Lady Margaret's is brilliantly located midway between The Royal Crescent and The Circus
Lady Margaret's classical front door opens into one of the most luxurious townhouses in Bath
The Royal Crescent and Royal Victoria Park are just round the corner from Lady Margaret's
Pulteney Bridge also has a number of independent shops and cafes
Bath has over 150 independent restaurants, cafes and bars and some of the best are on Lady Margaret's doorstep
All the main tourist attractions are within walking distance of Lady Margaret's.
Margaret's Buildings is one of the most fashionable shopping streets in Bath
Relax after a morning's sight seeing in the roof top Pool at the Thermae Bath Spa
The magnificent Drawing Room is perfect for entertaining and rich in luxurious features. This beautiful Georgian home has all mod cons including WiFi throughout.
Every booking receives a bottle of Fizz ‘with our compliments’
The Dining Table seats up to 12. What about booking waiters to serve for you? If you fancy even more of a holiday there is a wonderful choice of restaurants on your door step.
The beautiful Kitchen has everything a Master Chef might need and offers the latest in both luxury and technology.
Preparing for a surprise is made easy with our spacious kitchen / diner
The Master Bedroom is the epitome of style and elegance. It has its own private ensuite and the beds can be arranged as singles or zipped together as a romantic double.
Designer fabrics complement period antiques to evoke an atmosphere of style and heritage.
There are a total of 3 stunning bath / shower rooms each with its own unique features.
The top Bathroom has been designed a a giant wet room to allow you to soak away the toils of a hard days shopping / sightseeing.
Each of the bedooms mixes period antiques with the latest in luxury. We would challenge you to find more comfortable beds!
Lady Margaret’s is especially popular for special celebrations such as Hen Parties and Big Birthdays
The Front Door of Lady Margaret's leads off a beautiful pedestrianised walkway especially designed by the Architect John Wood for the rich and fashionable of Georgian society.
Lady Margaret's was first built in 1769 - Bath's previous heyday. See how many A list celebrities you can spot on the nearby streets during your stay!