To be found just a few minutes’ stroll from Bath’s spectacular city-centre attractions, The Bird, Bath (previously The County Hotel) has re-branded to fit in with its distinctive new personality as part of the Kaleidoscope Collection. Owned by seasoned hoteliers, Ian and Christa Taylor, The Bird is a name that better reflects the vibrant transformation of the hotel, which has already seen refreshed public spaces, additional bedrooms, a new bar, relaxed restaurant and meeting spaces, as well as a much-loved pop-up beach bar for summer.
Now with 27 en-suite bedrooms featuring every home comfort, many have far-reaching views across the cricket and rugby grounds to Bath Abbey, with the rolling hills of Bath and beyond.
Breakfast is served in a lovely bright dining room, which overlooks Bath Abbey and opens into the conservatory, where morning coffee and afternoon tea can be enjoyed, while the Taylors have also created a wonderfully eclectic neighbourhood bar with relaxed food offering, designed as social hub for work or play. A space for freelancers to work, friends to meet for coffee or a relaxed dinner, there’s a bar for seasonal drinks and various seating areas centred around vast contemporary pieces of art. A separate meeting room also provides a creative space for workshops and get-togethers, private parties, celebrations and more.
Visitors and locals alike won’t have to wait long for the next seasonal pop-up, a visually exciting Winter Wonderland for the festive season, and arguably the coolest party space in town. Set in a fantastical venue full of surprises, woodland branches and spruces will be strewn with fairy lights, tables topped with flickering candelabra and chairs draped in Bavarian rugs to keep you cosy. Everyone is welcome to simply drop in to experience the magical vibe.
The Bird is easily reached via all main approaches to Bath, and has plenty of parking for guests.
While you’ll find many historic hotels in Bath, there aren’t any quite like the luxurious No.15 Great Pulteney. Independently owned and set in three Grade-I Georgian townhouses, No.15 is a quintessentially English luxury townhouse hotel and spa that’s full of surprises and curiosities.
Our 40 bedrooms are individually designed with a supremely comfortable night’s sleep in mind, while also being spaces you’ll want to spend lots of time in. Captivating collections, bespoke art, joyfully unexpected touches, calming colour schemes and ambient lighting all help to create a truly unique experience.
Wonderfully restful sitting rooms with open fires provide the ideal backdrop for relaxing over everything from speciality Origin coffee and homemade patisserie to afternoon tea or simply soaking up the gallery-like feel. Cafe 15 is the hub for delicious dinners and our famed Sunday brunch in intriguing surrounds, while Bar 15 – serving up creative liquid libations and wonderful wines from across the globe – becomes a big part of our focus after dark.
We’re lucky to be in possession of characterful event spaces with plenty of period charm, which lend themselves perfectly to intimate or lavish drinks parties, decadent dinners or super centrally-located meetings.
Sybarites will also be keen to note that we have a spa with a personality all of its own. Bespoke art installations dictate the individual themes in our four treatment rooms, while you’ll also find a large cedar wood hot tub within historic, exposed stone vaults, a lovely barrel-shaped sauna and a separate steam area.
To be found in a peaceful residential area on the grandest street in Bath city centre, you wouldn’t know you’re just a short stroll from the all the city’s boutiques, restaurants and cultural highlights. Just 90 minutes from London by train, and a 10-minute walk from Bath Spa Station, No.15 Great Pulteney is a stylish place to stay and a great place to meet, with a touch of luxury for the curious modern glamour, and plenty to discover. . .
A great tradition providing hospitality for over 150 years, within walking distance of all of Bath’s leading attractions.
The Royal first opened as a hotel in 1846 and has been owned by the present owners since 1995. During this time there has been an ongoing programme of renovation and improvements to ensure that this lovely property, which was designed by Brunel, is well maintained and provides attractive facilities for our many guests.
Dukes stands on Great Pulteney Street, one of the finest boulevards in the Heritage City of Bath. Built over 200 years ago, Dukes comprises of two generously proportioned townhouses and has been engaged as a hotel and guest house for nearly 100 years.
Whether it is the high ceilings, sash windows or hand crafted Sanitan bathroom suites, each of our 17 rooms uniquely reflects on an era of craftsmanship, Georgian elegance and charm.
Great Pulteney Street was commissioned by Sir William Pulteney and completed in 1789. No.53 and No.54 have served as domestic homes, long term lodgings and as a school. In 1919, the two properties were first combined into a private hotel, St Monica’s. In 1985 the name was changed to Dukes Hotel, in honour of His Grace the Duke of Clevedon.
Dukes operated as a full service hotel through until 2012 when the current owners purchased the property and repositioned these magnificent townhouses as an informal and boutique guest house. Now known more simply as ‘Dukes’ or ‘Dukes of Bath’, the reputation and emphasis on service and unforced hospitality will continue to rest at the heart of this wonderful property.
Built in 1835 as a Malt House for the local Radford brewery, The Old Malt House Hotel is now privately owned by Jen & David Beresford. It is situated in the small hamlet of Radford surrounded by beautiful countryside just 6 miles from the centre of the historic city of Bath. From the moment you set foot in the Old Malt House you will be greeted with a warm, friendly welcome and it will be our pleasure to ensure your stay with us is enjoyable and relaxing. The accommodation comprises of 11 tastefully decorated bedrooms,
A 15 bedroom Guest House set in 7 acres of beautiful gardens and terraces which border the Kennet & Avon canal. It’s just a 20 minute walk into Bath along the canal tow path or if you prefer to take a taxi it takes just 3 minutes!
Henrietta House is an elegant, double fronted Georgian townhouse located in a quiet central area of Bath. It was completely renovated in 2011 to provide boutique Bed and Breakfast accommodation.
Privately owned, we provide guests with an excellent personal service. Located in Bath City Centre, only minutes from Bath Abbey, the Roman Baths and Bath Rugby. We are a 10 minute walk from the train and bus stations.
Independently owned by Helen & Laurence Beere The Queensberry Hotel occupies four individual town houses in the centre of Georgian Bath. This relaxed contemporary 4 stars boutique hotel has 29 individually designed bedrooms, combining comfort with the building’s original architectural features. Guests can enjoy a host of complimentary services such as Wifi, shoe shine, evening turn-down and tea and coffee served in the Drawing Room. The Olive Tree Restaurant has been awarded with 3 AA Rosettes and serves the finest modern British cuisine in a relaxed environment.
Harington’s City Hotel is privately owned and operated boutique hotel, set in the heart of the city centre (two minute walk from the Thermae Spa) with ample off-site parking. Each room and bathroom are totally unique. Haringtons offers a small coffee lounge (perfect for an afternoon cream tea). A dapper new edition to Harington’s City Hotel is the luvvly bubbly hot tub. Imagine how super it would be to have the warm bubbles soothe your aching muscles after a busy day shopping, sightseeing, or even at the office…it’s all possible at Harington’s.
Chestnuts House is a fine Edwardian detached house with an enclosed garden and private off street parking. Set in the heart of the beautiful Georgian city of city. It is ideally situated off the main roads and adjacent to Henrietta park, but within a few minutes level stroll of the city centre with its many attractions, restaurants and excellent shopping centre. The House is built from natural Bath stone and has four beautifully decorated and furnished ensuite guest rooms, some with king size and wrought iron beds.
Owners Toni and Dawn have created a splendid and delightful bed & breakfast with superb hospitality in a relaxing atmosphere, all the necessary ingredients for making your stay in Bath a truly memorable experience.
The Roseate Villa Bath occupies a quiet corner of the city. A short walk from the heart of Bath, favoured for its heritage and cultural tourism, The Villa overlooks Henrietta Park, a 7 acre park opened to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria of 1897. Henrietta Park is situated within walking distance of the city centre and is an oasis of tranquility with places to sit quietly or take a relaxing stroll around the circular walk amongst many fine trees and flora that include the Purple Sycamore, Golden Elms, Caucasion Mapel and a line of Baumannii Horse Chestnuts.
The Villa encompasses two converted Victorian houses which have had a characterful legacy. Guests can always request information regarding informative excursions, or knowledge of the best activities whilst on a nonchalant weekend getaway. Take the tour of the Roman Baths and Regency Crescent or witness the views of Prior Park, Jane Austen Museum and the grandeur of Bath Abbey. You can always expect a warm welcome, immaculate hospitality, attention to detail and a genuine connection with every guest when you visit the Roseate Villa Bath.
The Villa houses 21 individual rooms with exclusive features. Every room has a bespoke Hypnos bed, goose down duvets and Egyptian cotton linen. Each attached bathroom is stocked with Penhaligon’s products and large fluffy bath sheets. Our rooms are equipped with a Flat-screen television and Digital Radio. The Villa hosts a private garden for guests to relax and enjoy an indulgent Afternoon Tea.
The Roseate Villa Bath won the Customer service awards (Bath Business Awards)
2016 – 2017 & 2017 – 2018.
Breakfast: The Roseate Villa Bath features a dedicated breakfast chef who will tailor your breakfast preferences to your fancy. The Roseate Villa’s breakfast offering serves freshly baked bread straight from the oven, freshly squeezed orange juice, complimentary smoothies and Bucks Fizz with the food as well as a free-range of eggs, homemade jams and marmalades. Food offerings are locally procured and can be served in-room, breakfast-in-bed style.
Afternoon Tea: Experience a truly exquisite Afternoon Tea, perfect for when you require light refreshment after a day of exploring Bath’s heritage and cultural spots. Our Afternoon Tea symbolizes the quintessential English tea tradition with a few touches of modernity. Expect finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, delicate cakes, chocolate delice, pink lamingtons, macaroons and a host of tea choices, including a Champagne Afternoon Tea, perfect if you’d like to make the experience slightly more fulfilling and memorable.
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