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Nestled in the heart of Bath, the former Kings Arms coaching inn has been cleverly reimagined, now offering a welcoming retreat for city explorers; a luxury home-from-home, with 14 individually designed bedrooms and a relaxed wine bar, extending onto a pretty courtyard. Expect comfy king-size beds, local produce and a curated list of wines, within effortlessly stylish surroundings.

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Located in the heart of Bath, the hotel sits in a quiet spot on Monmouth Street. It's near The Circus and just a five-minute walk from the Royal Crescent, one of the city's most iconic architectural landmarks; the Roman Baths are a ten-minute stroll away. With the entire city right on the doorstep, it's the ideal position for exploring cool coffee shops and delis selling local produce, as well as a host of galleries and independent boutiques.

By car: around 3 hours from London, 4 hours from Manchester and 35 minutes from Bristol. Parking costs £15 per day.

By train: London Paddington to Bath Spa station takes 1 hour 20 minutes. The station is a 10-minute walk (or 5-minute taxi ride) from the hotel. Book trains to Bath Spa.

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The former 18th-century Kings Arms has been completely transformed into a simple, modern place to stay, boasting unique design with historic features. Think understated chic with modern brass lighting, hand-cut flowers and vintage finds, set against soft pastel hues and traditional fabrics. The indoor-outdoor courtyard provides a focal point with its sandstone flooring, potted plants and olive trees.


Owners Esther Newman and Ed Haskins are homely and friendly. They live on-site and are fully hands-on, passionate about their new venture and happy to offer recommendations for your stay. The Yard provides a stylish yet unpretentious space with the essence of the original inn - there's an elegant little breakfast café that later in the day transforms into a wine bar, along with the courtyard. Limited parking spaces are available directly opposite the hotel for £15 a night.

  • Café
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Free Wi-Fi


Enjoy individually designed rooms and understated luxury, with king-size beds combining traditional fabrics from local designers - unique woollen throws from the local weaver, Katherine Fraser - with heritage features, muted hues and statement feature wallpaper sourced from Stroud-based Lewis & Wood.

Room types: Cosy Room, Classic Room, Larger Room, Larger Room with Roof Terrace

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with REN toiletries, Nespresso machine, TV, Roberts Radio, free Wi-Fi


There's a chic coffee-wine bar to enjoy homemade cakes during the day; come evening, discover drinks from lesser-known wine regions, including biodynamic and organic growers, along with local cheese and charcuterie boards. Breakfast is done differently at The Yard - instead of a traditional setup, enjoy hampers filled with local produce delivered to your door at 8 am.

Café and Wine Bar: cosy courtyard spot. By day, serves breakfast, sweet treats and coffee. By night, small plates of local cheese and charcuterie compliment curated wines and beers. Open daily.

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