What could be more glamorous than booking self catering cottages in one of the UK's most famous and beautiful cities and spending your days cruising down its waterways?
Many a star has visited the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath, while its Cotswolds surroundings regularly attract all manner of celebrities - some of whom have even taken up a permanent residence there.
You will discover just how sophisticated this spot is when you first arrive at your cottages in Bath. Almost every direction you look in you will be greeted with the sight of a gorgeous listed building - many of which are perfect examples of Georgian architecture.
On top of this, you won't have far to travel if you want to treat yourself to some clothes or accessories at one of the chic boutiques, or tuck into some gourmet fare at one of its restaurants. And don't forget cocktails in the evening!
If you really want to travel through the city in style, why not take a cruise along the stretch of the Kennet and Avon Canal that passes through?
Indeed, the waterway - which in total spans some 87 miles, starting at Bristol and ending when it joins the Thames in Reading - passes by some of the city's most famous sights.
At the Bath Bottom Loch, you will have a clear view of the Grade I-listed Pulteney Bridge to the north of the canal.
This is one of only four river crossings in the world to have shops that fully span both its sides and should you hop off your boat to take a look at it, you are sure to be surprised at just how wide it is.
Further along the waterway you may wish to head back on to dry land again, as this is where Sydney Gardens lies. This is the oldest park in the city and over the years it has been frequented by the likes of Jane Austen and members of the royal family.
Nearby stands the Holburne Museum and strolling through the public green space to this attraction could make for the perfect cultural afternoon.
However, in spite of its many attractions you may be keen to get out of the city and experience some of the Cotswolds countryside that surrounds it.
If this is the case, the canal makes a beautiful feature to follow, either on foot or by bicycle. It has become an important part of the local biodiversity so you will be able to spot plenty of local flora and fauna as you stroll along.
By the time you are back at your self-catering cottage, you are sure to appreciate a cool glass of wine as you chill out before the next day's adventure.