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Windsor Guest House
69 Great Pulteney Street

BA2 4DL | View map

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Located in historic Bath, The Windsor occupies a Grade 1 listed building on one of the finest boulevards in Europe. We're just two minutes' walk from the centre, an ideal base to explore this World Heritage Site. Visit the Roman Baths, relax in the Thermae Bath Spa or discover the streets walked by Jane Austen. Bath's shops and restaurants are just a quick walk away.

The Windsor has 13 beautiful bedrooms, each individually decorated and furnished to a high standard. We have four poster, double and single rooms, and all are en-suite and feature colour TV with Freeview, direct dial telephone, in-room safe, hospitality tray, ironing board, hairdryer, shaver point, air conditioning and broadband internet.

A delicious continental breakfast is included in the price of your room with freshly squeezed juices, cereals, yoghurt, toast and jam, tea and fresh ground coffee. Cooked breakfasts, including Full-English, kippers and omelettes, are available on request for a supplementary charge. On-street parking is also available.


Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10
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