Our Georgian self catering apartment is fully furnished with lovely period antiques and has a modern Kitchen and Bathroom.
Accommodation provides Double / Twin, Single Divan in the Large Bedroom, and a Sofa Bed in the equally large Living Room.
Overlooking Green Park, with free parking just outside, the quiet central location means you have a short walk to everything Bath has to offer.
- Central Bath location with all amenities and attractions within a short walk.
- Sleeps 1 to 4 in flexible accommodation.
- Free Car Parking Permit, allowing you to park in front of the terrace and in many locations in central Bath.
- Free Wi-Fi Internet throughout the apartment.
- Georgian luxury living with large rooms, fireplaces and retained features.
- Visit our testimonials to hear what our past visitors say.
About the Property
Green Park Apartment is a 2nd-floor apartment fitted with all the modern conveniences you would expect. Click on the rooms opposite for further details.
As a guest you will also have access to a parking permit for 1 car, and wi-fi internet access throughout the apartment.
Green Park Buildings were built as two separate terraces, East and West. They formed a triangle with the apex to the North, the park in between and the River Avon at the bottom. The construction was part of the westward expansion of Georgian Bath at the end of the 18th century.
The aspect of Green Park was altered with the coming of the railways, and Green Park Station, the terminus of the Somerset & Dorset Railway in the mid 19th century. The station was preserved after the closure of the railway in 1966 and now houses a supermarket, shops and cafes.
Tariffs & Availability
March to October, Christmas to New Year
2 Persons: £595 per week
3rd Person +£75, 4th Person +£50
November to February except Christmas to New Year
2 Persons: £495 per week
3rd Person +£50, 4th Person +£30
Minimum 2 day short break during High or Low Season.
2 Persons: £148 per night
3rd person +50, 4th Person +£30
Please contact us to make an enquiry.
Below are some of the many testimonials we receive from our guests.
“We really enjoyed the flat, beautifully appointed and comfortable”
“Great apartment, very local for all points of interest, very comfortable and everything at hand. Anytime we want to visit Bath again we won’t hesitate to contact you. Many thanks for a lovely stay.”
“Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We all slept soundly and found everything within easy reach”
“We had really good stay in this flat, it feels like home and everyone of my family enjoy it very much. Thank you!”
“Second time we are here and we love it! Amazing bicycle tour along the canal, extraordinary city and thank you very much.”
“We had a wonderful time in Bath and very comfortable stay in this flat, clean, elegant, very nice view and position. I will recommend for my family and friends.”
Please follow the directions below depending on what direction you are visiting from.
FROM THE NORTH
M4 Jnc 18, follow signs into Bath along the A46 / London Road A4. At traffic lights, turn left to the A36. At next set of traffic lights, fork right onto the A36 and follow the road all the way through Widcombe (this is the ring road) to the “roundabout” with the railway line passing overhead. Turn off (3rd exit) into Bath Centre over the river. Keep beside the river until you see Green Park on your left and turn left at the traffic light, then immediately left into Green park terrace. No 38 is the 3rd house down in the terrace.
FROM THE EAST
Follow the A4 into Bath along the London Road to the traffic lights. Turn left and follow directions under “North”.
FROM THE SOUTH
Down the A36 (Wells Way) to the roundabout at the bottom with the railway line passing over. Take the 2nd exit over the river and follow directions from there under “North”.
FROM THE WEST
Follow the A4 keeping straight on at the traffic lights at the end of the dual carriageway after the Globe roundabout. Continue along this road (Lower Bristol Road) straight across the large “Sainsbury’s” roundabout until you come to the roundabout meeting the A36 with the railway line passing over. Take the 1st exit over the river, then follow directions under “North”