The Kennard is a wonderful, historic townhouse, centrally located in the delightful city of Bath. Originally constructed in 1794, during the golden age of Bath's Georgian elegance, 11 Henrietta Street was once a lodging house providing accommodation for those coming to spend the season in Bath. Over many years, the house has been carefully maintained and restored, and nowadays, you have the opportunity to come and enjoy the experience of staying in one of Bath's original Georgian townhouses. Your hosts look forward to welcoming you at the Kennard, where great pride is taken on the personal service, attention to detail an enviable central Bath location provided. Complimentary wi-fi internet and parking are also provided at The Kennard.
Rooms & Amenities
Every guestroom at The Kennard originally had a different use, and so all rooms have their own individual style and character. A variety of bedroom layouts are available.
All Guestrooms Feature:
Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet Access
Flat Screen TV
Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
Breakfast at The Kennard:
Breakfast is served between 8 am and 9.30 am on weekdays and 8 am and 10 am on weekends in the former Georgian kitchen of the house - now delightfully refurbished as a Dining Room.
You may help yourself to a range of morning treats from the buffet, while you await your freshly cooked full English breakfast, prepared with"
• Nick’s eggs from Southside Farm in Perrymead, Bath
• Bacon and sausages from Sandridge Farm in Wiltshire
• Bread from the famous Baker Brothers at Hobbs House Bakery in the Cotswolds
• Potatoes for our homemade potato cakes, mushrooms and tomatoes are supplied by Hillside Farm in Sutton Wick
The Kennard also offers omelettes, scrambled egg and smoke salmon, or porridge prepared with Organic oats.
The buffet includes organic Yeo Valley yogurt from Blagdon, freshly prepared fruit salad, different cereals including homemade Granola, pastries, spreads, jams and chutneys as well as apple and cranberry juice and freshly squeezed orange juice.