Fishermen's Retreat -Haven of calm 12 mins Bath

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  • Cottage
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 3

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 3

Type: Cottage

Fishermen's Retreat -Haven of calm 12 mins Bath

Fishermen's Retreat, No 4 Tucking Mill Cottages, only 10 minutes from Bath with its own south facing garden leading down to the Midford Brook. Just renovated, the self catering cottage sleeps 3. The luxurious master bedroom has wonderful views down the Midford Valley. For the other guests, small single guest room and a 4 ft wide sofabed downstairs. It boasts a 4 Star Visit England Award.

There is a patio area immediately in front of the cottage with a garden leading to a perfect seating spot for a sundowner beside the brook or dabbling a fishing rod in the water. Plenty of local wildlife including West of England Falconry for a Hawk walk on the ...Read more

About the owner

Ann S.

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Fishermen's Retreat -Haven of calm 12 mins Bath
Bath, West Country, England

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Additional Location Information

Tucking Mill is a hamlet in between Monkton Combe and Midford. Originally the site of the Somerset Coal Canal. Only 10 minutes from Bath by car. Free off road parking. If you are coming by train then a taxi will cost about £15 . There is no regular bus service to Tucking Mill.

Within half a mile there are 2 great local pubs to accompany a country walk or evening out. As well as Sustrans 24 for cycling

Bath, a Unesco World Heritage site, built in a beautiful setting in the Cotswold Hills, is full of interest for all ages. Whether you want culture, history, shopping, walking, cycling or even animals there is something for everyone.

There are many (email: hidden)ractions to keep you amused during your stay.

Within 15 minute drive:

The Roman Baths and Pump Room
Britain's only hot thermal springs, which date from Roman Times, are housed below the Pump Rooms where the natural hot water still flows.

Bath Abbey
Built over 1000 years ago, the splendid Abbey has a remarkable carved front.

Pulteney Bridge
This is one of the few bridges in the world with shops built into it. A delightfully romantic area overlooking Bath's amazing weir.

The Royal Crescent and the Circus
These are the most stunning examples of Georgian architecture to be found.

Bath Thermae Spa
The modern version of the Roman Baths where you can meet Bathonians and fellow tourists relaxing in the unique natural waters.

Fashion Museum
This is home to an unparalleled collection of contemporary and historical costumes and dress, both male and female.

Holburne Museum
The museum was transformed in 2011 and now has new galleries featuring collections from the Renaissance to the eighteenth century including paintings, sculpture, silver and porcelain with an unrivalled collection of Gainsboroughs

American Museum
The finest range of American memorabilia outside the US. A wide calendar of special events and exhibits. Lovely historic gardens just outside Bath city limits, close to Tucking Mill.

Jane Austen Centre
See at first hand life in Regency times and how Bath shaped Jane Austin's approach to her novels. Lovely Regency tea rooms.
Victoria Art Gallery

National Trust Properties to visit near by: Prior Park, Dyrham Park, Westonbirt Arboretum, Lacock, Stourhead.

Longleat, Stonehenge, Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole are all close at hand and provide many amusements for children as well as adults.

More About This Location

Rural retreats

Getting There

Nearest ferry port: Portsmouth, 30.01 miles
Nearest airport: Bristol, 23.98 miles
Nearest train station: Bath Spa, 2.49 miles
Car is recommended



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