|The Bailbrook Lodge Bath The Bailbrook Lodge, Guest House, 35 - 37 London Road West, Bath, Somerset, BA1 7HZ|
"The Proprietors welcome you to enjoy the tasteful elegance of a small Georgian hotel with 15 bedrooms - all offering private ensuite bathrooms or showers, TV, coffee and tea making facilities."
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The Bailbrook Lodge35-37 London Road West, Bath BA1 7HZ
|The Bailbrook Lodge guest house is a Georgian Grade II listed country house, excellently situated 1 1/2 miles from the city centre -7 minutes drive. |
It is a delightful, peaceful and relaxed location with lovely lawns and gardens.
There are 15 en suite bedrooms, 5 with four posters.
Eight rooms overlook the gardens and lawns and the Avon Valley.
The remaining rooms overlook the grounds of Bailbrook House, a splendid Georgian mansion designed by the famous architect John Everleigh.
All rooms have recently been redecorated and refurbished in a sympathetic style and have LCD TV, DVD player, direct dial telephone, modem points, hair dryer and trouser press, plus tea and coffee making facilities with complimentary biscuits and mineral water.
Complimentary cotton slippers are provided in all bedrooms plus the use of bathrobes and a personal safe for guests in the four poster and superior rooms.
|Free car parking.|
Light meals and snacks are available throughout the day.
Dinner can be booked at recommended nearby restaurants.
We would advise guests that Bailbrook Lodge is entirely non-smoking.
Bath is without doubt one Britain's, if not Europe's most beautiful and historically intriguing cities. Ideally situated in the lush Avon valley in the rich rolling downs between the Cotswold and Mendip Hills, the City has been celebrated for centuries for its idyllic atmosphere. Through the ages writers and artists have come here for inspiration: Charles Dickens, Jane Austen and Thomas Gainsborough have all sung the praises of the City's calm and leisurely air.
Bath Springs provide a quarter of a million gallons of rich mineral water a day at a constant temperature of 46.5 degrees C. These natural Springs insired the Romans to build their magnificent temple and baths. The Thermal Spa has now reopened,having been closed for many years, following a £20 million plus redecorarion and redelopment. You can learn more about the exciting new spa by accessing www.thermaebathspa.com. The splendid Georgian period transformed Bath to one of the most famous cities in Europe. Architects much as Beau Nash, John Bennett an John Wood built neo-classical parades, squares and crescents from the now renowned Bath stone.
The Georgians brought with them their love of art and musice and so the Pump Room and Assembly Rooms were built to cater for their high social gatherings.
PLACES OF INTEREST
Apart from the City itself with many places to visit (including the Roman Baths, Pump Rooms, Royal Crescent, The American Museum etc) there are numerous country houses and estates within a few miles; to mention a few:
Public tennis courts within walking distance, horse riding and golf nearby.
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