Bath, Bath Cottages
Set in what must be one of the most desirable locations in Bath, Circus House Apartment is a fabulous, elegant and extremely comfortable property making it the perfect retreat to for a luxury break.
Tastefully furnished in a contemporary style, the apartment is full of lovely touches to make you feel instantly at home, from comfy sofas to vases of flowers. The Georgian proportions make the rooms feel spacious and bright, a wonderful place to kick off your shoes after a busy day exploring all that Bath has to offer.
The property has been given the 4 stars Gold Award by Visit England.
Entrance from the street at ground floor level into a communal hallway.
Carpeted stairs lead up to the apartment's separate entrance on the third floor.
Living Room/Dining Room with sofa (converts to a bed (4ft) for alternative sleeping only), armchair, open fireplace (decorative purpose only), TV with Freeview and circular dining table/chairs.
Kitchen, contemporary in style and fully equipped with integral appliances.
Bedroom One with zip & link beds offering a choice of super king size (6ft) or twin beds.
Bedroom Two with two single beds, one 3ft, one 2ft 6in.
Family Bathroom with bath, shower over, WC and washbasin.
Although the property does not have its own garden, there is plenty of green space immediately in front of The Circus where you can sit and enjoy the stunning location.
Children welcome. Cot and high chair available. Sorry no pets. No smoking.
Free overnight parking at The Circus (Inner Circle). Long stay car park in Charlotte Street, 5 minutes' walk
Historic Bath has so much to offer its visitors whether you just have a weekend to spare or can stay a bit longer. Circus House Apartment is centrally located and part of one of the most breathtaking gems of Georgian architecture in the city, Grade I listed The Circus.Close by you will find other architectural treasures such as Royal Crescent and Queen Square along with 'must-see' attractions such as the Roman Baths, Thermae Bath Spa, Bath Abbey, The Pump Room, and the Jane Austen Centre, which are all just a short walk away. The Assembly Rooms, which house the world famous Fashion Museum are also on the doorstep.
If you like shopping, then you won't be disappointed as there is a vast range of both local independent outlets alongside more familiar national names. Feeling peckish? You will be spoilt for choice with the various pavement cafes, historic pubs, bistros and restaurant on offer. Annual events such as the literary and music festivals as well as the famous Christmas Market attract thousands of visitors from across the UK.
Within easy driving distance of Bath are Glastonbury, Cheddar Gorge and Wells Cathedral, while the nearby Cotswold Hills and the historic city of Bristol are also worth a day out.
"Spent five nights here over Easter and had a lovely stay. The apartment is beautiful with stunning views of The Circus and Assembly Rooms. There's so much to see in Bath - The Roman Baths, The Jane Austen Centre, The Holburne Museum,Prior Park,Bath Abbey,The Assembly Rooms,No.1 Royal Crescent and the lovely view of Pulteney Bridge from Parade Gardens. This apartment is a great base for exploring it all. We've been missing the lovely views from the windows since we got home and would love to come back some time. Thanks for a lovely stay."Guest's review on TripAdvisor 2017-04-21
"Our family of four spent 5 nights here over Christmas. The apartment was well furnished and we had a most comfortable stay. It is within easy walking distance to all the tourist spots and shops. Checking in and out was easy, and Lesley was easy to coordinate with. The apartment is located on the top floor and there is no lift access. It's quite a hike but we think it is worth the effort."Guest's review on TripAdvisor 2017-01-21
"This is a really lovely flat - ideally located and beautifully appointed. We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and would recommend it to friends and family as well as considering a revisit. Thank you also to Caroline for the warm welcome when we arrived."Alison Cotton 2016-11-01