botany place

Sleeps 4 From £198 per night

Overview

A generous two-bedroom apartment within a grand golden-hued townhouse in Bath. Botany Place is ideal for couples who like their space, families of four or a small group of friends seeking a city escape with style and character. Nestled in between the renowned Royal Crescent and the Circus, Botany Place’s quintessential location is the perfect base for exploring everything this small ancient city and its cobbled regency streets have to offer.

First Floor

With high ceilings, original Georgian features and interiors inspired from the owner’s travels, this is a characterful space that feels just as stylish as it does inviting. Large sash windows flood the apartment with natural light and offer leafy treetop views, and there’s a strong theme of rattan throughout (there’s even a wicker palm tree). You can expect an earthy yet sophisticated palette of sage greens and rich reds balanced with creamy neutrals and walnut-hued wooden floors.

The living room has a velvet blue-ink sofa and a circular dining table with seating for up to four people. This is an open and inviting space, complete with woven wall hangings, aztec style rugs and terracotta trinkets. The kitchen has further counter top dining for two and everything you need for rustling up delicious dinners.

Inside the master bedroom you’ll find a marble feature fireplace and carefully curated interiors including a collection of botanical prints, a gold antique-style mirror and a Roberts radio. We love the rattan twin beds in the second bedroom – perfect for children and adults alike. There’s a family bathroom with a shower, kitted out with glossy forest green tiles, gold tap fittings and a scalloped marble sink.

Outside

There’s no private garden but you have access to the sun dappled shared garden courtyard.

Dogs

Dogs are not permitted at this property.

Features
  • Welcome Hamper
  • Wi-Fi
  • Family-Friendly
  • Washing Machine
  • Hair Dryer
  • Minimum 2 Night Stay
  • Bathroom Products
  • Coffee Machine
  • Smart TV
  • Travel Cot On Request

About Bath

The historic UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath, known for its golden-hued architecture and iconic Roman Baths, is nestled within the Avon Valley in the calm county of Somerset. The little sister to Bristol, Bath offers the best of both worlds; with all the riches of a cultural city break on a backdrop of bucolic beauty.

From independent arthouse cinemas, bustling restaurants and cafes, to National Trust meadows, meandering waterways and ancient woodland, there’s plenty to get out of bed for.

How to get there

The nearest train station is Bath Spa at just a short 5 minute taxi ride away. With direct trains from London taking just over an hour, this property is ideal for those seeking a long weekend escape.

You won’t need a car to explore. Make the most of meandering the cobbled streets and soaking up the rows of Regency buildings by foot.

Parking

There’s no private parking at this property but plenty of paid roadside parking available.

Check-In & Check-Out

Please note that check-in is from 4pm and check-out is by 10am.

Food & Drink

The Circus A bustling family run restaurant with a modern European, seasonally changing menu.
Olive Tree The only Michelin Star restaurant in Bath, perfect for a special occasion.
OAK A plant based grocer and restaurant with sustainably grown produce, small plates and natural wine.
Beckford Bottle Shop An atmospheric bistro and shop, serving wine by the glass alongside plates of cheese, charcuterie and selection of British small plates
The Beckford Canteen A new restaurant from the owners of the bottle shop above, and not to be missed.
Walcot House Inside an old bakery and a firm favourite for Sunday lunches.

Things To Do

– Catch a film in style at one of the charming independent cinemas. The Little Theatre or The Tivoli are our favourites.
– Browse one of the treasured independent book shops and immerse yourself in the strong literary tradition of the city.
– Of course, no trip to Bath would be complete without a tour of the Roman Baths.
– Both wild swimming in the River Avon or paddleboarding along the Kennet and Avon Canal are popular in the summer months.
– Enjoy a picnic with a view at Royal Victoria Park or Royal Crescent Park or venture out of town to the National Trust’s Prior Park.

Features
  • Welcome Hamper
  • Wi-Fi
  • Family-Friendly
  • Washing Machine
  • Hair Dryer
  • Minimum 2 Night Stay
  • Bathroom Products
  • Coffee Machine
  • Smart TV
  • Travel Cot On Request
Features
  • Welcome Hamper
  • Wi-Fi
  • Family-Friendly
  • Washing Machine
  • Hair Dryer
  • Minimum 2 Night Stay
  • Bathroom Products
  • Coffee Machine
  • Smart TV
  • Travel Cot On Request

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