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Sir Walter Elliot's House
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Sir Walter Elliot's House

95 Sydney Place, Bath, Somerset, BA2 6NE, United Kingdom

Phone Number 00441225469435 Email Addressvisitus@sirwalterelliotshouse.co.uk Websitehttp://www.sirwalterelliotshouse.co.uk

Policies

  • Check in: 17:00 till 21:30
  • Early check-in available on request
  • Check out: 10:30
  • Late check-out available on request
  • Child Policy: Adults preferred
  • Smoking Policy: No smoking
  • Pets: No pets

Directions

  • Train from Bath Spa Station (0.9 miles)
    There is a level 15 minute walk from the station over the River Avon along North Parade, or if you have too much luggage or it threatens to rain - why not get a 6 minute taxi ride?
  • Air from Bristol Airport (19.0 miles)
    Allow 50 minute taxi ride, or take the big green Airbus which departs every half hour for Bath Spa Station. During the day this take between 70 and 85 minutes, but earlier or later it is often only 45 -50 minutes
  • Road from Motorway M4 (10.0 miles)
    Leave the M4 Junction 18, drive south down A46 towards Bath. After about 7.5 miles at large roundabout, turn right along the A4 into Bath. Continue past the turning into Morrisons supermarket, at next major traffic lights turn left (as if for A36 Warminster) and cross the River Avon. Drive past Fire + Ambulance Stations and after 500 yards turn right at the next traffic lights. Keep the park and museum to your left, at pedestrian lights after museum turn left to end of terrace on right.
  • Coach from Bath Coach Station (0.9 miles)
    There is a level 15 minute walk from the station over the River Avon along North Parade, or if you have too much luggage or it threatens to rain - why not get a 6 minute taxi ride from in front of the rail station - or a 6 minute ride on the No 18 bus from Dorchester Street - opposite the Coach Station and ask for The Holburne Museum at the end of Great Pulteney Street Sir Walter Elliots House - No 95 Sydney Place - is near end of terrace to right of the museum, just before the post box

 
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