Redcar Hotel Bath 27-29 Henrietta Street Online Booking
The Redcar is a great, modified Georgian Town House not far from the city centre in Bath. Cheap accommodation in a super location near the centre and attractions is available here.
So you are visiting Bath and would like to stay in a certain place you are going to remember and will be able to speak about when you proceed home. Your search is over. This is actually the ideal spot. A genuine homely but cheap and cheerful establishment in a very convenient location in the middle of Bath.
Well located a short 0.1 mile walk of 3 minutes will take you to the world renown shop lines Pulteney Bridge. The street we are on Henrietta Street, was originally designed in the late 1700's by the architect of Pulteney Bridge Sir William Pulteney. He named the street after his much loved daughter. From here it is a short walk over Pulteney Bridge to get into the heart of Olde Bath.
No frills rooms are available at a reasonable price. The accommodation was originally 3 Georgian town houses which were converted in 1949.
Feel free to relax in either our lounge or and bar after your travels and exploration of the city. There is some car parking available at a charge.
The singers Engelbert Humperdinck and Tom Jones were later to be associated with the establishment through a purchase by an organisation headed by the two. There was then a massive refurbishment undertaken to bring the hotel up to the fine standards they required.
Guests Name: Anonymous was traveling as Same sex couple
Rating of 4.57 out of 5 Unique ID (97418769)
Good stuff: Central locattion, friendly
Bad stuff: Dodgy electrics - after the cleaner had been in we put on the light and a plug socket on the other side of the room started to make fizzy noises and the light went all funny - we just turned the plug socket off and it was ok - but obviously there is some dodgy wiring going on!