Kaynton Mead, Bath offers nine one and two bed properties, all set within attractive gardens. An estate manager oversees buildings and grounds maintenance plus repairs, as well as helping with access to further help and support if required. Car parking is also available on-site.
There are a few local shops with basic amenities nearby, while the city centres of Bath and Bristol are easily reached by bus.
Bath and its surrounding area has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is located at the bottom of the Avon Valley on the southern edge of the Cotswolds. It is brimming with history, culture and art. Some of the top attractions include the Roman Baths, No 1 Royal Crescent, the Costume Museum and the Jane Austen Centre.
Art and culture
The city has a variety of theatres, museums, and other cultural and sporting venues. The Bath Theatre Royal attracts internationally renowned companies and directors, including an annual season by Sir Peter Hall.
The city also has a long-standing musical tradition; Bath Abbey is the largest concert venue in the city, with about 20 concerts and 26 organ recitals each year. The City hosts the internationally renowned Bath International Music Festival and Mozartfest every year. Other festivals include the Bath Film Festival and Bath Literature Festival (and its counterpart for children).
Location and transport links
Bath is a city in north Somerset. It is 97 miles west of London and 13 miles south-east of Bristol. Bath is linked to Bristol by the A4 and is 7 miles south of junction 18 of the M4. Bath Spa railway station has regular connections to London Paddington, Bristol Temple Meads, Cardiff Central, Exeter, Plymouth and Penzance, and also Westbury, Warminster, Salisbury, Southampton, Portsmouth and Brighton.
This development is in the Newbridge area of the city, just off the A4, close to the River Avon and Victoria Park.
Distance to GP: 0.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0.5 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.05 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.5 miles