The Kennard is located just a few steps away from the heart of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was built in 1794, the golden age of Bath's Georgian elegance, as a lodging house to provide accommodation for those coming to spend the season in this delightful city.

Henrietta Street is a quiet residential street which is in easy walking distance from Bath Abbey, the Roman Baths, Pulteney Bridge, Victoria Art Gallery, Holburne Museum and some of the best restaurants and shopping areas.

Over a number of years, the house has been carefully maintained and restored. The Kennard offers twelve recently refurbished and individually decorated bedrooms on five floors with a fine selection of superior doubles, standard doubles, snug doubles, two singles with shared bathroom, a twin and a triple room. Ten of the bedrooms are en-suite, with shower rooms, king or queen size bed. Our rooms offer either a view over our garden and of the city, or look out onto the street. We also have a small sitting area and an honesty bar located on the landings.

We hope to make your stay at The Kennard as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Please do not hesitate to ask for any particular request in advance of your visit – a bottle of champagne or prosecco, flowers or chocolates to celebrate a special occasion, a light packed breakfast for an early departure or a delivery of package. We hope to make your trip to our beautiful city a memorable one. We will be more than happy to make dining reservations for you, book taxis or pre-theatre drinks. Whatever brings you to Bath – a holiday, wedding, graduation, walking tours or business – we want to make your visit to this beautiful city a memorable one.

We hope you will stay with us and enjoy the experience of staying in one of Bath's original Georgian townhouses with service and accommodation that truly reflects this beautiful city’s social history and culture.