Lovingly decorated and furnished, cosy 2 bedroom holiday home
About Property Manager
Maria and Jeremy have lived most of their adult lives in the nearby city of Bath. Their aim is to provide comfortable quality accommodation to enable guests to enjoy Bradford on Avon, Bath and other surrounding attractions.
Property Manager purchased this Cottage in 2017
Why Property Manager chose Bradford-on-Avon
Bridge Cottage is located in a central position within the charming town of Bradford on Avon, just a few minutes level walk from amenities including public transport, swimming baths, library and health centre together with a good selection of restaurants. The town itself provides an excellent range of retail outlets.
What makes this Cottage unique
The nearby railway station and bus stop provide easy access to the World Heritage City of Bath, a beautiful and truly unique destination known for its varied retail shopping, natural hot springs and Georgian architecture.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
A lovely property in a lovely place.
We had a lovely stay in this lovely cottage. It’s clean and very comfortable. Ideally placed so everything is within walking distance. Turn right out of the front door and it’s no more than a 5 minute walk to the town centre for shops and restaurants as well as the railway station. Turn left out of the front door and once again it’s a 5 minute walk to the canal, canal side cafe and canal side pubs. There’s also a canal path that can be walked or cycled on. All in all a lovely cosy cottage in a beautiful part of the world.
Charming cottage, beautiful location, great amenities, but difficult parking and no outdoor space.
We are glad you enjoyed your stay in Bridge Cottage and Bradford-on-Avon in particular. Unfortunately your stay coincided with our school and bank holidays which may have contributed to your parking difficulties. It is not normally an issue.
Jeremy and Maria
Beautiful cottage in a stunning location.
Everything you need and a lovely welcome pack - bubbles, milk, muffins. Walking distance to everything in the village and a 10 minute train ride into Bath. Highly recommend this property.
We’re pleased you found everything you needed and enjoyed your stay with us.
Lovely old cottage downside is no garden to sit in. Great reception on arrival - bottle of prosecco and cakes plus small bottle of milk very thoughtful gesture. Sound quality on DVD not great and lounge a bit austere however nice vibe to cottage overall with lovely big kitchen sweet and cosy but roomy bedrooms. The road is quite busy some noise from traffic. Overall we would recommend to friends and family well located. Check in at 4 quite late 2 would be bettet
Thank you for your useful feedback. Early check-in is available on request subject to the departure time of the previous guests.
A perfect place to stay.
A beautiful comfortable clean cozy place to stay in the center of Bradford on Avon. Friendly helpful hosts -thank you for a perfect stay .
Thank you. It was good to have you stay.
Lovely cozy cottage with everything at hand for a relaxing stay.
Clean, well equipped and comfortable property. So well located for places to eat and drink and it’s really close to the train station (5 mins walk). The beds were so comfy and the decoration had a great cottage feel. We were warm when we needed to be and were pleased to find all mod. cons. to make our stay a home from home. We can’t fault the property and would stay there again. A great place to access surrounding places like Bath and Stroud (we walked along the canal to Bath which we thoroughly recommend). A perfect introduction to Bradford on Avon - stunning.
Thank you for your helpful and thorough review. We look forward to welcoming you back to Bridge Cottage in the future.
Jeremy and Maria
Car not necessary.
You will find many fine examples of architecture from the Saxon, Medieval, Tudor, Georgian and Industrial Revolution periods. The Town Bridge retains two of the original 13th century arches as well as an 18th century ‘Blind House’ without windows which served as the town lock-up! Why not visit the Saxon church of St Laurence dating from the early 11th century or the stunning 14th century Tithe Barn, retaining its old threshing floor and other features from its agricultural past. It has been used as the setting for several TV dramas. The chapel of St Mary Tory is high up on Tory, on the north side of the town. It was largely built in Victorian times. Take a walk through The Shambles. It was the meat market in medieval times but is now a quaint pedestrian walkway lined with a range of small boutique shops.