The beauty of Bath is not only in its spectacular Georgian buildings, but in the surrounding ring of green hills and trees. Every thoroughfare has a glorious green backdrop. This beautiful first floor Georgian apartment near the Royal Crescent and close to the city centre, uses foliage to highlight its lofty ceilings and spectacularly tall windows. Awarded 4 star gold by the Tourist Board.
Bath never ceases to amaze with wonderful historic buildings secreted in the myriad of city streets. This capacious property in the city centre is a hidden gem. Outwardly, a handsome 18th century stable block, this unusual building has been completely redesigned within and will wow you with its fantastic open living space and contemporary styling.
Enjoy the bright lights of this pretty city from this perfectly tailored apartment for 4 in central Bath. Awarded 5 star by the British Tourist Board. Stylish, spacious interiors, large sun terraces for outdoor drinks or alfresco dining and an easy stroll to the city centre make this apartment a real treat. Newly refurbished, there are rich dark oak floors, glossy monochrome surfaces, designer furnishings, travertine tiling and beautiful period detail throughout.
To be in The Royal Crescent on a bright blue morning, marveling at the graceful architectural curves and stately ionic columns is to link arms with those that have had the privilege or good fortune to have enjoyed this same vista in 1774 when this most famous example of Georgian architecture was completed.
Argyle Riverview Flat
This sumptuous 18th century 1st floor apartment has an open-plan living room with three vast Georgian windows that look directly over the River Avon, Pulteney Bridge, the historic buildings of Bath and the rolling countryside beyond. It`s a rare vantage point in the centre of this beautiful city, and with the soothing sound of water over the weir in the background, you could easily forget that you were in a city at all.
This unexpected house within a house is a secret worth knowing. Tucked inside a handsome Georgian Terrace that flanks the famous Royal Crescent in the centre of Bath, is large, quiet and contemporary apartment that ranges over 3 floors, comfortably accommodating 4 (and up to 6) people. The house has impressive period features and contemporary flair, resulting in a stylish, comfortable and welcoming home. It`s a great place to have a soiree of family and friends and indulge in some follies of your own. Awarded 5 stars by the British Tourist Board.
Visiting this bustling merchant's house in the heart of Georgian Bath, Jane Austin might have enjoyed fine tea, good company and the latest news. This atmospheric town house built 280 years ago is full of old world charm. Arranged over 4 floors and full of lovely antiques, handsome fireplaces, charming prints and pretty linens, it paints a wonderful picture of life enjoyed by wealthy regency businessmen of the city.
Like a breath of fresh air, this cool and contemporary inspired Georgian house will refresh your spirits. With three floors to sleep up to eight people, it`s spacious, full of light and has a luxurious, laid-back vibe that will make you feel right at home. Situated in the centre of Bath, there are city and sporting delights right on the doorstep and almost everything else within easy walking distance.
Kick off your shoes and take a bottle of wine onto the first floor balcony of this contemporary mews house in central Bath. In this serene spot tucked behind the world famous Royal Crescent, you can retreat from the bustle of the city and savor the day's events with family and friends. This house offers a great central location, four elegant bedrooms to sleep 6 and an airy open-plan kitchen, diner, and living area that extends out to a broad balcony where everyone will enjoy gathering.
Bath has the prettiest houses and once you`ve discovered this delightful 3 story Edwardian home; you may never want to leave. As enticing as a frosted three tiered cake, it has all the right ingredients for a satisfying family vacation. Four dreamy bedrooms to sleep 8 with gorgeous views
Situated in the majestic and world famous Royal Crescent, this former family home spans 150` in length comprising 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, reception room, dining room, kitchen, library, utility and 2 courtyards. It has been awarded a 5 star rating by the British Tourist Board. This property can allow a maximum of 8 people.
Why leave the country when you can enjoy a little piece of Provence in the rolling Wiltshire countryside. A picturesque cluster of historic farm buildings has been transformed into a stunning French style retreat which sleeps 8-10 people. Enjoy these spacious surroundings, beautiful furnishings and lavish creature comforts. Explore the historic south west from here or simply enjoy the local life.
Tucked away in the heart of a pretty Bath-stone village, only 10 minutes by car from Bath City Centre, is this modern and family-friendly house with stunning views and a fusion of Asian & contemporary styles. It has three double bedrooms (2 king size) with en-suite, a twin room (bunk beds), and two singles and accommodates up to 10 people. This house offers guests the luxury of light, space, quiet and privacy together with a large heated swimming pool and five acres of woodland, orchards and landscaped terraced gardens.
At Victorian House in Bath city centre, you can please all of the people all of the time. This handsome Victorian house is perfect for a big gathering of family or friends as it has 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, with a TV in every room, lots of space and storage and a large parking bay for up to 3 cars. Everything that Bath has to offer is nearby, it couldn`t be easier.
Bath Manor is an idyllic 17th century manor house. Its handsome frame evident in original flagstone floors, deep window reveals, ancient oak beams, warm polished stone, rich oak floors and elegant carved stone fireplaces and staircase. Large traditional rooms have been refreshed using contemporary natural fabrics in linen, sea grass and soft blues. Every room appears light, airy, beautifully presented and immaculately furnished
Live like Kings and Queens in a picture perfect castle only 8 miles from Bath. Constructed in 1806, it`s a perfect little medieval fortress, complete with towers, battlements and portcullis, set within wooded and landscaped gardens. Deep within the castle walls are sumptuous living and dining rooms, full of warmth and character and 9 luxurious bedrooms, 8 of which have en-suite bathrooms.
Manor House I is situated in the small parish of Goathurst, some 3 miles south-west of Bridgwater on the northern edge of the Quantocks. The house lies south–west of the village on rising ground and is approached by a long drive through a former ornamental park, now largely under cultivation. It is of courtyard plan and the principal William & Mary range, dating 1689, faces north with distant views of the Bristol Channel.
England has a history that deepens with the times, from its Glorious Castles, to the sweeping countryside, no matter which way you turn England has something to offer. When most people think of the UK their mind is instantly drawn to the Royal Family and the area of London. London often draws its crowds from the amazing shopping, dining, and local attractions that are unlike any other. In London you will often find that it has a clear and distinct mind of its own, from the Tooting Common to the London Eye or even a tour of Stonehenge. Truly this is one of the most spectacular places to take your family and friends alike. It is no wonder that thousands of visitors flock to the city each month, from all parts of the Globe. If visiting do not miss out on the Changing of the Guards Ceremony at Buckingham Palace http://www.changing-the-guard.com/, then take a cruise on the river Thames http://www.citycruises.com/, then visit St. Paul’s Cathedral http://www.stpauls.co.uk/, which is just the tip of the iceberg. For more things to do in this location visit www.tripadvisor.com.
The Heart of England, which is the Countryside, is one of the most beautiful places you will ever travel to. From the Amazing views that can only be called Enchanting, with tapestries set in Cotswold Stone.
The Cotswold Hills are actually made of Chalk and form waves, reminiscent of its past, which draws your attention to the landscapes every time. You will enjoy the local towns of Bristol, Cheltenham, Lydney, Nails Worth, Strowd and Tewksberry. If travelling here, you must find time to visit Berkeley Castle http://www.berkeley-castle.com/, Chavenage http://www.chavenage.com/, Stanway House and Fountain http://www.stanwayfountain.co.uk/, or call the National Trust for arranging tours of Historic Estates or Trusts http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/.
England has lots to see, don’t miss out on the wonderful adventures you can have by going to, The British Museum in London, Seeing a game at Manchester’s United Football Stadium, Visiting Borough Market, Lindisfarne Holy island, Glyndebourne Opera House in East Sussex, East Head or West Wittering beach, Sheffield Zoo, Virginia Water lakes, Brighton Seaside Town, Fistral Beach in Newquay, Go to the The Glastonbury Festival in Pilton, Visit Pulteney Bridge in Bath, Churston Cove in Brixham, or one of many things to do throughout England.
We offer amazing Home and Holiday Cottage rentals as well as Castle Rentals throughout England. Most love to Stay in the Cotswold area because of the beauty and history there, but others love to travel to the city where we have amazing London Flats. We would love to find you the perfect holiday accommodation next time you are thinking of traveling to England.