About Abbey Rectory B&B in Bath
Built in the early 19th century as a detached coach & stable block. It was extended and converted into a family house during the late 1970’s and served as the Rectory for Bath Abbey up to 2004.
The Abbey Rectory was subsequently refurbished & significantly upgraded to provide a high quality detached residence, which tilts respectively at its historic roots & use.
The bedrooms are situated on the first floor. Each room has its own En-suite and is individually furnished.
The edge of centre location makes it well placed for the historic city centre attractions, shopping, restaurants, cafes, bars and nightlife. It also provides good access to the rural green areas which immediately surround Bath.
For those who prefer their wheels, the city centre is two minutes drive with parking available around the city. Taxis are plentiful & frequent bus services operate into the city (see the Contact page for more info).
The Kennet & Avon canal is a 5 min field walk and offers an alternative rural walk or cycle along the tow path, westward into the city, or eastward into the village of Bathampton (just 0.25 miles away), or more rural Avoncliffe (viaduct/aqueduct), Bradford On Avon (5 miles), & beyond.
Parking is free at the Abbey Rectory.