Greyfield Farm Cottages

Address: The Gug, Bath, Somerset, England, BS39 6YQ, United Kingdom | 4 star ranch
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This 4 star ranch, located on The Gug, Bath, is near No. 1 Royal Crescent, Alexandra Park, Stanton Drew Stone Circles, and Somerset Levels and Moors Wetland.
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    Travel Blogs from Bath

    Royal Crescent, Gardens, American Mus., Stonehenge

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 05, 2015

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    Since the house at 'No. 1 Royal Crescent' doesn’t open until 10 we decided to walk through Victoria Park and check out the botanical gardens. The park is very nice with a large playground for kids and several grassy areas for picnicking or walking your dog. We even saw a few runners our for their morning jog. The entrance to the botanical gardens is at the far end of the park. For the most part it is a wild ...

    Tour of Bath

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 04, 2015

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    Since our B&B is well situated to the various attractions, we spent the day on foot and left the car parked. Sue served us breakfast to order with enough food to keep us full for several hours. It looks like rain so we grabbed our rain gear as we headed out to our first activity of the day, the free walking tour of Bath given by volunteers. It starts at the Roman Baths at 10:30. By the time we arrive, they are in the process ...

    Georgian Walk and admiring Art

    A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... like a cushen of mine so that was a relief. The walk lasted 21/2 hours and it was mighty good exercise in the 30 degree heat amongst the tall stone buildings and conquering the reasonable hill Bath is on. We had hats, good shoes, and water but by the time we had finished we were seeking a bit of shade and a lot more liquid. The walk was good and informative but not as good or interesting as York which has a lot richer historical ...


    A travel blog entry by travelingjess on Feb 24, 2015

    ... I am sleeping in a room with 10 people, some who don't speak English. I'm all alone, halfway across the world. Normally I cringe at hotel bedding! Never put my feet on the carpet. Well I'm sleeping on some hostel sheets, walk around with no shoes and no socks (still don't want to open my bursting bag!). Iv met Paige and although we don't know each other well, I'm learning to just have a little ...

    Bath - Day 1

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

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    ... The guide pointed out there were change rooms at either end of the baths. Hadrian (the guy who built the wall in England and the gate in Athens) decreed that men and women should not bath together. It was a very dangerous activity in his mind. Although our guide explained he was a rampant homosexual, so maybe he just wanted all the boys in his change rooms. None of those women with their pesky wobbly bits. I had walked past a staue of Minerva Sulis earlier, ...