The Admiral's House - Self-catering for groups in the heart of historic Bath
The rooms

1st floor back bedroomBack bedroom - The Pavillion

In the past this was the music room, constructed with an interestingly curved ceiling to improve the acoustics.

Recently renovated and fully furnished it now has a twin beds which are framed between two windows and a period marble fireplace. Visitors to this room can easily feel transported back to a more innocent age when melodious music wafted down from the domed ceiling.



This is a very relaxing room with period furniture and fittings including comfy leather chairs and a marble fireplace. A perfect setting for getting through the Sunday papers in peace!

You can feel quite the gentleman of the house, sitting in front of an open fire or at the writing desk. You can run your own household, or plan your next sea voyage.


sitting room Sitting room

This large, comfortable room stretches the entire width of the house. It has three generous sofas, a splendid antique coffee table and for your more modern requirements, a large TV with Sky multi-channel services.

The focal point is certainly the grand marble fireplace. The perfect place to have drinks with a party of friends or to unwind with someone special. The sitting room has four full length windows which look out over the attractive period houses for which Bath is so famous. Appropriately, grand sparkling chandeliers light up your evenings and add to the sense of history.

sitting room sitting room

"Thank you very much for a lovely weekend. Your house is absolutely superb, I couldn't have picked a better place to stay."Farzana, London (party of 10)

second kitchenBathroom 2

A bright bathroom with a luxuriously large bath. All the bathrooms in the house have limestone floors with basins, toilets and mirror showers.


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