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Cranleigh
159 Newbridge Hill
Bath
Bath

BA1 3PX | View map
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Located in a peaceful residential area, with easy access to the city centre and beyond, the hotel is set within an elegant Victorian House, with many original period features. Just 1.5 miles from the historic city of Bath, you can enjoy the numerous sites and entertainment opportunities during your stay. Also, within walking distance of the hotel there is a local pub and restaurant.

Cranleigh houses 9 en suite rooms, each one individually furnished in a traditional style. They are fully-equipped to ensure that your stay is both comfortable and memorable. The sunny south-facing garden is a good place to relax on warmer days, either to recover from the day or to plan the next whilst browsing the wealth of information in the hotel - maps, leaflets and recommendations from previous guests. For a more relaxing moment, why not book a private session in the hot tub?

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