Arundel House

Arundel House was a town-house or palace located between the Strand and the Thames, near St Clement Danes.

It was originally the town house of the Bishops of Bath and Wells, during the Middle Ages. In 1539 it was given to William Fitzwilliam, Earl of Southampton. The Roman Baths, Strand Lane were situated within the grounds, and remain in the ownership of the National Trust.

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