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B and Bs in Monkton Combe

Millbrook
Waterhouse Lane
Monkton Combe
Bath

BA2 7JA | View map

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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, and all benefit from having en suite or private facilities, TV with video/ DVD, fair trade tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, etc. This is a fabulous area for walking and just a few hundred metres fron the Kennet & Avon canal towpath yet is just 3 miles from the city of Bath. There is a large private parking area and secure storage for bicycles. Guests have access to the heated pool(seasonal). Millbrook is a non smoking house. You can be assured of a very warm welcome and a delicious breakfast with free range eggs from our own chickens and home made bread amongst other goodies! Good food is served at the friendly pubs nearby and fine dining is available at weekends at The Fig Tree restaurant in the nearby village of Monkton Combe. At weekends we only accept reservations for two or more nights, but single night bookings are often possible during the week.

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