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Brooks Guesthouse Bath

Bath, United Kingdom

Located in a Georgian sandstone terrace house in the historic town of Bath, Somerset, this 22 room bed & breakfast sits just 350 metres below the Royal Crescent, one of the most famous examples of Georgian architecture in the UK. A family business, Brooks Guesthouse Bath is part of a collection of hotels that were designed to be warm and inviting with classic interiors, quirky antiques, delicious locally sourced breakfast and strategically placed within the town centre.

Georgian Heaven

Similar to the other properties in the collection, situated in Bristol, Edinburgh and market town of Ross on Wye, Brooks Guesthouse Bath beams with that cosy feeling of home away from home, offering guests elegant, stylish interiors, and impeccable service, to guarantee a wonderful stay.

The Location

Bath’s Roman baths are just a seven minute walk away. Thousands of years old, these thermal springs, thought to have healing properties have long attracted visitors to the town. The Grand Pump Room next to them is the setting for a variety of scenes in Jane Austen’s famous novels.

The Rooms

The bedrooms range from single to family, featuring an eclectic mix of antique and retro furnishings, which have been collected with love and passion by the owners. Patterned wallpaper gives every room a distinct vibe, while the four poster bed governs the whole space. The gorgeous drawing room offers plenty of space to have a drink from the well stocked (with local brands) honesty bar.

Nibbles & Tipples

Homely antique kitchen tables still alongside modern Danish chairs in this internationally flavoured bed and breakfast that celebrates great design, no matter where it comes from.

A friendly and open plan dining room with a beautiful wooden parquet floor is where you can find a range of breakfasts rustled up from local producers from granola to French toast.

God is in the details

Bath’s abbey has stood here since the 7th century in some form or another. Its current architecture comes from the 1860s and has 52 huge stain glass windows, making it a riot of colour.


1 Crescent Gardens, Upper Bristol Road
Bath - United Kingdom

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