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Chestnuts House
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Chestnuts House, 16 HENRIETTA ROAD BA2 6LY

Description: Chestnuts House is a fine detached Edwardian House with an enclosed garden and private off street parking. It is ideally situated off the main roads and adjacent to Henrietta Park but within a few minutes level walk of the city centre with its many attractions restaurants and excellent shopping centre. The House is built of natural stone and has five excellent guest rooms some with king size and wrought iron beds. Warm contemporary and attractive decorations have provided beautifully furnished spacious and comfortable en-suite rooms. All rooms are equipped with flat screen colour televisions DVD players radioalarm clocks free WiFi broadband Internet connection hairdryers and refreshment trays. Owners Toni and Dawn have created a splendid and delightful bed and breakfast with superb hospitality in a romantic and relaxing atmosphere all the necessary ingredients for making your stay in Bath a truly memorable experience. Chestnuts House has been awarded with the AA Breakfast AA Highly Recommended and Visit Britain four star silver awards and has also been voted as the Trip Advisor 2007 and 2008 Choice.

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Location and Directions: Directions from the M4 Junction 18Leave the M4 junction 18 onto the A46 following signs for Bath On entering Bath you will pass under a flyover at the roundabout take a right onto A4 (London road) into Bath Continue on the A4 for about mile and half passing through a number of pedastrian lights At the next set of major lights turn left following signs for A36 Warminster Cross over Cleveland bridge you will pass fire station on your left and immediately take the next right The Chestnuts House is 50m on your left Directions from the train stationFrom train station head north along Manvers St. At the traffic lights cross over to the Parade Gardens and proceed along the Grand Parade Turn right over Pulteney bridge At Laura Place Fountain take the left turning onto Henrietta St Continue passed Henrietta Park (on your right hand side) Chestnuts House is 50m on your right Directions from the A36 from Stonehenge Salisbury and WarminsterOn entering the city suburbs and at the first set of lights follow the signs for A4 Chippenham (ignore city centre). At the next set of lights (Crown Inn junction) turn right on to Bathwick Street After approximately 100yds (2nd turning on left) Turn left into Henrietta Road Chestnuts House is 50m on your left Directions from the A39 Glastonbury Wells and the South West Entering the city either via the A367 Exeter A39 Wells or A4 Bristol. Follow the signs for A36 Warminster which takes you round the right side of the city. (If arriving from Bristol as you approach the city the A36 is straight ahead at the first set of lights. Do not go left to A4 city centre!!) Just keep on following the signs for A36 (Warminster) for approxaimately 2 miles the river will now always be on your left Turn left at the large roundabout (normally has a floral display) near a church and the County Hotel At the next junction turn left onto Pulteney Street Continue for 100m and At Laura Place fountain turn right onto Henrietta Street Continue on passed Henrietta Park (on your right hand side) Chestnuts House is 50m on your right
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