netmeg - 2:03 pm on Jun 17, 2013 (gmt 0)
Google thinks they're two URIs (not pages) because they ARE two URIs.
Think about it - in the bath directory, you could have an index.html, an index.htm and an index.php and they could all be very different. Which file is the default just depends on how your webserver is configured (and Google won't know that) So it takes everything it finds and indexes it separately.
I would probably make sure the /bath/index.html redirects to /bath/, and so on for directory URI. I don't want any index.anything in Google.