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One Night Stays in Bath

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Sarah Twist

Written by: 10th March 2016

Estimated time to read: 3 minutes

Luxury 5 Star Rated Bath Mill Lodge Retreat

Bath Mill Lodge Retreat
Darwin Escapes beautiful retreat offers the perfect one night breaks for everyone, whether visiting the city or attending a conference on site

Whether you are visiting the Roman Baths, the Jane Austen Centre or working in the city for a day, Bath Mill Lodge Retreat is just two miles from the city centre, making this peaceful park the ideal alternative to a busy city hotel. Being surrounded by nature, the beautiful woodland and the dreamy sounds of the slow meandering of the Newton Brook, you will lose yourself and forget that you are so near a noisy city centre. Our luxury studio lodge accommodation is perfect for one night stays in Bath regardless of whether you are staying for business or pleasure.

Bath Mill Offers City Tranquillity

Norland Holiday Lodges

Our breath taking lodge retreat is located within walking distance (if the weather is on your side) from the historic city centre. But being surrounded by woodland and the beautiful Newton Brook trickling through the retreat, you will get the best of both worlds at Bath Mill. We have a state of the art, fully air conditioned gymnasium with everything from cardio workouts, with our treadmills and cross trainers, to core strengthening with our free weights, as well as having a luxury flat screen TV and cold, filtered water. Pure peace and tranquillity, only minutes away from the city centre.

Luxury One Night Accommodation

One Night Accommodation

Our fantastic Norland Lodge’s available at Bath Mill are studio style and built for the ultimate in comfort. If you are looking for the right alternative to a city centre hotel break, the Norland Lodge is it.

Our one night stay bookings receive early check in, from 12 noon, as well as a continental breakfast delivered to your lodge, cooked by The Brook Bar & Bistro on site. The Norland offers a kitchenette for those that wish to cook, including a microwave, kettle and toaster, a super soft super king size bed, as well as a private decking area to enjoy your breakfast.

ensuite bathroom

It also has all the mod cons you could wish for, including a flat screen TV with Freeview channels, free Wi-Fi and Bluetooth docking stations. Along with a stunning ensuite, including a glorious bath, shower and double sink area, beautifully finished. All with fancy floor lighting too!

Luxury Food for Your Stay

The Brook Bar & Bistro

The Brook Bar & Bistro is located on site, inside the recently renovated, stunning, 350 year old Mill House. The Brook has become one of the most sought after restaurants in the area, with Head Chef Luke Richards and his very talented team serving unpretentious fine dining. And with its modern and cosy décor, you will feel relaxed while enjoying mouth watering dishes from our fantastic menu.

Business Taken Care Of

Bath Gym

We also have fantastic corporate conferencing facilities, including state of the art audio/visual equipment, free Wi-Fi, private room and entrance, as well as tablet connectivity, giving you the freedom to roam outside if the need is there. We offer completely bespoke day delegate and 24 hour delegate packages, including food and refreshments available and provided all day, our maximum capacity is 65 people so we cater to all kinds of corporate functions. If your conference is on site at our state of the art facility, you will know that your delegates are well rested in some of the most comfortable accommodation Bath city can offer.

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So if you are you looking for the perfect one night stay accommodation in Bath, the Norland Lodge at Bath Mill Lodge Retreat is perfect for you, offering all the mod cons, facilities and even delivered to your door breakfast.

Visit Bath Mill and take a look at our lovely, secluded, retreat.

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