Bailbrook House consists of the historic Mansion House and Bailbrook Court. The Mansion House has an array of individually styled feature bedrooms, Cloisters 2 AA Rosette restaurant and the Conservatory bar and three Royal lounges. The contemporary, adjacent Bailbrook Court offers modern classic and executive accommodation and a variety of meeting and function rooms in the fabulous Brunel Suite.
What makes a stay at Bailbrook House unique?
It started life as a private residence in the early 1790s and retains all the glories of that era, thanks to a £10m restoration in 2013. The hotel is set in 20 acres of grounds just a short drive from the centre of Bath and the surrounding countryside. Perfect for Bath weekend breaks or a day of indulgence away from the hustle and bustle.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Bailbrook House?
Bailbrook House features 81 classic and executive bedrooms in the new contemporary wing, Bailbrook Court, all of which have had a complete refurbishment as part of the restoration. At the same time, the main house saw the reinstatement of 13 feature rooms, with each one marked out by its own individual style. A number of additional features have been added to ensure guests are fully indulged, with some bedrooms having four-poster beds and some bathrooms having roll-top baths and twin person rain showers.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Bath area?
Nestled in the Avon Valley between the Cotswolds and the Mendip Hills in the county of Somerset, The Unesco World Heritage City of Bath is 97 miles west of London and 11 miles southeast of Bristol. Its honey-coloured local stone has been used extensively in the town's architecture, but it is perhaps more well-known for the archaeological wonder from which it takes its name - the 2000-year-old Roman Baths.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Relaxed elegance is firmly on the menu at Bailbrook House Hotel in Bath which offers a variety of spaces in which to enjoy modern British seasonal food. Enjoy the historic period charm of Cloisters restaurant which takes full advantage of the building's striking architectural features and offers attractive views out onto the gardens.
Altogether more contemporary space is The Conservatory which is a modern setting with plenty of natural light and door to a summer terrace for peaceful alfresco dining.