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23 Daniel Street

(Ref. 1066172)

Bath, Somerset Show on map

4.2

Sykes rating

  • 8 Guests

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • Pets Yes

Features

  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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13 Customer Reviews

  • "23 Daniel Street in Bath is a lovely big house with all the character and charm you would expect from a period property."

    We had rented the house for my wife's 60th birthday, so that all the family could be together for the weekend. There was no 'fighting' over the bedrooms as all were of a good size. The top floor has two bedrooms with a slightly compact shower room, but all good, The middle floors bedrooms have a better sized shower room with a great shower down a flight and a half set of stairs. Two cosy sitting rooms on the ground floor, however we spent most of the time in the well equipped kitchen / dining room in the basement. Great communication beforehand and on the day of arrival from both Sykes and the property owner.

    Reviewed by Tim5.0Feb 2024

  • "Beautiful well kept property in an excellent location."

    There really is absolutely no parking though, recommend Charlotte street car park for long term stay.

    Reviewed by Sarah-jane4.1Dec 2023

  • "The Wi-Fi didn’t stoped so we no tv But that was the only issue it was a ..."

    The Wi-Fi didn’t stoped so we no tv But that was the only issue it was a lovely place to stay and definetly stay again Super clean with every thin you need

    Reviewed by Andrew4.7Nov 2023

  • "The property is in a lovely and convenient location."

    It is clean and comfortable if you are able bodied. There’s no toilet on the first floor which is a pain in the night. We fixed a very squeaky bathroom door on the top floor with WD40 as it woke everyone up when someone went to the loo. It would have been nice to have a welcome folder with instructions. The kitchen was very cold so it took a while to sort out. There were no instructions on how to get a permit which is needed if you travel here by car. I’ve also never been to one of your cottages that haven’t had a welcome pack with tea, coffee and a few nice extras. It’s little things like this that make you feel at home and welcome straight away.

    Reviewed by Jenny3.8Oct 2023

  • "Only real issue is that when we booked our stay it was advertised as having one on street parking space."

    When we arrived, and in final e-mail prior to arrival, there was no mention of this and no parking available, which led to extra costs and use of a public car park. Though a little inconvenient, the main issue was the fact we weren't informed of this change between booking and stay and unloading on first day did get a little tricky at one point. House was great - two sets of keys would also be a help to avoid need to use back entrance, but otherwise all fine.

    Reviewed by Rosalind4.4Sep 2023

  • "Very disappointed with the property’s management and the lack of support from Sykes."

    The dishwasher was broken ( heating element fault) and full of detritus. Extremely unhygienic. The shower drain was blocked and so flooded the room, which we had to deal with. The hairdryer was extremely loud and smelt of burning and finally a lightbulb was broken on the stairs. Report was made within 24 hours to Sykes but all problems were not resolved. A handyman arrived two days later to clear drain and change bulb. No contact was made about the dishwasher until just hours before we departed the property at the end of the week. A email from Sykes just said nothing could be done until after we left. The cottage became an unpleasant experience and tainted the delight of our holiday.

    Reviewed by Teresa1.9Jul 2023

  • "Beautiful house walking distance to town and places of interest."

    Pub at each end of street but no issues quiet residential area. Small shop and beautiful parks.

    Reviewed by Janice4.7Jul 2023

  • "We had a wonderful Christmas get together, with my family flying in to Bristol from the Isle of Man."

    . They loved Bath and the location of Daniel Street. The house was Beautiful and warm and we respected the terms and conditions. We definitely would stay again hopefully next year (if there have us)

    Reviewed by Frances5.0Dec 2022

  • "23 Daniel Street is a very comfortable, well appointed house in the centre of Bath."

    The street is very quiet and the walk into Bath is short. There are shops very nearby along with all the historic highlights of the city. The house is beautiful, well appointed, very clean and we felt very at home, to the point that I successfully made my daughter's wedding cake in the spacious kitchen. The owners were great with their communication. A couple of things to be aware of, this would not be a suitable house for anyone with mobility problems, as it is a 4 storey house there are many steep stairs. Parking is not available on the street, which was a slight issue as we had to think about where to put cars every day. Perhaps one parking permit for the house would be a bonus. I would recommend this accommodation.

    Reviewed by Barbara4.7Sep 2022

  • "Thoroughly enjoyed our family 2 night stay at this property."

    It is very comfortable ,clean and with easy walking access to the city centre. Would highly recommend for future bookings - thank you

    Reviewed by Marielle5.0Sep 2022

  • "The listing stated that a parking space was available and it was revealed to us after booking that this was not the case."

    As one of our party has a disability, this was a real problem as we were required to walk to and from where the car was parked every time we needed it. The management were not responsive and it took 4 days to reply with information on where the nearest long stay parking was. The parking also ended up as an unexpected expense on top of the accommodation costs.

    Reviewed by Rachel2.8Jun 2022

  • "Beautiful period property in a good location within easy walking distance of the centre of Bath."

    The house has been carefully decorated and fitted out. Sykes and the owner were responsive regarding issues raised during our stay, though unfortunately not all issues could be dealt with over the course of a weekend. Communication between Sykes, the owner and guests needs improvement e.g. it's pointless Sykes saying that guests should follow the owner's instructions re rubbish disposal if instructions haven't been left in the property (or if they were there they were too well hidden for us to find). Once some wrinkles are ironed out would recommend this as a good place to stay.

    Reviewed by Jenny3.8Feb 2022

  • "Great, quiet location in short walking distance of all the city sights, restaurants and shops."

    The house has been decorated beautifully, comfortable beds, very well equipped kitchen and the quiet reading spot in the conservatory is a lovely bonus. A shame a parking permit isn’t supplied as it's a 15 minute stroll to the nearest long stay car park but it was easy to load/ unload the car in the street, and due to the brilliant location we didn’t need the car at all during our stay.

    Reviewed by Julie4.4Feb 2022

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Summary

  • Over four floors
  • Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x twin, 2 x second-floor double
  • Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Second-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Utility
  • Sitting room
  • Conservatory
  • Gas central heating
  • Double electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and dishwasher, TV, WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Enclosed courtyard
  • 1 well behaved pet welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 0.2 miles, pub 0.1 miles
  • Note: No stag/hen parties or similar
  • The property is surrounded by street parking for resident permit holders only, after unloading luggage outside the property, parking will need to be found at nearby car parks.

The property

Nestled in a row of Georgian houses in the beautiful city of Bath, is this four-storey townhouse, 23 Daniel Street, boasting periodic features such as sash windows and characterful fireplaces.

Enjoying a central location with an abundance of attractions from the foot of the door, this charming abode is an idyllic stay for eight friends or a large family wishing to explore this wonderful city.

Be welcomed by a capacious sitting room with a plush sofa and plenty of chairs to seat the whole group, this space is a great place to unwind after an exhilarating day in Bath, with a large TV for your entertainment.

A handful of steps will lead you down to the contemporary kitchen/diner, here you can rustle up home-cooked meals in the double, electric oven and make use of the well-equipped cupboards, which are white-washed for a sophisticated look.

Take advantage of the handy utility room to wash and dry your holiday attire so you don't need to worry about running out of clothes!

Settle down at the dining table, to tuck-into a feast and catch-up on the highlights of your day in Bath.

Carry the conversation outdoors to the lovely, enclosed courtyard, with shrubbery and an antique arch mirror to accentuate the history of the home, here you can soak in the final moments of the sun with a glass of wine.

As the evening draws to a close, retreat back inside and climb the staircase up to the first floor to find two delightful bedrooms, a king-size and a twin bedroom.

Another flight of stairs will lead you to the second-floor with two lovely double bedrooms and a spacious shower room for a refreshing rinse in the morning.

Kick-start your day in the kitchen/diner to cook up a hearty breakfast and relish a steaming cup of coffee as you discuss the itinerary for the day.

A scenic stroll will guide you to the heart of Bath where you can tour and explore fascinating attractions, admire the vibrant Bath Abbey with its captivating architecture, visit The Roman Baths, an engrossing religious site with an important history; literature fans will be thrilled by The Jane Austen Centre for an insight into the life of the praised writer.

Venture further afield to the lively city of Bristol, where you can enjoy an aquarium, home to sharks, rays and octopi, or explore The Georgian House Museum to learn about the jaw-dropping history of a Bristol sugar plantation; you can soak in spectacular views of the city from Brandon Hill, which is also a fantastic spot for a picnic.

Also within easy reach from Bath is the quirky town of Glastonbury, hosting the glorious Glastonbury Abbey, an ancient monument with intriguing artifacts, whilst here you can view the sacred gardens of Chalice Well or The White Spring, a mysterious hidden gem, renowned for its alleged healing.

For an enchanting getaway to the alluring city of Bath, choose 23 Daniel Street.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £700.

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About the location

BATH

Bristol 13 miles; Glastonbury 25 miles.

The beautiful, cosmopolitan city of Bath, a World Heritage Site, offers something for everyone. No matter the time of year you visit, you are likely to find events catering for all tastes, from the famous Christmas market to music, food and cultural festivals and world-class theatre productions on offer at the Theatre Royal. The streets are lined with every kind of restaurant and the wide range of quality bars and shops are sure to tempt. The stunning architecture of Georgian terraces are famous and a joy to behold, whilst a visit to the celebrated Roman Baths and wonderful abbey are a must whilst staying in this beautiful city. Should you tire of all on offer in the centre then there are many attractions located under an hour’s drive away; take a gentle boat trip along the Kennet and Avon Canal, explore the craft shops at local Frome or Bradford-on-Avon, or explore mystical Glastonbury, Cheddar Caves, Wookey Hole, Lacock or even ancient Stonehenge. Bath offers visitors a very special holiday experience, whatever the season.

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Note; There is a £25.00 per Pet supplement.

The property is surrounded by street parking for resident permit holders only, after unloading luggage outside the property, parking will need to be found at nearby car parks.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas