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Toll Bridge Rd, Batheaston, Bath BA1 7DE, UK – 01225 858476
The hotel is about two outside Bath. We had a room at the lodge, we were lucky that we had the upstairs end room. We had a river view and of the bridge The room was quite big and the bathroom was large as well. The breakfast room was over looking the river and bridge. It was a buffet breakfast. We were very pleased with our stay and would stay again. We found out before hand that we could get a boat from the pub across the bridge into Bath. Which we found very enjoyable, the boat stops running October for the winter. The boat trip was lovely because we didn't have to drive into Bath centre and find parking. Well worth a visit.
This was a great find, we did the boat trip from Bath and saw everyone going into the first pub, but I had noticed another place a bit further up. Really glad we walked the extra 2 minutes as it was a lot quieter and the food was great. It is also the only pub in the UK to get all its electricity from a working water mill. It was located in a lovely spot with all the seating having great views over the river. Great value food and drink K.
Lansdown Rd, Bath BA1 5EH, UK – 0844 499 9357
Such a beautiful hotel with so much character, the rooms are spacious kept warm and clean, fresh towels daily, bed made up , we had a fantastic room couldn't fault it at all. The staff were very helpful and friendly, and the food was delicious, loving the buffet breakfast. Bath is a beautiful city so this hotel is so Ideal, it's about a 10 minute walk to city but if you don't want to Walk back then catch the bus.
Cute hotel with beautiful gardens. Great standard English breakfast. Great views. Lovely staff, really the nice staff made the whole stay. We stay in ambassador rooms which I'm told are newer. Nicely updated and very clean bathrooms. The hotel is a little dated and could use some touch ups but we really had a great stay.
159 Newbridge Hill, Bath BA1 3PX, UK – 01225 310197
Some time holidays that happened can be called one of the best days in life. This holiday was exactly this type. Bath is our "love at first sight", with it's unique streets, architecture and green parks. Bath is one of a kind. And not the last thing did Cranleigh. I've stayed in guest house for the first time and I'm impressed with the atmosphere and hospitality.
We absolutely loved or stay at Cranleigh. They had everything we needed to a very high standard and we were left in private. It is only a 30 min walk to town past Victoria park and there are plenty of buses. Cranleigh is also making good efforts to go green and they give you a voucher to spend if you choose the green option. The best part was the bath reward card that is attached to the hotell key. This gives you 10% off of main attractions and other businesses such as cafes that are in the same group. Staff were lovely, we would definitely stay at Cranleigh again.
36 Thomas St, Bath BA1 5NN, UK – 01225 428096
Visited today as I was passing by and fancied a snack. The inside of the pub is cozy and quaint looking. I arrived towards the end of food service but was given a warm welcome nonetheless. I ordered a pie from the bar menu. Service was very fast and, although the serving size was small, it was perfect for the price and was very filling. The pie itself was delicious and it paired very well with the chutney. I had a chance to speak to the chef and I was told that the pies are homemade and we're in fact made this morning. I will definitely come again and would absolutely recommend.
The food was amazing, nice relaxed friendly helpful staff. We both had different options and everything was perfect. We eat out quite a bit but can't remember a better meal.
35 Marlborough Buildings, Bath BA1 2LY, UK – 01225 423731
Great food and large portions. Fish and chips is huge and fat fries with fish are tripled fried and absolutely delicious. Every dish was excellent
Nice place, but very small portions for the amount they charge. Ordered the £10 scallops & prawns starter...came with 2 scallops, 1 prawn, and a grilled onion. We were left wanting. Their menu changes as the market changes, so that's nice, but our plates were still pretty small for £14.5 (ravioli) and £22 (lamb).
50 Rivers St, Bath BA1 2QA, UK – 01225 360017
Nice friendly gastro-pub. Definitely worth a visit for food and especially Sunday roast. Its not really a drinker's pub and as such doesn't have the best selection of beers but if you are out for a meal then you can't go far wrong.
Chequers is a great pub for food in Bath, very relaxing environment and the service was very good, friendly and personal. I can agree with some of the other reviews, our turbot was also close to undercooked, the pork loin I ordered to be "pink" was actually slightly overcooked. The triple cooked chips were poor. That said, I would definitely recommend! It feels local which is nice, on what should have been a busy Friday service it felt quiet, prices were reasonable but toppy.
Lucklands Road, Weston, Bath BA1 4AY, UK – 01225 421362
Perfect place to stay when visiting Bath. 30 minute walk into the centre. Host were fantastic and room was very spacious
Stayed 4 nights here when visiting the west country. Great place to stay with great breakfast, either continental or full English. We stayed in the smaller Red room one night and the larger Garden Room three nights.
59 Upper Oldfield Park, Bath BA2 3LB, UK – 01225 310005
Very friendly and welcoming hosts, a breakfast that was cooked to perfection and the room was great to.
Bottom line: This is a lovely b&b. We received a warm welcome, and the house and room were beautiful. It was clean and comfortable, close to town if you enjoy a nice walk. My partner and I visited Beckford House over the Easter bank holiday weekend and we will certainly be repeating the journey if we can! The accommodation was beautifully presented and possessed everything you could want on a weekend break (including the foresight to provide you a corkscrew and glasses for bringing your own wine). The cooked breakfast was perfect comprised of all fresh ingredients from the local farmers market, including a delicious coffee and an extensive selection of preserves. Anthony was so welcoming and helpful, he offered us maps, suggestions for where to go and even offered to drive us up to a marvellous view point overlooking the city on our final day (as we were visiting on foot). We left feeling more like we'd been round visiting an old friend rather than leaving a business. Can't wait to return!
31A Englishcombe Ln, Bath BA2 2EE, UK – 01225 461990
We loved our stay at Bodhi house! Cathrine and Jamie were incredible hosts - sincere, kind, and helpful. Rooms were very clean and comfortable. They also had the best breakfasts we had in the UK. We would highly recommend staying at Bodhi house!
My daughter held her hen weekend at Bodhi House on Friday 11 March. Before we arrived the owners took in our food delivery and put everything in the fridge/freezer etc. Then on arrival we were greeted by Jamie and shown around. The house is both modern, cosy and well kept throughout. The kitchen was extremely well equipped, it had everything you could have asked for. The beds were comfy and the bedding was of a high standard. Every bathroom was modern and clean. We had a fabulous time and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this as a place to stay with a group of friends or as a B&B.
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Mill Ln, Bathampton, Bath BA2 6TS, UK – 01225 424333
Lovely accommodations. Very quiet and great water pressure with plenty of hot water. Very nice views.
So clean , organized and modern plus the view is great . Love ittt
Avondale Pl, Batheaston, Bath BA1 7RF, UK – 07803 513084
Fantastic place love every thing
10 Beauford Square, Bath BA1 1HJ, UK – 01225 464238
I stayed in one of Laura’s townhouses (lady Margaret’s) last November for my hen party. The house was everything I’d hoped for and more it was lovely. Spacious, clean and all amenities that were needed. It was also easy walking distance to town. Would definitely recommend and stay here again. Thank you for lovely memories.
All necessary amenities, and everything is new and clean
Brassmill Lane, Bath, Bath Somerset BA1 3JT, UK – 01225 424301
Just what you need for a secure hard pitch (long) walking distance from the centre. Good clean facilities. Close pitches but it's made for visiting the city, not relaxing outside your van. But that's fine, the neighbours we had were friendly.
Pitch sizes vary greatly but the wardens were very helpful in finding the right sized pitch. The hard standings are concrete and in some instances this means that most of the pitch is concrete. This can of course be good or bad depending on what you want. The site is very popular with visitors from the continent and motor homes with many only staying for a night or two. It is right by the tow path and you can walk or cycle right in to bath with cycle hire available on site.
Bicknam, Penn Hill Road, Bath BA1 3RX, UK – 01225 421456
Stayed here a few times and love it. Always a warm welcome from the owners. Perfectly situated for visiting Bath. Cycle path, bus stop and cotswold way all nearby, and of course good pubs.
Great location and bath is a beautiful city