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Are you looking for short city breaks at one of the UKs most culturally rich locations? Then why not take a look at our Bath Mill Lodge Retreat in Somerset, which is situated just a couple of miles outside of Bath city centre.
Our resort is ideally located to allow you to take in the peaceful Somerset countryside, while also being able to take advantage of everything that the stunning city of Bath has to offer. This highly rated resort is perfect for short city breaks in the region.
Bath really is underrated in general, being one of the most culturally rich cities that Britain has to offer. With various sites of historic significance, museums, water features, scenic walking areas and not to mention an impressive shopping district made up of well known brands and quirky local stores.
This isn’t the kind of city where you will feel overwhelmed by crowds in a highly built up area; it is all about culture being entrenched in history. It is of course most famous for its beautiful Roman Baths; the spring for which was first utilised in 836 BC by the Celts, and was used to worship the goddess Sulis. The site continued to be used after the Roman invasion, with the initial temple estimated to have been constructed between 60 and 70 AD. The site has been heavily redeveloped since, with the on-site museum providing a far more in-depth breakdown of the history of the Roman Baths, for those who have an interest.
Another highly recommended museum in the city itself is the Jane Austen Centre, a permanent exhibition, which is dedicated to the life and works of the famous author. You can also pay a visit to the stunning Bath Abbey which was founded in the 7th Century.
You may also like to take a gentle stroll in the city centre park from where you can admire Pultney Bridge and the river which runs past the park itself.
There are also plenty of eateries to sample in the city, with various tastes and requirements catered for by an eclectic range of restaurants. One of the most highly rated restaurants in the area is our very own Brook Bar & Bistro, which is located on Bath Mill Lodge Retreat itself. Head Chef Luke Richards, and his dedicated team, offer a range of high quality traditional British Classics & exotic cuisine from further afield.
The Brook Bar & Restaurant is just one of the reasons why Bath Mill Lodge Retreat is the best place to stay if you are looking for short city breaks in Bath. Our 5 star holiday resort also features a complete gymnasium to cater for varying training needs.
The holiday lodges themselves are also second to none, with varying sizes available depending on your requirements. We have one to four bedroom options available, all of which are completed by modern interior designs and technological luxuries such as flat screen TVs and free Wi-Fi access.
If you are looking for short city breaks, then think Darwin Escapes. We aim to help our customers create holiday memories which last a lifetime, and our 5 star Bath Mill Lodge Retreat has been designed to completely reinvest the city break experience.
Newton Road, Bath, Somerset, BA2 9JF
Now Open Bath Mill Lodge Retreat has undergone extensive redevelopment work and is now open to the public, offering luxury lodge breaks just outside of Bath City Centre. It is set to ...
For short city breaks, look no further than Bath Mill Lodge Retreat which is located just ten minutes outside of Bath City Centre. Take full advantage of the city’s many attractions without staying in a busy city centre hotel, with our resort set in the middle of the Somerset countryside. We have one to four bedroom lodges available depending on your requirements.
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