|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
The apartment has a relaxed English country style, with large rooms, huge sash windows with working shutters, glorious high ceilings with ornate cornicing, and handsome fireplaces. An ornate entrance leads up to a generous lobby, large living room with views and a split-level kitchen/diner.
The generous living room looks over Victoria Park, with The Royal Crescent, and surrounding hills to either side. There are two large 3-seater sofas beside an ornate marble fireplace. A TV also has a DVD and a selection of movies. A desk holds the WiFi, and you can take refuge in a comfortable leather armchair with a portable digital radio and reading lamp by your side.
The country-style galley kitchen has fitted cream units, a cream tiled floor and wood-block worktops. There is a gas hob, electric oven and microwave, large fridge and separate freezer.
A quaint window seat takes in lovely views of gardens and pristine allotments sloping up towards the park. A little flight of steps goes up to a cosy dining room with park views, a table to seat 4 and breakfast items to hand.
The spacious Master bedroom in shades of blue has a couple of 3’ beds that zip and link to become a 6’ double. One alcove has a large chest of drawers, whilst the other has a large fitted wardrobe, with a grand fireplace between. A fully tiled, traditional style en-suite has a bath, a corner shower, a hand-basin, WC and shelves for toiletries.
The smart second bedroom is spacious with views, and has two single 3’ beds, a small wardrobe with drawers under, a chest of drawers and an original pretty cast iron fireplace.
On a separate floor in the building you will find a washing machine for your personal use along with a communal tumble dryer.
A contemporary shower room has a fully tiled shower, a hand basin and WC.
A permit is available for one car to be parked in a designated zone, alternatively, the bus or train station is a 15-20 minute walk.
It's a very pleasant 5-10 minute stroll either through Victoria Park or past Bath's historic architecture to the city centre nearby and there are many museums and galleries en-route, as well as great restaurants, bars and cafes and an array of wonderful shops. The city centre buzzes with life and after a full day you can enjoy a performance at the Theatre Royal, relax in the hot waters of the Thermae Spa, spend the evening at the Komedia comedy club or participate in a number of music and literary festivals. The beautiful Royal Victoria Gardens has a fine botanical garden, covered tennis courts, crazy golf, a huge adventure park for children. A compact 18 hole golf course (The Approach Golf Course) with lovely views of Bath and the surrounding hills is just down the road.
At the top of Marlborough Buildings is Marlborough Tavern, a gastro pub. Around the corner at St. James Square you'll find good local amenities; a newsagents, chemists, coffee shop, Italian deli, organic grocery store, a florist and Cavendish Cooks who supply home-made take away food. At Margaret's buildings there are restaurants and gorgeous boutiques. The nearest supermarket is a Co-op on Julian Road or Waitrose in the city centre.
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