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Description:

If you are looking for a perfect combination of access to the City of Bath, but in a countryside setting, then look no further. This collection of four luxury properties, all four star rated with Gold awards, is based in the village of Batheaston with very easy access to Bath, yet with amazing countryside around. For rent individually or collectively for larger groups and put together with great care to create a special environment for you to relax, indulge and unwind in. John and Jane have put a great deal of style into all the properties in the courtyard, and love sharing their efforts with like minded, discerning people. Whether you are looking for a romantic break for two, a large family get together or a girls' party weekend, they have a solution. Sit back and relax or spend a week exploring the many sights of the area. Lots of thoughtful touches which will surprise and delight you and are so difficult to find elsewhere.

The Saltings is a one bedroom holiday cottage tucked into the corner of a Grade II listed building, with origins in the 16th century. It's a unique little cottage, perfect for a romantic break or a singles get-away. The Old Workshop and the Coach House next door are 2 bed cottages for couples or small groups. They both offer flexible accommodation as the beds can be made up as singles or doubles.

Mulsanne House is an impressive detached four bedroom property in Georgian style, built in 2000 to John's specification, so it has all the modern conveniences, yet in traditonal Bath style. It's great for family gatherings or ladies' weekends and has fabulous outdoor space with a 'grotto' under the lawn!



Location:

Located in a quiet, private courtyard, just off the High Street in the village of Batheaston, one of the small suburbs, ten minutes from the famous and historic City of Bath. There is a bus stop on the road outside with very regular services. Batheaston provides easy access to all the delights of the City of Bath but is also a destination in its own right. Situated at the foot of Solsbury Hill, made famous by local resident Peter Gabriel, the village nestles at the end of the Cotswold Way. As well as walking on Solsbury, you also have the Batheaston Commons and St Catherine's valley. The river Avon is an important part of Batheaston. A boat ride into the City or waterside drink and a bite to eat in the Bathampton Mill is one of the delights of the whole of Bath and ten minutes walk from the courtyard. You may also walk or cycle into the City alongside the Kennet and Avon canal, starting at the popular 'George' public house, right by the water. Other fabulous beauty spots close by are Castle Combe village and the National Trust village of Lacock.

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