I hate to be the one sour note in the universal praise for Oldfields, but while I thought the hotel was very nice, it is very expensive for what it is - which is basically a very high end B&B.
Yes, Bath is expensive but I've stayed in five star hotels pretty much everyone else in Europe for less than this, and they had more facilities.
Having said that, the room was very nice, the staff friendly and helpful, and the breakfasts were excellent. It's just the price I baulk at.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This large, elegant Victorian property is typical of many Bath houses - superbly positioned and built of the honey-coloured stone for which the City is famous. The house is beautifully furnished with modern features, yet still retains its original character. Situated 10 minutes walk to the city centre and Bath Thermae Spa with its own private car park, Oldfields is the perfect choice for a visit to Bath. 16 en-suite bedrooms, a mix of traditional elegance and contemporary style. All offer flat screen televisions, direct dial telephone, hairdryers, Premium Brand toiletries, hospitality trays, DVD players and some have air-conditioning. There is wireless internet connectivity throughout. Breakfast is served in the dining room overlooking the city and includes full English, fresh seasonal fruits and smoked salmon with scrambled eggs, a vegetarian option, plus special diets can be catered for on request. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Oldfields House Hotel Bath