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Built in 1743 by one of the city's most famous architects, John Wood the Elder, Pratt's Hotel has been part of Bath's heritage for more than two centuries and represents a great location for a short break or weekend stay in Bath to explore the city's many historic attractions. Bath offers a diverse range of restaurants, theatres and pubs, together with museums such as the Museum of Costume and the Jane Austen Centre. Make Pratt's Hotel your choice for a relaxing weekend break in Bath. Pratt's Hotel’s location in the heart of Bath City Centre makes it a popular meeting place for the busy executive. Within walking distance of the railway station and with a large car park only yards from the front door, the hotel is easily accessible by road and rail.
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