Our Properties in Bath
Bathampton, on the edge of Bath, is a gem. A real village, with historic pubs, and countryside for waterside, hill and meadow walks, yet a gentle half hour stroll (or 10 minute bus ride) along the beautiful Kennet & Avon Canal into the centre of the World Heritage City of Bath. Visitors will wish to explore the local church. There is a chapel dedicated to Sir Arthur Phillip, the first Governor of New South Wales - the Australian flag flies above the bell tower on Australia Day.
In the churchyard is buried William Harbutt, the inventor of plasticine, the post-impressionist painter Walter Sickert, and Viscount du Barry, who reputedly bears the distinction of being the last person in England to die in a legal duel. His ghost is said to haunt the halls of the "George" tavern opposite! Set in the beautiful Avon valley with the River Avon running along its edge as well as the canal, the village is looked down upon by Little Solsbury Hill, of which Peter Gabriel famously sung. You can access the Bath Skyline walk directly from the cottage - this 6 mile round circuit created and maintained by the National Trust is the most downloaded National Trust walk in the UK.
Let us introduce you to Wee Grange, our beautiful self catering cottage on the outskirts of the UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath. A romantic bolt hole for two, we offer a memorable stay in beautiful surroundings. The magnificent city of Bath is a short walk away along the beautiful Kennet and Avon Canal. Museums, galleries, stately homes, fabulous pubs and restaurants and rolling Somerset, Wiltshire and Cotswold countryside are all within easy striking distance from this home from home. Open for short and long stays all year round.
- Romantic Retreat in Bath
- Beautiful self catering cottage
- On the doorstep of Bath
- 500 year old charm
- Modern Conveniences