An elegant and stately one bedroom apartment on the grandest street in Bath with wonderful views for a perfect getaway
Beautifully restored on the first floor of this substantial Georgian building with original 18th Century features, this spacious one bedroom apartment boasts wonderful views of Great Pulteney Street from the Bedroom as well as unique views of the Rugby Ground and surrounding hills from the Drawing Room and Kitchen - all within 5 minutes walk of the city center and the great Roman baths.
This gorgeous and extremely well appointed apartment retains its exquisite period features and is beautifully furnished, with a new stylish and well designed kitchen and bathroom, with tub and separate shower, central heating, widescreen curved Television, Blue-ray/DVD, AppleTV, high-end music system and of course WIFI with highspeed internet access. A parking permit is available.
The apartment sleeps 2 guests configured as two single beds or a super king.
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We are sorry but we do not allow children as guests.
This is a non-smoking property.
"What a beautiful experience to stay in this amazing apartment. Thoroughly enjoyed it"
- K & D, Cheshire, UK
"Beautiful classic flat with excellent updated amenities. We've really enjoyed our stay.":
- M & T, Missouri, USA
"Another four spectacular nights in this wonderful apartment for our 7th year."
- J & J, Sydney, Austrailia
"Perfect place to stay...my choice for the last four years at the Bath Festival!"
- C. Oxfordshire, UK
"We've loved this gem of an apartment - and now spectacularly better under new ownership!"
- J & J, Sydney, Australia
"The entire apartment was even more beautiful than in the pictures, and the little touches added by the hosts were amazing.”
Welcome to Bath, a city so beautiful and special that it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. In fact Bath is the only destination in the UK to have the whole city designated a World Heritage site by UNESCO and for 30 years has been listed as a ‘cultural site’ with outstanding universal value and cultural significance.
Pulteney Bridge, one of the world's most beautiful bridges; The Royal Crescent, an architectural icon built between 1767 and 1775; The Circus, a striking circular landmark like no other; Bath Street, a picturesque street flanked by colonnades and; Great Pulteney Street, perhaps the grandest boulevard in Europe and the location of this apartment!
To experience the heart of the World Heritage Site where bathing in the spa water was enjoyed 2,000 years ago, visit the Roman Baths, a magnificent temple and former bathing complex. Here you can see the source of the city's spa water and walk in the footsteps of the Romans on the ancient, original stone pavements around the steaming pool.
Bathing in thermal waters from the natural hots springs deep beneath the City has been an therapeutic activity for over 2000 years. Bathing can be enjoyed at the remarkable visitor attraction Thermae Bath Spa, Visitors can relax and unwind in the warm, open-air rooftop pool and take in the spectacular views across Bath’s skyline from a unique perspective.
During the 18th century, three ambitious local entrepreneurs set out to make Bath one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. With many beautiful streets and iconic buildings such as the Circus, Queen Square, Assembly Rooms and the Royal Crescent, along with Prior Park Landscape Garden and its ancient Roman history - we think that they were successful!
Bath and the beautiful surrounding countryside and gorgeous villages has so much to offer. Whether for rejuvenation, history or retail therapy, a great source of more visitors information can be found at the website visitbath.co.uk.