Bath is known for many things; for its spas, architecture, history and culture, but chief amongst them all is its beauty. The Good Hotel Guide share five of their favourite hotels in Bath to consider for your next trip...
Described as ‘near faultless’ by one reviewer, The Queensberry is a townhouse-style hotel where service is spectacular and attention to detail is high. Home to the three AA Rosette Olive Tree restaurant, the Queensberry is renowned for its culinary excellence. Afternoon tea in the garden is our favourite treat when the weather is fine.
In the centre of town, Abbey Hotel is lively, stylish and highly praised by all who visit. The hotel’s refurbished rooms are a brilliant portrayal of what a boutique hotel should look like, and its location is exemplary, with Bath’s historic sights right on your doorstep. Don’t miss Abbey Hotel’s Allium restaurant, which offers a menu of classic dishes alongside the more sophisticated, headed up by executive Chef, Chris Staines.
Three Abbey Green
A glamorous B&B, Three Abbey Green is a Grade II Georgian house nestled away in Abbey Green, a stone’s throw from the Abbey and Roman Baths. With its honeyed palette and original features still intact, there is even a Jane Austen wing for a real sense of period romance. Three Abbey Green is friendly and accommodating, as well as charmingly styled – just what you want from an upmarket bed and breakfast.
The Royal Crescent Hotel and Spa
Very much a jewel in Bath’s accommodation crown, The Royal Crescent Hotel and Spa has re-emerged following a multi-million pound renovation. The hotel is everything you could want it to be; excellent food, stylish rooms, a beautiful spa and all perfectly located for exploring the city on one of Bath’s picture perfect crescents. The acre of gardens are simply delightful, a haven of calm on a sunny day.
No.15 Great Pulteney
The endearingly quirky No.15 Great Pulteney takes up three Georgian townhouses in the heart of the city, with an eclectic selection of individually-designed bedrooms. Enjoy the cosy cocktail bar, or treat yourself to a scrumptious afternoon tea. With various seasonal dining options, you're able to indulge all day - if you're one to be charmed by the little details, No.15 certainly delivers.
This selection is from the Good Hotel Guide’s Hotels in Bath.