From Norwood Dene you can also join the circular Bath Skyline walk which guarantees magnificent views over the picturesque city. It allows you to walk through National Trust land with history from an Iron Age hill fort to 18th century follies and to stroll through peaceful hidden valleys, tranquil woodlands and patchworks of small meadows, all rich in wildlife.
The UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath offers a wonderful selection of chain and independent shopping, a fabulous selection of restaurants, cafes and wine bars and many well respected cultural activities which include; The Roman Baths and Pump Rooms, a world renowned international music and literary festival and the nearby casino and Theatre Royal recognised for its pre-London shows.
World class sporting facilities are available at Bath Rugby and Cricket Clubs and at Bath University.
There is easy access to the M4 motorway, junction 18 which is approximately 8 miles to the north and Bath Spa Railway Station which has a direct link to London Paddington, Bristol and South Wales. Bristol Airport is 18 miles to the west. There is also an excellent bus service available close by on Bathwick Hill.
Bath also boasts two park and ride stations for your convenience. One on the Southside of the City in Odd Down and one in Weston.
There are many primary and secondary schools in the area, as well as four highly regarded private schools. Hayesfield Girls School is particularly popular as is Beechen Cliff Secondary for boys. There is an excellent mixed secondary school on the Southside of the City