Tasburgh House Shortlist*

‘Lovely views’ over the city extend from Susan Keeling’s hilltop red-brick Victorian house, where ‘luxurious-feeling bedrooms’, ‘lovely location’ and the staff’s ‘helpful local knowledge’ are much liked. More

Contact details

Tasburgh House
Warminster Road
Bath
Somerset
BA2 6SH
England
01225 425 096

Hotel information

Bedrooms

15, 3 accessed from garden terrace.

Open

all year except Christmas.

Facilities

bar, dining room, conservatory, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 7-acre garden, suitable for limited mobility.

Background music

all day in bar, dining room and conservatory.

Children

over-6s welcomed.

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

per room B&B (continental) from £115, D,B&B from £246.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

Lovely views’ over the city extend from Susan Keeling’s hilltop red-brick Victorian house, where ‘luxurious-feeling bedrooms’, ‘lovely location’ and the staff’s ‘helpful local knowledge’ are much liked. Emma Moon is the new manager. ‘Well-equipped, comfortable bedrooms’ (some ‘a little tight’) have large sash windows; good toiletries and bath towels; a well-stocked hospitality tray with tea, coffee, biscuits. Three have French doors leading to the garden terrace. In the ‘pretty conservatory’, breakfast options include smoked trout; French toast with bacon, maple syrup; porridge with honey from the house’s hives; afternoon cream teas are served on request. The canal towpath, at the bottom of the garden, provides a 20-minute walk into town.

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Tasburgh House
Warminster Road
Bath
Somerset
BA2 6SH

Guest comments

'We found this gem of a hotel by accident. Wonderful place to stay. The staff went beyond the call of duty, were friendly and attentive; they made our stay memorable. The hotel had wonderful views, the rooms were pristine, individually decorated with nice personal touches. ' - AH - November, 2018

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Tourist attractions

  • The Roman Baths

    A magnificent temple housing a Roman thermal bathing complex.

  • Pulteney Bridge

    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.

  • The Jane Austen Centre

    A permanent exhibition telling the story of Austen's experience in the city of Bath.