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Lavender House
Bloomfield Park
Bath
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Lavender House Bed and Breakfast is a large elegant Edwardian house with delightful relaxing gardens situated on the Southern slopes of Bath. Recently redecorated to a very high standard; Lavender house is a non-smoking home in a quiet conservation area 20 minutes walk to the City or two minutes walk to access public transport.This elegant house is set in its own grounds providing ample car parking, both on and off street. Guests may enjoy our lovely garden capturing the good weather with a glass of wine and a good book. Alternatively, guests may relax in the sitting room watching Sky Television, reading or having a Sunday afternoon snooze. We all at Lavender house take great pride in our service to guests and will do our utmost to accommodate any requests.

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