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The Kennard is one of Bath's finest bed and breakfasts. The property dates from 1794 - it was built as a lodging house for visitors to Bath when the city was in its heyday as a fashionable Georgian resort. Furnishings such as chandeliers and gilt mirrors maintain the elegant Georgian style of the townhouse. The dozen individual bedrooms, which range from attractive singles sharing a bathroom to fairly palatial superior doubles, are traditionally decorated. Breakfasts are nothing short of excellent, and the location, on a quiet residential street five minutes' stroll from the city centre, is hard to beat.



This B&B is situated on a charming, low-traffic street, very close to the city centre - about as good as it gets in Bath. Just 100 yards away lies the magnificent Great Pulteney Street, Bath's grandest Georgian thoroughfare. Additionally, the nearby Henrietta Park is adorned with magnificent old trees.

Located just a five-minute walk, via the famous Pulteney Bridge, to the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey and about ten minutes on foot to the train station.

By car: around 45 minutes from Bristol, 2 hours 30 minutes from London and 3 hours 30 minutes from Manchester.

By train: there are direct services to Bath Spa from Bristol Temple Meads (11 minutes), Cardiff Central (1 hour 5 minutes) and London Paddington (1 hour 15 minutes). The hotel is around a 10-minute walk from Bath Spa station. Book trains to Bath Spa.

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Setting the tone, the hallway is painted in a deep blue hue and adorned with striking photographic prints showcasing the city's architectural landmarks. Interiors here are sophisticated and refined, where furnishings like chandeliers and gilt mirrors harmonise with the Georgian heritage of the townhouse.


You'll be warmly welcomed by Priya and Ajay Chathley, the owners hailing from South Africa and residing just two doors down the street. Delivering exceptional service at every opportunity, engaging in conversations during breakfast and assisting with dinner reservations, among other thoughtful gestures. For those checking in past 7 pm, access will be via a provided code.

  • Breakfast included
  • Honesty bar
  • Garden
  • Library
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Big sash windows suffuse most of the individually decorated rooms with plenty of light, which are dressed in pretty fabrics, wallpaper schemes and decent reproduction furniture. There are showers only in the bathrooms, which can be on the small side, with the basin sometimes in the bedroom.

Room types: Standard Double, Snug Double, Superior Double, Twin Room, Triple, Single Room with shared bathroom

Key amenities: bathrobes, TV, homemade biscuits, tea and coffee-making facilities, free Wi-Fi


There's a tempting buffet with freshly squeezed orange juice and homemade granola on offer. The big choice of cooked dishes includes omelettes, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, all taken at a table adorned in an ironed white tablecloth in the basement. We selected the Eggs Benedict with bacon served on muffins and were very happy with our choice.

Breakfast: buffet and cooked options, using very local produce. Served Mon-Fri 8-9.30am, Sat & Sun 8-10am. All options included in room rate.

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