This beautifully appointed house in Bath is perfect for a large group sightseeing or celebrating, with a pretty garden and central location
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
Just a stone’s throw from the Roman Baths and Parade Gardens, Pierrepont Place Townhouse has all of historic Bath’s attractions on its doorstep. As central as can be, yet situated on a quiet, cobbled street, this spacious property can accommodate up to 13 guests.
This Georgian townhouse retains a classic sense of style and has its own pretty courtyard garden. Original features of the house have been retained too, with the cosy, wood-panelled living room providing one example. High ceilings and lots of space give the rooms of this house an air of grandeur.
There is a large kitchen equipped with all the appliances you could need and plenty of room for everyone around the dining tables. More dining space can be found out in the courtyard garden too, ideal for a late breakfast or supper. Antique furnishings and large, comfy sofas make the living room one you will want to retreat to – plus you have Apple TV and Freeview to entertain yourselves with should you wish.
There is both a family bathroom and a shower room at Pierrepont Place Townhouse, as well as four bedrooms. You have a king-size bed in the first, and a double bed and a single day bed in the second. Bedroom three sleeps two in bunk beds, while bedroom four sleeps four – either all singles, or as two singles and a double. Finally, there are two put-up beds if you need them. In summary, it all adds up to 13 (and lots of flexibility). Needless to say, this house is a real find if you’re part of a large group looking to visit the sights of Bath – and it’s hard to imagine a better location if you are.
As well as the Roman Baths, there’s the wonderfully relaxing Thermae Spa where you can take a soak with a great view of the city, around four minutes’ walk from the house. Other cultural attractions include the Jane Austen Museum and the Theatre Royal, which attracts some high-calibre names if you fancy seeing a show while you’re in town. Many of the things worth seeing in Bath require no entrance fee, with beautiful Pulteney Bridge, Royal Crescent and Bath Abbey well worth taking a look at.
There’s also some of the best shopping and dining you’ll find in the west – from high-end to casual but cool. Wander down to the old Green Park Station for pizza and live music under the old station canopy. Right beside the River Avon, the nearby Parade Gardens make a lovely place to spend the evening too, less than a 5-minute stroll away.
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