and run establishments, this historic country pub has been run by Richard and Luci Smolarek for 19 years now, making it a well established favourite among Bath's discerning diners for consistently delicious, reasonably priced food in a relaxing, friendly atmosphere.






http://thefoxandbadger.com


Fox and Badger Pub Wellow

The Fox And Badger in Wellow near Bath is a traditional, dog friendly country pub , serving good food every day and currently enjoying new ownership.






http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/stoney-littleton-long-barrow/




Stoney Littleton Long Barrow is one of the country's finest accessible examples of a Neolithic chambered tomb. Dating from about 3500 BC, it is 30 metres long and has multiple burial chambers open to view.




http://www.wellowtrekking.com/




Wellow Trekking & Corporate Hospitality offers a range of group incentive and corporate entertainment activities tailored to meet your needs. Set in the picturesque village of Wellow, just six miles from the centre of the beautiful Georgian City of Bath, it's the ideal location for outdoor pursuits.

Wellow Trekking Centre also operates as a separate Horse Riding and Trekking Centre for adults and children of all ages, from beginners to experienced riders, with a large selection of rides deep into the heart of the countryside.




http://www.bathrugby.com




Watching Bath play at home at the Recreation (Rec) Ground at the very heart of Bath




http://no1royalcrescent.org.uk




No 1 Royal Crescent - A complete Georgian House as it was at the end of the 18th Century




http://www.romanbaths.co.uk




The Roman Baths complex is a site of historical interest in the English city of Bath. The house is a well-preserved Roman site for public bathing.




https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Victoria_Park,_Bath




Royal Victoria Park




http://parkfarm.co.uk




Bath Soft Cheese company




https://www.thermaebathspa.com




Thermae Bath Spa




http://www.thebertinetkitchen.com/fr/


The Bertinet Bakery




http://www.kingwilliampub.com




King William Pub & Dining Rooms




http://www.garricksheadpub.com




Garricks Head Pub & Dining Rooms




http://www.marlborough-tavern.com




Marlborough Tavern Pub




http://www.hareandhoundsbath.com




Hare & Hounds Pub




http://www.opiumbars.com/contact/


Opium Bar




http://www.theatreroyal.org.uk


Theatre Royal




http://www.odeon.co.uk/cinemas/bath/65/


Local Cinema




http://www.southgatebath.com


Modern Shopping Centre




http://www.holburne.org


Holbourbe Museum




http://www.bathabbey.org




Bath Abbey




www.nationaltrust.org.uk/bath-skyline


Bath Skyline




http://hosted.southglos.gov.uk/acrobat/Cotswold6.pdf




Circular Walk




https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/enjoy-the-waterways/canal-and-river-network/kennet-and-avon-canal




Cycling / Walking / Boating / Running the Kennet & Avon Canal (Bath – Bradford on Avon)




http://www.twotunnels.org.uk/directions.html




Cycle / Walk / Run the circular route around Bath




http://abbeyhotelbath.co.uk/allium/




Allium Brasserie @ Abbey Hotel Bath




http://www.thescallopshell.co.uk/fish-chips-bath/




Best Fish & Chips in Bath




https://www.thepighotel.com/near-bath/




The Pig Restaurant (Hunstrete) near Bath




http://www.thebathpriory.co.uk/restaurant




The Priory Restaurant




http://www.thebertinetkitchen.com




Cookery and Bread Making Classes.




http://www.bath-racecourse.co.uk




Bath Races




http://www.virginballoonflights.co.uk/location/bath-globe-roundabout/




Local Balloon Rides




http://visitbath.co.uk




Bath Tourist Information Centre




http://www.bathchronicle.co.uk




Bath’s Local Rag – what’s on




http://www.thomsonlocal.com/Taxis/in/Bath-Avon/




Taxi numbers in Bath




http://www.abbeytaxis.co.uk




Easiest taxi number to remember




http://www.bath.co.uk




Tourist Information Site




http://www.cotswolds.info/places/bath/




Tourist Information Site




http://visitbristol.co.uk




Tourist Information Site




http://www.firstgroup.com/bristol-bath-and-west/plan-journey/next-bus




Next bus




http://www.bath360.co.uk/shopping-in-bath.htm




Tourist Information




Bath Train Service




Great Western Railway
We are perfectly situated to enjoy the city of Bath, the surrounding countryside and all of the local attractions.

If visiting for the first time – the must sees are the Roman Baths, No1 Royal Cresce…

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We are 2 couples, Nigel & Liz and Al & Sarah that fell in love with Bath and its beautiful historic properties. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.
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