A gem of a country house hotel in Wiltshire near Bath and Chippenham - Beechfield House luxury hotel is privately owned and run and located where the West Country gets interesting - One of the finest luxury hotels near Bath the wonderful country house hotel accommodation comprises 24 good-sized bedrooms - Those in the main house are each decorated and furnished in a delightful country house traditional style whilst those in the newly refurbished coach house are more contemporary boutique in style - The Beechfield House AA rosette restaurant is one of the finest restaurants in Wiltshire and
The BEST WESTERN Abbey Hotel is in our humble opinion the best located tourist hotel in Bath - the Roman Baths, Abbey, Pulteney Bridge, Thermae Spa, shopping and a varied menu of restaurants nearby make it almost impossible to come to any other conclusion! The great news is that tons of tours leave from the hotel to make sure your stay is packed to the stylish rafters with even more interest and intrigue! Train and bus stations are no distance away, and public parking by the Police Station means you'll enjoy reassurance while you rest.
Welcome to Express by Holiday Inn Bath The Express by Holiday Inn Bath is situated in the heart of the beautiful Roman City of Bath. We are happy to provide a wide range of tourist information to ensure you don’t miss out on any of the stunning and fascinating sights and scenes of the city, from The Thermae Spa and Bath Abbey to the Roman Pump Rooms and the Jane Austen Centre which are all within walking distance. The hotel is also situated within close proximity to the Bath Spa University, University of Bath and Bath Rugby.
Explore historic Bath from the Hilton Bath City hotel in the heart of the city on the River Avon. Eat at the riverside Zuccotta Restaurant work out at the 24-hour gym or relax and enjoy a coffee in the hotel*s 24-hour lounge bar. The Hilton Bath City hotel is set amid the fine Georgian architecture of central Bath. Visit Bath attractions like Royal Crescent Theatre Royal Roman Baths or relax at the Thermae Bath Spa. Only 90 minutes by train from London do business in the 4 meeting rooms for 2-200.
Homewood Park-Member of Von Essen Hotels a private collection of individual country houses in the UK- Scotland and France-Luxury Country House Hotel. Homewood Park is a very gracious country house hotel near Bath and one of the loveliest country house hotels in the West Country. Set in beautiful countryside- it is only six miles from Bath and only 30 minutes from the M4. Homewood Park has received many accolades and much praise for the service and facilities provided and guests always appreciate the warm- welcoming and relaxing atmosphere.
An imposing 14th century ivy-clad hideaway with 21st century comforts in one of the Cotswolds prettiest villages. The Manor House Hotel is set in 365 acres of beautiful wooded parkland with a Peter Alliss-designed golf course, Italian gardens, lawns that sweep down to the river and a wonderful Michelin-starred restaurant, Bybrook. You can choose to stay in the grand house or in a delightful Grade II listed mews cottage. Either way, you can lose yourself in a maze of spacious rooms and cosy hidey-holes, curl up by a roaring fire or enjoy a decadent cream tea on a pretty sunshine terrace.
Set in the heart of historic Bath is Pratts Hotel - a hotel which prides itself on its warm and friendly welcome - Built in the heady days of Beau Nash - Pratts Hotel has been part of the heritage of the city for more than 200 years - This classical Georgian hotel built from famous Bath stone was originally 5 townhouses - 2 of which were used as boarding houses for some famous occupants including Sir Walter Scott - William Wilberforce and Dame Peggy Ashcroft - Mrs Frederick Pratt bought the boarding house at No 5 in 1910 and by 1917 the property was registered as Pratts Hotel - Today the ho
The Redcar Hotel is an elegant Georgian Town House Hotel in the lovely city of Bath and situated beside Henrietta Park. We can be reached by a pleasant walk over Pulteney Bridge into the largely traffic free city centre. Henrietta Street, on which The Redcar Hotel stands, was designed between 1788 and 1792 by Sir William Pulteney and named after his daughter Henrietta Laura Pulteney. Three Georgian town houses were first converted into a Hotel in 1949.