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St James Street, Bath

A handsome Grade 2 listed Georgian townhouse, adjoining the magnificent St James Square, one of Bath’s most prestigious addresses.

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Open plan kitchen/dining on ground floor. 1st floor offers a wonderful living space, with a double aspect Drawing and Withdrawing room. The 2nd floor master has a large ensuite bathroom with walk in shower and freestanding bath. The 3rd floor has a Super King (or twin) bedroom and a double bedroom, both served by a large family bathroom with walk in shower and a roll top bath. A beautiful patio garden at the back allows alfresco dining.

Built in 1790 by John Palmer. A beautiful newly renovated Georgian townhouse, with St James Garden Square viewed from the front of the house. There is an abundance of parks a 2 minute walk from the house, including the Royal Victoria Park and the Botanical Gardens. Next door is one of the best deli’s in Bath, and at the end of the street, is St James Wine Vaults, one of the tiniest pubs in Bath. The house is a 10 minute walk into the City Centre. Parking is available at extra cost.

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Property Details

Sleeps: 6

Beds : 3

(option to have 4)

Bathrooms: 2.5

Parking: Optional


  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Coffee Maker
  • Hob
  • Oven
  • Iron and Ironing Board
  • Fridge Freezer
  • Air conditioning on top floor
  • Fan on 2nd Floor
  • Smart TV’s in every bedroom and Drawing Room
  • Blackout curtains in bedrooms
  • Wifi
  • DAB internet radio & CD player


Mon – Fri Stay, (3 night min) | £199pn
Fri – Sun Stay, (2 night min) | £312pn
Half Term Stay, Mon – Fri mid week (4 night min) | £272pn
Half Term & Bank Holiday Stay, Fri -Sun | £320pn
Easter Stay, (4 night min) | £310pn
New Year Stay & Xmas, (3 night min) | £432pn

Discounts for longer stays, Pse enquire

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Local Area

The CHEQUERS, a recently restored and excellent gastro pub serving food on 2 floors and outside seating.

MARLBOROUGH TAVERN, just around the corner from the Royal Crescent. A good bistro pub.

HENRY’S, a relaxed bistro restaurant in a pretty pedestrianised lane. Feted by Jay Rayner in the Guardian. Dishes are varied and include interesting vegetarian options.

THE BECKFORD BOTTLE SHOP, a fantastic wine experience and very interesting and eclectic small plates sharing menu, situated on Saville Row.

Visit the ROMAN BATHS, one of the finest historic sites in Europe.

Relax at the THERMAE BATH SPA, a combination of the historic spa, housed in a contemporary building, opened for the millennium.

Discover the magic of BATH CHRISTMAS MARKETS (24 November to 11 December 2022). The picturesque streets of Bath are transformed into a plethora of food, drink and every kind of stall imaginable. A great place to shop for Christmas!

Bath has a wide selection of notable MUSEUMS, including the HERSCHEL MUSEUM at 19 New Street; the MUSEUM OF BATH ARCHITECTURE in the Vineyards; the AMERICAN MUSEUM; BECKFORDS TOWER; the MUSEUM OF FASHION on Saville Row to name a few.

JANE AUSTEN CENTRE is a real homage to Jane Austin and her life in Georgian times.Costumed guides take you on your ‘journey’.

Visit BATH ABBEY and climb the 212 steps of the TOWER and enjoy a panoramic view of the city and you also get to see famous bells.

ROYAL CRESCENT, is a two minute stroll from the house, and is the pre-eminent architecture in Bath consists of 30 grand terraces laid out in a 150 metre crescent. No.1 houses a museum showcasing fashionable life in Georgian Britain. A popular location for many films and period drama’s, think Downton Abbey!

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