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No 1 Royal Crescent, Bath, Bath

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Discover what life was like for the wealthy residents of No 1 Royal Crescent, Bath and their servants in this historic house museum. Walk within one of the greatest examples Georgian architecture to be found anywhere and explore its ten historically furnished rooms. Wander through the luxurious parlor, gentlemen’s retreat, and withdrawing room. See how the house was kept running in the servants’ hall and kitchen. Visit the exhibition gallery and information room to learn more about the residents of No.1 Royal Crescent and how the house was restored. Members of staff are on-hand to answer any questions. Using our international travel planner, Bath attractions like No 1 Royal Crescent, Bath can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • My wife and I visited this attraction and from the start we were most impressed with the incredibly helpful and knowledgable staff available in every room to explain how it was used and by who, comple...  more »
  • This is a restored Georgian town-house museum with most of the rooms furnished to represent life in 18th century Bath. Displaying authentic room sets, furniture, pictures and other items illustrating ...  more »
  • This beautiful house is presented in the condition of a living Georgian home. Interiors are interesting and the upstairs downstairs lifestyle of owner and staff is shown clearly. Only disappointment w...  more »
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  • One of the most beautiful and iconic buildings in the UK. Visit No. 1 Royal Crescent for a view of life in the Crescent in years gone by or just enjoy the view! Did you know the telephone box at the corner of the Crescent is painted grey, not red? This allows it to be easily edited out of historic pictures and movies! The best place to take a picture of the whole crescent is by the tree at the corner of the Crescent and Marlborough Buildings.
  • I had a walk down there while spent my day in Bath. Luckily there is a big park in front of it, to have a seat and rest, further from crowded streets. Good view to the building, can take some nice pics.
  • Pretty spectacular view from the field. Unfortunately they were doing some construction on part of the building but otherwise a great and unique place to visit!
  • Georgian architecture at its best! Great example of these Grade I listed terraced buildings.
  • Beautiful Palace and gardens , massive complex , good place for calm relaxing day out .

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A quintessential British town filled with quaint teashops and riverside promenades, Bath is packed with a variety of hotels suitable for a range of travel budgets. For a leisurely experience of this ancient spa destination, consider staying at a stylish B&B, where you can enjoy a private room and a hearty breakfast. To enjoy that feel of home-away-from-home and indulge in some "me" time at an ultimate urban retreat, book your rooms at one of Bath's many spa hotels. These luxury hotels offer top spa and fitness facilities, many of which are open to guests not staying at the hotel as well.
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