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The Boathouse Star Rating 2        
Newbridge Road

Set on the banks of the River Avon, this New England-style pub with rooms is 1.3 miles from the ancient Roman Baths complex and 2.5 miles from Bath city centre.
Kensington Court Bath Star Rating 4        
4 Kensington Court, London Road

Conveniently situated, Kensington Court Bath allows for easy access to Bath's best tourist attractions. It also provides free Wi-Fi and a business centre.Kensington Court's modern apartment is furnished with a microwave and a refrigerator.
Albany Guest House Bath Star Rating 3        
24 Crescent Gardens

A 6-minute walk from literary history at the Jane Austen Centre, this stone-built B&B is also 10 minutes' walk from the Roman Baths and 15 minutes' walk from Bath Spa train station.The 4 bright, straightforward rooms feature free Wi-Fi, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.Cooked breakfast is served in a traditional dining room with private tables.
Bailbrook House Star Rating 4        
London Road West

Bailbrook House is a stunning Grade II Georgian Mansion set in 24 acres of gardens and parkland only 10 minutes from junction 18 of the M4 and only 5 minutes from Bath City centre. Our venue also offers free guest parking. Bailbrook House boasts 78 beautifully decorated ensuite bedrooms making it the perfect venue for a short break and is convenient for all local attractions plus the likes of Stonehenge- Salisbury- Wells and the Cotswolds.
The Windsor Star Rating 5        
69 Great Pulteney Street

This upmarket bed-and-breakfast in a classic Georgian townhouse is a 3-minute walk from Pulteney Bridge, a 6-minute walk from Bath Abbey and an 11-minute walk from the train station.Rooms are individually furnished in a refined, traditional style; some sleep up to 5 people. All have en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, safes and free Wi-Fi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Bloomfield House Star Rating 4        
146 Bloomfield Road

Elegant, unique, Georgian family house with romantic four poster bedrooms, half testers and a cosy south facing single. We serve mostly organic and fair traded breakfasts until 11.00am.
Kennard Hotel Star Rating 4        
11 Henrietta Street

Discover all that Bath has to offer with The Kennard as a base. All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts. All of the guestrooms are replete with non smoking rooms, internet access (wireless), television, shower, satellite/cable TV.
Royal Crescent Hotel Star Rating 5        
16 Royal Crescent

In the middle of the famous Georgian Royal Crescent, this luxe boutique hotel overlooks Victoria Park. It's 10 minutes' walk from the city centre.Individually designed rooms have flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, while some include fireplaces and 4-poster beds.
The Queensberry Hotel Bath Star Rating 3        
4-7 Russel Street

The Queensberry Hotel and Olive Tree Restaurant has for the last fifteen years been associated with the very best in British Hospitality. Privately owned by Laurence and Helen Beere, the hotel consists of four Georgian Town Houses in the centre of the world renowned heritage city of Bath. The hotel has twenty nine individually designed bedrooms each with their own character and all reflecting the magnificent proportions of Georgian architecture.
Wentworth House Hotel Bath Star Rating 2        
106 Bloomfield Road

On a hillside overlooking the city, this quaint hotel in an imposing Victorian house is 15 minutes' walk from the city centre and 17 minutes' walk from the station.The simple rooms have en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities; some rooms come with 4-poster beds.Complimentary full English breakfast is included.
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Bath is a city in the southwest of England, known throughout the world for its spas, and the water from its springs is considered to be therapeutic for many illnesses. Bath has been declared World Heritage by UNESCO, and the city and its lovely surroundings are one of England's favourite tourist destinations. The city has a wealth of things to see and do, and just walking through its streets will let you discover many historic buildings of great architectural interest and any number of hidden treasures. Among the city's most popular sites are: Great Pulteney Street, the famous Pulteney Bridge over the River Avon and the magnificent Georgian curve of the Royal Crescent opposite the lovely Royal Victoria Park. Bath is a splendid place to relax in some of England's finest naturally occurring hot springs. You will enjoy this interesting cultural and business centre that has a great deal to offer. What are you waiting for?