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Marlborough House
1 Marlborough Lane
Bath
Bath

BA1 2NQ | View map
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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 comfortable in each lovely room. Above all, it is our menu that makes us unique, for we specialise in organic food and vegetarian world cuisine. Our breakfast choices include San Francisco pancakes or fluffy French Toast and organic maple syrup, as well as delicate omelettes with savory mushrooms and breakfast potatoes. We also offer an exotic four course vegetarian dinner for just 15 per person.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Diamonds
Green Merit Award
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7

Price per Person

Double: 32.50 - 42.50
Twin: 32.50 - 42.50
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No Smoking Rooms
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