Facilities:

 

• Non smoking establishment

 

• Accept children all ages

 

• On site parking

 

• Lcd televisions with freeview in all rooms

 

• Four poster beds available

 

• Radio in all bedrooms

 

• Tea & coffee making facilities

  in all bedrooms

 

• Garden/patio for guests use

 

• Ironing facilities

 

• Italian and English spoken

 

• Free Wi Fi

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Bath has something for everyone. The Roman Baths are perhaps Bath's best known attraction. Walk where the Romans walked around the steaming baths, and see the Roman artifacts. The Royal Crescent, designed by John Wood the Younger in the 18th Century, has been well preserved, and Number1 houses a museum of 18th Century life. From here, it's a short walk to the Circus, a perfect circle of unspoilt Georgian houses with a shady green space as its centrepiece. Or visit the beautiful medieval Bath Abbey, where you can take the Tower Tour for wonderful views of the city. Walk down the impressive Pulteney Street to the Holburne Museum with its varied collection of art works.

 

The Jane Austen Centre provides a snapshot of Regency Bath, and includes a gift shop and tea rooms. Or for fashionistas, how about the Fashion Museum - a themed collection of modern and historical dress. The museum is housed in the elegant Assembly Rooms, a fashionable entertainment venue in Georgian times.

 

The more energetic visitor can climb to the top of Beckford's Tower, a folly built in 1827, for stunning views over Bath and beyond.

 

For a real treat, spend some time at the Thermae Bath Spa, fed from Britain's only natural warm springs. Swim in the indoor or rooftop pools or spoil yourself with a luxurious treatment.

 

Bath has a wide variety of shops, from High Street names such as Marks & Spencer to fascinating boutiques and small independent shops. Southgate:Bath houses big fashion brands, while Walcot Street, known as Bath's Artisan Quarter, has a quirky selection of independent shops. Don't forget to visit Pulteney Bridge, one of the few historic bridges in the world with shops across it.

 

Why not round off your day with tea at the Pump Room, to the accompaniment of the Pump room trio, or try the famous Sally Lunn bun at Sally Lunn's house - one of the oldest buildings in Bath.

 

Had 2 lovely nights at Villa Claudia. Spotlessly clean, lovely bedroom with four poster bed and amazing bathroom. The bed was so comfortable. Maria and Carlo were lovely warm, welcoming hosts.

 

S S  (GB)

 

Source: TripAdvisor