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Edgar Townhouse
64 Great Pulteney Street


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The Edgar Townhouse is a family run Hotel in the centre of Bath. The Hotel is located close to the city centre and is only 10 minutes walk from the Roman Baths.

Bath is a city of all Seasons. The famous Jane Austen lived in Bath and set many of her novels here; as did Charles Dickens. Throughout the city the honey coloured stone buildings are built in tiered ranks; crescents; parades and squares are interspersed by spaces; which sympathetically link buildings and landscape. The best way to start your visit to Bath is to go to the Roman Baths for a tour and then the Pumps room for tea. You can then visit the Abbey and continue up to the Circus and Royal Crescent. Bath caters for all tastes from the famous Sally Lunn teashop to five star and Michelin rated restaurants.

The Hotel has been converted to 18 comfortable bedrooms which all have en-suite with shower {two rooms with baths} colour television and tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel does not have a porter or a lift.

Residents parking Permits are available for £5 for the duration of your stay. The permit allows you to park in the residents parking zone and spaces are subject to availability in the street and is not reserved.

Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. We do not accept stag; hen or groups.Group bookings should be made by telephone. Regrettably; we cannot accept pets. Children welcome.Please notify the hotel is you have any special needs apon booking. Check-In time: 13:30 and Check-Out time: 10:00.

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