This delightful, highly regarded bed and breakfast is full of the charms of the late 19th century when it was built. The bedrooms are a delight and the alluring large beds are in keeping with the style you are offered here.
As you arrive you will get a feeling for olde worlde Bath form the local stone the house is built of. On entry you are generally greeted by your warm hearted, helpful and well informed hosts. They are very happy to be of service. They will try to help you in making the best of the time you have available with us with good, local information.
Bedrooms here have a good level of comfort with every up-to-date facility you will require. Yet, the enchanting design of the beds allow you to get a real feel of the character of the building. All of your rooms here are of a good size which will allow you to luxuriate within them.
Our location is a good one for those who like to be able to get a good nights sleep. We are about 0.8 miles West-southwest (20 minutes walking) of the main train station. Additionally for you to get to the Roman Baths it will take you approximately 25 minutes from us.
More concisely to find us from the train station please follow these directions on foot. Come out of the station and turn left onto Dorchester Street and turn left at the end of the road onto Southgate Street. Follow this around the corner where it turns into Broad Quay and then turn left to cross the bridge over the River Avon. Turn right when you have crossed the bridge and follow the Lower Bristol Road along the river for about 0.5 of a mile.
Cross over Lower Bristol Road when it is safe to do so. Look for and turn left into Westmoorland Road. Follow this along as it veers to the right and changes name into Lower Oldfield Park. Take a left hand turn into the small cycle path after Cedar Way. Continue strait down here for 350 yards and then turn to the right onto Oldfield Road. We are just down here on the right with a large conifer in the front garden.