White Hart Cottage is perfectly situated for a tranquil country break, or for those who want to enjoy the experience of the Roman City of Bath (3 miles away) or the Saxon town of Bradford-on-Avon (3 miles away). From the local village train station you can access either the south coast or south Wales in under an hour.

From restaurants, exhibitions, art, theatre, golf, rugby, horse racing, coarse & game fishing, shopping and world heritage sites to pampering at Bath's Thermae Spa - it's all available to guests to make their stay a memorable one.

There is a very regular bus service and trains from the village if you wish to leave your car at home and bikes (and canoes!) can be hired to explore the River Avon, Kennet & Avon canal and the many cycle routes on your doorstep.

Here are some of the local attractions that we have enjoyed visiting and would recommend to guests:

World class Premiership Rugby at the Recreation Ground in the heart of the city with Bath Rugby

Some of the finest restaurants are found in Bath, award-winning independents & casual dining venues

Beautiful walks from the Cottage, along the Avon & Kennet canal across the Somerset & Wiltshire borders

With dozens of wonderful walks literally on your doorstep, from a 15 minute stroll to a full day's rambling

Holidays & weekend retreats are available at White Hart Cottage throughout the year, including Christmas & New Year

Bath Boules is a much-loved local tradition. On this most English of occasions, we play a quintessentially French game.

 The award winning, beautiful Bath Christmas Market. transforms the city into a magical Christmas paradise

The Bath Film Festival was established in 1991 and has expanded in duration, venues & titles to be a world class event

Established in 1880 Bath Golf Club is one of England's oldest and finest inland courses and the  region's driest course

Bath Literature Festival is a highly acclaimed event in the national literary calendar, running for over twenty years

The Bath Half Marathon is one of the longest established and most popular city centre road events in the UK.

Bath International Music Festival, established in 1948, has been led by numerous world class conductors 

Bradford on Avon began life as an Iron Age community two and a half millennia ago.A thriving market town 11 minutes by car

Bath’s most famous resident, Jane Austen offers a snapshot of life during Regency times at her Centre in the City

Castle Combe, known as one of England's prettiest villages and the filming location of 'Dr Doolittle' nearby 

The world's most famous festival  Glastonbury  runs annually in June and is only 40 minutes away by car.

The world's most famous festival Glastonbury runs annually in June and is only 40 minutes away by car.

Parade Gardens, Bath’s centrally situated majestic park by the weir with bandstand and pretty café.

Glastonbury Tor, one of the country's most spiritual sites and a beautiful place to walk and unwind.

Bath Racecourse is a stunning venue for horse racing and events, on the hillside on the perimeter the city.

Iford Manor is within walking distance of the cottage with stunning Italianate gardens and arts festivals.

Longleat is a short drive from the cottage, with safari park, adventure park, Longleat House & events.

Stonehenge  – one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe.

Stonehenge – one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe.

Bath Abbeya place of worship in the heart of the City, for over a thousand years hosting some incredible events.

Roman Baths. Over 1m people a year visit this, one of the best preserved Roman remains in the world.

The Royal Crescent, one of Bath's iconic landmarks, built in 1767 with museum, Royal Park & public lawns.

The Fashion Museum, a world-class collection of contemporary & historic dress at Bath's  Assembly Rooms.

The grand Palladian mansion and landscape gardens of Prior Park are great landmarks of Bath.