A world heritage site brimming with things to see and do.

Whether you are organising a get together with a group of friends or family,  planning a hen weekend or getting married, Lady Margaret's provides the perfect location for your group stay.

Based in the heart of the historic city centre, all the main sites are on your doorstep including the Royal Crescent, Bath Abbey, the Roman Baths, the splendid Pump Rooms, the new Thermae Bath Spa - and all the wonderful bars, restaurants, shops and festivals which give the city its unique buzz.

If you are looking for contacts and ideas to plan your trip we are delighted to recommend the following companies and organisations to help make your stay extra special:


Bath Pamper Parties - A mobile pamper service that will visit you at Lady Margaret's. Treatments range from massage to waxing, henna to make up and even glitter make overs and hair up! www.bathpamperparties.co.uk

Thermae Bath Spa - Britain's only natural thermal spa offers traditional and state of the art spa facilities including the not to be missed roof top pool. www.thermaebathspa.co.uk

The Makery - Workshops include a variety of crafts such as sewing, garter making and life drawing (with a choice of male models) www.themakeryonline.co.uk


Central Bath offers some unique backdrops to celebrate your special day such as Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths - both just a short walk from Lady Margaret's. However there are also some stunning venues in the beautiful countryside surrounding the city and we are delighted to recommend the following:

Hamswell House - just a few minutes to the north of Bath, the romantic orangery and gardens of this magnificent property make the ultimate setting for your marquee wedding reception www.hamswellhouse.co.uk

Priston Mill - choose between a historic watermill or the memorable eighteenth century tythe barn at this idyllic location to the west of Bath www.pristonmill.co.uk

Wick Farm - just to the south of Bath, this medieval property with extensive grounds and livestock offers a beautiful rural retreat - with the addition of clay pigeon shooting! www.wickfarm.co.uk

And if you are needing special transport, why not book a chauffer driven vintage car from www.ImperialLimos.co.uk


Although Bath has its quota of open top buses, why not book your sight seeing trip on a beautiful horse drawn carriage - contact Tracy on 01761 471888 or visit www.courtyardcarriages.co.uk

The Bertinet Kitchen - Run by celebrity chef and baker Richard Bertinet, his kitchen offers a range of courses for food lovers of all abilities www.thebertinetkitchen.com

For further details of amazing walking tours, garden properties, the latest fixtures for Bath Rugby and details of our wonderful calendar of festivals, see our local tourist information site at www.visitbath.co.uk


A City for all seasons – rich in festivals, arts, events, sport, restaurants and shopping!

Bath is a city of festivals and the arts and with such a compact city centre everything is within just a short walk of Lady Margaret's Georgian Townhouse. From highbrow to eyebrow raising, from family fun to adult comedy, there’s something for all tastes.

The year-long programme of festivals and events in Bath includes everything from Shakespeare to Jane Austen and guitars to boules!

And for something completely different but great fun, why don't you try the award winning comedy walk which starts from the Huntsman pub every night at 8.00pm (April to end October) www.bizarrebath.co.uk

  • Relax after a morning's sight seeing in the roof top Pool at the Thermae Bath Spa

  • luxury self-catering holiday home in heart of Bath
  • brilliant historic location betwixt The Royal Crescent & The Circus
  • close to all main attractions, restaurants and shops
  • Bath is 2 hours from London and Oxford
  • easily reached by car, bus and train
  • nearest airports are London Heathrow, London Gatwick and (closest of all) Bristol International