The Green Leaf Apartment - How to Find Us
Abbey Green , Bath, BA1 1NW, United Kingdom
A note on finding us: Driving in Bath is not straightforward. We are located in the centre of a busy city where there are lots of one way streets and other traffic control measures. Sat Nav technology does not function well in central Bath. For this reason we recommend that you arrive by train or bus. Both the bus and train stations are a five minutes’ walk. If it is essential that you travel by car, we do have secure underground off-site parking available. If you have any worries or queries, either before or during your journey, please contact us and we will help you in any way we can.
We are located in the Abbey Green courteyard two doors down from the famous Crystal Palace Pub, above the famous and one of the oldest novelty and fancy dress stores in Bath, At Sixes and Sevens. Abbey Green is directly adjacent to the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey and sits on the backend of Marks & Spencers. It is the the only area in city centre which is home to a massive plane tree named The Green, so can't really miss it on foot. If you are arriving by Car, we offer free parking in Southgate Car Park, this is secure, underground off-site parking. If it is in business hours, we will meet you at the parking to help with any lugguage and take you directly to the apartment. If it is outside of business hours, you can access Abbey Green via Lower Borough Walls road. There is a bollard up during business hours, so access is restricted between 10:00 and 18:00. We will always contact you before arrival to discuss in more detail.
Bath has the Bathspa Railway as well as the bus station, both are located next to one another, so to find the apartment from either is very easy and within a 5 min walk. Both of these stations are located in Southgate, when arriving you will walk towards the Southgate shopping area and keep heading up towards the Stall street. Once you arrive at Stall street, you will see Marks and Spencers on your right and past M&S you will see HMV, between these two stores is road called Abbey Gate, you walk down that road towards Blacks Store and as you make your way around the corner you will walk into Abbey Green, which is home to a giant plane tree, called The Green. We are the apartment above the famous and one of the oldest novelty and fancy dress stores in Bath, At Sixes and Sevens.