There are few locations in the centre of Bath that will better The Margaret's Buildings Townhouse.
Set within a quiet corner of Bath, down a small pedestrianised courtyard where you will see art galleries, cafes and similar shops, this gorgeous home is an excpetional place for visiting Bath.
Dating back to the 18th Century, when it was once a lady's shoe shop, this wonderful Grade II listed, Georgian townhouse retains so much of the original charm that for a family or group of (up to) five people you can enjoy central Bath in elegance.
Outside , is a quiet pedestrian mall with independent shops, which means you can leave the cooking and everything else to make this a "proper" holiday - city living at its best.
Inside, the house is spread across 3 floors, above a local restaurant (with sound insulation too) with the open plan living on the first floor, the master suite on the second floor and the two final bedrooms on the top floor.
An historic building, but with warmth and cosiness that makes you feel right at home.The house is conveniently situated between two of Bath's most famous landmarks, The Royal Crescent and The Circus - each about 30 seconds walk away!
Even in winter, when we visited this was a perfect spot to live like a local with everything on your doorstop and peace inside when you close the front (original!) door.
We loved it here.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x first floor king-size double with en suite bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x second floor twin, 1 x second floor single.
First floor basin and WC.
Second floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC.
About the location
Bristol 13 miles; Glastonbury 25 miles.
The beautiful, cosmopolitan city of Bath, a World Heritage Site, offers something for everyone. No matter the time of year you visit, you are likely to find events catering for all tastes, from the famous Christmas market to music, food and cultural festivals and world-class theatre productions on offer at the Theatre Royal. The streets are lined with every kind of restaurant and the wide range of quality bars and shops are sure to tempt. The stunning architecture of Georgian terraces are famous and a joy to behold, whilst a visit to the celebrated Roman Baths and wonderful abbey are a must whilst staying in this beautiful city. Should you tire of all on offer in the centre then there are many attractions located under an hour’s drive away; take a gentle boat trip along the Kennet and Avon Canal, explore the craft shops at local Frome or Bradford-on-Avon, or explore mystical Glastonbury, Cheddar Caves, Wookey Hole, Lacock or even ancient Stonehenge. Bath offers visitors a very special holiday experience, whatever the season.
Note: Parking on Charlotte's Street is a five minute walk from the property.
Note Entrance at ground floor, access to property up stairs.