Enjoy a restorative night’s sleep in a comfy bed and you’ll be sure to wake up refreshed, rested and ready to explore all of Bath’s historic sights and attractions. Rest up in one of Bath’s luxury spa or unique boutique hotels, and read on for some recommendations for the perfect night’s slumber.
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For those looking to unwind…
The Gainsborough Bath Spa Hotel
For when you don’t want to compromise on location over luxury, The Gainsborough Bath Spa offers five-stars in the heart of Bath. Experience the Spa Village and 'take the waters' in the natural thermal pools. Continue your spa circuit by unwinding in traditional and infrared saunas, a steam room and bracing ice alcove. Have a treatment that’s perfectly tailored to you with personalised aromatherapy oils.
The Gainsborough Bath Spa will be reopening in accordance with Government guidance from 17th May. Their Georgian Townhouse, offering peaceful and private accommodation spread over four floors, with three bedrooms accommodating five people, will be available on a self-catering basis from 12th April.
The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa
If you’re looking for a luxe abode, look no further than the sumptuous Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa. The five-star hotel stands tall in the centre of the world-famous Royal Crescent and opens onto beautifully tranquil hidden gardens. The state-of-the-art spa facilities include a Himalayan salt-infused sauna and a vitality pool with massage jets.
While the hotel will be reopening fully on 17th May, outdoor dining, afternoon teas and spa days are on offer from 14th April.
The Bath Priory
A stroll through leafy Royal Victoria Park will lead you to the magnificent Bath Priory Hotel. The Garden Spa is the only spa in the UK that is partnered with luxury skincare brand L’Occitane, using the finest natural ingredients from the Provence region of France. The grand Georgian property is nestled within acres of award-winning gardens.
The Bath Priory will reopen its doors from 17th May. They are currently taking reservations and the team are on hand to help with new booking enquiries.
For those looking to soak up Bath’s culture…
No.15 Great Pulteney
Situated along the fashionable Great Pulteney Street, just a short walk from Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths, No.15 Great Pulteney has the wow factor from the minute you step through the door. Every inch of the hotel is adorned with eclectic and stunning pieces of artwork, installations and displays. It really is like staying in your very own private art gallery.
Reopening their doors in accordance with Government guidelines, No.15 will provide a warm welcome once again on 17th May.
Opposite the Canary Gin Bar and tucked away on a cobbled passageway, you’ll find the quirky Harington’s Hotel. A stay at the Harington’s is a real treat, and every bedroom has been carefully designed and fantastically furnished. All of Bath’s historic sights are right on your doorstep, and after a day of exploration why not unwind in the private hot tub with a glass of bubbly?
Broad Street Townhouse
A boutique 11-bedroom hotel set within a Grade II listed building, Broad Street Townhouse's rooms are luxuriously designed with an eye for style and detail. Statement pieces and individual artwork are found throughout each, and they all have king size beds, smart TVs and Roberts radios, promising a relaxing stay.
You’ll also find rainfall shower heads and sustainable bamboo amenities in the bathrooms. For a bite to eat, head to their café-bar, The Blind Pig, or pop next door to the pub for a pint or two at neighbourhood favourite The Pig & Fiddle.
Broad Street Townhouse will reopen on 17th May.
The Bird, Bath
Just a few minutes' stroll from Bath's city-centre attractions, The Bird, Bath is a boutique hotel with enviable views over Bath Rugby's ground, The Rec, towards Bath Abbey. The 31 rooms range from spacious family rooms to cosy hideaways at the top of the house. They also have a restaurant, Plate, from which you'll be able to dine outdoors on their terrrace or in their heated Pavilions, launching on 12th April.
Reopening for guests travelling for reasons outlined by the Government from 12th April, and opening for leisure guests from 17th May, the hotel are launching three self-contained terrace rooms for leisure guests to enjoy from 12th April.
For those looking for a peaceful retreat…
Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa
The perfect countryside retreat, Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa is a magnificent listed Palladian mansion set in 500 acres of extensive parkland. Offering an outstanding spa, classically designed gardens, a unique Equestrian Centre and an award-winning restaurant, Lucknam Park is the ideal place to get away from it all, relax and rejuvenate.
Lucknam will reopen their doors on 12th April with three luxury self-catering cottages, alfresco dining, spa days and a host of outdoor experiences. From 17th May, the hotel and restaurants will reopen.
THE PIG-near Bath
A restaurant with 29 bedrooms, THE PIG-near Bath sits in the heart of the rolling Mendip hills. With an obsessive commitment to home-grown and local produce, celebrating the seasons and using only the best, freshest and most authentic foods and ingredients, all produce served at THE PIG is sourced from within a 25-mile radius. THE PIG’s bedrooms mix a touch of luxury with bundles of homely charm – book into a Big Comfy Luxe Room with a freestanding bath for the ultimate indulgence.
THE PIG will reopen for stays in their self-contained rooms and will offer outdoor dining from 12th April; overnight stays and indoor dining will relaunch from 17th May.