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Abbey Hotel
North Parade
Bath
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The Best Western Abbey Hotel is an elegant Georgian property built as part of the Grand Design in the 1740's. Comfortably furnished in traditional fashion its 60 bedrooms have both characteristic charm along with all the modern conveniences you would expect. Boasting one of the best locations in Bath the hotel, is the perfect base to explore the city and surrounding areas. Guided tours exploring the rest of bath, including, the royal crescent, circus and assembly rooms leave from outside the hotel every 10 minutes.

Bath spa train and coach stations are close by, and although the hotel does not have its own car park, local parking is located a short 5 minute walk away from the hotel at a cost of 12.00 per 24 hours.

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Nearest Train Station: Bath Spa
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Ratings/Awards: AA/ETC 3 Star
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Name: Number One North Parade
Cuisine: International/Brasserie
Chef: Laurent Dohollo

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