Abbey Mews is the favourite place to stay for groups of friends or large families.
The master bedroom combines classic designs with beautiful linens. We challenge you to find a more comfortable bed in Bath!
The Drawing Room offers the perfect resting place after a hard day's sightseeing or shopping.
Each of the bedrooms retain their original Georgian proportions.
Abbey Mews is especially popular for special occasions
Period antiques combine with modern furnishings and silks.
Abbey Mews, is on a quiet cobbled cul de sac through handsome Georgian pillars.
6 Pierrepont Place is a charming Georgian Townhouse in the heart of the historic City.
The stunning bathroom includes 'his' and 'hers' sinks and walk-in shower.
There is an additional walk-in shower room in the basement.
The Bedrooms are furnished with beautiful materials and antiques.
Three of the four bedrooms are doubles with either King size beds or twins.
Abbey Mews has private access to Parade Gardens when they are closed to the general public.
The dinning room comfortably seats 8 for formal occassions and is just through from the kitchen.
The 'servants' kitchen is fully equipped with everything a chef might need.
Beautiful French doors lead from the kitchen into the courtyard garden.
The courtyard garden looks into the kitchen and the dinning room beyond.
It can be great fun setting everything up
Most of the rooms have beautiful nine pane Georgian sash windows.
Pulteney Bridge can be viewed in private from Parade Gardens in the evening.
The formal dining room is situated off the kitchen.
This classic Georgian Townhouse is rich in period detail and special features.
Abbey Mews was built on the site of Bath Abbey's medieval orchard.
The Drawing Room is perfect for entertaining up to 10
There is a choice of luxury double and twin beds in three of the four bedrooms. The fourth bedroom has a luxury double.
The antique Pompadour fireplace might be connected with the French 'Pierrepont'.
Abbey Mews is decorated ready for a wonderful warm Christmas welcome from early December
Don’t forget to put the Champagne on ice!
The whole of Bath is especially festive in December with the Christmas Lights and the annual Market - and don't forget the January Sales!
There is an additional TV in the Dining Room.