Visiting The Royal Crescent doesn't take long but it is well worth a visit whilst in Bath. The buildings and architecture are beautiful.
Gorgeous to look at houses. No entrances or long visits, just a short stop to see and appreciate the beauty of Bath
It is a sight to behold, buildings erected in the time when England was great, and Bath was the Spa centre second to none
It was the venue for our daughter's wedding breakfast. The hotel is in a significant section of the world famous Royal Crescent and has to be one of the finest hotels in the UK. The food was wonderful and the service the best ever.
The Crescent is one of the sights one must see in Bath. The Architecture and views are stunning and it is easily walkable from the City Centre. The Touring Buses are not allowed close so go on foot via The Circus.
Well preserved unique crescent almost 200 years old and in such good condition. Well done to the City Council for ensuring that the Cresent is preserved in its original condition
The Royal Crescent is really a must-see attraction of Bath. As the name says, it's a crescent of Bath stone houses, with a great view in the other direction. Very impressive.
Bath has the most wonderful architecture, we even had the chance to visit friends who live in the Royal Crescent so we were very impressed with how grand it is on the inside as well as the outside. Bath has lots of wonderful sights and walks.
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