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As befits a great military man like a general, the General James Wolfe features a super king size four poster bed as well as artwork depicting military scenes and a grand original fireplace.
The General James Wolfe enjoys views over Bailbrook Court and thanks to its corner position it benefits from plenty of light. The furnishings and textiles could be described as more masculine whilst the chaise longue brings a touch of modern style. There is a large feature bath, single rain shower and a TV set into the tiles in the bathroom.
General James Wolfe is perhaps most well known for being the commander of the British expedition that took Quebec in 1759. When visiting Bath, take a break from the boutiques of New Bond Street and around the corner you will find 5 Trim Street, where a plaque reads "Here dwelt General Wolf b. 1727 d. 1759". General Wolfe is known to have appreciated returning to Bath following long spells at sea to rest and replenish his health.
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