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Queensberry Hotel
Russel Street
Bath
Bath

BA1 2QF | View map
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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 feeling of casual luxury, a home from home.

With its courtyard garden the tranquility of the hotel is a welcome surprise in this popular city - a world heritage site. The heart of the hotel is the Olive Tree Restaurant, locally popular, nationally renowned for modern British food in informal surroundings.

A few minutes walk from the Circus and Royal Crescent, a few minutes more from the Roman Baths, Abbey and Pump Rooms.

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Nearest Train Station: Bath Spa
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Ratings/Awards: 3 AA Red
RAC Gold Ribbon
Good Hotel Guide 2016, Editor’s Choice Boutique
Number of Rooms: 29
Number Ensuite: 29

Price per Person

Price Includes: Room only
Double: From £62.50 (classic) £70 (superior) £80 (deluxe)
Single: From £99 - Single occupancy of double room
Suite: From £112.50 (junior) £137.50 (4 poster)
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Restaurant

Name: Olive Tree
Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: Chris Cleghorn
Awards: Taste of the west 2014/15
The Good Food Guide 2015

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Sample Menu:

Chris Cleghorn’s Signature Menu £70

Crab Lasagne, mousse and bisque, basil
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Duck Liver, poached and roasted, blood orange, chicory, peanut
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Turbot, pan fried, mussel, Sea herbs, jersey Royals, white wine sauce
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English Rose Veal, loin, grelot onion, morel, wild garlic, potato purée, sage
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Cashel Blue, celery & pear sorbet, candied walnuts
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Rhubarb & yogurt
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Raspberry Parfait, 70% Valrhona chocolate, stem ginger, raspberry sorbet

Petit Fours

6 individually selected glasses of wine to accompany the Tasting menu £55.00

If you prefer not to have the full menu, please choose a two or three course menu to your liking.
Starter £14.00, Main £26.95, Dessert £9.95

Please note that we add a discretionary10% gratuity to every bill. 100% of tips are shared with the team. If you would like the gratuity removed please advise your waiter who will be happy to do so.

Chris Cleghorn’s Seasonal Tasting Menu £60.00
£50.00 Sunday-Thursday

Appetizer

Mackerel, tomato, fennel and basil
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Asparagus Salad, parmesan, iberico ham, sage
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Salmon Trout , torched and confit, beetroot pureé, baby artichoke, orange
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Lamb, BBQ rump, pea, mint, ewe’s cheese, roscoff onion, cucumber,
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‘Strawberry & Basil’
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Muscovado Mousse , milk chocolate sorbet, salt caramel
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Petit Fours

5 individually selected glasses of wine to accompany the Tasting menu £40.00
If you prefer not to have the full menu, please choose a two or three course menu to your liking.
Starter £12.50, Main £25.00, Dessert £8.95

If you have any dietary requirements or allergies or you simply do not like something, please inform our restaurant team and Chef will be happy to adapt our dishes for you.
Full details of allergen information is available on request.


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