Address1 Crescent Gardens, Upper Bristol Road BathSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
In the centre of Bath, this boutique-style guest house has stylish bedrooms with pocket-sprung mattresses, flat-screen TV, DVD players, digital radios, iPod docking stations and quality cotton bedding and towels.
Every room at Brooks Guesthouse is of a very high standard, mixing antique and modern furniture. The en suite bathrooms feature travertine stone tiles and Italian designer fittings.
Brooks have sourced the best local organic and free-range ingredients for breakfast. Choose from full English, vegetarian, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, homemade muesli or granola, yoghurt and compotes. There is also a fridge for guest use.
An honesty bar is open daily and the guest lounge has an open log fire and free internet access via laptop. Wi-Fi is available throughout Brooks.
A limited number of permits for on-street parking are available (additional cost). Car parking is also possible in Charlotte Street (additional cost), and 5 minutes' walk away in Royal Victoria park (additional cost).
Location 5 min walk from the city centre, 20 min walk from bus and rail stations or approx. GBP 6.00 in a taxi. We are situated on the A4, Upper Bristol Road. If using a SAT NAV please use the post code BA1 2NA.
At Brooks there are 2 options for parking. There are 24-hour parking permits available from reception. These permits are available on first come first served basis on the day, and allow you to park in the resident bays around the guesthouse (zone 6).
Charlotte Street Car Park is a 5-minute walk from the guesthouse, which operates a pay and display system.
The property recommends you come and find them, drop off your bags, and the owners will guide you to the best available spot.
A fixed amount non-refundable amount of GBP 20 per room will be charged on the day of booking.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
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