Ashgrove Guest House

Address: 39 Bathwick Street, Bath, Somerset, England, BA2 6PA, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 39 Bathwick Street, Bath, is near Holburne Museum of Art, Bath Aqua Glass ltd, Sydney Gardens, and Henrietta Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Bath

    A pleasant week in Weston super Mare

    A travel blog entry by robncarol on Jul 12, 2015

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... be a truck driver over here.
    Friday we went on the motorway to a tiny village near Chard called Colston Cross. We were told it would take 45 minutes. We tend to double that. They drive at a crazy speed on the motorway hereFay Coysh, Rob's auntie from Melbourne was over there visiting friends (Helena worked for Fay and Bruce in their florist shop in Kew on a working holiday a few years ago). She is now married with two children. She was ...

    Noah's Ark Farm Park - Church outing.

    A travel blog entry by duncan.murray on Jul 11, 2015

    Great trip down to Bristol, lovely air conditioned coach. The views through the Forest of Dean were spectacular. Crossing the river, over the bridge was breathtaking, as the tide was out, so you could see the extent that the river comes up. At Noah's ark, they seemed to have upgraded some of the facilities, which is really good. Thanks to Jeff for the cup of coffee, well ...

    Roman baths, Fashion Museum and Avon River Cruise

    A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jul 01, 2015

    39 photos

    ... clothes and Vernon found it highly amusing to be standing in a dressing room of excited (mainly) women almost fighting over the chance to dress up and take photos of each other. The room was part of the hallway and the clothes were open at the back so you just put them over your clothes. Thought I better add that in case you thought he was a pervert LOL. It was like sale day changing rooms! There were some beautiful clothes there and I ...

    Stonehenge, Abby, the baths of course! I'm in Bath

    A travel blog entry by travelingjess on Feb 25, 2015

    ... people had. Today we admire old building, we need to stop and really examine them. And imagine all the people, all there stories, why they have come to this monument or how they built it. Religion was everything to them, so much they lugged stone on there backs, hard manual labour, the carved every rock with tools made of bone. Passion! I admire them. I just walked in and stared forever, so much history, so much beauty Tomorrow half a day in Bath and the on our way to ...

    Bath - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Sep 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... and it was lost in the mists of time until the 1700's. Over time the site has been excavated and redevelped. The terrace around the main bath was actually built in the 18th century but you would not know it to see it. It is supported by roman columns and statues of roman gods and emporers are all around it. The architect was Senior Sergeant Tom Croydan...opps, I meant John Wood. After visiting the baths I made my way back to my hotel. Just down the road is ...