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Tucking Mill Annexe, Bath, Bath

Tucking Mill Annexe
Tucking Mill Manor
Bath
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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 Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and even today traces of the Somerset Coal Canal can be seen within the gardens at Tucking Mill. The hamlet lies within easy access of the University of Bath and Bath Spa University, the MOD, Monkton Combe School and Prior Park School.

The perfect spot for enjoying the sophisticated city delights of Bath and relaxing afterwards in the rural calm of the Tucking Mill hamlet. You can enjoy cycling along the Colliers Way - Sustrans route 24- , fishing , exploring the area by car or just walking along the brooks : all is on the doorstep. Wildlife spotting might include deer, badgers, otters, mink and many wonderful birds including the rarely seen barn Owls. You can even go for a Hawk Walk with our local expert. There are two locally renowned village pubs, the Hope and Anchor at Midford and the Wheelwrights at Monkton Combe within 10 mins walk where excellent meals await.

A good venue for visiting not just Bath but the many National ~Trust properties in the area, Cheddar Gorge, Longleat and even London is only 90 minutes but rail.

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