A luxuriously appointed one bedroom apartment offering accommodation at the quiet end of the Royal Crescent in Bath. This is a famous World Heritage landmark in a historic city of Roman features and Georgian architecture.
The Royal Crescent overlooks private lawns and The Royal Victoria Park. Arguably one of the most unique short-break / holiday locations available in the UK.
This apartment is positioned at the quiet end of the unique and prestigious Royal Crescent. It also is one of the few Royal Crescent apartments to have exclusive outdoor space with a patio for dining and relaxing. It is ideally suited for couples requiring ready access to the excellent Theatre Royal, historic sights, fine shops, wonderful new spa and first-class restaurants that Bath has to offer.
Access is via a private entrance. Steep steps lead down to the apartment.
The apartment has a lovely new contemporary kitchen and a dining area. The lounge is luxuriously decorated with free view TV, sofa, chair, coffee table.
The bedroom has a king-size bed, large fitted wardrobes and free view TV.
There is a separate bathroom with a bath, electric shower, sink and WC.
The apartment is yours. No limitations on access!
Please note however: There are narrow stairs leading down to the apartment. There is no wheelchair access.
Centrally heated by night storage heaters.
Microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine.
Two TVs, Outdoor furniture.
For those wishing to relax and unwind the property is located close to The Royal Crescent Spa which offer a wide range of packages.
The Royal Crescent is a row of 30 terraced houses laid out in a sweeping crescent in the city of Bath, England. Designed by the architect John Wood, the Younger and built between 1767 and 1774, it is among the greatest examples of Georgian architecture to be found in the United Kingdom and is a Grade I listed building.
Information about the Royal Crescent
Bridgerton as Featherington’s home.
2003 as well as evidence of possible iron and bronze age
settlement on the lawn.
With so much to see and do in the area you will need to plan your days well; the city of Bath is easily reached in a ten minute walk allows you to relax and enjoy Baths history and laid-back feel with so many bars and restaurants to choose from as well as many boutique and larger shops.
Within walking distance
Brock Street Bath BA1 2LN built by John Wood the younger
Brock Street is named after Thomas Brock who was John Woods father in law and was designed in modest style to make the Royal Crescent and Circus look grander. 8 Brock Street was once the home of Benjamin Disraeli British statesman
The Circus Bath BA1 2ET - built by John Wood the Elder
17 The Circus Bath was once the home of Gainsborough
The Assembly Rooms, Bennet Street BA1 2QH built by John Wood the Younger
Southgate is the main shopping centre , It is home to over fifty shops, ten restaurants, and an 860-space underground car park. Restaurants and food outlets in the main SouthGate centre include Pizza Express, Caffè Nero, Krispy Kreme, Pret a Manger, a branch of Giraffe Restaurants, and Cake Café, Absurd Bird, Tapas Revolution, Thaikun, and Comptoir Libanais. There is also a Sainsbury's Local supermarket. Restaurants and food outlets in the Brunel Square vaults include Be At One, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Franco Manca, Graze, Prezzo, and Nando's.
Kennet and Avon Canal
On the east side of bath is Kennet and Avon Canal built as a commercial transport route between 1794 and 1810 to provide safe and efficient travel between London and Bath, and via the River Avon, to Bristol. It had its heyday between 1810 and 1840, carrying stone from Bath and bringing coal and domestic goods into the city.
Within an hour drive you have the bright lights of Bristol, with its fantastic quayside and shopping or head to Glastonbury and experience the medieval charm of the town and its Tor. Clarks village with it discount designer brands can be reached within 45 minutes as can the beaches of Portishead and Weston Super Mare.
24 Hour public car park
Charlotte Street Car Park, Charlotte Street, Bath BA1 2NE
which is an 5 minute walk away (3 minute drive away). Details can be found here: