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The Kennard
11 Henrietta Street
Bath
Bath

BA2 6LL | View map
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Staying at The Kennard gives you the chance to discover and enjoy a true Georgian Town House - now restored to a charming small hotel with its own special character. Built as a lodging house in 1794 for the grand era of Bath's elegance and prosperity, all of its 12 bedrooms are thoughtfully and individually furnished for your every comfort. The original Georgian kitchen, now a delightful breakfast room, is the setting for a full choice of English or Continental breakfasts.

The Kennard is ideally situated both for the city and its surrounding attractions. The Kennard, just over the Pulteney Bridge and only minutes from the Abbey and Roman Baths, with easy access from London and from the railway station, really is the ideal location to enjoy the delights of this famous city.

The garden is in the process of being restored to its original glory: a place where time stands still and you can enjoy peace and tranquility only yards away from the city centre.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star Guest Accommodation
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 10

Price per Person

Double: From £49
Twin: From £49
Single: From £58
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Parking - Permits available
Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome - Over 8 years
Licensed
Special Diets Catered For -Vegetarian breakfast
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - All Rooms
Open All Year - Closed at Christmas
Tourist Board Inspected - AA
Building of Historic Interest
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