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Queen Charlotte's Orangery
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Reviewed 23 February 2009

I have been to bath many times before as i love the city and feel it is one of the best places to go for a weekend getaway. I have never had a bad experience anywhere i have stayed in bath, but i have never had an experience as good as this one. The place was magnificently different to anywhere else you will stay, from the decor to the charming couple that own the property.

The prices are very reasonable and the location is a very short walk to the centre of town.

The owners were very helpful and were able answer all questions we had, and even helped me book a table to a lovely restaurant that they recommended.

Thank you very much for a memorable stay, will definitely be back.

  • Stayed: February 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank jamesk1983
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Reviewed 23 February 2009

This charming B&B is perfectly based for couples wanting to explore Bath on foot. Just 5 minutes walk from the city centre, we left our car for the duration and were able to walk everywhere. We wouldn't recommend it for children - this a grown-up and elegant residence.

Staying here is like staying in a (very grand) private house, and the friendliness of the owners made our stay a magical experience. Everything was done on a luxury scale, the breakfasts could be anything you asked for, the rooms were comfortable and chic, the bathrooms elegant.

It is hard to imagine that anywhere else in Bath can match this B&B in value for money for location.

  • Stayed: February 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank Discerning_people
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Reviewed 19 February 2009

Queen Charlotte's Orangery in Bath was a fantastic find! We stayed in the Amelia Room, which has THE most comfortable bed we have ever slept in. It is a unique place, and the hosts Greg and Denise were so welcoming! The central location means a short walk down beautiful pulteney street and you're in amongst all of the Bath attractions within minutes. The perfect place to stay!

  • Stayed: January 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank travelbugSussex
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Reviewed 17 December 2008

We recently spent a long weekend in Bath for the Christmas Markets and stayed at the Queen Charlotte Orangery. This B & B is delightful, quaint and quirky. The owners are very friendly and welcoming. We stayed in the Charlotte suite, (accessed by walking through the main kitchen and into its own little entrance), which has an enormous silver bed, very comfy, and French windows overlooking the Italian ornate patio garden. The bathroom had a walk in shower, enormous fluffy towels, robes and under floor heating although the bedroom was a bit too warm for our liking and we switched off the additional heater. You enter the main B & B through the orangery wall into a circular breakfast/dining room with a beautiful domed glass roof and two very large French doors onto the patio gardens. It would be delightful to stay here in the summer and eat outside. We thought it was lovely to share a breakfast table with the other guests (total of 3 rooms so never more than 6 dining) but understand this not to everyone’s taste. Breakfast was a generous plate of fresh fruit and full English cooked to order, very tasty, but I do have a couple of points to make. I hate having to ask for more and we did have to ask for more toast, we also had to request jam as the pot was empty. There were no napkins or condiments on the table and although they were provided when asked for it would have been better not to ask, and the sauces came in the plastic bottles – decanting would have been a better idea and more fitting of the surroundings, the butter was in little dishes so why not the condiments? I think at the rates charged these are the little things that would make it ‘perfect’ I would also like to see displayed fire and safety regulations, opening the French windows in our room took a while and was the only exit apart from going through the kitchen and dining room. We were given a parking permit with the room (at a £10 daily charge) which enabled you to park anywhere in zone 1. Perfect for shopping as we left the car by the bridge and just kept popping back to fill the boot! The Orangery is a 10 minute walk from the centre of town and almost opposite the park and art museum. I love Bath and this place was a bit different to the usual hotels we stay in. We really enjoyed our stay here, if you like old and non matching this is the perfect place to stay. We can also recommend Clarkes bar and restaurant on the corner of Poultney Bridge for excellent Sunday roasts and warm hospitality. Woods restaurant and the Moon and Sixpence are also worth a visit for a delicious meal.

  • Stayed: December 2008, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 6 December 2008

We spent a very enjoyable 2 nights B&B. We found the house the same as it was described on the website. On arrival we were offered a tray of tea which was very welcome following our long drive from London.
Our room was decorated to a very high quality with a lovely 4 poster bed. The furniture was antique and very suited to the room.
We had a nice spacious en-suite bathroom with good quality towels & tolietries. Our room was cleaned well each day.
We found Greg very hospitible.
The breakfast was hearty & fresh. There was fresh fruit daily which was very nice.
All in all a very enjoyable stay in the beautiful city of Bath which we hope to return to soon.

  • Stayed: November 2008, travelled as a couple
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Thank barnet07
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