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Address: Waterhouse, Waterhouse Lane, Bath, BA2 7JB

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Set in 3 acres of lawns with riverside walks, Waterhouse is a Georgian Country House 3 miles from Bath. Comfortably furnished with Carrara marble and stone fireplaces, this property also offers a restaurant, conservatory, meeting rooms, bar and a library. The boutique style rooms feature an en-suite bathroom with free toiletries, free WiFi and parking, views of the surrounding gardens and Midford valley. Some rooms also offer a seating area. Breakfast, dinner and room service meals all made with locally sourced produce that can be enjoyed in the dining area partly overlooking the valley or in the comfort of your room. Situated in the Midford Valley, Waterhouse is an estate with easy access to bike and boat rental, as well as countryside walks. Royal Crescent, established in the 18th century, is only 15 minutes’ drive from the property. Bath Golf Club is 3 miles away.

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University of Bath - University

University of Bath - University

Distance 1.78 miles (2.85 km)
The University of Bath is a public university, established in 1966. This University is located in Bath, England. The University operates out of two main campuses: Claverton Down and Oakfield. More than 13,000 students are currently enrolled at the University. The major academic strengths are in the fields of Physical Sciences, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology. The other subjects offered are Business & Management, Architecture & Civil Engineering, Economics, Computer Science, Electronics & Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics & Operational research, Education, Molecular Biosciences, Bioscience, Physics, Hospitality, Leisure, Recreation, Sports & Tourism, and Social Policy & Administration.

Bath Spa Railway Station - Railway Station

Bath Spa Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 2.11 miles (3.37 km)
Bath Spa station was built in 1840 for the Great Western Railway by Brunel. It is in an asymmetrical Tudor style with curving gables, and lies on the north bank of the Avon, with the line swerving elegantly across from the southern bank to the station and then back again. A convenient characteristic for passengers is that ramps lead up to both platforms, permitting the disabled or those with luggage to have ready access from the platforms to cars or taxis. There is also a footbridge, formerly tolled, leading directly from the station across the Avon and allowing direct access to the village of Widcombe.

Bath Centre - Town Centre

Bath Centre - Town Centre

Distance 2.13 miles (3.4 km)
Bath is a university city with some amazing examples of Georgian architecture and a plethora of historically significant sites of interest. The city also offers superb shopping, restaurants, theatres and nightlife, as well as numerous things to do and see. The Roman Baths are amazingly complete and were excavated in 1878 after being found during building work. They are fed by one of Baths three hot springs 10,000 years ago rain seeped into the hills, the rocks heated the water and it now bubbles up into the baths. Unsurprisingly, the baths are mentioned in books by Jane Austen (herself a regular visitor to the baths),

Roman Baths - Bath - Landmark

Roman Baths - Bath - Landmark

Distance 2.33 miles (3.73 km)
Visit the heart of the World Heritage Site. Around Britain's only hot spring, the Romans built a magnificent temple and bathing complex that still flows with natural hot water. See the water's source and walk where Romans walked on the ancient stone pavements. The extensive ruins and treasures from the spring are beautifully preserved and presented using the best of modern interpretation. Roman baths were part of the day-to-day life in Ancient Rome. Bath in Somerset, contains one of the best examples of a Roman bath complex in Europe. There are two good examples at Pompeii.