Having just returned home from a 2 night stay at Number 17 in bath, we left very disappointed at the accommodation. There are great reviews for the place here on trip advisor but I'm afraid that whilst the room itself was lovely, the stay was let down by some small but important things. Firstly, the en suite bathroom was quite possibly the smallest I've ever seen. It was built as a box in the corner of the room and was incredibly tiny. I'm not a big guy at 5 10 and 80kg but even I couldnt move in there without banging into something. Tiny sink, impossible to shave in, tiny shower and rusty towel hangers and toilet brush too. We also thought we'd chosen a stag and hen free zone however, on returning back to the room at 11pm one evening we were met with a drunken party of girls playing music way too loud and heading out. Yes, the noise returned when they staggered back at 3am in the morning.
Not worth the money and a real shame as the main room was lovely.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- No 17 offers boutique self-catering apartments on a night by night basis, for individuals, couples, families and groups. Our cosy accommodation comprises six king studio apartments and a two-bedroom garden apartment sleeping up to four people. Situated in the centre of Bath and built in 1873, Number 17 is set in its own beautiful gardens offering fine views of Bath Abbey and the city. We have brought together the best of modern and traditional, to place comfort and hospitality at the heart of your stay. ... more less
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