Located just a short walk away from the city centre of Bath (UK), this luxury hotel and spa is set in an 1835 Georgian manor in a residential area. Privately owned, this country house hotel built on land once owned by The Priory of Bath Abbey, is warm and welcoming like the city of Bath itself.
Each of the 33 rooms are individually designed and decorated down to the finest details; from gargoyles and dramatic arches, to beautiful paintings adorning the walls, freshly cut flowers and French Belle Epoque chandeliers, the atmosphere is lovely. All rooms are named after a flower; according to the website, “Heather and Lilac rooms offer "Romeo and Juliet" balconies overlooking the gardens while others, such as Carnation and Bluebell, boast four poster beds.” All rooms offer crisp white linen and comfortable beds to guarantee a restful night. Guests can further relax in the Garden Spa, complete with indoor and outdoor pools and a full range of beauty treatments to enjoy.
One of the hotel’s greatest assets is the Michelin-starred restaurant where Executive Chef Sam Moody offers up some of the most delicious British dishes. For dinner, guests can choose to surprise their palettes with a ten course offering.
A 15-minute walk from the stunning Royal Crescent, guests will be overwhelmed by the beauty both within and outside the walls of The Bath Priory.