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Packed with Georgian delights, Bath was once second only to London in the social scene; and is still somewhere that has to be visited to breathe in the history and the atmosphere of a bustling small city.. Read More

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Queensberry Hotel

Queensberry Hotel

A stylish townhouse hotel in the heart of Georgian Bath, the Queensberry marries the best of contemporary hotelkeeping with classical regency architecture. Welcoming, eclectic bedrooms, intriguing staircases and cosy reception rooms give the hotel a ... More | Double Room: From 62.50 (classic) 70 (superior) 80 (deluxe) | visit website

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Carfax Hotel

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Three Georgian Town Houses in Bath's famous Great Pulteney St, with car park, lifts, restaurant and affordable prices. Centrally located, Carfax is an ideal base from which to work or explore ... More

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Apsley House Hotel

Apsley House Hotel
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A classic Georgian House built in 1830 by the Duke of Wellington, just over 1 mile from the city centre, with private parking. Apsley House is owned and run by Claire ... More | Double Room: From 35
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Pratts Hotel

Pratts Hotel
In the heart of historic Bath, Pratt's Hotel is just a 5-minute walk from the magnificent Bath Abbey. The hotel has a traditional restaurant, elegant bedrooms and a cosy bar. The bright and airy bedrooms each ... More | visit website
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The Moody Goose at The Old Priory

The Moody Goose at The Old Priory
The beautiful Old Priory Hotel dates back to medieval times and offers guests a delightful place to stay in the heart of Somerset. The hotel is also home to the famed Moody Goose restaurant which ... More | visit website
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Marlborough House

Marlborough House

Marlborough House is an enchanting and unusual small hotel in the heart of Georgian Bath. Exquisitely furnished with elegant antiques, but run in a friendly and informal style, you will feel immediately relaxed and ... More | Double Room: 32.50 - 42.50 | visit website

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Villa Magdala

Villa Magdala
The Villa Magdala is a charming Victorian town house hotel with a unique and tranquil location. Located in a quiet residential area opposite Henrietta Park, it is only a five minutes level walk to ... More | Double Room: From 47 | visit website
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Bailbrook House

Bailbrook House

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This Georgian mansion is a 5-minute drive from Bath city centre and 10 minutes from junction 18 of the M4. It is set in 24 acres of gardens and parkland.
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Old Rectory

Old Rectory
Delightful Grade II listed Rectory, an excellent example of Victorian gothic architecture. Set in 8 acres with gardens and orchard, it is just a stroll to the medieval village of Lacock, and good pubs ... More | Double Room: From 80 - 90 | visit website
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Ston Easton Park

Ston Easton Park
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The elegance of this 1740 Palladian Mansion, 12 miles from Bath, gives the impression of a sumptuous private country house rather than an award-winning hotel. The beautiful reception rooms, with ... More | Double Room: From 175

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