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Oldfields
102 Wells Road
Bath
Bath

BA2 3AL | View map
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AA Four Star highly commended. Oldfields is an elegant and traditional Bed & Breakfast, superbly located just 10 minutes walk from Bath City centre with magnificent panoramic views over Bath and private parking. Built in Victorian times of honey coloured bath stone, the interior of the house still boasts a wealth of original features. Beautiful decor and sumptuous furnishings compliment the ornate cornices and Victorian fireplaces. Superior en suite rooms are all individually designed and offer every comfort for your stay. The Luxury Four Poster Jacobean and Queen Anne rooms with Jacuzzi Bath are truly romantic, an ideal choice for that special occasion. There are splendid panoramic views of the City from both the Drawing Room and Dining Room, where a delicious full English Breakfast with fresh fruits and vegetarian options is served. Oldfields is a privately owned hotel where a warm welcome awaits and the highest standard of personal service is offered. The hotel is non-smoking and welcomes children. We do require a two night stay over the weekend if your stay includes a Saturday night. Please note we are a non-smoking establishment.

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Number of Rooms: 16
Number Ensuite: 16

Price per Room:

Double: £65 - £135 (standard); £75 - £160 (superior)
Single: £49 - £115
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