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... a beautiful town which is primarily Georgian but also with some interesting sites which date back to Roman times, including the famous thermal baths. They were interesting to see although are no longer in use for bathing (they were used for medicinal bathing up to the start of the 20th century). We saw the famous Pultney Bridge and the beautiful river Avon and the weir.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Cornerways Bath
My husband and I have recently returned from a long weekend in Bath where we stayed at the Cornerways B&B for our first wedding anniversary. We weren't expecting too much so imagine our surprise when we arrived to be welcomed warmly by the hotel owner, Sue, into a beautifully decorated, calm and peaceful B&B. The facilities were fantastic and the bed was the largest and most comfortable that either of us have ever experienced. Sue was incredibly helpful and gave us honest advice and guidance regarding what to do and where to go in the beautiful city of Bath, nothing was too much trouble for her and every morning, she provided us with a fantastic cooked breakfast. We would have no hesitation in recommending Cornerways to anybody and in fact, are looking forward to returning there next year with our children. Our deepest thanks go to Sue for helping to make our visit as special as it was.
My partner and i stayed here for one night and we were not disappointed.
Would recommend to everyone!
My wife and I checked out of Cornerways this morning, after just spending the Memorial Day/Bank Holiday for a relaxing weekend in Bath. Sue was incredibly helpful and made us feel at home all the time. We enjoyed an ultra-comfortable bed that we didn't not want to get out of. Our bathroom was spotless with a fantastic shower & whirlpool tub and breakfast was pefect to get us started on our day.
Cornerways is very well-located, positioned within an easy walk to everything that Bath has to offer. Next time we find ourselves in Bath, we will definitely be staying here.
Will def go back
I stayed at Cornerways during the Easter bank holiday weekend with my boyfriend. We had a lovely clean room which had a gorgeous en-suite bathroom. Sue (B&B owner) gave us lots of useful information, where best to eat, drink and visit as well as giving us lots of leaflets on things to do in and around the Bath area. The english breakfast was lovely, cooked to perfection. The B&B is literally a 5 min walk into town which was fantastic. A great place to stay, would def stay there if we went back to Bath. The cost of the room was only £65 per night, one of the cheapest places I could find that close to the city centre. Well worth the money, would def recommend this B&B to everyone wanting to visit Bath.
Beautiful Georgian house
We just returned from a great Easter weekend in Bath. We stayed at Cornerways and were absolutely delighted with it. The room (number 3) was fantastic, a nice and well-decorated space with a whirlpool bath as a treat! There was a great deal of attention to detail everywhere from the very well stocked hospitality tray to the decent sized bar of soap, fluffy towels, Easter card and chocolate eggs to match the time of year. For breakfast we were given lots of choice as the service is bespoken. It was all a big treat and great value for money. We recommend it!
You will not be disappointed!
From the moment that you meet the first-rate owner of the ideally located Cornerways you know that you're going to have a great stay. Our room was spacious with a modern en-suite, a very useful mini fridge and plenty of storage capacity. If it wasn't for the superb breakfast it would've been tempting to stay in the large and luxurious bed all day. The attention to detail and personal touch, from the complimentary mineral water to breakfast time to suit, are a credit to the owner who also has a great wealth of knowledge about Bath. Cornerways is the type of place that you can recommend to your friends and family, anyone in fact, being safe in the knowledge that they will not be disappointed.
Extremely Pleasant B&B
We have just returned from a long weekend at Cornerways B&B in Bath,the B&B was fantastic! It was very clean,airy,comfortable and the hospitality was 2nd to none and the cooked breakfast was delicious!! We had champagne on ice on arrival and Cornerways made our stay a very happy memorable experience. The B&B is less than 5 minutes walk to the city centre and the historic site (Roman Baths & The Abbey) and yet the B&B is so quiet inside you'll never believe it. It's a definate must to stay when visiting Bath and we shall certainly stay again in the future and recommend others. (02/04/2006)
An all round great experience
I've never really experienced bed and breakfast much before but I was delighted with what I found at Cornerways.
I was quite surprised to find a mini dvd collection, a fridge with free mineral water and parking so close to the centre. Breakfast was delicious and the service was very welcoming, not to mention the comfortable beds. The attention to detail makes the stay good value and a pleasant around experience. I'll be staying there again next time I'm out in Bath. Thanks!
Excellent place to stay
We stayed at cornerways at the end of January. We were very fortunate to find such a well situated and comfortable B&B at such short notice. The lady who runs the establishment is very pleasant and looked after us exceptionally well.
We plan a return visit in the spring.
We stayed at the cornerways on the weekend of the 25th of febuary 2006 and I had to write to say what a lovely place to stay.The lady who runs the guest house was very pleasent and went out of her way to accommadate my requests, it was my partners 30th birthday and at very short notice I rang the lady and asked if she could get me some champagne to be placed in our room on arrival, which she did along with roses and fresh fruit.