Marshal Wade’s House

    Marshal Wade's House
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    Those seeking a central location offering both character and charm in a World Heritage Site should come to Bath, where one of the finest examples of 18th-century architecture can be seen in the abbey churchyard, suitably placed above the National Trust’s shop.

    Marshal Wade's House
    Marshal Wade’s House

    Built in 1720 this sophisticated building in the centre of town is the only one remaining of its type, a Palladian-style property which was the height of fashionable architecture when built. Rooms are furnished in 18th-century style and make the most of captivating abbey views – especially from the bath tub on the third floor! Leave the car behind and arrive by train to fully appreciate the delights of this beautiful historic city.

    Marshal Wade’s House

    Abbey Churchyard, Bath

    Sleeps 4

    www.landmarktrust.org.uk

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