Dukes is a lovely listed building on a corner of Great Pulteney Street and is one of the best locations in Bath - completely quiet but very central. Strictly speaking it's no longer a hotel but an upmarket B&B, having closed its well-regarded Cavendish restaurant a while ago.Other reviewers have mentioned the stairs, and it's probably a good idea to ask for a specific room on the ground floor or first floor, using their website as a guide. Our room (Argyll) was comfortable, if starting to look a little worn around the edges, and breakfast was good (although personally I don't much like basement breakfast rooms). The ability to park outside the hotel using their parking permit was a great bonus - try to arrange this if you can.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dukes stands on Great Pulteney Street - one of the finest boulevards in the Heritage City of Bath. Built over 200 years ago, Dukes comprises of two very generously proportioned town houses and has been engaged as a hotel and guest house for over 100 years. Whether it is the high ceilings, sash windows or hand crafted Sanitan bathroom suites, each of our rooms uniquely reflects on an era of craftsmanship, Georgian elegance and charm. Being less than a 10 minute flat walk to the centre, as a guest you can easily access all the attractions that Bath has to offer. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dukes Hotel Bath