Bath is a photographer's dream. There is dramatic beauty in the grand and elegant curved stone facades and this second floor apartment for four, in an imposing Georgian house at the end of a circular segment of The Circus, has timeless views. Awarded 4 star gold by the British Tourist Board.
The Circus, built between 1754 and 1768 is a masterpiece of John Wood the Elder, with tiers of Doric, Ionic and Corinthian columns and intriguing carved emblems, topped with noble stone acorn finials. You can admire it all in detail from the comfort of the living room.
This contemporary apartment, in a warm palate of chocolate, plum and biscuit throughout, has undergone several transformations in its lifetime yet has retained all its period charm. The large living and dining room with sash windows overlooking two aspects of The Circus has two French style velvet sofas by a decorative fireplace. There is a TV with Blue Ray DVD and a separate radio with I-pod docking. A dining table seats four and a French style dresser contains crockery, cutlery and a selection of novels, films and games.
The neat fitted period kitchen has an electric hob and oven, a microwave, a large fridge/freezer, a dishwasher and a washing machine.
A large mirrored lobby before the bedrooms has fitted wardrobes and shelving. The spacious and comfortable master room has twin beds in a large alcove that zip and link to become a 6' bed. Here also is a fitted wardrobe, a dressing table with storage and a tallboy. A radio/alarm with I-pod docking is provided.
The second room snugly fits two single beds and a small chest of drawers. There is a magnificent view of The Assembly rooms and handsome Georgian terraces. Further storage is amply provided in the lobby.
The contemporary bathroom has smart cappuccino coloured tiling and contains a small double ended bath with shower over, a hand basin with lots of storage under and a WC.