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Eagle House

Listed under Best Hotels in Bath, United Kingdom.

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Despite its outwardly grand Georgian exterior (the house was designed in 1752 by John Wood the Elder) this tranquil guesthouse has the feel of a family home, where John and Ros Napier go out of their way to provide a relaxed welcome. Quirky (house empty, doors open, welcoming note when we arrived) but underpinned by professionalism, Eagle House offers a wonderful alternative to the city centre (bus every 15 minutes). A tennis court, fine views, very large family rooms and a lovely drawing room, but no restaurant.

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