Situated southeast of the city in the scenic Limpley Stoke area, this 4 star Hot Rate Hotel provides guests with stunning accommodation and easy access to the city centre. This 4 star Hot Rate Hotel could be from leading names including Hyatt, Westin or Crowne Plaza, as well as a host of other excellent brands and independent properties. Visitors who have previously booked a 4 star Hot Rate Hotel in Bath in this area have stayed in the likes of Oldfield House, Villa Claudia, and the beautiful Asor House at unbeatable prices. The Limpley Stoke area is just outside the city centre, close to a number of outdoor attractions including Limpley Stoke Wood, Murhill Woods and the River Avon. The city centre is accessible by car via the A36, and Freshford railway station is also close by.
The property provides free parking for guests arriving by car, as well as a superb range of leisure facilities for your enjoyment. Guests can take a relaxing swim in the beautiful indoor swimming pool on site, or enjoy a workout in the superb Fitness Centre. All bedrooms are non-smoking, and high speed Internet access is available throughout the property free of charge for your business or leisure needs. Other facilities include a fantastic restaurant with a wide range of dishes on the a la carte menu, and there is also a self-service laundry for your convenience.
Located in the heart of the city is one of Bath’s most recognisable landmarks, The Royal Crescent. Built between 1767 and 1775 by John Wood the younger, this architectural masterpiece consists of 30 terraced houses laid out in a sweeping crescent. A Grade I listed building and considered one of the finest pieces of Georgian architecture around, it has hosted many notable guests over the years, including Prince Frederick, Duke of York in the latter years of the 18th century. Today visitors can explore the museum at house Number 1, which provides you with a fascinating insight into the lifestyle and wealth of former homeowners of the house. There is also plenty of green open space around the building itself, where you will often find visitors enjoying a picnic or a relaxing walk in the warmer months. Due to its spectacular design and lavish grounds the Royal Crescent has been used in several notable film and television products, including The Duchess starring Keira Knightley and the 2007 television adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion.
Have a fantastic time during your stay in Bath!