The Bath House Luxury Bed and Breakfast

Address: 40 Crescent Gardens, Bath, Somerset, England, BA1 2NB, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on 40 Crescent Gardens, Bath, is near Royal Crescent Museum, Herschel Museum of Astronomy, and Six Chapel Row.
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Bath House Luxury Bed and Breakfast

Fantastic B&B

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My husband and I stayed here Friday 23rd - Saturday 24th February and we thought it was great. We stayed in the four poster room with the fantastic victorian style rain shower which was fab! The car park was full when we arrived on the Friday night at 8pm so we parked in Charlotte Street car park over the back which was 7.50 for the whole of the weekend. The breakfast was lovely it's served in your room between 8am-10am which is a real luxury. When we checked out on the Sunday morning about 10:30am Margaret said she usually has to kick people out at about 11:30am but we were all early birds this week, she said if we were parked in their car park we could leave it there for the day as nobody was due in until late that night which was really nice. If you are looking for somewhere nice to eat I recommend the Firehouse Rotisseri and Boujolais Bistro went to both and they are both fab. Hope this helps :o)

10 out of 10

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Only a short walk to Bath city centre, with the abundance of shops, bars and restaurants, the location is perfect. The accomodation is to a very high standard too. The decor is modern and in keeping with the style of the property. Breakfast is served in the room (between 8-10am) and champagne & chocolates are available on request. Would definately recommend this B&B.

Fabulous stay

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Stayed for five nights and was very suprised by the high quality of the rooms and service. the location is also almost in the center of Bath making it convenient for all the sights. I have recommended it to all my friends

Romantic B&B close to it all

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This was a great B&B. We looked orignally to get into the Hilton in Bath, but it was sold out. Then went onto drive by the Hotel that was 180 pounds for the night. We happened to walk into this location as it had the best looking sign. When going through the property it was very clean and and new. We paid $80 pounds a night which when compared with the others was exceptional. Breakfast was fantastic! Hot and very well prepared! You have a variety of rooms to choose and we took the one over the front street. This had a gorgeous old English Bathub however, my fiance was not good with the hand held spray resulting into water going around the bathroom. Thus, if you want a shower don't choose this room. This B*B is definitely worth the stay. Walking distance to the bath house and all restaurants. Despite facing the high street this B&B was very quiet. An exceptional value for anyone looking for a romantic weekend away or a very Nice B&B. As a General Manager of a Hilton Hotel I thought this was a great value.

Loved the Bath House

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Had a recent stay at the Bath House and was most impressed. Very convenient to Bath. Rooms tastefully decorated and beautifully clean. Gorgeous breakfast served in the rooms - very luxurious. Would definitely stay there again.

You'll sleep well!

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You'll be hard pushed to find a better B & B in Bath. Appointed to an incredibly high standard, the welcome is warm, the beds are SOOOO comfy and the breakfast is fresh, well cooked and, best of all delivered to your room as standard.

I've stayed in the twin room and the four-poster room so far. Both are beautiful. I'd recommend the shower in the four-poster room. It has to be seen (and experienced) to be believed!

A Great find right in the centre of Bath

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B&B's don't come any better than this one. Real luxury and in less than 5 minutes walk you are right in the city centre.

Rooms were beautifully decorated and extremely clean. There was even a secure parking space for us which is very rare in a city centre. Breakfast served served to us in our rooms which is a real treat and what a breakfast! Really fresh and good quality, local ingredients were used. A really welcoming place, it was like staying with good friends.

A Fab Place

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As the other reviews say...a great place to stay. Great room, v nicely furnished , v clean, fluffy towels and nice bathroom. Breakfast in your room is also a nice treat. It's located a 4 or 5 min walk to city centre and all major attractions -handy when it rains as much as it did:-(. The on-site parking was useful as Bath is not the easiest place for parking.

The best guest house we stayed in

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We turned up in Bath on a Friday afternoon, found a row of guest houses in an area just 2 minutes walk from the shops.

I liked the look immediately of The Bath House - it looked clean and well presented - we were not disappointed. The staff were very helpful and friendly and showed us two rooms - both of which were very clean and welcoming.

The room had all that we needed and we had a very enjoyable stay in Bath and will definitely have no hesitation in recommending this guest house.

Location, location, location (and the bed and the shower)

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Stayed at The Bath House just as it opened for business. It has the perfect location for enjoying Bath. Close enough to walk but far enough out that it is peaceful at night.

The rooms a lovely, room one has probably the best shower I have ever seen and a wondeffully comfortable 4 poster. All the other rooms looked excellent.

Lying in bed watching the plasma after a hard days sightseeing - tough life isn't it.....

Book and book again - you will not regret it.

TripAdvisor Reviews The Bath House Luxury Bed and Breakfast

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Departure Day

A travel blog entry by sleightstravels on Feb 07, 2015

All packed and ready to go by 11.00 a still left a little late. No trouble on the roads and swift service for lunch in the pub so arrived in good time at the parking. Good service as usual and through check in without issue. No question about the skis, boots or hand bags. Bumped into Jim Humphries in the check in queue, pleased they are not headed to our resort - the sauna could have been ...

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A travel blog entry by amandane on Jun 23, 2014

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A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jul 22, 2013

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A travel blog entry by badefamily on Jul 11, 2013

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... and saw the clock strike 3 o'clock, and the jousters rode round the top. It is a very interesting clock with several circles telling the hour, minutes, month and phase of the moon.
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