Georgian Bath Accommodation for Hen Groups

Hen Party Accommodation in Bath : Where to stay

Posted 21st July 2017 by Bath Hen

Bath, as you would expect, has a great deal of accommodation on offer. This ranges from the Bath Youth Hostel and YMCA right up to world-class luxury hotels.

Hen Party Weekend Bath

Self Catering Georgian Townhouse

The majority of well researched Hens choosing Bath as their hen party destination choose a self catering option. Imagine your own beautiful Georgian residence situated in the historic streets of Bath? With all the wonderful architecture and sights a short Jane Austen stroll away!

Below are our favourites from www.bathboutiquestays.co.uk. They provide the best Georgian accommodation for the majority of Hen groups choosing Bath as their hen destination. All their properties are very central (5/10 mins walk to the Thermae spa and boutique shops) and very close to Bath train station. (Park permit is also included!) They are all furnished in a contemporary style to ensure a magical weekend. They also all stock wonderful Cowshed products www.cowshedonline.com for use during your stay to relax you to the fullest!

Mr. Darcy’s Abode – A luxurious boutique Georgian 5 storey townhouse available from Spring 2017 bookings (sleeps 18+).
1 Park View – A central, contemporary styled four bedroom period townhouse that sleeps 12.
Gravitas House – Stylish Georgian period house in a central location sleeping up to 15.
1 Hot Bath Street – Chic Georgian residence in a central location sleeping up to 13.

Reserve your Bath Georgian home from home now and enter BBS£50 for special discount at checkout!

Bath Townhouse Luxury Holiday Rental

 

Another self catering option you may want to consider…

Farm Stay UK – Rural properties near Bath.

Bed and Breakfasts

Most of these are listed in the very comprehensive Bed and Breakfast in Bath website. There are some truly excellent upmarket places to stay, such as Paradise House and Apsley House, as well as comfortable but more affordable B & B’s such as Dene Villa and Astor House.

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Hotels

There is a huge choice. A small selection follows in rough order of price:

St Christopher’s Bath – More a backbacker’s hostel than a hotel, but VERY central
Travelodge Bath Central – Next door to Wagamama
Travelodge Bath Waterside – Has parking, and within walking distance of the city centre
Halcyon Hotel – Popular and very central boutique hotel 5 minutes walk from the station
Holiday Inn Express Bath – Has parking, but a 10 minute walk into town
Combe Grove – Hotel, restaurant, spa and club. A short taxi ride from Bath
Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel – A few miles outside the City

Francis Hotel Bath – Big hotel on Queen Square Bath
Abbey Hotel – Independently owned Abbey Hotel in the heart of Bath
Hilton Bath City – 156 room central hotel built over a car park
Macdonald Bath Spa – Posh hotel (you can have your own butler) set in its own grounds
Royal Crescent Hotel – World class hotel in an incredible location