I didn't realize how wonderful the location was until I took the mayor's two-hour walking tour of the city. Nestled between the Royal Crescent and the Circus, this B&B is a stone's throw away from Gay and George Street, with a mecca of pubs, restaurants, and a great deli. A ten-minute walk gets you to the city's three major attractions -- the Roman Baths, the Bath Abbey and the thermal baths. The manager Richard is most accomodating ("nothing's too much trouble"), they serve a full English breakfast and they even have free wifi in the lounge (unfortunately not in the rooms). One item to be aware of is the shower temperature; water flow is apparently a problem throughout Bath, but can be managed with guidance and some patience. I booked only for one night at the end of my Cotswold Way walk, but ended up staying for several more nights because of the excellent location, nice rooms and friendly service.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our elegant Georgian home was built by John Wood the younger in 1765, and is ideally situated in the loveliest part of Bath between the Circus and Royal Crescent. We aim to offer you comfort and personal attention. We will gladly help you plan your stay in Bath, giving guidance with visits, tours and routes. Our rooms are beautifully decorated and very comfortable with all the expected amenities of a 4 gold star guest house. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Brocks Guest House Hotel Bath