Hello & Welcome to Bath!
Welcome to Wee Grange, our historic and luxurious self catering accommodation for 2, on the outskirts of the UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath. We offer a true escape here - romantic and tranquil in an idyllic village setting, good pubs a few moments' walk away - and a short beautiful stroll along the Kennet & Avon Canal into the centre of this world famous Roman and Georgian City.
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Ancient & Modern City of Wellbeing
Bath has drawn visitors to its natural thermal springs since Roman times. The 2000 year old thermal baths are one of the finest historic sites in Northern Europe and it's not hard to see why; it is fascinating to explore the Baths, walk on original Roman pavements and visit the ruins of the Temple of Sulis Minerva.
Fashionable Georgians flocked to Bath; drawn by society and the allegedly curative powers of its waters. Much of Bath's stunning architecture dates from this period including the iconic Royal Crescent and Circus. Follow in the footsteps of the celebrated leader of fashion Beau Nash, who presided over Georgian Bath's social life, and enjoy your own wellness and relaxation experience. Boutique shops, markets and restaurants await, and a diverse calendar of theatre, comedy, music and literature events. Why not take a modern day dip in Britain's only natural thermal waters at Thermae Bath Spa, or spend an afternoon in some of Bath's diverse and respected museums and galleries.
Thermal Waters Old & New
Explore some of Bath's seven enfolding hills by walking the Skyline Walk. The National Trust's most downloaded walk nationally, this 6 mile circular walk will take you along Bath's skyline hills and through ancient woodlands and pretty valleys. The great National Trust estates of Prior Park, Dyrham and Stourhead are all within easy striking distance, as are quaint Somerset, Wiltshire & Cotswold villages and towns, and the energising city of Bristol. Beautiful walking & cycling countryside, and fabulous country pubs abound. Or stay close to your home from home - and stroll back from a day in town along the beautiful Kennet & Avon Canal to your picturesque village retreat (stopping perhaps for a pint at the George, our 400 year old canalside village pub), and fall asleep to the gentle gurgle of the ancient “dog’s head” fountain in the street below.
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