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Kensington Court

Bath
4 Kensington Court London Road, Bath, Somerset BA1 6PS

1 rooms · ★★★★ · from £0 · 5 reviews


This is our guests favourite part of Bath according to independent reviews. Located just 20 minutes walk from Bath s historic city centre Kensington Court Apartments boast a light apartments with free Wi-Fi garden views and easy access to Bath s landmarks. Kensington Court features a lounge with a HD flat-screen TV DVD player with DVD library and a bathroom with free toiletries. Bed linen and towels are provided. Travel cots can be provided for an FREE of charge. There is a fully equipped fitted kitchen and guests can make use of the self-catering facilities such as a microwave and an oven with hob. Off-street parking is available at a Free at Kensington Court Apartments and the historic Bath Abbey and Roman Baths are just a 20-minute walk away One of our bestsellers in Bath! Even if the weather looks set to be dreary there is always something to do in Bath -- more than enough to fill several long weekends! We suggest starting with an open-top bus tour covering the major architectural sites such as the Royal Crescent the Circus the Paragon and the many facets of Georgian Bath and culminating with a panoramic view from a point high above the city. The wonderfully preserved Roman Baths are a must (a two-hour visit with audio tape). Tea in the nearby Pump Room is highly recommended and can be followed by a visit to the magnificent 15th century Abbey. Jane Austen Centre in Gay Street and the many sites mentioned by the novelist Georgette Heyer including the Assembly Rooms and Milsom Street. The dozen or so museums and galleries -- the Museum of Costume & Fashion Beckford s Tower The Postal Museum The Heritage Vaults and The American Museum at Claverton among them -- are well worth a visit as is the Victoria Art Gallery. Particularly popular are the Georgian kitchens that can be viewed at the historic Sally Lunn s Restaurant and the authentically restored Number One Royal Crescent. The famous Theatre Royal opened in 1805