Ling welcomes you to her Victorian period home in the centre of Bath – a World Heritage City with Roman roots, a medieval abbey and stunning Georgian architecture. Located in the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Apple Tree is a 5 minute stroll to the city centre and a 10 minute level walk from the train station. Apple Tree offers complimentary on-site or off-site permit parking in front of the house in a quiet residential location, and are located close to the Kennet and Avon canal which offers leisurely walks and boat hire.
All rooms are individually themed with an elegant blend of English and Asian artwork where East meets West, fresh cotton bedlinen and modern facilities. Apple Tree offers you a friendly, personal service in a tranquil and homely atmosphere.
All rooms are individually themed with an elegant blend of English and Asian artwork where East meets West.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Wonderful B&B accommodation
- Fresh cotton bedlinen
- En-suite facilities in all rooms
- Complimentary high speed fibre optic broadband
- Choice of full English breakfast or continental breakfast buffet with vegetarian options
- Hospitality trays
- White Company toiletries
- Flat screen WiFi LED TV
- Hair dryer in rooms and ironing facilities upon request
Breakfast is served in the light and airy dining room on the first floor. Apple Tree extensively uses organic and local products, and offer traditional English breakfast cooked to order (vegetarian sausage available), smoked salmon with scrambled eggs or poached buttered kippers. Lighter choices are available from the buffet bar with fresh fruit salad, pastries, cereals, cheeses, yoghurts and soy milk. They are happy to cater for special dietary upon request.
The City of Bath:
On The Map: Bath is located in the southwest of England, 115 miles west of London, and just 13 miles east of Bristol.
The City of Bath is truly unique. It was founded by the Romans, after their conquest of Britain in AD 43. Between the 1st and 4th centuries, the Romans constructed a temple dedicated to the divinity, Sulis, as well as several hot baths. The natural source of the baths yields over 1,200,000 litres of water daily, at a temperature of more than 46 °C / 115 °F. Today, you can walk in the ancient footsteps of Romans, on the original stone pavements around the steaming pool. After the fall of the Roman city, medieval Bath became a major wool-producing centre, and the city commanded considerable religious influence from 1091 to 1206. During the 18th century, three ambitious local entrepreneurs set out to make Bath one of the most beautiful cities in Europe – they succeeded! The most famous legacy of their work is the Royal Crescent, comprising of 30 houses laid out in a crescent shape. In total Bath boasts approximately 5,000 listed buildings, and on top of its impressive Roman heritage, is also England’s most celebrated Georgian city. Such is its unique nature, the entire City of Bath was granted World Heritage status by UNESCO.