The Firs

Bed and Breakfast in Bath, Somerset

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2 Newbridge Hill

The Firs, Bath

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Accommodation Description:

The Firs is a Victorian bed and breakfast newly renovated to a high standard. Parking non-smoking friendly family home. TV along with tea and coffee facilities.

En-suite with hair dryers iron and ironing board available. Close to the shops and Victoria Park. Bus service available every 10 minutes.

Just under a mile from the city centre. Local facilities: Organic coffee shop delicatessen Indian restaurant convenience store laundrette.

 4 star rating

From: £80.00

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