The room on offer has an oversized, extremely comfortable super-king size bed, where you can rest you weary selves after your busy day in Bath.
Our little village includes a fabulous cafe, a pub with a large garden and a few shops.
The city centre is less than 2 miles away. There is a bus every 10 minutes, from around the corner. However it is a beautiful walk along tree-lined streets, through Royal Victoria Park, past the Royal Crescent and down Jane Austen's walk, it takes 30 minutes.
A cosy bedroom, with a wood-beamed ceiling, containing a comfortable super-king size bed, feather pillows and duvet, with a bedside table and lamp.
There is also a TV and Now TV box, so you have access to 100s of movies and on demand TV.
Small well-behaved dogs are more than welcome, even upstairs in your room.
Our home is a late 17th century quaint little cottage with a large gated front garden and off-street parking.
The ground floor consists of a kitchen and lounge both shared spaces. Feel free to use the kitchen, as long as you tidy up after yourself.
The first floor consists of 2 bedrooms, one of which is ours, separated by a bathroom with a nice shower.
There is good wi-fi throughout.
Interaction with guests
My husband and I live with our small yorkie, Arya, who is very friendly. We both work from home most of the time, so are available for any help you might need.
We're pretty chilled out and sociable so if you fancy some company we are around, otherwise we'll just point you in the direction you want to go.
Other things to note
We are happy to accommodate small children but the room is not big enough for a cot. However the bed is big enough for both parents and a child.
Children are welcome but remember we have a small dog, she's very friendly but you are responsible for your own child's interactions with Arya.
I live in Bath with my husband Paul and dog Arya. We are a pretty easy-going sociable family.
Paul plays the guitar, I like reading and Arya likes to sit in the window and watch the world go by.