Badminton Villa

Address: 10 Upper Oldfield Park, Bath, Somerset, England, BA2 3JZ, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 10 Upper Oldfield Park, Bath, is near The Roman Baths, Bath Street, Herschel Museum of Astronomy, and Ghost Walks of Bath.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Willowbrook Cottage Naracoorte

Wonderful B and B


The Badminton Villa B and B is a great place to stay. It is located outside the city, up a steep hill. Cab fare from the train staion to the villa is about 4 pounds.

The couple who run the B and B, Sue and John, are very accomodating. They serve a great breakfast. The rooms are lovely, and the gardens outside the Villa are beautiful.

The only drawback is that it is outside town. Too far to walk to town, and too far, and steep, to walk back. But stores, attractions, seem to close up at 5 pm in Bath, anyway.

Wonderful B&B in Bath, England


If you're looking for a B&B in Bath, try the Badminton Villa. Hosts Sue and John Burton are very welcoming and gracious, the house is lovely with a wonderful garden and a nice view of the city. It is within walking distance of the city and is a comfortable, quiet retreat.

Great Breakfast and Hospitality


We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Badminton Villa. John and Sue were welcoming and helpful. They gave us info on restaurants, places to shop etc and what to see. Our room was comfortable with all the necessities - ie tea, coffee and a TV! Thank you so much for your hospitality and we will recommend you to our friends, should they decide to visit Bath.



Peaceful it ain't. I like a quiet restful peaceful hotel as I work very hard and need R & R

You don't get that here.

The world is full of choice and Badminton is noisy not tranquil.



Think of everything you want in a B&B.

CLEANLINESS.........LOCATION.........A GOOD BREAKFAST......GREAT HOSTS..........REGIONAL KNOWLEDGE.....REASONABLE PRICES...If these are important to you, stay at the Badminton in Bath.

John and Sue are fantastic people, who go out of their way for the comfort of guests. John will pick you up at the Train Station, may even drive through a hilltop park on the way to the B&B for an splendid view of the city, carry your luggage to an upper room. and on a rainy day, may offer to take you to the center of town.

We take exception to the previous reviewer regarding being quizzed upon arrival. To the contrary, John gave us maps, tour suggestions, and other valuable information, including a wonderful all day tour to Stonehenge with Mad Max Tours.

The downtown area of Bath is a busy, bustling college town, with thousands of people on the streets. We are glad we chose the Badminton, located in a quiet neighborhood, close to town (less than 10 minute walk), and about 3 GBP for a return taxi ride up the hill.

Room 2 was our choice, large and comfortable, with a sweeping view of city and surrounding region. We did notice some rooms were smaller, and felt spending a few pounds more for a view room was well worth it.

At the end of our stay, we felt like family, and count John and Sue among new friends. John even took us to the train station on our departure day.

Al and Elsa Gray

Very pleasent


I only stayed for one night but the owners made me feel very welcome and the room was very clean and comfortable. A true British B & B.

A Lovely Place to Stay


John, the friendly host of Badminton Villa, welcomed us into the guest lounge and gave us a wonderful introduction to the attractions of Bath. The lounge was full of guidebooks, maps and restaurant menus for the use of guests. Our room was large and nicely furnished and had a beautiful view of the city. We left our car in the car park and walked to and from the city each day. During our trip we stayed at a number of four star guesthouses and Badminton Villa was our favorite. We will definitely stay here again.

Welcoming, Convenient, Lovely


My recent stay at Badminton Villa was one of the highlights of a recent solo travel weekend to Bath. John and Sue made me feel very welcome, and John thoughtfully helped me to tailor my visit to Bath for my particular interests (e.g., photography). He was kind and helpful with maps and suggestions about restaurants and tours. Sue's breakfasts were excellent and she has great stories about local events. Their garden is peaceful and inviting with a great view of the city from high on a hill. It was approximately a 10-minute easy walk to the city from the house. My room was gorgeous, comfortable, and well-sized. I highly recommend this B&B, especially for travelers who appreciate attention to detail, who are looking for a peaceful retreat, and who and welcome excellent suggestions from their hosts.

Very Welcoming


Badminton Villa is a lovely B&B and the owners are extremely welcoming. They picked us up from the station and gave a an in-dept guide to the city when arrived at the B&B. We stayed in one of the smaller rooms in the roof, which was very cosy and clean. The B&B felt homely and comfortable and the cooked English breakfast was more than enough to get you started for a day sight-seeing around Bath! We really enjoyed at stay there and the friendlyness of the hosts made our trip to Bath that more special.

Badminton Villa was a great place to stay!


I would definitely reccomend staying at the Badminton Villa while in Bath! John and Sue were wonderful hosts! They gave us maps of Bath and surrounding areas, suggested great places to visit and eat, and the breakfasts at the B&B were delicious! It is a quaint little B&B that is a short walk from the city center of Bath! The Badminton Villa was a lovely place to stay!

TripAdvisor Reviews Willowbrook Cottage Naracoorte

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Bath

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A travel blog entry by cduval on Nov 08, 2015

27 photos

... beating.

We've had a lovely visit from Ian and Gay Kelly, old friends who we met when Andy was at Charters School in Sunningdale with their son Ben.

We were chuffed when Ian presented us with a jar of honey from his girls' beehive back home.

Ah yes, summer has o'erbrimm'd their clammy cells indeed.

There's nothing quite as sweet and tasty as this homemade amber nectar.

Apart from Avis Gunn's damson jam.

Finally, ...

Final flight home

A travel blog entry by postcardtohome on Nov 03, 2015

1 photo

... hour flight, but it was probably the best flight I've ever had! Once we landed, it took forever to get through passport control, but once I was through I collected my bag almost immediately and made my way through to arrivals. I saw mum, gave her a big hug and started to cry! It was so good to see her and I was happy to be home, despite leaving all the adventure ...

Jane Austen Country

A travel blog entry by colleenstravels on Oct 10, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

... the Royal Crescent. The Assembly Rooms were the most fashionable place to see and be seen in Regency Bath, and the Circus and Royal Crescent are beautiful examples of Georgian architecture, although unfortunately my photos don’t do them justice. We also saw Queen’s Square, which is where Jane Austen lived when she was in Bath.

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Circles of rocks and the Magna Carta

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Jul 31, 2015

After quite a slow start to the morning we were treated to a couple of boiled eggs - done to perfection and then I just couldn't resist a couple of pieces of toast with Helen's Lemon Curd - it was fantastic!! We had a big day planned with Helen as a very efficient driver come tour guide! Roger was on board as the in-flight entertainment! We loved his take on various perspectives of English history, and I don't think we'll ever think of ...

Bus Tourist

A travel blog entry by oldbag on Oct 23, 2014

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... was built anywhere from 3000 BC to 2000 BC and indicates that Stonehenge could have been a burial ground from its earliest beginnings.

The Abbey Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Bath, Sommerset commonly known as Bath Abbey, is an Anglican Parish Church and a former Benedictine Monastery. Founded in the 7th century, Bath Abbey was reorganised in the 10th century and rebuilt in the 12th and 16th centuries; major resortation work ...