A quaint little Bath holiday cottage, Bath Boating Station has a distinctly nautical feel. With fresh country design and all the comforts of home, a relaxing, tranquil stay is assured.
There are two choices of accommodation for your consideration - a fully contained cottage or a room only. Reminiscent of Wind in the Willows, Toad Hall is the two-bedroom riverside cottage. It has all the facilities for self-catering including a gas oven, a microwave and fridge and a delightful kitchen to practice your culinary skills in. As well as the kitchen, there are two double bedrooms, a shower room and a sitting room with a television. The full-length wooden balcony overlooking the river is the ideal place to relax on a summer's evening and admire the surrounding natural beauty of the River Avon.
Alternatively the Garden Room is available at Bath Boating Station. There is a spacious, bright double bedroom, with doors leading directly to the river. It features an en suite with a shower, a television and a welcome tray. You can book these facilities from up to two days to a full week and it is certainly unique Bath holiday cottage to enjoy and enhance your stay.
In the boating season, mid week visitors are sometimes invited to enjoy a free afternoon of boating. This is a great afternoon's entertainment or a relaxing way to drift away an evening. You can also take a riverboat to Pulteney Weir and alight to enjoy the city centre.
Private parking is available and regular reliable public transport ensures you can see all of the neighbouring attractions. Places of interest include the famous Pump Room, the Roman Baths, The Abbey and The Circus. Bath also accommodates no less than sixteen museums so you will never be short of history or culture and the Bath Boating Station is the perfect centre from which to explore and unwind. Bathwick Boatman Restaurant is also on site, and is open Tuesday to Sunday serving a Mediterranean style menu.