Stay at our converted barn and spend some time enjoying the historic and retail delights of Bath or just relax while appreciating the beautiful countryside
The Gate House is a sympathetically converted detached barn situated on the outskirts of Bath. Designed as self-catering accommodation, it is spacious and modern whilst retaining many of the original features.
Accredited with a 4 star rating, Visit England has also awarded for The Gate House with its gold award for the seventh year running. This award is presented for exceptional quality of accommodation and customer service.
It's a large property with two double bedrooms sleeping up to four guests. Two double sofabeds are also provided.
|Monday - Thursday||£ 150.00/night**|
|Friday - Sunday||£ 185.00/night**|
|Three Day Mid-Week Break (Monday - Thursday)||£ 400.00|
|Three Day Weekend Break (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)||£ 480.00|
|One Week (7 Nights)||£ 780.00|
** Minimum two night stay up to four people
Please contact us for our rates for the period covering Bath Christmas market along with the Christmas and New Year bank holidays.
The Gate House
Shire End Farm
Bath, BA1 8AE
Turn off the M4 at Junction 18 and head south along the A46 towards Bath. Pass through Pennsylvania, over the roundabout where the A46 crosses the A420 and continue south through Nimlet. Shire End Farm is on the left hand side of the road just the other side of Nimlet. As you approach the farm, you will pass the Bath & North East Somerset county sign, a sign on the left to St. Catherines and a sign on the right to Tadwick. Look out for the Bends sign.
Head east out of Bath on the A4 and when you hit the Batheaston roundabout at the edge of Bath follow the signs for the Motorway, which will take you north on the A46. At the top of the hill at the end of the dual carriageway (Tree Tops on the right hand side) you will encounter a series of bad bends and a narrow layby on your right. As you come out of these bends, and start to descend slightly, you will see the entrance to the Farm on your right which is at the end of a small track (leading to the old airfield) opposite a builders yard and Four Winds Farm.