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Each close-carpeted attractively furnished apartment has one bedroom, lounge/dining area with a three piece suite and a bathroom and kitchen. Each flat has a colour television, video recorder, DVD and CD players, night storage heaters and electric fires, clock radio, radio, hair dryer, electric iron and ironing board. There are two electric heat pads in each apartment.
Electric showers, power points and shaver sockets are provided. The modern fitted kitchens have washing machines and tumble dryers or washer/dryers, refrigerators, and freezers or fridge/freezers, full size cookers, microwave ovens, toasters, kettles, cutlery, cooking utensils, porcelain china and Corning Ware.
Highclere has two dog friendly flats, guests are very welcome to bring their canine family members with them if staying in the garden or ground floor apartments.
Duvets and blankets are provided. Service, linen and towels are included in the tariff. Linen is changed weekly.
There is a full-service payphone in the foyer of the accommodation from which local, regional and overseas calls may be made
and received. Each apartment is separately metered for electricity. An approved smoke and fire alarm system is
fitted and is maintained and
certificated annually. Highclere's owner is a member of The National Landlords' Association and BASCA, the Bath Area
Self-Catering Association. Her husband is Jack Daniel, a Naval Constructor, whose autobiography, The End of an ERA was
published by Periscope publishing in 2003. His 6th mystery novel, "Bedsits in Bath", takes place in Bath and surrounding
area and discusses some of the perils of renting accommodation to students from Bath's two Universities. Like his other
books it is available from Amazon.
TariffFor 2015/16 tariffs range from £450 to £550 per week for two persons. Linen for an extra person using a bed-settee/zed bed is charged at £30 for stays up to one week. The charge for well behaved dogs is £15 per week. Zone 2 parking permits £2 per day each.
2 day breaks from £230 to £250 for two persons. 3 day breaks from £250 to £280 for two persons.
The Tariff includes storage heating during the winter months, linen for the number of beds provided, bath, hand, and tea towels and weekly servicing, plus an allowance of up to £25 per week for electricity for cooking, TV, hot water, etc. The allowance for 3 day low season breaks is £12. Usage over this amount is charged according to the metered usage at the Electricity Board utility rates. Meters are read on entry and exit.
BookingNormally Saturday to Saturday, bookings must be accompanied by a 33% deposit, balance to be paid four weeks prior to arrival. Please give alternative choice of apartment to avoid disappointment. For stays of three weeks or longer between April and October a reduction will be made in the tariff, and there is a weekly discount for Senior Citizens during this period.
Mid week bookings can be taken subject to availability.
Visitors should arrange their own cancellation insurance. Should you need to cancel your holiday you must notify me as soon as possible in writing. Every effort will be made to re-let the apartment, and if successful all monies will be repaid less a £25 booking fee. If it is not possible to re-let the apartment, the deposit will be retained plus the £25 booking fee. Each case will be treated on its merits.
Arrival/DepartureApartments must be vacated by 10 am on the day of departure. Apartments are normally available to incoming visitors by 3 pm.
ShoppingFresh tea, milk and sugar are put in for new arrivals.
Other provisions will be purchased on request and placed in apartment to await arrival.
AccessClick here to download the house's access statement (Word document).
Holiday ToursBath is an excellent centre for holiday touring. To the north are the Cotswolds, Gloucester, Cheltenham and Oxford, to the south and west the Mendips, Wells, Glastonbury, Exeter and Bristol and to the east, Avebury, Stonehenge and Salisbury. Wales is just over an hour's train journey away and London about an hour and a half. For more information see Guide to Bath, Surrounding Country, Access from London, Access from Bristol.
WildlifeWe have a number of local visitors that can occasionally be seen from the house in the right season, including this delightful family of badgers:
For more detailed descriptions of the four holiday apartments at Highclere, the garden flat, the ground floor flat, the first floor flat and the second floor flat, click on the appropriate button on the left. Click here to view the house's assessment from Quality In Tourism. For further information on Highclere's accommodation, see the Information Request page or contact: