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Relax in Regency England

Take to the cobbled streets of Bath and discover the historical delights of the World-Heritage City for yourself with a luxurious city-break in Regency style. 1 Hot Bath Street is a boutique styled Georgian town house that offers guests contemporary luxurious living, right next door to the Thermae Bath Spa. Four spacious bedrooms can sleep up to 12 guests, with both a large sitting room and beautiful open kitchen in which to relax.

Across town you will find an elegant first floor Georgian Apartment in 1 The Pargaon, located in the heart of the city centre, with breathtaking views across Bath and beyond. It also boats one famous resident, as Jane Austen once resided at this very address. It is just a stone’s throw from Walcot Street, the Artisan quarter, with an eclectic collection of characterful independent shops. The property itself is light and spacious with many original features such as marble top fireplaces, high ceilings and sash windows remaining.

If you’re looking to reside close to some of the finest Georgian architecture, then the Crescent Apartment could be for you. This new luxury self-catering accommodation is just 5 minutes walk to the Circus and world famous Royal Crescent, ideally located to explore Bath city centre and beyond. Comprising of an open-plan sitting room/kitchen, 2 bedrooms and elegant French doors leading out to the courtyard, you have all you need to unwind after an afternoon out exploring the best historical sites that this magical city has to offer.

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