Would you like an ensuite room very centrally situated which doesn't cost a fortune? Elegant surroundings in a Georgian Town House built by John Wood in the 1740's. Would you prefer not to walk more than one minute to the Roman Baths or three minutes to bus/railway stations? Can you manage without a lift or porter? All rooms have TV's, tea & coffee and are freshly finished in crisp white linen. Four posters may vary.
We offer great value for money for those people wanting Bed & Breakfast Hotels at budget accommodation prices with good, clean rooms in the heart of the city. We are similarly priced to many a Guest House less favourably positioned and are the nearest Bed and Breakfast Accommodation to the Bath Abbey and the Tourist Information Centre. To maintain these prices we operate as a B & B and include a continental breakfast and therefore do not have hotel services.
Parking is available very close by in Pay & Display costing £12.00 per 24 hours however, 8pm till 8am is free of charge. A payphone is available for outgoing calls. Reception is open daily between 8am and 9pm.
All our bed and breakfast rooms
Reception is open between 8am and 9pm daily.
The Parade Park is situated in the heart of Bath overlooking Parade Gardens and with views towards Bath Abbey. This Georgian Town House has maintained many original features. The Roman Baths, Pump Room, Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge and Thermae Bath Spas are one minutes walk away whilst Bath Spa Railway Station and Bath Bus Station are three minutes.
There are numerous other architectural and historical delights within easy walking distance. The Royal Crescent, Assembly Rooms and The Circus to name but a few. Bath's internationally renowned shopping centre boasts unique specialist shops. One of the delights of this World Heritage City are the various street performers seen all year round.
To end a pleasurable day visit one of the city's excellent restaurants from reasonably priced Bistros to Haute Cuisine, Tilleys restaurant is highly recommended by The Parade Park and is only a few yards away. Evening entertainment could include a trip to the famous Theatre Royal, a comedy walk or a boat trip on the River Avon. Other attractions are the open-top bus tours, canal walks, cycle hire, Bath races, golf clubs, cricket and rugby. Bath is also an ideal base to explore surrounding attractions (tours available) including Bradford on Avon, Lacock, Castle Combe, Wells, Cheddar, Stonehenge, Avebury and Salisbury.
We are only too pleased to help with suggestions for day trips and restaurant recommendations.