Bath has many hotels and guest-houses that exact a heavy toll from the visitors who come to view the Roman Baths and splendid Georgian architecture. The few that manage to keep their prices reasonable are usually either far from the centre, or uninspiring, and we dont know of any that can match Muriel Guy's delightful Georgian house on the lower slopes of Bathwick Hill.
  The house is in a typical Bath terrace, single-fronted, with a spacious and light open-plan kitchen/dining room, where breakfast is cooked to order and served on a large mahogany table. On a recent visit we were impressed with Mrs Guy's enthusiasm for all things organic - breakfast even included delicious stewed rhubarb, fresh from her own allotment.
  Mrs Guy has been collecting paintings and ceramics for over 35 years and her delightfully eclectic collection fills the house. Bedrooms are well-proportioned and tastefully done in an interesting mix of colours and styles. Our inspector stayed on the fourth floor and was treated to great views over the city. Rooms to the rear look out over the gardens.
  Mrs Guy is a charming, friendly host - quietly enthusiastic about Bath and this Georgian town house, which has been her home for more than 35 years.