The City of Bath

Why Choose Bath?

Bath's got something for everyone and it's a compact city, so easy to get around. When you stay at 2 Crescent Gardens, we are so central that you are a short walk from all the main attractions.  Milsom Street, for example, the most famous shopping street in the city is just a nine minute walk from the guest house.

What to do in Bath?

About 2 Crescent Gardens

More about us

Staying in a Victorian guest house, with modern style and comfort, adds to the experience of visiting a historic city.

We welcome hundreds of visitors each year who choose us because of our location and the high quality of our rooms and breakfast. And, staying in a Victorian guest house, with modern style and comfort, adds to the experience of visiting such a historic city.

Our bedrooms and bathrooms have been individually styled with great quality beds and pocket-sprung mattresses and we have great showers in every ensuite. We also serve a top quality breakfast with ingredients from our trusted local suppliers. Our guest lounge is also a nice additional feature for guests, who, after a busy day touring around the city want somewhere peaceful to read or unwind.

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Our commitment to the environment

We don't just talk the talk about the environment at 2 Crescent Gardens, we do what we can to minimise our impact. We recycle any food waste and recyclables from our kitchen and recyclables left by guests in their bedroom bins. Also, our electricity and gas is supplied by green energy provider, Ovo Energy.


A little history...

2 Crescent Gardens was built at the end of the 19th century and is located near to the famous Royal Crescent, just a six minute stroll away.  The house is made from the famous Bath stone that you see all over the city.

The guest house is owned and managed by Giacomo (Jack) and his small team.  Giacomo grew up in the property, which his parents converted into a guest house when he and his sister flew the nest. 

An architect and interior designer by trade, Giac took over the running of the guest house in 2011, carrying out a complete refurbishment. 

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