Beyond providing guests with a nicely renovated historic building, the owner and staff were remarkably helpful and friendly. The rooms were attractive and comfortable and fully appointed (irons and ironing boards can be hard to come by in Europe), including a way to heat water for tea and coffee in our rooms. Breakfast was terrific and certainly held us through late afternoon; tea came any time we needed it in the drawing room during the day; a well-stocked honors bar was available well into late evening. The walk into town was just right, took us through Victoria Gardens and/or the Royal Crescent and good local pubs, and gave us a good feel for the local community. If I would change anything, this would be to find slightly higher quality toiletries, including, maybe, some body lotion, in the rooms--we had to pick some up in town. Personal service was outstanding, the beds genuinely comfortable. We are looking forward to returning, knowing that whatever we need will be cared for.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A privately owned Georgian House built by the Duke of Wellington in 1830. Situated just over a mile from the city, free parking, garden, licensed bar and drawing room. En-suite bedrooms with Super-King Beds and Four-Posters, individually decorated with Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs, hospitality trays and Molton Brown products. Freshly cooked breakfast served in the elegant dining room. A taste of Georgian Bath at its finest with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Apsley Hotel Bath