Luxury accommodation surrounding
the historic city of Bath

Two bedroom holiday cottages Bath: The Malthouse


Delightfully converted Malthouse providing four contemporary two bedroom holiday cottages Bath, 2 miles from the centre of Bath. All Malthouse cottages come with the benefit of the private parking space accessed via electronic gates, luxurious lounge and fully fitted kitchens, dishwashers, washer / dryers etc.

Our flexible booking arrangements mean you can choose whether you would like to stay for three nights or more.


The 4 Malthouse properties we have available are as follows:

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the malthouse 1

NO 1 THE MALTHOUSE

Sleeps 4
This holiday cottage contains a lounge, open plan fully integrated kitchen and dining area. Two double bedrooms, one with en suite and a family bathroom. read more >>

the malthouse 2

NO 2 THE MALTHOUSE

Sleeps 3
On the ground floor there is one double bedroom with fitted wardrobe, fully tiled en suite shower room, single bedroom and a fully tiled family bathroom incorporating a bath with shower over. read more >>

the malthouse 3

NO 3 THE MALTHOUSE

Sleeps 3
On the ground floor there is one double bedroom with fitted wardrobe, fully tiled en suite shower room, single bedroom and a fully tiled family bathroom incorporating a bath with shower over. read more >>

the malthouse 4

NO 4 THE MALTHOUSE

Sleeps 4
There are 2 bedrooms on the first floor, a twin bedroom (can be a kingsize) and a double bedroom. There is a ensuite bathroom to the master bedroom and a family bathroom incorporating a bath with shower over.read more >>

The history of The Malthouse


Conversion of former Malthouse to provide four exclusive two bedroom contemporary homes. The Malthouse at Avonvale Place was one of two main brewing sites in Batheaston, working at a commercial scale, its likely that it was part of the Batheaston Brewery of 1792 to 1870 with links to the Breweries of Walcot in Bath.

The Malthouse has been converted to provide individually designed modern contemporary living within an historic building. Great care has been taken to retain as much of the historical fabric of the building as possible, without compromising the requirements of the 21st century living.

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