The Bath office has been at its present location 32 Gay Street for over 16 years. It has enjoyed great success in the markets of the city and surrounding Somerset villages. Located on the ground floor of a Georgian terrace, the branch encapsulates Bath city architecture.
We are located diagonally opposite Queen's Parade Place. If driving, the closest on-street parking is located on Queens Parade Place (Pay & Display).
By Train, Bath Spa Train Station (with direct links from London Paddington in 90 minutes, Bristol Temple Meads in15 minutes) is approximately a 20-minute walk from the branch. Bath has an excellent Park and Ride service, and the closest bus stop is on Milsom St.
On-street Pay & Display parking is located diagonally opposite the office on Queen's Parade Place, and more extensive parking is available on Charlotte Street
Bath is an ancient city dating back to Roman times and home to the UK's only natural thermal spa - no matter where else you travel in the country you won't find another. The city's architecture is the other famous attraction: from the Georgian Royal Crescent to Pulteney Bridge, it really is a sight to behold.
Transport in and around Bath is strong and there is a regular train service from Bath station to London Paddington, Bristol, Cardiff, Plymouth and other major UK towns and cities.
Bath has two universities and some good primary and secondary schools - it's the perfect place to settle with a young family.
There's so much to see and do in Bath itself with plenty of museums, shops, restaurants and sports events. From small independent shops to national chains - there's something for everyone in this historical city.
It doesn't matter what type of property you're looking to buy in the Bath area. There's a large selection on the market from small apartments and flats right through to higher-end properties on the Royal Crescent.