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Milsoms Hotel
24 Milsom Street
Bath
Bath

BA1 1DG | View map
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Milsoms hotel is set in a landmark Grade II listed building in the heart of the historic city of Bath. The property has been sympathetically restored to offer superb value, high quality accommodation above the much-loved Loch Fyne Restaurant.
As one of the city's most stylish small hotels, Milsoms combines the elegant beauty of Bath architecture with contemporary design. All nine light and airy bedrooms are en-suite with a fresh and modern feel - the original high ceilings adding to the sense of drama and space. All rooms feature TV, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities.
Bath is a spectacularly beautiful city that stands on the River Avon among the hills of England's West Country. The city's compactness and striking architecture - Roman baths and sweeping Georgian terraces - combine to produce one of the most elegant sights in Europe.

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