Good Hotel Guide Review
Jollity swoops through this chirpy, contemporary hotel close to the centre. Birds of all feathers are judiciously displayed on walls, cushions and crockery throughout the remodelled Victorian mansion; vivid artwork and glittering chandeliers add to the eclectic style. Snug or more spacious, the modish bedrooms are supplied with a capsule coffee machine, teas and fancy toiletries to make guests happy as larks; several have views stretching across recreation grounds to Bath Abbey. An all-day menu of modern British dishes is served in the lower-ground Plate restaurant or alfresco on the terrace, amid dining pavilions, domes and fire pits. Not far, sister hotel Homewood (see main entry) has country house flair.
18-19 Pulteney Road
all year, restaurant closed Mon lunch & Sun dinner.
lounge, bar, restaurant, conservatory, in-room TV, terrace, garden, parking.
all day in public areas.
all ages welcomed.
‘very warmly welcomed’.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £144–£315. À la carte £35. 1-night bookings sometimes refused at peak weekends.