Queen Charlotte's Orangery
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The Orangery, 93a Sydney Place, Bath, Somerset, BA2 6NE, UK
Telephone: +44 (0)1225 427373
(Mobile/Cell: +44 (0)7813 833601 / +44 (0)7973 414852)
Welcome to Queen Charlotte's Orangery, Bath
A unique bed and breakfast in a wonderful Italianate garden setting. Although quite small it is one of the finest guest houses in Bath. The World Heritage Site of Bath being one of the loveliest cities in the world. First time visitors are astounded by its beauty.
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For those staying in the City to enjoy the sights, the ideal solution to where to stay is to find a place in keeping with the Jane Austen legacy, 8 minutes walk from the centre but away from the noise and bustle of the shops. Where better then after a round of sightseeing than the very street Jane Austen herself resided when she lived in Bath, where better than the Orangery of the house that Queen Charlotte stayed when she lived in Bath in 1817, where better than Queen Charlotte's Orangery where the house rubs shoulders with the Holbourne Museum and the University Campus
1870 engraving of Jane Austen, based on a portrait drawn by her sister Cassandra.
The Orangery has three guest rooms.Back to Menu
The Charlotte Junior Suite
The Charlotte Suite is an ensuite double/triple room. This room has very large silver leaf bed, a lounge area, an ensuite shower/toilet and views to the garden. The perfect "First Night" accommodation for the newlywed, ask about our romantic special champagne and candlelit surprise
The Amelia Room
The Amelia Room is a double or twin room with ensuite shower/toilet and a view to the garden.Back to Menu
The Sophia Room
The Sophia Room has a double king-size four poster bed and ensuite bath and shower/toilet.
All rooms have Sky TV and movie channels, robes and courtesy trays.Back to Menu
The Orangery has a fascinating history that dates back almost 2 centuries. It was once part of the home for a period, of Queen Charlotte, the wife of George III, when she took up residence for a year in 1817 at 93 Sydney Place. The Orangery is set in a delightful Italianate garden.
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The owners although newcomers to Bath, are not strangers to entertaining guests. Denise and Greg have been in London Richmond at Doughty Cottage for twelve years and have won many top awards.
Breakfast is served in THE ORANGERY rotunda atrium or the garden.
Over night parking is free in the area. Daytime voucher parking available.Back to Menu
All reservations are subject to the following cancellation policy
Reservations cancelled up to 5 days before date of arrival, only the first night will be charged.
Reservations cancelled less than 5 days before date of arrival, or in case of 'no-show', the total price of the reservation will be charged.Back to Menu
How to find us:
We are located 11 miles south of junction 18 on the M4 motorway providing easy access from Swindon, Bristol, South Wales and London.
As you are entering on the main A4 road into Bath watch out for the traffic lights after 'Morrisons' super market, which lies back off the road but which is sign posted, shortly after this, turn left in to CLEVELAND PLACE and over the bridge into BATHWICK STREET passing the fire brigade station on your left (don't take the next right this is a minor road, and ignore the next 2 roads on your right Henrietta Street and Daniel street) carry on ahead and bear right at the traffic lights keeping the HOLBORNE MUSEUM on your left then turn left after 100 metres into SYDNEY PLACE and then take the next turning on the right where it says SIDNEY MEWS followed by an arrow. 50 yards along the mews you will find the door to the The Orangery which is the walled building the right hand side.Back to Menu
Park outside where it says permit holders and knock to sort our your parking.
We are less than a mile from Bath Spa station which is on the main line between London Paddington and Bristol Temple Meads. There are 2 trains per hour in each direction and journey time is approximately 90 minutes.
We are within easy driving distance of London's Heathrow and Gatwick International Airports. Heathrow can be reached via the M4 and Gatwick via the M25/M4. Both airports are also served by regular, fast train links, the 'Heathrow and Gatwick Expresses', to central London where you can connect with the regular trains to Bath Spa.