The Garden Room

Looking out over our garden, is a spacious downstairs Double En Suite combining Bedroom and Sitting Room. With a King size Double Bed, a Sofa, another Sofa which can also be a bed, and traditional furniture, the room is really comfy. The accommodation is suitable for either a couple, three adults, or  two adults and up to two children.

Tariff: £70 – £110 (Two people Sharing) £25 per additional adult, £20 per child 3 yrs to 15 yrs, £5 for use of Cot.

Size: 13’ x 17’ (4m x 5.1m) ; Bathroom 8’ x 6.5’ (2.4m x 2m)

The Bathroom has both a Bath and Shower.

Popular with guests is the side entrance, allowing access directly into the room from outside.

All our rooms are Centrally Heated and are Classically Furnished to ensure your relaxing stay. Each room has a Colour TV with DVD Player, Radio, Alarm Clock and, of course, a Hair Dryer. You can make yourselves limitless cups of Tea or Coffee from the selection provided. There are plenty of books and publications with Information on what to do and see in and around Bath. Our Tariffs include Continental Breakfasts.

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Weston Lawn, Lucklands Road, Weston, Bath, BA1 4AY

From the North – M4 Motorway Junction 18.

1.Go South on the A46 to Pennsylvania and turn right at the roundabout onto the A420 signposted Bristol. Turn left after about 1 mile at theTog Hill staggered crossroads signposted Lansdown.

2.After approx. 1 mile you have to stop at a ‘T’ Junction. Go left / straight ahead up the hill onto Lansdown, past the racecourse and the Blathwayt pub and take the first right, Lansdown Lane, usually signposted Weston. At the bottom of the hill turn left at the roundabout onto Weston High Street. Turn left again immediately after the pedestrian crossing into the one way street.

3.Go past the shops and straight ahead at the end up Crown Hill past the war memorial. At the top of the hill turn left into Lucklands road,opposite the Old Crown pub. Weston Lawn is the third house on the left.

From the West – A4 Bristol

1.From the Globe roundabout take the dual carriageway (A4) to Bath and filter lerft just before the traffic lights, across Newbridge over the River Avon.

2.Turn left at the crossroads, with Industrial Estate to the right, signposted Royal United Hospital and Weston. At the top of this steep hill turn sharply left. Turn first right into Penn Hill Road and at the T junction at the end turn left. Turn immediately right just before pedestrian crossing into the one way Weston High Street.

3.Follow “3” above “From the North”.

From the East – A4 Chippenham

1.Having passed the A46 roundabout and underpass intersection, you come to main traffic lights signposted Salisbury and Exeter to the left. Keep to the right hand lane and go straight ahead sign posted to the hospital.

2.Go straight across the mini roundabout (2nd exit) and after 200 yards turn right at traffic lights signposted Lansdown. Take the third left at crossroads after 150 yards, nasty turning, into Julian Road. Pass Victoria Park on your left and the Golf course on your right. Cross the mini roundabout at the end of the park into Weston Road.

3.After 150 yards you pass the Priory Bath Hotel on the left and the road goes round to the right, then turn immediately left into Weston Park, signposted Weston Village. After 200 yards the Old Crown Pub is on your left opposite which you turn right into Lucklands Road. Weston Lawn is the third house on the left.

From the South – A36 Salisbury.

1.Enter Bath on the A36 Warminster Road and turn right at traffic lights at the bottom signposted M4. Cross Cleveland Bridge over the River Avon and filter left at traffic lights signposted hospital.

2.Follow “2” above “From the East”.

From the South – A367 Radstock.

1.Enter Bath at the end of A367 by railway viaduct roundabout. Take 3rd exit, signposted M4 and follow this Bath city perimeter road until you cross the River Avon at Cleveland Bridge. Just over the bridge filter left at the main traffic lights signposted to the hospital (turning right takes you onto the M4)

2.Follow “2” above, “From the East”