A lovely west country city of world-class Georgian architecture, ancient and modern spas, and an atmosphere of romance and refinement.
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No 15 Great Pulteney
Bath, Somerset, United Kingdom (UK)|www.guesthousehotels.co.uk|
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This elegant townhouse – well, it’s actually 6 interconnected ones – is designed with a mix of reverence for its Georgian roots and an eye for modern art. There’s an often-lively bar, a snug dining room and six treatment rooms packed in downstairs, including the brilliantly OTT Copper Room, complete with a huge copper bath.
Even the smallest of the hotel’s 37 rooms are thoughtfully laid out and boast walk-in showers and a record table (with LPs available from reception). There’s real attention to detail throughout – you can even be met at Bath Spa Station by a member of staff who will transport your luggage for you and give you a map to get your city break started.
If it’s your first time to Bath and you want to be within walking distance of its delights, this is the perfect jumping-off point.
It’s located on Great Pulteney Street, arguably Bath’s grandest road. A few minutes’ walk south and you’re in central Bath, near the Abbey, Roman Baths and Milsom Street’s elegant shops.
Go north to find the Holbourne Museum and the edges of Bath – including the pretty Kennet & Avon canal path.
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