The Loft

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  • #Budget
  • #Romantic
  • #City Brea
  • #Family
  • #Urban
  • #Wifi

£110.00 up to £175 per night as of 02/11/2023

BEAUTIFUL APARTMENT IN BATH - The Loft is a seriously stylish and sumptuous stay close to the historic city of Bath. Perfect for 2, the stay has been designed by professional interior designers to create a calming, romantic and elegant escape. After a day exploring the sights and shops of Bath, return to relax in the open-plan, scandi-inspired living area in front of the cosy log-burning stove and a fantastic night's sleep in the soothing blue bedroom. Sleeps 2 🛏️

The highlights
The property, designed by professional interior designers, offers a romantic and elegant escape just outside Bath, ideal for couples.
The open-plan living area features neutral Scandinavian styling with a pop of colour, sleek panelled walls and a cozy log-burning stove.
The downstairs space includes a quaint kitchenette with modern amenities and a dining table for three.
The upstairs bedroom boasts tasteful blue and yellow decor, vintage furniture and a comfy bed for a peaceful night's sleep. Located near Bath, you can explore the city's heritage and culture or venture into the beautiful Somerset countryside.

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