The Griffin Inn, Bath
Situated on peaceful Beauford Square, adjoining Queen’s Square. the Grade II listed 4 star Griffin Inn is only a short walk from the Thermae Spa complex, a superb central base for exploring the city of Bath. This quaint Inn has been completely refurbished in 2009 to its Georgian glory, with five double/twin rooms and two single rooms, all of which are en-suite.
Royal Hotel, Bath
Located right in the centre of Bath and originally named Royal Station Hotel, this decidedly Georgian looking hotel was, in fact, built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. 35 en-suite bedrooms are all recently redecorated in a traditional style, in keeping with the hotel which adds to the character and attraction of staying at The Royal while the restaurant has an enviable reputation for excellent food.
The Northey Arms, Box
Just 10 minutes’ drive from the historic city of Bath in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside you will find the Northey Arms. The inn has a contemporay yet cosy feel with five stylish and elegant bedrooms. The creative British menu uses fresh local produce and there is also a traditional bar which serves snacks and drinks. The M4 is just 15 minutes drive away.
The Manor House, Monkton Combe
Imagine a rambling medieval manor just 2 miles from Bath City Centre. Classified as a British Ancient Monument, it features a Tudor inglenook fire and individually decorated spacious en-suite bedrooms. Breakfast is served until noon and champagne breakfast in bed is available on request. Dogs and children welcome.
The Wheelwrights Arms, Monkton Combe
Welcome to the Wheelwrights Arms, just a five minute drive from Bath. Our menus include light lunches and a la carte selections. On cooler days relax with a drink by the open fire or in the garden on summer days. We can arrange visits to Thermae Bath Spa at special rates. Tickets can also be arranged for all Bath Rugby home games from September to May. Recommended by the Good Hotel Guide and Alistair Sawday.
The Swan, Bradford on Avon
Situated just 7 miles from Bath, the Swan is a delightful 15th century coaching inn sitting next to the river in historic Bradford on Avon. Recently refurbished yet retaining its character, the inn has earned an excellent reputation for its food. Free WiFi throughout.
The Castle Inn, Bradford on Avon
This beautiful freehouse pub boasts stunning views over the Georgian roof tops of the pretty town of Bradford on Avon, just 7 miles from Bath. Sympathetically and imaginatively restored in 2007, The Castle is at your service, whether for morning coffee, light lunch, dinner or just a pint of local beer. The interior oozes character and historic charm. Its four luxury boutique bedrooms offer contemporary opulence, blended with bags of original character.
The Old Manor Hotel, Bradford on Avon
A Grade II listed Manor with an amazing selection of four poster and half-tester antique beds in our en-suite rooms. The decor is simple Old English with many antiques, a little different from many hotels and quite quirky! Our food is home-cooked using fresh local produce where possible and there is also a pub-style bar.
Widbrook Grange Hotel, Bradford on Avon
Welcome to Widbrook Grange Hotel, an elegant 250 year old Georgian country house hotel peacefully located in its own grounds on the outskirts of Bradford-on-Avon.The spacious bedrooms include romantic four posters, family rooms and facilities for disabled guests. The award winning restaurant boasts an AA rosette, and serves fine British cuisine complimented by an interesting selection of wines. AA 5 Diamonds.
The Hunters Rest Inn, Clutton Hill
Only 8 miles from Bath, Bristol and Wells, The Hunters Rest Inn, originally an early 19th century hunting lodge, enjoys a secluded, elevated position with delightful views across the Chew Valley to the Mendip Hills beyond. The Inn offers a superb choice of menu and is the ideal venue for family celebrations, weddings and parties. The five luxurious en-suite rooms are individually decorated and furnished to the highest standards, including a four poster suite, stunning bathrooms, direct dial telephones with data links, colour televisions and magnificent views.
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The Full Moon, Frome
This enchanting, 17th Century inn is in the small Somerset hamlet of Rudge, just 10 miles from the Georgian City of Bath. The Full Moon has been providing a refuge to locals and visitors alike for hundreds of years. It has earned itself reputation for fine food and comfortable accommodation - and the hospitality it offers to guests new and old. The award winning Full Moon serves wonderful food from an extensive and varied menu. More recently, an indoor pool have been added.
The Holcombe Inn, Holcombe
This tastefully furnished, 17th-century English country inn is steeped in history and packed with atmosphere and antiques. Relax by a blazing log fire, sample real ale and fine wines; enjoy creative and interesting dishes in the bar or restaurant. Our bedrooms are spacious, tastefully furnished and all have private bathrooms. Sit in our lovely garden with superb views across the fields towards Downside Abbey.
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The Old Malt House Hotel, Timsbury
An intimate, comfortable country hotel converted from an old brewery malt house in the small hamlet of Radford on the edge of the Mendip Hills, just six miles south of the historic city of Bath. Nearby are Wells (the smallest city in England) and Cheddar Gorge and Caves. We offer 10 tastefully decorated bedrooms, all en-suite. There is a cosy lounge bar with open fireplace and a licensed restaurant offering a full a la carte menu.
The Carpenters Arms, Stanton Wick
Within easy driving distance of both Bath and Bristol, the Carpenters Arms offers a traditional bar with a cosy log fire on cooler days. In warmer weather, our patio is the ideal spot for either a leisurely drink or al fresco dining. There are two dining areas serving our tempting menu of irresistible starters, mains and puddings. En-suite accommodation is available at the Inn with 12 gorgeous bedrooms, all recently refurbished in a stunning contemporary style.