All of the seven bedrooms have their original Georgian proportions and lovely windows.
Another master bedroom furnished with beautiful materials and antiques.
The Duchy, 5 Edward Street is in the heart of Georgian Bath and looks across to Great Pulteney Street.
The Prince of Wales feathers are carved in stone above the Georgian front door and window light.
The Dining Room is ideally located next to the Servants Kitchen for Dinner Parties
The Georgian garden is perfect for alfresco eating out on in the summer.
The Prince of Wales feathers are carved in stone above the front door.
The Prince of Wales feathers feature in a beautiful stained glass door.
The classic Aga cooker includes modern gas and electric options for both formal and everyday use.
The dinning room opens out onto the Georgian garden through the French doors.
The formal pond has water lillies and is edged with lavender and box.
The garden outside the Dining Room features Wysteria, Peonies and an Italianate Cypress tree
The Bath Crest is one of the many handsome features throughout the townhouse.
The townhouse features a wealth of period antiques and features including this original Georgian mirror.
The stunning kitchen is perfectly equipped for both cooking and dining.
The kitchen opens into the formal dining room which then leads out into the garden.
The ‘Drawing Room’ leads into the delighful ‘withdrawing room’. Each has a matching fireplace.
A view from the ‘Withdrawing Room’ into the ‘Drawing Room’ through the stunning wedding doors’.
One of the master bedrooms with original Georgian fireplace, luxury fabrics and seating.
This aerial shot of the garden reveals a green door which leads to a garage in the old stables area.
Note the Regency mirrors fitted between the large windows and the other features.
Prince Charles arrives at The Duchy, Edward Street in the 1970's. Note how black the buildings were before their careful washing.
Prince Charles walks over to his helicopter which he used to land on the nearby Recreation Ground.
Jane Austen lived just round the corner from The Duchy 12 years after the house was first built.
Each of the rooms have been designed to enhance the unique character of the building together with luxury quality beds.
The whole of Bath is especially festive in December with the Christmas Lights and the annual Market - and don't forget the January Sales!
The Duchy is decorated ready for a wonderful warm Christmas welcome from early December.
The paved entrance to The Duchy features a Georgian style overthrow with lamp.