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Bath and Stratford upon Avon - B&B recommendations

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I am planning a trip to England in September and would like to stay in B&Bs. As my mother might go with us, accomodations that are located close to what we will see during the day are preferrable (she is not the best walker) . After doing some research, so far I like the following:

Bath
Henry Guest House
Three Abbey Green Guest House

Stratford upon Avon
Adelphi Guest House
Ambleside Guest House
Is anyone familiar with these B&Bs?
Are there other B&Bs you could recommend? I would be grateful for your imput.

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