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Aquae Sulis Hotel
174 - 176 Newbridge Road
Bath
Bath

BA1 3LE | View map

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Built at the turn of the century, this sunny, south-facing Edwardian residence combines old-world charm with the conveniences and services demanded by today's traveller, within a friendly atmosphere.

Aquae Sulis is one of the few B&Bs in Bath that can offer you the combination of comfortable accommodation in the beautiful surroundings of the city, ensuring a peaceful night's sleep, within easy reach of Bath's city centre (2.5 km), for easy access to all the main attractions.

The beautiful Roman city of Bath offers you the opportunity to explore the Roman Baths, the new Bath Thermae Spa, an excellent shopping centre and much more all within Bath's stunning Roman and Georgian architecture. Bath restaurants are also some of the best in the region, offering everything from a traditional Georgian feel to a contemporary city centre establishment.

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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms
Tourist Board Inspected
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