A group of us have just come back from Bath for Weekend of Chrimbo shopping, Christmas Market, good food and plentiful wine.
The location is perfect, close enough to the centre that makes it easy and quickly to go anywhere with the town. It has no car parking facility but if you are lucky enough you can obtain one of their parking permits and. If not Charlotte Street car park is right behind, 8.50 for 24 hours.
Breakfast is fantastic, good quality and plentiful and it makes a change to actually have a decent strength and tasting coffee and not just black water!!
Room are well presented and equipped; though a tad too warm for my liking, soon resolved.
The guest lounge isa good focal point and relaxation zone to ponder the day and hopefully now one young lady knows how to lay a fire properly!!! :-)
Looking forward to our next visit in March.
- Also Known As:
- Brocks Guest House Hotel Bath
- Brocks Guest House Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our elegant Georgian home was built by John Wood the younger in 1765, and is ideally situated in the loveliest part of Bath between the Circus and Royal Crescent. We aim to offer you comfort and personal attention. We will gladly help you plan your stay in Bath, giving guidance with visits, tours and routes. Our rooms are beautifully decorated and very comfortable with all the expected amenities of a 4 gold star guest house. ... more less
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