Relax and unwind at Membland Guesthouse, located in the wonderful cosmopolitan city of Bath. Membland Guest House is situated between the River Avon and the beautiful, peaceful Kennet and Avon canal. They are also within walking distance of the many modern and historic attractions, such as The Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, Royal Victoria Park, Royal Crescent, The Circus, the Jane Austen Centre, Pulteney Bridge, and the wonderful Thermae Bath Spa where you can enjoy the fabulous open-air rooftop pool overlooking the panoramic views of Bath.
The superb ambience of this warm and friendly bed and breakfast, combined with the tastefully, well furnished accommodation provide guests with a terrific place to stay. Their delicious home cooked breakfasts are freshly prepared using free range eggs and sausages from the local butcher. They are also happy to cater for vegetarians.
Membland Guest House in Bath offers a choice of 3 well appointed guest rooms all of which are en suite and tastefully decorated. 2 double bedrooms and 1 kingsize double/triple room.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Tea & coffee making facilities
- Complementary Wi-fi
- Colour TV
- Ironing Facilities
Breakfast is served between 8am and 9am in our light and airy dining room where guests can enjoy a tasty home cooked breakfast. They offer a choice of delicious fresh fruit, yoghurt and cereals which can be accompanied with tea of your choice or freshly brewed coffee. Freshly prepared cooked breakfast using free range eggs, sausages from the local butcher, toast and preserves. They are happy to cater for special dietary requirements. Please let them know in advance of stay.
The City of Bath
On The Map: Bath is located in the southwest of England, 115 miles west of London, and just 13 miles east of Bristol.
The City of Bath is truly unique. It was founded by the Romans, after their conquest of Britain in AD 43. Between the 1st and 4th centuries, the Romans constructed a temple dedicated to the divinity, Sulis, as well as several hot baths. The natural source of the baths yields over 1,200,000 litres of water daily, at a temperature of more than 46 °C / 115 °F. Today, you can walk in the ancient footsteps of Romans, on the original stone pavements around the steaming pool. After the fall of the Roman city, medieval Bath became a major wool-producing centre, and the city commanded considerable religious influence from 1091 to 1206. During the 18th century, three ambitious local entrepreneurs set out to make Bath one of the most beautiful cities in Europe – they succeeded! The most famous legacy of their work is the Royal Crescent, comprising of 30 houses laid out in a crescent shape. In total Bath boasts approximately 5,000 listed buildings, and on top of its impressive Roman heritage, is also England’s most celebrated Georgian city. Such is its unique nature, the entire City of Bath was granted World Heritage status by UNESCO.