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Brocks Guest House

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Tea/coffee maker in all rooms

One of our top picks in Bath. Situated in the historic centre of Bath, between the Circus and Royal Crescent, this 4-star guest house offers free Wi-Fi and a free permit parking on the street. Brocks Guest House is less than a mile from Bath Spa Rail Station.

Bath is one of only 3 UN World Heritage Cities, and its history dates back to the Bronze Age. Now it is a beautiful Georgian spa city with numerous boutique shops, elegant restaurants, and popular bars.

Rooms are traditionally furnished, and some benefit from picturesque city views. Each has an en suite bathroom, and a TV for guests to enjoy.

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32 Brock Street was built in 1765 by the famous architect John Wood the Younger. This elegant Georgian Town House is steeped in history and has been home to many characters over the centuries, including Henry Osmond who in 1846 used it as a Wig makers & Perfumers shop. In 1864 Brocks had become a lodging house run by Mr. Guy Perry, and we know that in 1876 Brocks was owned by Charlotte Barry a Milliner by trade. 1895 would see Brocks return to a Lodging House, this time ran by Samuel Goding. It would have looked pretty much as we see it today. Brocks still retains the original Georgian kitchen fire downstairs, where Guy and Samuel would have had their cooks prepare meals for the guests upstairs. Brocks is a grade two listed building which has originial features including and an almost identical fire place and how it would have been used at 1A Royal Crescent Georgian kitchen museum. We do not have any lift facilities. Free central zone on the street Parking permit is available for you to enjoy your stay in Bath.

Brocks is conveniently located between the Royal Crescent and the kings Circle and also within 5 minutes walking distance of Bath Shopping centre, many lovely restaurants of all types, the Pump Rooms, the Abbey and Word heritage buildings of Bath. So, the car can be parked up with the free central zone parking permit and forgotten whilst the many facets of Bath are enjoyed.

Brock Street links the World heritage sites of The Royal Crescent and The Kings Circus. Many famous residents of Brock Street, The Circus and The Royal Crescent would have walked up and down past the house every day to go about their business, including the renowned artist Thomas Gainsborough. Joseph Wright, a distinguished artist is said to have lived at 30 Brock Street during 1775 to 1777. Frederick Handel’s private secretary John Christopher Smith, lived here at number 18 Brock Street and the prime minister in 1868 Benjamin Disraeli resided at number 8 Brock Street

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