The Paragon Townhouse | Bath

Sleeps: 10 Bedrooms: 4 Children: All ages welcome. Pets: Sorry, not allowed. Onsite Parking: No

Wonderfully quirky Georgian Townhouse located in the bustling heart of historic Bath.

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The Paragon Townhouse is a wonderfully quirky Georgian building located in the bustling heart of historic Bath.

The house is located over the ancient steps that lead from Roman Road down to Bath’s Artisan Quarter and Walcot Street. This 2* listed building has been described as “like a Landmark Trust house but more beautiful.”

The Paragon Townhouse is spread over a total of 6 floors and boasts a treasure trove of characterful features. The kitchen sits in the original vaults below street level, alongside the dining room. You will also find everything a modern chef may need as well as the original range in the dining room. The characterful Drawing Room, with original fireplace, provides the perfect retreat for relaxing after a day exploring the city. The house sleeps up to 8 guests accross 4 bedrooms. There is a choice of double or single beds, plus up to 2 extra guests may also sleep in comfortable day beds in the larger rooms.

The Paragon is perfect for all types of group visiting Bath and a lovely way to celebrate a special occasion. We have lots of ideas of how you can make your stay extra special here.

Awarded a special Gold by VisitBritain for 2021/22. You could not find a more original property for your special stay in Bath.

Ideally situated in the heart of historic Bath - with all the main attractions a short walk away.

Sleeps up to 10 in four double bedrooms. Most of the beds can be made up as either doubles or singles. Beds are some of the most comfortable in Bath, with Egyptian cotton sheets, double or single duvets and two pillows per guest. The additional 2 guests sleep on good quality day beds in the two largest bedrooms.

There are a total of four double bedrooms. Two of these have ensuites and the bottom bedroom has it's own wet room. Each of the rooms are light and airy with beautiful views apart from the bottom bedroom which is ideal for a couple wanting extra privacy - or for a guest who snores :-)

There are a total of 2 bathrooms, 1 wet room and 3 loos. The master bathroom on the second floor has both bath and shower, whilst the bathroom on the top floor has a shower only.

Ideal for a group, the kitchen leads off from the dining room and is equipped with everything you might need for a dinner party for up to 11 guests. As well as a large double oven and microwave, there is also a dishwasher and washing machine.

There are 2 TVs, a DVD and an iPhone speaker. There is a wide choice of DVDs a few games - plus the essential collection of Jane Austen novels (she used to stay with her Uncle and Aunt when they lived next door).

There is a small - but perfectly formed terrace with seating at the front of the house which captures the early evening sun and makes the perfect spot for celebrating the start to a special celebration. Do remember to ask where we keep the cushions!

It is important to note that The Paragon is not a new build house - rather it is a historically important listed building packed full of original features that will give you a glimpse to a bygone age. Although it blends with the best of the modern, like most Georgian Townhouses it is on a number of floors and disabled access is limited.

Bath is a compact city and you won't need a car during your stay. The best long stay car park is at Charlotte Street, BA1 2NE. This is under 10 minutes walk away.

The Paragon Townhouse is strictly no smoking.

Well behaved children of all ages are welcome.

Strictly not allowed. Sorry.

The Paragon Townhouse

1a The Paragon

David Libby

07590 675696

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