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Accommodation FAQs

There are a number of ways to book your accommodation in Bath…

Book online: We have availability right through the year as well as last minute from establishments throughout Bath and the surrounding area. Even if you are looking for late rooms, you can use our quick and secure online booking service to view current availability and book accommodation in Bath online.

Telephone bookings: Call 01225 614420 and speak to our staff, who have excellent knowledge of the accommodation available and are happy to do all the necessary research for you, leaving you to relax.

How we secure your booking: we will take a non-refundable deposit of 10% of the total confirmed booking price. This will be deducted from your final bill at your chosen establishment. Terms and Conditions apply.

The telephone booking service operates between:
09.30 - 17.30 Monday to Saturday
10.00 - 16.00 Sunday

All accommodation listed on this website is part of a nationally recognised brand, has been inspected by one of the ratings authorities (Visit Britain or the AA) (e.g. Hilton or Holiday Inn), or is VisitBath approved (see below). Ratings are your sign of quality assurance, giving you the confidence to book accommodation that meets your expectations. As a general guide the following descriptions apply for ratings given to all types of accommodation:

• 1 star - simple, practical, no frills.
• 2 stars - well-presented and well run.
• 3 stars - good level of quality and comfort.
• 4 stars - excellent standard throughout.
• 5 stars - exceptional with a degree of luxury.

Find further information on the accommodation ratings scheme here.

Visit Bath Approved
The Visit Bath Approved grading is a locally recognised standard, assessed and accredited by VisitBritain. It indicates that accommodation meets basic legal requirements and offers an acceptable level of cleanliness.

Green Accommodation
Bath has a strong commitment to sustainability and has introduced a number of green strategies. The UK Green Tourism Business Scheme recognises places to stay that are taking action to support the local area and wider environment. A number of businesses in Bath are getting involved and joining the scheme to offer visitors green accommodation in Bath.

Green Tourism Business Scheme Participants:

» University of Bath - Gold Award 2009
» Church Farm Country Cottages - Silver Award 2011
» Queensberry Hotel - Silver Award 2009
» The Bath Priory Hotel - Silver Award 2009
» Beeches Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast - Bronze Award 2009
» Limpley Stoke Hotel - Bronze Award 2009
» Leigh Park Hotel & Vineyard - Bronze Award 2009

NAS Gradings
A selection of accommodation and attractions in Bath have been independently assessed by the National Accessible Scheme allowing you to choose establishments to suit your needs. Assessed properties and attractions include features such as ramps, handrails, hearing loops and information in large print or audio format.

The ratings are split into three categories:
» Mobility impaired and older people
» Visually impaired and blind people
» Hearing impaired and deaf people

Typical Logos Explained

 M1 (Mobility) Suitable for a guest able to climb a small amount of stairs
 but who would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance.

M2 (Mobility) Suitable for part time wheelchair users with restricted
walking ability.

M3 (Mobility) Suitable for a guest who is dependent on a wheelchair who
transfers unaided to and from a wheelchair to a seated position.

M3A (Mobility) Suitable for assisted wheelchair users who may need a hoist
or a carer to transfer to a seated position.

V1 (Visual) Suitable for guests who have difficulty reading small print, are registered
blind, or have visual impairment.

V2 (Visual) An exceptional level of facilities suitable to anyone from mild sight loss
to having no sight at all.

H1 (Hearing) Suitable for guests with slight hearing difficulties, are deaf, wear a hearing aid or
have hearing impairment.

H2 (Hearing) An exceptional level of facilities suitable to anyone from mild hearing loss to
profound deafness.

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