Renovated in 2017, this ground floor studio flat is an ideal base for 1 or 2 people looking to explore Bath, away from the hustle and bustle. We have endeavoured to offer everything that would be expected from a modern boutique hotel, with the additional benefit of a user friendly kitchenette. Only a 10-15 minute walk through the Artisan Quarter of Walcot Street into the direct centre of the city where the Roman Baths/Abbey/Thermae Spa are located, including many shops, bars and restaurants.
This is a studio flat, meaning that everything is in one room with the exception of an en-suite shower room.
We have tried to make the most of the space by including storage drawers under the standard double bed and a clothes hanging rail in the alcove. We provide towels and bedding.
The kitchenette contains everything you need to make your own small meals. There is a combination microwave/oven/grill as well as a plug in induction hob which is stored under the counter. Cooking utensils, glassware and a couple of pots are provided. You will also have use of a kettle, toaster and mini fridge. Tea, coffee (ground & instant), sugar, fresh milk, salt & pepper and olive oil, all provided. Check the pots on the mantle over the original feature Georgian fire place.
Under the kitchen counter is a rubbish bin, a bucket for recycling (or whatever you find it useful for!), a travel iron & table top board and some cleaning products. We remove the rubbish & recycling for you after you check out.
The little en-suite shower room contains a WC, small hand basin & shower. On the shelf you will find some basic toiletries, extra loo rolls and a travel hairdryer.
The gate-leg table and chairs sit beside a large window, with Venetian blinds, which overlooks a pretty 2-level courtyard garden that belongs to the basement flat below.
There is an electric heater, tower fan and wall mounted TV/DVD combination. A little selection of DVDs are on the shelf.
The WiFi router, used by all of our flats in this building, is in this studio. It is really helpful to turn it on and off occasionally to keep it running smoothly for all of our guests. We may message you if another guest requests a reboot, but if you are out and about we would not expect you to return for this purpose, only when you are ready.
A guestbook, containing the WiFi password, is on the bedside table, along with some local tourist guides.
The building is located at the bottom of Hedgemead Park, where Walcot Street joins with the London Road. 10 mins walk to the city centre & 20 mins walk to the train station.
All that separates this property from the city centre attractions and shopping is a short stroll along Walcot Street, considered to be the Artisan Quarter of Bath, or you can take the Paragon. Turn left as you exit the building and continue to the mini roundabout. The road forks, left to Walcot Street and right along the Paragon.
Walcot Street, the Artisan Quarter, has loads of small independent businesses. It leads to Waitrose supermarket and the city centre.
The Paragon, an architecturally beautiful road, leads on to George Street where you will find a host of bars, cafes and restaurants. Same Same but Different is best for breakfast! This is the top end of the main shopping high street, and you can follow it all the way to the Southgate shopping district and the train station. We would also recommend the area around the Theatre Royal for a great selection of bars & restaurants.
CITY CENTRE ATTRACTIONS & FAVOURITES:
The Roman Baths, Bath Abbey & The Pump Rooms, Stall Street, 13 mins walk.
A real tourist hot spot.
Thermae Bath Spa, Hot Bath Street, 16 mins walk.
Very popular for mineral baths and spa treatments, book ahead. The Gainsborough Hotel nearby is fantastic for foodies.
Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House and Museum, North Parade Passage, 15 mins walk.
The oldest house in Bath (c1482) and home to the famous Bath Bunn.
Jane Austen Centre, Gay Street, 11 mins walk.
If you like Jane Austen then look no further!
The Royal Crescent & Circus buildings, 13 mins walk.
Stunning architecture at the top of Victoria Park. The Royal Crescent Hotel does an amazing afternoon tea, but check prices first!
Royal Victoria Park, great for a walk or a picnic.
The Canary Gin Bar, Queen Street, 12 mins walk.
A must-see for gin lovers!
The Dark Horse Cocktail Bar, Kingsmead Square, 15 mins walk.
One of the worlds best, book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Hall & Woodhouse Pub, Old King Street, 11 mins walk.
Big and busy, always a great atmosphere, nice food and drink.
The Garrick's Head, Theatre Royal, St Johns Place, 15 mins walk.
Great food and drink, surrounded by many other lovely restaurants.
Sotto Sotto Italian Restaurant, North Parade, 16 mins walk.
Largely considered to be the best restaurant in Bath. If you cannot make a reservation it is worth it to wait in the queue, or you might get lucky and walk right in!
The Cork Pub, Westgate Buildings, 16 mins walk.
Young, vibrant atmosphere, best for live sports.
PUBS & EATERIES (within 5 mins walk):
The Curfew Pub - turn right, 2 mins walk.
Quiet and pretty, this little gem on the corner has nice home-cooked food & a small beer garden.
The Bell Inn - turn left, 3 mins walk, Walcot Street.
Buzzing local community pub, great live music. Also a coin operated washing machine out the back.
The Star Inn - turn left, 3 mins walk, the Paragon.
Very old & beautiful ale house, traditional wood panelling throughout.
Hudson Steak House - turn left, 2 mins walk.
Superb, upmarket, award-winning.
Corkage Wine & Small Plates - turn left, 3 mins walk, Walcot Street.
Fantastic & romantic. Best reviews from our guests!
Walcot House - turn left, 5 mins walk, Walcot Street.
Large, upmarket late bar and food.
Schwartz Burger - turn left, 5 mins, Walcot Street.
Awesome gourmet burger takeaway.
Golden Plaice Fish & Chips - turn right, 2 mins walk.
Nice local chippy.
Yummy House Chinese Takeaway - next door.
Mixed reviews, definitely not a favourite.
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