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Bath has been represented in the TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice Awards by a number of independent businesses in the city, proving more than ever that the independents are able to provide just as much, if not more than larger corporations.

Four of Bath’s independent properties were recognised by TripAdvisor as being in the top 25 properties for service in the UK. These are among the highest awards given out by TripAdvisor and are based on the reviews of guests.

There were four properties from Bath featured in the list with Dukes at number six, Apsley House at 18, The Roseate Villa at 19 and Henrietta House at 20.

In addition, Apsley house appears in the Top 25 ‘small hotel’ category, Apsley House and Royal Crescent in the ‘Luxury’ category, and Dukes is also listed in the ‘Romance’ category.

You can see the full list here. Congratulations to all the Stay in Bath properties that have been recognised for awards in the past few months!


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