Limpley StokeCopyright Martin Clark

Limpley Stoke with its 13th century Church of St Mary dominating the village is off the beaten (car) track, but passed by the Kennet and Avon Canal which provides pleasant walks and atmosphere here... Read More

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Combe Grove Manor

Combe Grove Manor

This 17th century manor house is wonderfully situated just two miles from the historic city of Bath. Nestling in 69 acres of private parkland, the estate offers the most astonishing views over the Limpley Stoke ... More | visit website


Best Western The Cliffe Hotel

Best Western The Cliffe Hotel

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The Cliffe Hotel is a small 3 Star Connoisseur Country House Hotel set in 3.5 acres of wooded countryside with beautiful views along the Avon and Limpley Stoke ... More | Double Room: 110

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Limpley Stoke Hotel (0.41 miles)

Limpley Stoke Hotel

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With stunning views of the valley and 3 acres of private grounds, this traditional Georgian country house has a delightful village setting, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Originally founded during ... More

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Waterhouse (0.49 miles)

Waterhouse is a beautiful Georgian Mansion, set in 3 acres of park land with lawns sloping down to its own stretch of river, nestling in stunning countryside with panoramic views. The house has been sympathetically ... More | visit website
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Millbrook (0.50 miles)


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Millbrook is a former Victorian farmhouse situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. All rooms have stunning views over the beautiful Limpley Stoke valley, ... More

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Manor House (0.62 miles)

Manor House

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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 ... More

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Wheelwrights Arms (0.69 miles)

Wheelwrights Arms

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This inn nestles in the peaceful village of Monkton Combe, surrounded by picturesque hills and valleys. Recently refurbished accommodation houses 7 luxury bedrooms with bathrooms or showers. There are 5 doubles, one ... More

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Homewood Park Hotel & Spa (0.85 miles)

Homewood Park Hotel & Spa
Standing amid 10 acres of beautiful grounds and woodland on the edge of Limpley Stoke Valley, a designated area of natural beauty is Homewood Park, one of Britain's finest privately-owned smaller country house hotels. ... More | visit website
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Tucking Mill Annexe (0.87 miles)

Tucking Mill Annexe
Tucking Mill Annexe is situated just on the Southern side of Bath, 15 minutes from Bath City Centre (2.9 miles) in the historic and beautiful yet little-known Tucking Mill valley. Tucking Mill is within the ... More | visit website
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Shrubdown B&B (1.31 miles)

Shrubdown B&B

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Country retreat. Family home set in two and a half acres of gardens with fantastic southerly views above the glorious Iford Manor and its renowned Peto garden. A sprawling house ... More

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Friary Dene (1.33 miles)

Friary Dene

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Welcome to Friary Dene a relaxing and fabulously comfy Bed and Breakfast in Bath. Pretend this is your own pied--terre in the country, book and unwind with a lazy long ... More

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Brunswick Cottage (1.57 miles)

Brunswick Cottage
Brunswick Cottage is a charming and delightfully quirky cottage in Combe Down, with interesting rooms and many original period features, overlooking pretty garden, where breakfast can be taken on sunny mornings. Close to Bath centre, ... More | visit website

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