Brunswick Cottage

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42 Combe Road

Brunswick Cottage, Bath

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Brunswick Cottage offers quaint lodging in the tranquil Combe Down area of Bath with free private parking and free Wi-Fi access. Many rooms overlook its pretty garden where breakfast is served on sunny days. Located 2 miles from the centre of historic Bath and Bath Spa Railway Station Brunswick Cottage is under 3 miles from the University of Bath.

The scenic Prior Park Landscape Garden a National Trust site is less than one mile away. All rooms are unique in style many with Georgian or Victorian features. Every room benefits from a small en suite shower or bathroom and tea and coffee making facilities.

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