102 Wells Road,

Phone +44 (0)1225 317984
Proprietors: David and Annie Lanz

Email: info@oldfields.co.uk
Website:  www.oldfields.co.uk

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Double or twin ensuite from £65 per night (based on 2 people sharing) triple and family accommodation available

An elegant and Traditional Bed & Breakfast with panoramic views of Bath
and only 8 minutes walk to Bath city centre.

This large, elegant Victorian hotel is typical of many Bath houses - superbly positioned and built of the honey-coloured stone for which the city is famous.

The house is beautifully furnished with modern features, yet still retains its original character with elaborate cornices and paint effects.

Situated 8 minutes walk to the city centre with it's own private car park, Oldfields is the perfect choice for a visit to Bath .

The 14 en suite bedrooms are centrally heated and provided with colour TV, radio, direct dial telephones, hairdryers and hospitality tray. Two rooms are situated on the ground floor with level entry and are suitable for the less mobile.

From room to room, experience the true ambiance of the 19th century; beautiful antique furniture, rich fabrics and warm decor.

A delicious choice of breakfast to include full English, fresh seasonal fruits and smoked salmon with scrambled eggs are served in the magnificent dining room overlooking the city of Bath.

Newspapers are provided, and for those with time to linger over breakfast, there is unlimited tea and coffee.

Bath is a city for all seasons, whether sightseeing or shopping. It has long been famous for its Georgian architecture and Roman heritage, and in 1988 the city was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list as a site of global importance. The Bath Spa opens in 2004

Bath is also a perfect centre from which to tour the area, where you can find some of the most outstanding places of interest in England - north into the Cotswolds, south to Glastonbury and Wells Cathedral, east to Stonehenge and Salisbury, west to Bristol and South Wales

Be assured, at the end of the day, wherever you journey, a warm welcome awaits you at Oldfields. The owners David and Annie Lanz have owned and managed hotels in and around Bath for many years. The enthusiastic proprietors will ensure their guests are given all the necessary help and local knowledge to ensure their stay in Bath is a memorable one. They are also able to help you in your choice of restaurant, with over 80 to choose from.



Private of street or complimentary on street permit parking.
Close to Bath City Centre, and all the attractions
Luxury en suite accommodation
Hotel service at Bed and Breakfast prices
Magnificent drawing room and dining room with spectacular views of Bath
8 minutes walk to Bath Spa Railway Station
Private off street Parking
Telephone in all centrally heated bedrooms
Residents garden
Strictly non smoking establishment

Regret no pets

How to Find us in Bath

Directions from London

By Train -
London Paddington - Bath Spa Station
Journey takes 1 1/2 hours
Frequent trains every 30 - 60mins

By Coach -
London Victoria Coach Station to Bath Coach Station
For times and information click here

From the M4

Exit at junction 18

Travel south on the A46 towards Bath. As you approach the city on a dual carriageway take the exit to Bath at the large roundabout with traffic lights.Then travel towards the city centre on A4 London Road. At the first main set of traffic lights after the Safeway store (set back on the left hand side of the London Road) turn left onto the A36 Bristol Road, A367 Wells and Exeter Ring Road. Proceed over Bridge, past the Fire Station (on your left) and at first roundabout take the second exit signposted Bristol A36(A4) Wells A39.

Take the second exit at the next roundabout and follow the ring road straight on at traffic lights under railway bridge. Travel on through Widcombe Village, (follow road and stay in left hand lane) until you reach the large roundabout which is bisected by main railway line viaduct. At this roundabout take the first left onto the A367 (Radstock and Shepton Mallet)). Oldfields is at the corner of Upper Oldfield Park, the first turning, half a mile on the right hand side.

From the A36 Warminster Road

Continue until you reach a large roundabout which is bisected by the railway viaduct. At this roundabout take the first left onto the A367 (Radstock and Exeter ). Oldfields is at the corner of Upper Oldfield Park, the first turning on the right

From the A4 Bristol and A39 Wells

The A39 joins the A4 at a large roundabout at the Globe Inn. Take the A4 to Bath along a dual carriageway and then take the A36 (Lower Bristol Road) until you reach the railway viaduct as above

Room Type Minimum Maximum
Single en suite 49.00 115.00
Double or Twin en suite 65.00 135.00
Superior/Canopy Double or Twin, en suite 75.00 160.00
Triple en suite 85.00 210.00
Superior Deluxe Four Poster en suite Jacuzzi Bath and Shower 95.00 185.00

Rates are per room night and inclusive of full English breakfast and taxes.

Our English breakfast includes local produce, as well as fresh season fruits smoked
salmon and scrambled eggs, Lincolnshire sausages and Wiltshire bacon.

Guests are invited to take tea or coffee in our elegant lounge on arrival.

Complimentary tea, coffee, chocolate and biscuits in all bedrooms.

Cancellation policy is 72 hours.

For information on winter breaks please contact the hotel direct.

Parking a car in Bath is both awkward and expensive and can waste a significant amount of your leisure time, as well as adding considerable cost to your stay in the city. We are fortunate in being one of the few hotels so close to the city centre with private off street or complimentary on street permit parking available to all our guests.

Payment may be made by Cheque, Switch, Visa, Mastercard and American Express. Credit card details or cheque required to confirm all reservations. For credit card bookings we also require the number, expiry date, name on the card, billing address and telephone number.

Email: info@oldfields.co.uk

For further information visit: http://www.oldfields.co.uk
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