The original wellbeing break in Bath

In many ways Bath is an obvious choice for a great British staycation, after all it has been the wellbeing destination since, well, Roman times when you think about it! With fantastic transport links across the South West to Wales and ...

Six sumptuous alfresco dining experiences

Doesn’t there feel to be a sense of hope in the air these days? Not only has self-catering re-opened, but now visitors to Bath can enjoy a wide-range of alfresco dining experiences too. Whether you’re keen to enjoy afternoon tea with ...

The Bridgerton impact

Bridgerton has occupied many of my evenings. Living in Bath I have great fun spotting the various local historic Regency buildings. Do come and see which you of its Georgian features you can find. Another aspect of the Jane Austen ...

Lockdown at Hedgemead Court

Don’t know about you but I love mid-century modern. No 2 Hedgemead Court is one of the best examples of this located in the heart of the historic city of Bath. Newly renovated to a very high standard you can relax in total ...

From Georgian gardens to paddle boarding

If you like me are a fan of gardens then Bath has many to explore. Hedgemead Park is just one of the beautiful informal pleasure gardens in this world-heritage city and No 2 Hedgemead Court is just beside it. Hedgemead Court ...

Splendid views in the artisan quarter

Are you ready for a relaxing escape after the monotony of lockdown, I know I am! Kick off your sumptuous staycation this season in style and comfort this season, with a luxurious stay in the newly renovated Hedgemead Court. Located ...

Tucking Mill is a natural haven

Escape with a tranquil escape to the country in the leafy hamlet of Tucking Mill, where you’ll find several luxury self-catering cottages just 15 minutes’ from the beautiful Georgian city of Bath. Ideal for a weekend retreat or a ...

Stroll along the Kennet and Avon Canal

Despite the city’s symbolic Georgian architecture, the UNESCO World Heritage City is surrounded with open green spaces abundant with flora and fauna, after many years in Bath it still surprises me. The winding waterways of the River ...

Bath’s best green spaces

The UNESCO World-Heritage City of Bath may be best known for its iconic Georgian architecture and natural hot springs, but despite the decorative urban sprawl, Bath is also surrounded by seven hills, acting as the ideal gateway to the ...

Put a spring in your step

Hurrah for the sun and the countryside which is beginning to bloom with the early signs of Spring. No more is this so than in the rural glades of the Midford Valley, home to the tranquil settlement of Tucking Mill, where a row of ...