Part of a period building constructed out of Bath stone, this apartment has bundles of character. There are bold prints to be found throughout all the rooms and a handful of quirky additions, such as the teepee in one of the bedrooms. Out the back, there's a small private balcony complete with potted plants and seating for alfresco suppers. As well as this, the basics have all been nailed, including the green corner kitchen with plenty of surface space to boot, plus a p-shaped bathtub with a rainfall shower option, too. The centre of Bath can be reached in half an hour on foot, while the neighbourhood of Bear Flat is even closer and has plenty of delis, restaurants and cafes. There's lots of green space surrounding the home too — the thirty-five-minute walk to the Palladian Bridge is particularly verdant.
Home truths: *A travel cot and high chair can be provided if required
*The building has no reserved parking spaces, but there are free non-allocated spaces on the street outside available on a first-come, first-served basis
*There's a steep staircase leading down to the property, so it might not be suitable for guests with reduced mobility
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