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THE HIGHLIGHTS
A boutique retreat in the heart of a vibrant city, The Yard offers home-from-home comfort with a few added luxuries, from a delicious breakfast hamper to cocktails in the courtyard.

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THE LOCATION

Nestled in the heart of Bath, this hotel occupies a tranquil corner on Monmouth Street. Perfectly positioned, the city is at your fingertips, offering access to trendy coffee shops, delis showcasing local produce and myriad galleries and independent boutiques just waiting to be explored.

It's near The Circus and just a five-minute walk from the Royal Crescent, one of the city's most iconic architectural landmarks; the Roman Baths are a ten-minute stroll away.

By car: around 3 hours from London, 4 hours from Manchester and 35 minutes from Bristol. Parking costs £15 per day.

By train: London Paddington to Bath Spa station takes 1 hour 20 minutes. The station is a 10-minute walk (or 5-minute taxi ride) from the hotel. Book trains to Bath Spa.

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CHARACTER & STYLE

This former 18th-century inn now offers a modern and stylish retreat, blending contemporary design with historic charm. Discover understated chic interiors adorned with modern brass lighting, all set against a backdrop of soft pastel hues and traditional fabrics. The lovely indoor-outdoor courtyard is a captivating focal point.

THE FACILITIES

The Yard is stylish yet unpretentious, retaining the essence of the original inn. Its welcoming owners, Esther Newman and Ed Haskins, reside on site and are more than willing to provide recommendations for your stay. The elegant breakfast café transitions into a wine bar later in the day, all centred around the charming courtyard. Limited parking spaces are located directly opposite the hotel for an additional £15 per night.

  • Café
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Free Wi-Fi

ROOMS

Relax in subtle opulence and distinct styling, where kingsize beds blend traditional textiles from local artisans. Unique woollen throws by local weaver Katherine Fraser complement heritage elements, subdued tones and striking wallpapers sourced from Lewis & Wood in Stroud.

Room types: Cosy Room, Classic Room, Larger Room, Larger Room with Roof Terrace

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with REN toiletries, Nespresso machine, TV, Roberts Radio, free Wi-Fi

FOOD & DRINK

Breakfast hampers filled with local delights are delivered to your door at 8am. The chic coffee-wine bar offers homemade cakes by day and drinks from unique wine regions, including biodynamic and organic selections - paired with charcuterie boards - in the evening. For an all-kinds-of-delicious treat, don't skip the flakiest Hobbs House Bakery pastries, with a healthy spread of salted butter and local jam.

Café and Wine Bar: cosy courtyard spot. By day, serves breakfast, sweet treats and coffee. By night, small plates of local cheese and charcuterie compliment curated wines and beers. Open daily.

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