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Bath, Bath

Review of Bath by Eleanor on November 1st, 2007
It's very beatiful town

Review of Bath by phil on February 7th, 2006
spent two days in bath last june and it was very nice. the city is very very busy though - mostly it seems with tourists and touring schools. worth a visit are the abbey, the royal crescent and the jane austen centre. found the baths a bit over-rated to be honest and packed but had to go anyway. lots of young people about and had nice dinners away from the main drag.

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Bathwick, Bath

Review of Bathwick by nick on October 17th, 2007
Bathwick is a tiny hamlet just outside bath surrounded by rolling hills and woods. All in all this is a delightful spot from which to explore the many treasures of Bath, The Mendip Hills and Somerset in general.

Review of Bathwick by Dee McVey on November 27th, 2006
Hunters spinney is not what it appears to be. There are no locks on the doors, the "exclusive bathroom" which is not ensuite but is mid way between two other bedrooms so you have to go out of your own room and risk bumping into the owners or other guests. The TV's have internal aerials so the reception is abismal .... I would not recommend it.

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Corsham, Bath

Review of Corsham by nick Barton on October 17th, 2007
Corsham is a small wiltshire town with a population of approximately 11,000. It has lovely mellow stone traditional cotswolds buildings in its centre. The Great Western Railway runs through the town and Corsham Court, home of the Lords Methuen, is well worth a visit

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