Holiday Let Apartment
Art-Filled Contemporary split-level Maisonette located in a Grade II listed building at the centre of Bath's trendy Artisan Quarter. The 2 beds 1.5 baths generous apartment of 90 sqm offers a calming and comfortable space, whilst within steps of culture gemstones that the World Heritage City of Bath is known for.
The Walcot area is the essence of alternative life in the city, it brings together a vibrant, eclectic collection of characterful independents offering everything from vintage clothes to designer homeware, quirky artwork to delicious food.
On-street parking permit available.
1 King Size bed
1.5m UK king size bed with Emma* mattress in the master bedroom. Lovely views over historic church.
Approx. 20 sqm.
Fibre-optic broadband with an average download speed of 35 Mbps
2 Twin Beds
Two 90cm wide twin beds in the second bedroom that can be pushed together. Quiet room facing the valley. Approx. 10 sqm.
24/7 Property Manager
Local manager on-standby in case of any issues you have during your stay.
Fully Equipped Kitchen
With microwave, kettle, toaster, coffee machine, oven & dishwasher.
A breakfast bar with lovely views over greenfield. Approx. 16 sqm.
Less Plastic Waste
We use refillable household cleaning products and bathroom products to save plastic waste.
Nest controlled heating
Iron & Iron board
Bed linen & towels
First Aid Kit
For the interior concept, we drew inspirations from the building itself and the surrounding neighbourhood. Situated above a vintage clothes shop and neighbour to several small art galleries, we imagined this would be the home of a well-travelled Curator. A person that loves vintage furnishing as well as modern pieces.
We commissioned bespoke art pieces that would complement the interiors of the apartment, aiming to achieve an authentic aesthetics that is cosy and personal, more “home” than “hotel”.
The Curator's Apartment is located next to, and has lovely views over St Swithin's Church which was built between 1777 and 1790.
The church stands on the site of a previous place of worship dating back to the 10th century, the remains of which are beneath the crypt.
The famous novelist Jane Austen's parents were married at St Swithin's on 26 April 1764 and her father George Austen is buried there.