Bailbrook House Hotel in Bath offers an inspiring variety of culinary experiences to indulge in. Whether it is fine dining in Cloisters, homely food in the conservatory bar, afternoon tea in one of the Royal lounges, an intimate family dinner in a private dining room – or, weather permitting, eating al fresco on the terrace, there is something for all tastes.
Where is Bailbrook House located?
Set within 20 acres of private ground with breathtaking views towards central Bath and its countryside. This historic grade 2 listed mansion is one of only two Grade II listed hotels in the city, offering a hotel, restaurant, conference centre and wedding venue.
What cuisine is on offer at Bailbrook House?
Head Chef Michael Ball has created a menu that combines traditional ingredients and fresh blends of flavour to create an outstanding British luxury dining experience for guests. Michael's dishes are vivid and colourful with an emphasis on seasonal variation and provenance, taking inspiration from the natural larder on his doorstep and foraging inside the estate.
What makes a meal at Bailbrook House unique?
Tucked away in the historic mansion of Bailbrook House, one of only two Grade II listed hotels in the city. The Cloisters Restaurant is where the heritage of this country house hotel in Bath really comes into its own, with original archways made of traditional Bath stone.