The Timbers Bed and Breakfast, 4 Star luxury B&B near Longleat and Bath.
The Timbers Bed & Breakfast
Bridge Place Road
Camerton, Bath
01761 470704
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The Timbers B&B near Bath. 

The Timbers B&B is situated in the picturesque village of Camerton,  only ten minutes away from the historic city of Bath, with its many attractions including the famous Roman Baths, which date back to 70 AD and the many examples of Georgian Architecture, such as the wonderful Bath 'Circus'.


Bath is a sophisticated city of culture, where you can enjoy the historic buildings, the museums and the wealth of fun and entertaining events and festivals on offer throughout the year. Bath also boasts a fabulous day and nightlife with many wonderful places to dine from al fresco to al la carte, Bath has it all and is definitely the place to be.


The City of Bath was first established as a Spa Resort and was originally named Aqua Sulis by the Romans. The Roman Baths are situated below street level and consist of four sections, the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House and the Museum along with the Grand Pump Room this is definitely an attraction you will not want to miss.


From amazing street entertainers, boutique shops and wonderful eating establishments to the array of historical buildings and museums.






Whether you are planning a romantic weekend in Bath in the luxurious four poster room, or a break for the entire family, the Timbers B&B will complete your stay perfectly.


The Timbers B&B is tastefully decorated and includes a double, family and a four poster room, all offering spacious accommodation. The Timbers is the ideal choice for those planning a fun filled family break to Bath, Longleat, Wells, Bristol and the surrounding areas.

 

Stay at The Timbers B&B, while visiting Bath.


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