Peasedown 1 mile.
This smart apartment above the owners' cottage is a mile from Peasedown, a large village south west of Bath, and has spectacular views over the surrounding rural landscape.
Neat and compact and furnished to a high standard, this Bath self-catering apartment would suit a couple wanting to explore the nearby city but preferring a rural retreat to relax in after a day spent sightseeing.
The sitting room has a sofa bed suitable for a child, as well as two massage chairs, perfect for tired muscles after a day spent exploring.
There are far-reaching views from the light and airy sitting room of this apartment near Bath, where the scene changes according to the seasons and weather.
Outside this Peasedown apartment there is a private garden with a lawn, shared with two friendly free-range bantams, where you can sit with a refreshing drink and plan the next day's activities.
There are some fabulous walks in the area south of Bath and some interesting village pubs at Combe Hay, Wellow and Midford, all serving delicious, well-prepared food and local Somerset ales and ciders.
Bath has a huge variety of attractions to see, especially the hot natural springs of the Roman Baths and the Thermae Bath Spa with state-of-the-art spa facilities, whilst just a short drive will bring you to numerous attractions including Longleat Safari Park, Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole caves and Stonehenge.
This welcoming Bath self-catering apartment makes a relaxing rural base close to this stunning city.
About the location
PEASEDOWN ST JOHN
Bath 6.3 miles.
Peasedown St John lies on one of the hills surrounding Bath, a thriving community with a good selection of shops and pubs and about 6 miles from the centre of Bath. There are some fabulous walks in this area, including the Limestone Link long distance walk linking the limestone of the Cotswolds to that of the Mendip Hills, and passing through the valleys and villages south of Bath. Near Peasedown there are some pretty river valleys: along the length of the Wellow Brook are the remains of the Somerset Coal Canal, used in the coal mining industry around Peasedown up to the 1950s. Six miles away is the beautiful city of Bath and no matter what time of year you visit, there is something for everyone including the stunning architecture of its Georgian terraces, music festivals galore, the Christmas markets, the Roman Baths, plenty of specialist shops and of course the Thermae Bath Spa, Britain’s only natural spa where you can indulge yourself under a starlit sky.