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Accommodations within walking distance of the Roman Baths

sandy, utah
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Accommodations within walking distance of the Roman Baths

We'll be in Bath for one night on Wed. May 9th. I'd like to rent two quiet, reasonably priced rooms that includes breakfast for our family of four, preferably each room with two twin beds, within walking distance of the Roman Baths and offering free parking until we're ready to leave the area the next afternoon. Do you know of any places that meet all/most of those criterias?

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1. Re: Accommodations within walking distance of the Roman Baths

There's a few B&B's on Newbridge Road and Newbridge Hill, and also in the Oldfield Park area of town, that will meet your requirements.

Don't know any of their names though, so best to check with the local Bath tourist office.

Easily found on www.google.com

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2. Re: Accommodations within walking distance of the Roman Baths

The Villa Magdala, in Henrietta Street, is just 6 minutes walk from the Roman Baths and has a good parking area as part of the B&B.

The breakfasts are included in the room rate and are very good. Stayed there in October last year and was very happy with the accomodation and location. It has very good ratings on TA.

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