Windsor Guest House B&B Bath 69 Great Pulteney Street Online Booking
The Windsor is one of the most elegant of small accommodation establishments in Bath. It is teaming with olde worlde character that you can indulge in while you stay. You will also be able to take away great memories of a fabulous stay from here in travel tales that will last a lifetime. Pretty and charming colour scheme will have you smiling with delight as soon as you enter.
Staying in this fine guest house puts you within easy walking distance of the main attractions of Bath. Nothing will be far away and the walk into town takes you across the world famed, shop lined, Pulteney Bridge.
The rooms themselves are pleasantly decorated. They have all the you will require for a comfortable stay in them. Some of our downstairs rooms have a patio for you to enjoy during the summer.
The staff here are professional and it shows. However we can help make your stay a nice one we will. If you want to find out where the best places in town are to eat, just ask. If you are looking for something a bit more cheap and cheerful we can also be of help there, don't be shy.
This is a luxury and very splendid town house hotel in Bath. Being part of the most renowned of Georgian boulevards in Europe you will be made to feel very comfortable here. We refurbished the hotel to the highest of standards for you while keeping much of the buildings original character both Georgian and Victorian.
We have parking permits for you along with eight garaged parking spaces for your vehicles.
This is a totally non-smoking establishment. We welcome children over the age of 12 with their families.
Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included Wi-Fi / Wireless LAN Internet Services
Family / Children's services
Reviews from customers who have stayed with us
Guests Name: Paul was traveling as Mature couple
Rating of 3.14 out of 5 Unique ID (2450539)
Good stuff: Easy access to Central Bath attractions. Neat clean rooms; helpful staff; excellent full English breakfast
Overall: This hotel has three levels and no lift. For those on the third floor this means dragging luggage up five flights of stairs, the last of which is a narrow spiral staircase. Although the 100lb tiny woman who checkd us in offered to help, it did not make much sense. Added to this, when we were there the nights were warm. Since the hotel was not airconditioned we had to sleep with the windows open. This would have normally been quite comfortable but Bath was hosting a volleyball tournament on the rugby pitch behnd the hotel, where several hundred volleyball players camped. The noisy parties lasted until 3am or so making it difficult to sleep with the open windows.