B and Bs in Combe Down

High Beeches in Bath
156 Midford Road
Combe Down


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This is a wondeful Edwardian family home offering superb accomodation on the southern slopes of Bath in an area of oustanding natural beauty with lovely views towards the Midford Valley.We are also extremely close to the MOD Offices at FOXHILL,Bath Clinic,Wessex Water,Bath University,Bath Spa University,Prior Park and Monkton Combe schools.A truly great location whether for business or pleasure.Surrounded by beautiful countryside,excellent pubs within walking distance that do superb food and glorious scenic walks makes this is a gem of a location.Warm & genuine hospitality in a great location only 1.3 miles from Bath City Centre & on the main bus route so you wont need your car which can be safely left.Extremely well equipped Family/Triple/Double/Twin-single rooms all with en-suite shower rooms with all the amenities you would want during your stay,Teli,Tea/Coffee facilities,Hairdryer etc.Deliciously cooked traditional English or Continental breakfast & a courtesy lift in to Bath on your first morning if you ask Ian nicely !Private off-street parking and garaging (if available)Courtesy pick up/drop off from Railway & Bus station (Please arrange in advance through our website ) Internet access via Wi-Fi for guests with their own computers or access via High Beeches PCMINIMUM TWO NIGHT BOOKING AT WEEKENDS AND BANK HOLIDAYS ON ALL ROOMS

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