Morford Town House

Luxury central Bath home away from home

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Bath city centre is right on your doorstep when you stay at Morford Town House.

 

The Assembly Rooms is just 2 minutes away and there you can find Bath Fashion Museum and The Assembly Rooms Tearooms.  From there take a stroll down Bartlett Street and enjoy the independent shops and eateries. Its the nicest way to approach the bustle of George Street and Milsom Street.

The region surrounding Bath is one of the most popular destinations for tourists from all over the world.

 

You can see so much of what makes this part of the country so special if you are based at Morford Town House.  Within 45 minutes drive you could be at the seaside eating Fish and Chips overlooking the sea, or you could jump on a train if you prefer. There are even Steam Trains running out of Bath to Weymouth for a really traditional day out!

Cyclists looking for a challenge will enjoy the inclines of the valley of Bath's rolling hills and there are great cycling routes along the Kennet & Avon canal and between bath and Bristol as well as 'The Two Tunnels' circuit  being of particular note!

 

With our secure garage you will be able to store your bike safely.  The Bath half Marathon draws people to the City in March and we can provide a great base for competitors and their supporters

Stonehenge and Avebury stone circles are both around 45 minutes drive away and you are on the doorstep of all the beautiful villages in the Cotswolds. Bristol is only a 10 minute train ride away and is full of fascinating places to visit. Steeped in history the Bristol Harbourside is a day out in itself.

 

Country walks around Bath, especially the Cotswold Way and The Bath Skyline are plentiful and you will often be able to find some wonderful pub lunches along the way. The West Country is steeped in history and mysticism. Glastonbury is only 45 minutes away by car and is a lovely place to spend a day, as is the tiny city of Wells with its moated Bishops Palace and infamous baby eating bishop of Bath and Wells!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The renowned and unique  Thermae Bath Spa draws people to the city and is an absolute must. You can watch the sun going down over the city from the Rooftop Pool  before getting dressed up for a night on the town, or watch Glass Blowing at the famous Bath Aqua Glass and take home a lovely piece of Handmade glass  Stroll along The Royal Crescent and pop into No.1 Royal Crescent. A completely restored Georgian Town House Museum showing life as it would have been in the 18th Century in Bath.  The Roman Baths are a must for anyone interested in ancient history. The Kings Circus, just up from the Crescent is worth a stroll and the Royal Victoria Park is just around the corner if you wish to rest your weary legs before hitting the shops. All of just within moments of the house!

The Theatre Royal Bath home to the historic Main House, Ustinov Studio and egg theatre, is  the big hub of theatre in Bath, where many productions and plays get an airing before hitting the West End, and huge program of plays and performance all year round!

 

 There are lots of Cultural Festivals all year round in Bath, including the International Music Festival and The Literary Festival, and the denisity of brilliant museums of art history ad culture is quite phenominal

Why stop for a whistle stop tour when there's so many magical things to discover in the cultural heart of the west country...you'll want to come back again and again!

 

Book now! Call Jenni on 07970842707!

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