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Places to stay in Bath for Family w/two teenagers

We plan to stay in Bath for three nights, the beginning of a month-long family trip to Europe. We have narrowed (well sort of "narrowed")our choices to the following list for our accomodations. Any input would be greatly appreciated (thank you soooo much in advance). Here goes: Three Abbey Green, Brocks House, Elgin Villa, Parkside B&B, Holly Villa and the Woodville House.

Sincerely,

Barb
Indecisive in Washington

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We stayed at Brock's Guest House and loved it. We had Room 4, which is one of the smaller ones. The bathroom was tight, but everything was clean and comfortable. The breakfast was fantastic! I loved the bacon. I'd definitely stay there if I find myself in Bath again.

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Hi Dan & Barb, my friend and her husband stayed at Woodville in June. They enjoyed they stay, said that Ann Toalstow who has the B&B is a lovely lady. They stayed there for three nights. I emailed my friend, telling her you would like some input on Woodville.

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Thank you so much for the above comment we are delighted you enjoyed your stay with us and that you felt you could recommend us. AND OUR BACON!!!

Kind Regards

Sammy and Richard, Brocks Guest House, Bath. England

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Woodville House B&B in Bath. Anne Toalster is a lovely motehrly lady that is very hospitable. The house has 3 rooms to rent. It has a full bath that is shared and a toilet/sink in a narrow room.
Breakfast is cold cuts, yogurt, fresh fruit, hard boiled eggs, cereal, etc. Anne does not serve the full English Breakfast. There is a sitting room with a TV for guests. It is about a 15 minute walk from town. The double room has a view of the Abbey.
Anne likes to sit down and have breakfast with the guests. I would highly recommend her house. Her rates in June, 2008 were 50 pds. A great price from the other places we checked. It is safe to walk into town and is located just down the hill from the Crescent area. Bath has so much to see. Read Rick's book and get on line to see what other things you will want to see besides the Roman Bath. The free walking tours are great along with the Evensong at the Bath Abbey.