Magdala is a well preserved Victorian Villa for you to stay in and enjoy. Close to the city and overlooking a lovely Victorian park you could not ask for a better location. All the rooms here are luxurious and the beds are to die for.
Steeped in wonderful Victorian character this Villa on the edge of the city is a lovely place to stay on a holiday break. The history of the house and its name goes way back in time. Originally constructed just after 1850 the house was named to honour Lord Robert Napier a commander at the Battle of Magdala. Large high ceilings to the spacious rooms are all a part of age. Period features within the house have very much been kept as they were for you to take pleasure in while you stay.
Located just north of the city centre 1/2 a mile (8 mins walk) from Bath Abbey and the city centre. We are next to and have a dining room that over looks Henrietta Park. This has 7 acres of beautiful parkland for you to explore. It was devised to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in the year 1897. It has several wonderful trees, considerable shrubberies and also stunning flower beds for you to enjoy.
Each and every bed here is one in which you are going to truly enjoy sleeping in. All the quality you will need starts with the wonderful Egyptian Cotton linen and extends to the supportive and extremely comfortable mattresses. This makes certain no matter what comes about on your own outing, rain or shine, you're going to get the perfect nights slumber once you return here. The bathrooms are particularly lavish and all of us take great pride in just how thoroughly clean they are kept, which we realize you are going to enjoy.