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B&B accommodation in Bath - Somerset - South West - England


David and Caroline Greenwood aim to provide you with the highest standards of comfort and housekeeping in their Victorian Guest house.

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B&B Contact Details Bed and Breakfast Summary
Number 30
Crescent Gardens

1 Double from:£41.00 pppn
1 Single from:£59.00 pppn
1 Twin from:£49.50 pppn
All or some rooms have private bathrooms. Our BNB is a local building of historic interest. Our establishment is fitted with central heating throughout. All or some rooms have ensuite facilities. Our establishment is gay friendly. Internet access available in rooms or residents lounge.
We accept all cards that display the Mastercard logo. We're sorry, we do not accept pets. We have on-site parking. We have a residents lounge. Smoking is not permitted in the establishment. We accept payment with Switch & Maestro cards.
All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms have TV. We accept all cards that display the Visa logo.
AA 4 Diamond Rated

Bed and Breakfast Description


All rooms have been completely refurbished within the last year and are light and airy. Colour televisions with teletext, hairdryers and tea and coffee making facilities are provided. Free email and WiFi available.

Bath's roads and streets can be crowded at times and parking is at a premium. Once you arrive at Number 30 you can park your car and forget about it until the day you depart.

Number 30 is within 5 minutes easy walk of the Roman Baths, the exciting new Bath Thermae Spa, the Royal Crescent, the Assembly Rooms, the Theatre Royal, and the main shopping areas with the full range of speciality shops.


Bath Attractions

Bath has a large number of attractions for the visitor. Splendid Georgian architecture is set in fine countryside and centres on the 18th century Pump Rooms, with its associated Roman Baths, The new and exciting Bath Thermae Spa,The Assembly Rooms, the Royal Crescent, The Circus, Great Pulteney Street and the Pulteney Bridge. Further from the centre is the fine Palladian mansion of Prior Park.

The Museums are extensive and include the Costume Museum, the American Museum, the Museum of Far Eastern Art., No 1, the Crescent, and many others. The Theatre is gem, the pubs a delight and Walcot Street just wonderful. The countryside is protected and excellent walks can be had along the canal, or around the hills on the Skyline Walk, and we can recommend some excellent pubs.

Bath is the ideal centre from which to explore the many areas of interest but especially Wells, Stonehenge, Salisbury and the wonderful Cotswolds. We would be pleased to help you plan your visit by car, tour, or public transport.

B&B Location

From the M4

Leave the motorway at Junction 18 and follow signs for Bath A4
After about 4 miles you will descend a long hill and take the left lane sign posted to Bath
At the roundabout take the 3rd. exit towards Bath A4
Continue for one mile passing through several sets of traffic and pedestrian lights. Beware of the bus lane as you approach the outskirts of the city.
Go straight on through the traffic lights (Morrisons supermarket on your left)
At the next set of traffic lights again go straight ahead. DO NOT turn left at these lights although the signpost directs all through traffic to do so.
** After about 200 yards you will come to a mini roundabout, take the second exit along Paragon Buildings. Continue on to the next set of traffic lights and keep to the left-hand lane Go straight ahead through the lights passing the Royal York Hotel on your left. Proceed to the end of the road (George Street) until you are forced to go left. Go straight ahead at the traffic lights;: you are now in Queen Square.
Go round THREE sides of the Square and exit onto Charlotte Street (signs for Long Term Car Park) Continue to the end of Charlotte Street…about 300 hundred yards…and join the Upper Bristol Road. Number 30 will be found some 200 yards along this road on the right hand side. We have a Red Pillar (Post) Box outside the gate.

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