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Bodhi House
31A Englishcombe Lane

BA2 2EE | View map

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Bodhi House is a new and stylish Bed & Breakfast in the World Heritage City of Bath. Park your car, or let us transport you from the train or coach station, all at no extra charge, and relax. Enjoy our superb position with its commanding views over the City of Bath and beyond, able to stroll downhill to the city centre in thirty minutes, or just a few minutes by bus or taxi. The accommodation is light and modern offering high levels of comfort and quality. Our rooms are all tastefully appointed with ensuite, luxury shower rooms, complimentary toiletries from Neal's Yard, Egyptian cotton bed linen, flat screen TV/DVD players, wireless broadband internet access, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and alarm clock. Our wide range of breakfast options contain only quality ingredients, often locally sourced, mostly organic and always thoughtfully presented. You will have your own private entrance at Bodhi House, off-street parking if required, and use of the garden with its seating areas and views. A distinct section of Bodhi House is also home to the Taylor family - long-term Bath residents who can provide you with helpful tips and information on how to make the very most of your stay in the glorious and historic City of Bath.We offer a warm and informal welcome and will assist you in any way we can to make your stay in Bath special and memorable.

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