Bath Norfolk Buildings Apartments
AddressNo 4 Norfolk Buildings BathSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Located just 5 minutes’ walk from Bath's historic city centre, Bath Norfolk Buildings Apartments boast spacious and light apartments with free Wi-Fi, river views, and easy access to Bath's landmarks.
Each apartment at Bath Norfolk Buildings features a lounge with a HD flat-screen TV, DVD player with DVD library and iPod docking station, and a bathroom with free luxury toiletries. All bedrooms feature orthopaedic mattresses and a flat-screen TV.
One of the apartments boasts a private garden with a seating area for an alfresco dining experience. Bed linen and towels are provided. Travel cots and high chairs can be provided for an additional charge.
There is a fully equipped, fitted kitchen, and guests can make use of the self-catering facilities, such as a microwave and an oven with hob.
On-street parking is available at a surcharge at Norfolk Buildings Apartments, and the historic Bath Abbey and Roman Baths are just a 5-minute walk away.
Guests are kindly requested to inform the hotel in advance of their estimated time of arrival. This can be done by contacting the hotel/property using the contact details found on the booking confirmation.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Free WiFi
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