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Bath Star Apartments, Bath, Bath

Bath Star Apartments
17 Belvedere
Bath
Bath

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This is a high quality one-bedroomed apartment located just a few minutes walk from the historic centre of the World Heritage City. The Star apartment offers all of the lower ground floor of this Georgian terraced house, mixing period architectural style with modern furnishings and fittings. Free wi-fi, free bundle of goodies and essentials on arrival, together with competitive pricing makes this an attractive hotel alternative for business or pleasure. The apartment is well located and offers convenience (at least twenty restaurants within a ten minute stroll) with accessibility (M4 fifteen minutes, mainline railway station five minutes by taxi). If arriving late there are plenty of local shops and take-aways within walking distance. Parking is free between 6 pm and 8 am and all day on Sundays and Bank Holidays; parking at meters at other times. Quiet for a city centre location the apartment is warm in winter and cool in summer. Unfortunately, the apartment is not suitable for someone with a disability due to stairs. Bath is fantastic for shopping , international sport including Bath rugby and Bath race course, a renowned theatre, seven cinema screens, the Bath music and literary festivals, and of course the newly opened Thermae Bath Spa, a day spa where you can bathe in the warm, natural mineral-rich waters of Bath. Great accommodation for a great break!

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