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The Bath Priory Hotel, Restaurant and Spa
Weston Road
Bath
Bath

BA1 2XT | View map
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Situated in four acres of beautiful award-winning gardens, The Bath Priory Hotel and Restaurant is a stylish English Country House with a tranquil atmosphere. The hotel's close proximity to the centre of Georgian Bath allows easy access to the world famous roman Baths, a wealth of museums, antique shops and historic attractions.

The Bath Priory is one of Bath's finest examples of Gothic architecture and was built as a private residence in 1835 on land once owned by The Priory of Bath Abbey. Later it became a boys' prep school before being converted into a hotel in 1969. The property was enlarged in 1979 and 1986 and fully refurbished in 1997 when nine further bedrooms, a health and spa leisure facility were discreetly introduced.

Our Michelin Star restaurant enjoys beautiful views of the gardens and houses a fine collection of contemporary paintings, with our private dining rooms accommodating up to 64 guests.

The grounds have been lovingly tended over the past century and contain a variety of well-established plants, trees and shrubs. Nestling in a secluded corner of the garden is our sun terrace and heated outdoor swimming pool (open in the summer months).

All 27 luxury en-suite bedrooms are of the highest quality and provide state-of-the-art telecommunications facilities and amenities. The Garden Spa leisure facility offers a heated indoor pool, well -equipped gymnasium, sauna, steam room and solarium.

The Bath Priory Hotel and Restaurant is one of Britain's finest country house hotels where many original features and a stylish English elegance have been preserved for the exclusive pleasure of every visitor and guest.

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Nearest Train Station: Bath
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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars
Michelin Star
Number of Rooms: 27
Number Ensuite: 27

Price per Room:

Double: From £245
Single: From £200
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Restaurant

Cuisine: Fine Dining
Chef: Chris Horridge
Awards: Michelin Star
Voted in the top 5 by Toptable Dining Awards
One of the top 40 UK restaurant's as awarded by Good Food Guide 2008

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Credit Cards Accepted
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Disabled Access
Open All Year
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Gym
Swimming Pool
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Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities

Sample Menu:

STARTERS

‘PAILLETTE’ OF ROASTED QUAIL
WITH THE SEASONS VEGETABLES AND SHOOTS

A STUDY: SCALLOPS, ROASTED,
LIME MARINATED AND BAKED ‘EN COQUILLE’

ROASTED FOIE GRAS
WITH QUINCE PUREE AND FOIE GRAS TORCHON; ALMOND CREAM
(£5.00 Supplement)

MAIN COURSE

TRANCHE OF BRILL
WITH LENTILS, BACON AND FENNEL PUREE; FENNEL POLLEN FOAM

‘ANJOU’ PIGEON
ROASTED WITH JABUGO HAM AND CELERIAC;
PEARL BARLEY AND REDCURRANTS

SLOW POACHED SADDLE OF FALLOW DEER,
SWEET POTATO AND LIQUORICE REDUCTION


DESSERTS

COLLAGE OF FRUIT,
SOME AS NATURE INTENDED; COCONUT AND MILK

NOUGATINE LEAVES
WITH MANUKA HONEY MOUSSE AND LAVENDER TRUFFLED GOATS CHEESE; OUR GARDEN ROCKET MILK

CHOCOLATE WITH A TASTE OF THE EXOTIC;
TONKA YOGHURT SORBET REVEALING CASSIA BARK

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