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Manor House
Monkton Combe
Bath
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Restful, rambling Medieval Manor in rural valley 2 miles from Bath City Centre. Classified as a British Ancient Monument, The Manor House has been lived in since 1262! It features a Tudor inglenook fire and individually decorated spacious en-suite bedrooms. Breakfast is served until noon. Champagne breakfast in bed or champagne flowers and chocolates in your room on arrival are both available on request. Dogs and children welcome.

Lovely country walks and pubs in this 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. England's only World Heritage City w 2000 yr old Roman Baths and modern shopping a mere 8 mins drive away. 5 min walk to canal w boat and bike hire.1 mile to University park-and-ride,6 mls Bradford on Avon, 20 mins Longleat. Close to Cheddar, Wells, Bristol, Salisbury and Stonehenge. However you choose to spend your day, The Manor House provides a delightful, peaceful retreat which you will remember for a long time.

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