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Most recent booking for this hotel was 14/06/2013 at 10:38
A stunning country house hotel in Bath, 4 star Combe Grove Manor Hotel is perfectly located for holidays and short breaks in Bath and Somerset. The hotel is just three miles from Bath city centre, and sits nestled in 69 acres of private gardens and woodland with breathtaking views of the Limpley Stoke Valley. For a relaxing luxury break this hotel offers a superb location for exploring Bath and the surrounding area. This hotel near Bath boasts 42 bedrooms including 9 deluxe rooms and suites in the Georgian manor house. You can dine in the Georgian Rooms, hotel’s 2 AA Rosette restaurant, or for a more informal atmosphere sample the many dishes served in the Eden Brasserie with its terrace for alfresco dining (weather permitting). To complete your luxury stay at Combe Grove Manor Hotel, let us pamper you in the hotel’s Beauty Rooms which offer a wide range of spa and beauty treatments, and are the perfect place to relax and unwind. Open to hotel guests and local members alike, the Health Club at Combe...
“ Really lovely setting and wonderful views. Out of town and private which was what we wanted but close enough to town etc with car. Leisure facilities were great and we used pool everyday. Enjoyed the breakfast. It perhaps could have been fresher? Staff were helpful and overall a really great break for the price.
Andrew from Mauchline
Most recent booking for this hotel was 09/06/2013 at 21:42
Built in 1743 by one of the city's most famous architects, John Wood the Elder, Pratt's Hotel has been part of Bath's heritage for more than two centuries and represents a great location for a short break or weekend stay in Bath to explore the city's many historic attractions. The hotel was originally five town houses, but as early as 1791 two of those were being used as boarding houses. Some famous occupants over the years include Sir Walter Scott, William Wilberforce and Dame Peggy Ashcroft. In 1910 Mrs Frederick Pratt bought the boarding house at 5 South Parade, and by 1917 the property was registered as 'Pratt's Hotel'. The building itself has many interesting features, with a variety of character rooms, a classic Georgian restaurant and lounges with open fireplaces, and a bowed landing on the staircase, designed to enable 'chairmen' to carry clients back to their rooms in their sedan chairs after a treatment in the city's famous spa baths. With its famous Roman baths, Abbey, classic Georgian...
“ This was my first visit to Pratts Hotel. Whilst it was faded and tired in appearance, it more than made up for it by being fairly clean and provided all the basics for a short stay. I liked the quaintness and old fashioned appearance and the sagging floors and ceilings and narrow corridors etc.
Ian from Shoreham-By-Sea
St Christopher's Inn, Bath is the most central backpacker base in the city. Bath Abbey, the ancient Roman Baths, the modern-day hot spring spa and the famed Royal Crescent are all within minutes of your doorstep when you stay with us. Add to that the many boutique British shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants lining the cobbled streets of this quintessentially British city, and you’re in sight-seeing heaven! Bath is a perfectly preserved Georgian city in the South-West of England with oodles of history and a lively ambience too. You certainly won’t be lost for something to do during your trip. People from all over the world travel to Bath to see the ancient Roman Baths, the history of Jane Austin and the many museums, parks, theatres, canal paths, and trekking trails! Better yet Stonehenge is only a stone’s throw away from St Christopher’s Inn, Bath. Visiting Stonehenge is always an experience, as you marvel at the sheer magnitude of these great stones and join the debate as to why they're there. Bath is...View details
Villa Claudia is a Victorian House built in 1896 which is conveniently located close to Bath City Centre. We are situated within walking distance to many restaurants and excellent shopping centres. And of the the old Roman Baths Holburne Museum and Bath Abbey to name just a few places memorable places which you can visit during your stay at Villa Claudia.We have Private off-street parking available for guests.The house has 3 excellent En-Suite Guest Rooms with King-Size and Wrought Iron Beds and a Four-Poster Bed. All rooms are bright comfortable and spacious. All rooms are furnished to a very high standard and tastefully decoated. All the rooms have Flat-screen TV'sCD and DVDplayers radioalarm clocksfree WI-FI and teacoffee making facilities.
“ We had a lovely welcome from the owners. The hotel was spotlessly clean. The breakfast was lovely. A short 10 minute walk to town centre. We have rebooked for August. Lovely break. Would recommend.
Amanda from Sidcup
The Royal Crescent Hotel is the most impressively located luxury hotel in the World Heritage City of Bath occupying the two central buildings of the world's finest crescent. The Grade I listed buildings were designed by the famous Georgian Architect John Wood the Younger and were first occupied in 1775.Beyond its magnificent facade lies a hotel renowned for its charm elegance and superb service and the unexpected beauty of the beautiful one-acre landscaped garden leading to the skillfully converted coach houses which now accommodate the award-winning Dower House restaurant and Bath House spa. There are 45 luxury bedrooms in all arranged throughout the five elegant buildings that have been combined to create this remarkable hotel. Every room has its own unique character but each has certain items in common. All rooms have luxuriously appointed en suite bathrooms and are graced with flowers. In addition most enjoy lovely views over the surrounding gardens lawns and parkland. Facilities: Hotel Non-Smoking...View details
Welcome to Abbey Rectory Bed and Breakfast. Set on the edge of the historic city of Bath. Whether you're seeking a rural retreat or an urban adventure our Bed and Breakfast is perfectly located to provide the alternative home away from home. From its humble origins as coachouse and stable block it was converted to a detached house which later served as the rectory for Bath Abbey. Recently upgraded Abbey Rectory has three guest rooms situated on the first floor. Each room is individually furnished with en-suite facilities. Indulge yourself in Beautiful marble granite and ceramic en-suites with under floor heating. Full size bath (Crescent room) or rainshowers with soft linen and bathrobes to complement. Three exclusive rooms enable us to provide our guests with an attentive personal service and every care has been taken to ensure that you have the most comfortable stay possible. The edge of centre location makes it well placed for the historic city centre attractions shopping restaurants cafes bars and...
“ Fantastic stay , really great quality both in accomadation and location to the town. Good breakfast and nice finishing touches that make the experience that much better. Highly recommended
Tim from Redditch
Rated 5 Diamonds Paradise House is one of only 4 establishments in England to be given The Which Hotel Guide 2001 Hotel of the Year Brilliant Award for Bed and Breakfast Accommodation. Superbly situated in a quiet location on the Southern Slopes of Bath Paradise House is just 5 minutes walk from the Station and 7 minutes walk from the City Centre Roman Baths and Abbey. It has been said To find such a splendid 17th Century Mansion with half an acre of lawned gardens so close to the centre of Bath is quite unexpected.A small privately owned hotel where a warm welcome and the highest standard of personal service are offered. Unique in its setting with outstanding panoramic views over the City the hotel has 11 delightful en-suite rooms all individually decorated and furnished to the highest standard. A sumptuous breakfast is served before you head off to explore the World Heritage City of Bath or one of the many areas of interest that are in easy reach from this wonderful City.The hotel is licensed is...
“ We went here for our first year wedding anniversary. The hospitality and location of this guest house was exceptional. I would highly recommend this guest house especially for a romantic break.
Gazala from Bedford
Three storey Victorian Property recently completely renovated and situated 1 mile from the City. Close to Royal Victoria Park and the Royal United Hospital. Warm friendly welcome in relaxed surroundings. Full English Breakfast with Vegetarian and Continental options. Facilities: Hotel Non-Smoking ThroughoutCar parking available onsiteWi-Fi AvailableTVTea/Coffee making facilities in each roomHairdryer in each roomIron And Board In Each RoomCar Parking Available OffsiteWi-Fi Available In Public AreasWi-Fi Available In Rooms[Channels] NewsRadioView details