Percy Place | Bath

Prices from: £99
Sleeps: 6 Bedrooms: 2 Children: Welcome Pets: No pets - sorry! Onsite Parking: Free on-street parking
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Our welcoming holiday apartment forms part of Percy Place, our Grade II listed Georgian house.

Percy Place has a fascinating history. Our house was the home of Rev. William Jay, one of the most eminent English Congregationalist preachers of Regency England, who used to preach in the Argyle Chapel in Bath at the end of 1700s and the house is still a lovely place to be!

We like to make our guests feel at home and highly valued.  The original Georgian features of the building are enhanced by the stylish decor of the rooms such as antiques, trinkets and period furniture. At the same time, free WiFi and a recently refurbished kitchen offer modern comfort.

Both the town and the countryside are on our doorstep.

We are just a few minutes walk from the city centre between the up and coming ‘Artisan Quarter’ bristling with local independent shops, and Larkhall village, a pretty quarter with a local butcher, a deli, a theatre and a few restaurants. We are also very close to the Kennet & Avon Canal at the back of Kensington Meadows. The view of the countryside and back garden from the back of the house is relaxing and inspiring. All of Bath’s sights and attractions are a short walk away.


Travel cot available. Two bedrooms on the first floor; newly refurbished kitchen and drawing room with 2 single beds on the second floor.

Bedroom William Jay: sleeping 2-3 people (king size bed + extra single bed added on request); view of the countryside; WiFi; TV. Bedroom John Wood: sleeping 2 people (double bed); city view; WiFi.

2 modern bathrooms in period style (with bath and shower screen).

Washing machine, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, microwave.

TV, Wi-Fi

Percy Place is on London Road which leads to the city centre just off the A4. It is between Grosvenor Place and Kensington Place (which are two streets parallel to the London Road). Parking is free in the area, however there is a bus lane in front of the house so we suggest parking either in Grosvenor Place or in Kensington Place, which are very close to the house.

Smoking is not allowed.

Children of all ages are welcome.

No pets, sorry!

Percy Place

4 Percy Place

Simona Thompson

+44 (0) 7729 002822
+44 (0)1225 635474

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