built circa 1788

Steeped in history, Bath’s Henrietta House originates from the 1780s when a ‘new town’ area of Bath was built south of the river Avon. 

The architect of Henrietta House and the street was Thomas Baldwin who worked with Sir William Pulteney to divide up what had been river meadows.

Today, Henrietta House offers a centrally located, tranquil setting with accommodation in 21 unique rooms. 

Every room has en-suite facilities and provides a mix of traditional elegance and modern comfort. There is also a spacious two-bedroom family apartment on the top floor that has a large living room.  On the garden floor there is a lovely two-bedroom unit which opens out to your own private terraced garden. 

In all our rooms you will find a flat-screen television, a hairdryer and bathroom products plus complimentary Wi-Fi. There are numerous antiques and original artworks from all periods throughout the house, as befitting such a classic building.

Whether visiting Bath on holiday, business or taking a small break, Henrietta House has a superb location and offers beautiful rooms at reasonable rates.