Bailbrook House, Bath

For a Bridgerton-inspired stay, book yourself into the historic Bailbrook House, one of Bath’s only two Grade II listed country house hotels set, in 20 acres of grounds just outside the city centre.

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If Bridgerton is making your thoughts turn Bath-wards, you’ll want to know about the very lovely Bailbrook House, one of Bath’s only two Grade II listed country house hotels and full of 18th century charm.

Part of the Hand Picked Hotels collection, the historic mansion – dating from 1790 and once a private house – is set in 20 acres of beautiful grounds, just outside the city centre.  Only five minutes by horse and carriage (or car, if you must) from Bath’s bustling delights, it’s the perfect location for a romantic getaway for two, luxury time away with a friend or a special treat for you and the fam.

There are 13 suites and individually decorated rooms – think four posters, original fireplaces, ’tilevision’ TVs in the bathroom (though even Queen Charlotte didn’t have one of those) – in the original Mansion House and 75 classic and executive rooms in Bailbrook Court, the hotel’s contemporary wing.

Wine and dine in The Conservatory, a contemporary space with floor-to-ceiling windows and terrace overlooking woodlands , or the more formal fine dining Cloisters restaurant, named after the atmospheric Bath stone arches you’ll find there. Open to non-residents as well as guests, visit The Conservatory Monday to Sunday from 5pm – 9.30pm; Cloisters Monday to Sunday from 6.30pm – 9.30pm and for Sunday lunch: 12.30 –2.30pm. Oh and there’s a private dining option too.

Stroll in the beautiful grounds. Gently work out in the air-conditioned fitness room. Have a game of tennis on the multi-use sports games court. Get married! Bailbrook House is one of the most romantic wedding venues in all of Bath.

Dogs are welcome.


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Eveleigh Avenue, London Road West, Bath, Somerset BA1 7JD



01225 855100

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