11 Queen’s Parade Bath Somerset BA1 2NJ 07723617486
Acquire your own piece of Georgian splendour, if only for a weekend. Bath Boutique Stays (BBS) hires out a handful of central, characterful properties in the city suitable for between one and 12 people. All are typical Bath buildings, and all are styled along the same smart-but-simple lines: a neutral colour palette, contemporary furnishings, Egyptian cotton sheets, art from local shops on the walls, Cowshed goodies in the bathroom. Properties include the only remaining Bath home of Jane Austen, a Georgian terrace just metres from the Royal Crescent and a spacious penthouse overlooking Queens Square. All are within stumbling distance of train station and bars. Oh, BBS can help with that too – they provide plenty of local recommendations in a welcome pack, and can arrange all sorts of extras. Book a package and you can get Thermae Spa tickets, a creative class at local workshop The Makery, guestlist bar entry... whatever you fancy, helpful local owners Hannah and Marcus will try their utmost to arrange.
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18 York Street Bath BA1 1HG
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Things to see & do nearby
Royal Victoria Park
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Graceful 18th-century building housing electic art amid glorious grounds
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