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3 Abbey Green, BA1 1NW
Three Abbey Green is a Four Star Gold Award guest house, hidden away in a quiet cobbled square in the heart of central Bath. A stone's throw from the Abbey and Roman Baths, everything you could wish to see is on your doorstep. A leisurely walk to the Royal Crescent and King's Circus takes in an eclectic mix of boutique, independent and big-name shops, street performers and stunning Georgian architecture along the way. And when you get there, don't forget to visit the Assembly Rooms - ladies, no visit would be complete without trying on a corset and crinoline at the Fashion Museum.
January to December
24 hr return laundry service
Accept children all ages
Business facilities (eg. Fax/ modem)
Cater for vegetarians
Central heating throughout
Colour television in all bedrooms
Electric shaver point
Film or TV location
Four poster beds available
Ground Floor Bedrooms Available
Hairdryer in all bedrooms
In town/city centre
Marketed as green/environmentally friendly
Non smoking establishment
Non smoking rooms available
Of historic, literary or architectural interest
Tea & coffee making facilities in all bedrooms
Three Abbey Green
3 Abbey GreenBathBA1 1NWUnited Kingdom
T: (0) 1225 428558
F: (0) 1225 316669
Three Abbey Green
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