A friend and I returned to Paradise House at the end of November, for a visit to the Christmas Market and the Ballet. As usual, we were welcomed into the Drawing Room and given tea, whilst being given information about Bath, restaurants, etc., and a map.When we returned to the hall, our bags had been taken to our room and there was a bottle of prosecco in the room, as returning guests.
Our room was spacious, tastefully decorated, with the facilities one would expect. But it is the extra touches which make Paradise House special - milk for the tea is requested, and brought up in a small flask, so that it is cold and fresh; we were offered tea and a mince pie when we returned in the late afternoon; there is a fire in the drawing room and the breakfasts are cooked to personal taste.
It has a personal approach without being intrusive, and there is the bonus that the building itself is interesting historically.
Like many others, we have booked this year for next, although it would be lovely to see the gardens in the summer months.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An elegant Georgian House, dating back to 1735, built of classic honey coloured Bath stone. The dignified exterior conceals more than half an acre of magnificent walled gardens with splendid views out over the city of Bath. Small and privately owned, our aim is to offer the best personal service with attention to every detail. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Paradise House Hotel Bath