We went to bath for a long weekend, and enjoyed our stay at this hotel. The decor is lovely and the rooms very cosy - our room did feel a little cold at times when we had come in from exploring in the evening, but there was a small fan heater provided which we used. the bathroom was large and spacious - only problem was that the water temperature kept going from hot to cold in the shower.
We sat by the log fire in the communal lounge one evening which was lovely - they have an honour bar so you help yourself and write down what you have had.
Service was good and the staff very friendly. breakfast was ok - we're vegetarian so not as much choice in hot food. Would have been nice to have muffins or fruit yoghurts, but they had a good selection of cereals and fruit, enough to fill you up.
The location was a little bit out of the centre of bath - the first day we walked in but it took a good half hour, so we got a cab or took the bus after that.
All in all, a good stay.
- 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