Bath

The main Jane Austen sights in Bath are the places where the Austen's lived in

  • Sydney Place
  • Green Park Buildings
  • Gay Street
  • Trim Street
  • Also you can visit the Jane Austen Centre in Gay Street, and see
  • The Royal Crescent and Museum at No. 1
  • The Circus
  • The Assembly Rooms
  • Queen Square
  • The Pump Room and Roman Baths
  • The Abbey
  • Walcot Church

When staying in Bath we often go to Marlborough House, a 4 * guest house. Marlborough House is a small private hotel in the town centre of Bath. It is an end of terrace Victorian house in stone typical of the town. The house has been tastefully modernised with high quality fittings and period furniture. All the bedrooms are individually furnished and some have a four poster bed.
All preparations are organic and the cooking is vegetarian, with imaginative breakfast menus. Rooms have flowers, coffee and tisanes, biscuits and sherry, and drinks are served in the dining room, which is open to the kitchen where Peter's friends prepare breakfast to order.
The Royal Crescent is just up the hill through the park which is above the house, and due East is Queen Square, with the main centre of Bath just beyond, a total of 10 minutes walk. Peter will give you a list of recommended restaurants for the evening.
There is parking outside for 2 cars, and a public car park close by.
This comfortable and relaxing retreat combines the best of the traditional and the new in a peaceful but central location.

For those wanting a hotel, there are many near the centre, and some of country house hotel standard:

 

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