Bloomfield House Eco Bed and Breakfast
Please see Bloomfield House Eco Bed and Breakfast's website for details of reopening.
Bloomfield House is one of the finest Georgian family houses overlooking what is arguably England's most beautiful city and it is only a 20-minute walk to the city centre. Built in the 1790's, most likely by Baldwin, Bath's leading architect of the day, it was once the home of the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress.
At Bloomfield, exceptionally elegant rooms, fine art, antiques and splendid views combine with environmental credentials. Full English breakfasts are organic, Fairtrade, and provided by local suppliers.
House-trained children and, by arrangement, pets, are welcome.
In addition to regular bed and breakfast, environmental seminars and small conferences also take place at the hotel. These are run by visiting organisations or facilitated by the proprietors, Karen and Robert Barnard-Weston, who also co-founded Bath's Farmers' Market, the first in England.
Seminar delegates are encouraged to bring their partners along, thus adding a relaxing weekend break to their professional sojourn during the weekdays. Others simply come for R-and-R: revelling and romance!