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TravelPod Member ReviewsBay Tree House Bath
Has just been completely renovated. Had a beautiful room with fabulous shower. Everything was done perfectly and our host, Louise, was incredibly helpful. Even booking a cab for us. Bay Tree House is well situated for a ten minute walk into the city centre (make that fifteen if you are strollers). There are any number of excellent eateries and pubs within that easy walking distance. For another stay in Bath, Bay Tree will definitely be our first choice
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