Walcot is a suburb of the city of Bath, England. It lies to the north-north-east of the city centre, and is an electoral ward of the city.
The parish church of St Swithin, on The Paragon was built in 1779-90 by John Palmer. 18th century poet Christopher Anstey is buried at the church.
Walcot was the birthplace of Richard Debaufre Guyon, who would become, in succession, an Austrian officer, a Hungarian rebel and an Ottoman Pasha.Walcot electoral ward is bisected by the western end of the London Road. The majority of the ward lies north of the London Road, with a smaller part to the south including an area south of the River Avon.
Address Walcot St, Bath BA1 5BG, UK
Coordinates 51°23'14.284" N -2°21'33.282" E