We stayed at this hotel following a search for bed and breakfasts in the Bath area. The hotel is located around 10 miles from Bath on the A36. The drive to Bath is pleasant but does take time so if you want the Bath experience then this hotel is not ideal.
Having said that, we chose to stay here and were pleasantly surprised by the off-beat nature of the place. There is no fear of drowning in Georgian style furniture and indeed the hotel was individually styled using a mix of Indian, Moroccan, and other far eastern eclectic styles.
We had originally booked the attic room but were upgraded to the No.2 bedroom which was huge, well furnished and very comfortable.
Breakfast was continental and perfectly adequate with one significant flaw. The coffee was awful. The tea choice was also limited. However one could chose to sit in the Conservatory and view a distant Wiltshire "White Horse" - not sure which one, or one could sit by the fire.
There was excellent wifi access with the networks named after Scottish football teams.
The owners were helpful and friendly and gave us some excellent advice on eating in Bath. However, I am not sure that the nearby Mill is as good as they say.
Will definitely choose to stay here if the upgrade to room 2 is available! But they do need to sort the coffee out! Come on Rowena!More
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