29. Some on ground floor.
all year, restaurant closed Mon evening.
lift, 2 drawing rooms, bar, restaurant, meeting room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 4 linked courtyard gardens, car-parking service, unsuitable for disabled.
in restaurant and bar.
all ages welcomed.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
 per room B&B £125–£460. Tasting menus £67.50–£80, à la carte £55. 1-night bookings sometimes refused.
Good Hotel Guide Review
The city centre is an easy walk from Helen and Laurence Beere’s ‘near-faultless’ hotel, in an ‘unsurpassed situation’ within reach of museums, shops and heritage spots. Spread across four freshly refurbished Georgian town houses on a quiet residential street, the hotel strikes a light-hearted note – there are Union flag cushions on velvet club chairs in the bar, and quirky prints in the restaurant. The staff are ‘happy and helpful’; the modern bedrooms ‘nicely proportioned and well equipped’; the cocktails ‘very good indeed’. ‘And the valet parking is a boon.’ Accommodation ranges from club rooms ideal for solo travellers to a junior suite with an enormous four-poster bed, and a chaise longue in the spacious bathroom. There’s no tea tray in the room, but hot drinks are served in the ‘comfy drawing room’ throughout the day. On a sunny afternoon, choose to sit in the ‘charming courtyard garden’ instead. In the basement restaurant, chef Chris Cleghorn’s keenly modern tasting menus might include torched and confit trout, avocado, pink grapefruit; barbecued lamb cutlet, peas, morels, ewe’s cheese. ‘The cooking rightly has a very good reputation among locals.’ (PJ, and others)
10% discount voucher
This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 10% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. To take advantage of this offer, you must present the voucher at the time of booking.
This hotel accepts room upgrade vouchers which entitle readers to a space available room upgrade. The voucher must be presented at check-in and is entirely at the hotelier’s discretion.
A magnificent temple housing a Roman thermal bathing complex.
Now a Grade-1 listed building, this bridge is one of only four in the world to have shops along its full span on both sides.
A permanent exhibition telling the story of Austen's experience in the city of Bath.