My wife, son (4yr), and I stayed at the Paradise Hotel for three nights in late March. The entire experience, the hotel and Bath was wonderful. The B&B is very nice in all respects. We had room #1 which looks out over the street / no view. It was still spacious even with an extra bed which was added for my son. It has a very nice 4 poster/canopy bed with nice bedding. The bathroom was modern with a nice bath and nice Molton Brown bath soaps. Breakfast was very nice. A good selection of fruits, cereals, breads, eggs. Our son had scambled eggs and smoked salmon a number of mornings and loved it. Every night we had a couple of "Gem" Ales delivered to the room. We also appreciated the VCR and tapes available - helped with the kid a couple of times. We found the location of the hotel great. I was just outside the 'downtown' just past the train station / river. There is a hill on the way back to the hotel. A lot of people have noted how daunting the hill is, but be real. We had a stroller and a 4 year old and made it home walking every night. Yes, I asked the 4 year old to get out and walk when we had the stroller to make it easier, but I also carried him on my shoulders once. We are in our early 40's so don't be afraid of the hill. A great way to burn off some of the calories from dinner. Dinner Resturants: Martini's - Good, Moon and Six Pence - Very Good, great wine list, Tilley's Bistro - Very Good, interesting / unique menu. Lunch Resturants - The Huntsman - Fine. Day Trips: Roman Baths - My kid loved it. Great guided and audio tour. City Tour Bus Ride - My kid loved it. Find a coupon somewhere 2 for 1. Good tour. Stonehenge: My wife thought it was a bunch of rocks, yes, but really old rocks. I liked it. About a 75 minutes to drive there. We ate at a Rose & Crown Pub on the way back to Bath.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An elegant Georgian House, dating back to 1735, built of classic honey coloured Bath stone. The dignified exterior conceals more than half an acre of magnificent walled gardens with splendid views out over the city of Bath. Small and privately owned, our aim is to offer the best personal service with attention to every detail. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Paradise House Hotel Bath