Enhanced Cleaning and Safeguarding at the Edgar townhouse:
Whilst hygiene has always been of utmost importance at the Edgar Townhouse, we are engaging with social distancing and employing enhanced cleaning practices. For example:
– If you have booked Breakfast, it is now available in your room;
– Extra disinfection of high touch areas within guest rooms;
– Increased cleaning frequency of public areas within hotel and of entrance to hotel;
– Staff safety with enhanced training & protocols, as well as Personal Protective Equipment.
Beautiful 1 listed Georgian town house in Bath’s most impressive street. Friendly staff welcome you to our family run bed and breakfast. All rooms are centrally heated and are a mixture if double, twin, and single and family rooms, all having their own private shower and WC, colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities.
The room rate includes our generous breakfast which has many options from the traditional full English to smoked salmon. All our rooms have duvets and come with bath towels and toiletries.
We are located 5 minutes walk to the roman Bath and Abbey and all other major attractions, shops and restaurants.
15 minutes walk from the train station or 5 minutes in a taxi.
Spa beaks are available please contact us for details.
Enjoy numerous discounts and offers from a local shops, restaurants and attractions when you stay with us and use the Bath Reward Card.
On street parking available for a one off charge for your entire stay. Please contact us for details.
For further information on tours from Bath please contact us.
Residents lounge with free internet terminal, Wi-Fi and free UK calls. See guesthouse for restrictions.
Rooms at the guesthouse are situated over 6 floors and we do not have a lift.
Bath offers a diverse range of restaurants, theatres and wine bars, together with museums such as the Roman Baths, Museum of Costume and the Jane Austen Centre. Make The Edgar Towhouse your choice for a stay in Bath.
Great Pulteney Street is a Grand boulevard that joins Pulteney Bridge to Bathwick at the eastern side of Bath, England.
At over 1,000 feet (300 m) long and 100 feet (30 m) wide, the road itself is the widest and grandest in Bath. Commissioned by Sir William Pulteney, it was designed by the architect Thomas Baldwin and completed in 1789.
Bath famous for the Roman baths, Thermae Bath Spa, Rugby, Bath Abbey, classic Georgian architecture such as the Royal Crescent it is a City which has more shops than a city ten times its size. With a vast range events and festivals bath is a city bursting with energy.
Bath is also a food and drink lovers paradise with a diverse range of cuisines from all parts of the world the famous Pump Rooms which is located above the Roman Baths, Firehouse Rotisserie, The Eastern Eye, Gascoyne Place and many more excellent restaurants!
Bath hosts over 37 Festivals through the Year.