Aquae Sulis Guest House
Address174 - 176 Newbridge Road BathSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Built in the early 1900s, this Victorian guest house combines old-world charm with modern conveniences such as free WiFi and a bar. The centre of Bath is a 5-minute car ride or half an hour stroll along the River Avon.
Aquae Sulis Guest House offers 4-star accommodation with en suite facilities and a flat-screen TV in every room. Guests can also benefit from an iPod docking station and a refreshments tray.
The guest house has a free private car park as well as unrestricted on-road parking.
The beautiful Roman city of Bath offers you the opportunity to explore the Roman Baths, the new Bath Thermae Spa, an excellent shopping centre and much more all amidst Bath's stunning Roman and Georgian architecture.
Aquae Sulis Guest House offers transport to and from Bath Spa Rail and Bus Station between 11:00 until 18:00 Tuesday to Sunday if arranged at the time of booking. Unfortunately this service is not available on a Monday. The Pickup Point at the railway station is at the rear of the station, South Exit and from the bus station guests will need to turn left on exiting and follow the pavement around the side of the bus station (where the buses enter). The Pickup Point is beside the river. It is not possible to wait at either the rail or bus pickup points and guests would need to telephone the property on arrival. This must be pre-arranged to ensure the availability of the car.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
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