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Carfax Hotel
13-15 Great Pulteney Street
Bath
Bath

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Three Georgian Town Houses in Bath's famous Great Pulteney St, with car park, lifts, restaurant and affordable prices. Centrally located, Carfax is an ideal base from which to work or explore one of Europe's oldest and finest cities. Carfax unites three Georgian town houses and retains many of their original features. Centrally located in the beautiful roman city of Bath, The Carfax has just 31 uniquely furnished and individually heated rooms, all of which are en-suite with either a bath or shower, or more often both.

All rates include full English breakfast and a continental buffet.
There is also a computer for public use in the hotel lounge, which is free of charge. Parking is on a limited first-come-first-served basis (see hotel's own policy).

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