From Nespresso to Nintendo, The Apartment, Bath is an excellently-located two-bedroom apartment in central Bath and the perfect home from home for guests exploring the Great West Way®.
The first bedroom is a large, bright double bedroom with king size bed (or twin beds on request). The open fireplace and large sash windows are elegant original features and south-facing views take in the length of Prior Park Road and Widcombe Hill. At the rear of the property, the second bedroom is a well-proportioned double bedroom, featuring a comfy double bed, original fireplace and built in wardrobe.
The homely lounge is flooded with light from the large, original south-facing 16-pane sash window. The room hosts an extendable dining table and chairs, designer sofa (which can convert to a sofa bed) and a feature armchair.
Brimming with technology, the lounge is equipped with satellite TV, Apple TV, Nintendo Wii, Blu-ray player and wall-mounted, internet-connected 40” Samsung LCD Smart TV with 5.1 surround sound.
A well-equipped and cleverly designed galley kitchen features high-end integrated appliances to meet your every need, including a built-in double oven and sleek induction hob, full suite of cooking facilities and an integrated NEFF fridge with ice-box. A Nespresso machine and milk frother are provided for that much needed espresso or cappuccino to kick-start your day. And there is a washer dryer, so you can pack a little lighter!
The newly renovated bathroom features a large walk-in rain shower with separate handheld spray. A chrome towel rail is complemented by a lit, motion-activated mirror cabinet featuring de-mist function and integrated razor/electric toothbrush socket.
This gorgeous two-bedroom holiday home in central Bath is ranked in the ‘10 Best Holiday Homes in Bath’ by Booking.com and consistently rated positively by guests.
We aim to meet you in person on arrival, but can also provide access via a digital key safe. We keep in contact via text message and live close by so can also be available in person at short notice (subject to availability).
Need easy access to a rental car? No problem! We have an Enterprise Car Club bay right on our door step featuring a 7-seater Toyota Verso. What's more, let us refer you and receive £20 credit towards your first booking!
The Apartment is ideally located on Widcombe Parade, within the enchanting community of Widcombe. It's steps away from restaurants, bars, coffee shops and a grocery store, and only a stone's throw from the historical city centre. Proximity to Bath Spa train station and free parking makes it the perfect location for exploring the World Heritage city of Bath, no matter what your chosen mode of transport. Nearby walks include Kennet & Avon Canal with local and open-top buses stopping outside.
The Apartment is a three-minute flat walk from Bath Spa train station and Bath Bus Station. A bus stop is located by the front door with a direct bus to University of Bath and a neighbouring bus stop is on one of the two open top bus ‘hop-on, hop-off’ routes for added convenience. One complimentary car parking permit (Zone 3) is available on request per booking.
We are a proud Bath Life Awards 2019 Finalist, and a personalised welcome and memorable stay awaits you in this wonderfully luxurious home from home.
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The Apartment, Bath is perfectly located directly on the Great West Way®. Positioned with a triple aspect at the end of Widcombe Parade and directly off the main Great West Way® artery – the A36 through Bath. From J18 on the M4, guests should follow the A46 in to Bath turning left at the end of London Road and passing the Holburne Museum. On arrival, guests may park temporarily in a short-stay car park off Claverton Street (signposted “Widcombe Shoppers”) or briefly unloading in the car park of our neighbouring Widcombe Baptist Church.
The Apartment, Bath is perfectly located for public transport being a 3-4 minute level walk from Bath Spa Railway Station and a minute further from Bath Bus Station.
If arriving by train we recommend you exit to the rear of Bath Spa train station – so if arriving from London, turn left at the bottoms of the stairs from the platform (or right if you use the lift) and exit through the rear ticket barriers.
Ahead of you, slightly to the left, you'll see a green metal footbridge across the river. Cross it and turn left along the pavement. Cross the road at the pedestrian crossing on to Widcombe Parade (you'll see a "Kitchens: Price Match" sign).
Walk the length of Widcombe Parade, passing Mus (great coffee!) The Ram (great pub!) and The Cakery (great cakes!). At the end of that road, you've arrived. We're situated above "Bath Property Shop" and our (grey) front door is round to the left, on the side end of the terrace.
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