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Devonshire House
143 Wellsway
Bath
Bath

BA2 4RZ | View map
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Lovely Victorian house, built in 1880. Breakfast in our dining room originally a Victorian grocer's shop, on fresh fruit salad, smoked fish or traditional fare. Special diets by arrangement.
The bedrooms are individually decorated and very well appointed all with en-suite facilities, chocolate, tea and coffee trays, colour television and full central heating.
Relax in our Victorian sitting room to recharge your batteries and plan your next excursion around the beautiful city of Bath.
We are a 100% non-smoking house. We can also offer you secure parking in our walled courtyard, the city of Bath being only 12 minutes walk away.
Self-catering cottage also available.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Room:

Double: £55 - £75
Twin: £55 - £75 - Triple room: £75 - £90
Single: £38 - £55
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Children Welcome - over 6
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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