The Hotel is clean and comfortable and the food above average. It is situated on a steep hill but there is a bus stop within a few yards with a bus service every 20 minutes into the town centre. The lift is small holds three people at a time but we experienced no hold ups. If one is disabled it would be best to check with the hotel as the floors have a few steps between bedrooms. I went with a coach party and some members walked with a stick but I never heard anyone say they had and difficulty moving about the hotel. An added bonus is the helpfulness and efficiency of the friendly staff. If you intend to stay in Bath the Lansdown Grove is worth giving serious consideration.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath is part of the architectural history of Bath and one of the oldest hotels in the city, dating back as far as 1770. Bath itself has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and contains some of the finest architectural sites in Europe, most within walking distance of the hotel. The hotel is a stone built, grade 2 listed mansion, typical of the period, described in The Times of Friday 13th July 1860 as "one of the most delightful houses in Bath." The Hotel is in a magnificent location, just 15 minutes walk from the historic town centre. The hotel enjoys delightful views over the Georgian part of Bath and wooded hills beyond. The interior boasts high ceilings and elegant plaster work, with 56 bedrooms over 3 floors. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lansdown Grove Hotel Bath
- Lansdown Grove Bath
- Lansdowne Grove Hotel