Queen Charlottes Orangery

93A Sydney Place Bath, BA2 6NE

The Orangery was the 1817 home of Queen Charlotte. It has a rich history, with wonderful rooms around an Italianate courtyard garden - all the luxury of a 5-star hotel, but with a personal touch. (42379)

Hotel Facilities

Tour Desk Meeting Rooms Coffee / Tea Maker TV Garden Free Parking

Additional information

Minimum room rate: £98 GBP
Earliest check in time: 14:00
Latest checkout time: 11:00

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A very central location makes the Queen Charlottes Orangery Bed & Breakfast Bath one of the more favorably located hotels in Bath. It is directly adjacent to Sydney Gardens, and within easy walking distance of the Holburne Museum of Art and Henrietta Park. The famous Pulteney Bridge is nearby as well. The famous Roman Baths, Bath Abbey Theater Royal, Podium Shopping Center, Jane Austen Center, Bath Assembly Rooms, and the Circus are all within a mile of the hotel too. The Queen Charlottes Orangery Bed & Breakfast Bath is located at 93A Sydney Place and is only one mile from the Bath Spa railway station.

The guest rooms within the Queen Charlottes Orangery Bed & Breakfast Bath provide visitors with remarkably opulent d├ęcor and furnishings, luxury linens and bedding, beverage stations, private bathrooms, TV service, high-speed Internet access, and some offer stunning views.

Once the home of Jane Austen during the period that the property belonged to Queen Charlotte, the Queen Charlottes Orangery Bed & Breakfast Bath has been lovingly converted to accommodate modern guests. It offers gorgeous gardens, meeting rooms, free daily breakfast service, a rotunda, parking on the premises, sitting room, tour desk, and more.