Famous for its Georgian architecture and natural hot springs, Bath is a World Heritage City, a rich cultural destination and a hugely popular place to live and work.

Education

The City of Bath is renowned for its excellent schools and leading universities.

Bathwick St Mary C Of E Primary School is situated next to Holburne Park with Bathampton Primary School and Widcome C Of E Primary School close by.

Secondary state and independent schools include King Edward’s School within walking distance, with Prior Park School, Beechen Cliff School, Ralph Allen School, Kingswood School and Monkton Combe School all within a 5-mile radius of Holburne Park.

Leisure

With many green spaces, sporting clubs and activities on your doorstep it is easy to stay active in Bath.

A trim trail providing a pathway down to the Kennet and Avon Canal will form part of the development at Holburne Park giving easy access to leisurely waterside walks and activities.

The Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, almost surrounds Bath and is easily accessible from Holburne Park.

Bath Boating Station, Bath Golf Club and the Health and Wellbeing Club at the Bath Spa Hotel are all within walking distance of Holburne Park.

Historic Bath

As the only city in the UK to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage City, Bath is rich in history and boasts many opportunities to discover the stories that will bring this history to life.

Bath has an array of superb galleries, museums and buildings of historic interest.

The Holburne Museum, Pulteney Bridge and Bath Abbey are all within a mile of Holburne Park.

Transport Connections

Holburne Park is ideally situated for easy access to the M4 motorway and Bath Spa Railway Station.

Bath has a well-connected local bus service and its proximity to excellent infrastructure makes it the ideal place from which to commute to London and other major cities.

Journey time to London Paddington from Bath Spa is 1 hour 18 minutes.*

*Monday to Friday. Source gwr.com, October 2020.