37 Best Hotels in Bath and the Cotswolds, England

Badgers Hall

$$ | High St., Chipping Campden, GL55 6HB, England

Expect a friendly welcome at this antique B&B above a tearoom just across from the Market Hall, where the spacious, spotless rooms have beamed ceilings and exposed stonework. Guests are greeted with a cream tea on arrival, and an excellent breakfast will set you up for the day.

Pros

  • Atmospheric building
  • Attentive hosts
  • Delicious breakfasts

Cons

  • Two night minimum stay
  • Books up fast
  • Entrance is through tea shop
High St., Chipping Campden, GL55 6HB, England
01386-840839
hotel Details
4 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast, No children under 10

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Barnsley House

$$$$ | Off the B4425, Barnsley, GL7 5EE, England

A honey-and-cream Georgian mansion, the former home of garden designer Rosemary Verey, has been discreetly modernized and converted into a luxurious retreat without sacrificing its essential charm. There is an on-site spa with an outdoor hydrotherapy pool.

Pros

  • Romantic setting
  • Great attention to detail
  • Beautiful gardens

Cons

  • Some rooms at the top of three flights of stairs
  • Quite pricey
  • Farm next door not for everyone
Off the B4425, Barnsley, GL7 5EE, England
01285-740000
hotel Details
18 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast, No children under age 14

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Calcot & Spa

$$$ | A4135, Tetbury, GL8 8YJ, England Fodor's Choice

In an ideal world everyone would sojourn in this oasis of opulence at least once; however, the luxury never gets in the way of the overall air of relaxation, a tribute to the warmth and efficiency of the staff. A quintessential country-house hotel, it's also family-friendly, with a high-tech children's play area as well as a luxurious spa. The modern guest rooms are spacious and quiet; family suites have refrigerators and either bunk beds or singles in a separate room. Dishes at the elegant Conservatory restaurant are a blend of traditional and modern elements, whereas the Gumstool Inn provides more farmhouse-style fare. The hotel is 3 miles west of town.

Pros

  • Delightful rural setting
  • Excellent spa facilities
  • Children love it

Cons

  • All but 12 rooms are separate from main building
  • Some traffic noise
  • Steep prices
A4135, Tetbury, GL8 8YJ, England
01666-890391
hotel Details
35 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Charingworth Manor

$$ | Off B4035, Chipping Campden, GL55 6NS, England

Views of the countryside are limitless from this 14th-century manor-house hotel where mullioned windows and oak beams enhance the sitting room. T. S. Eliot, a guest in the 1930s, used to enjoy walking the 50 acres of grounds. The fixed-price menus at the restaurant include both traditional English and Mediterranean-inspired dishes such as English beef with cherry tomatoes and onion jam or hake in an herb crust. Most of the rooms, furnished in contemporary style, are outside of the main house. The hotel is 3 miles east of Chipping Campden.

Pros

  • Helpful and friendly staff
  • Great breakfasts
  • Lots of amenities

Cons

  • Some low beams in bedrooms
  • A lot of birds on property
  • Decor a bit dated
Off B4035, Chipping Campden, GL55 6NS, England
08446-593555
hotel Details
26 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Chester House Hotel

$ | Victoria St., Bourton-on-the-Water, GL54 2BU, England

Just steps from the River Windrush, this traditional stone building has been tastefully adapted with contemporary fittings and style. The open-plan bar and lounge area has comfy sofas and a smart, informal feel. Guest rooms, in the main building or in the coach house, are modern, quiet, and done in neutral tones. Across the road, the hotel operates the sleek and modern L’Anatra Italian kitchen.

Pros

  • Friendly staff
  • Stylish rooms
  • Ideal location for exploring the area

Cons

  • Busy on weekends
  • Coach-house rooms overlook car park
  • Limited parking
Victoria St., Bourton-on-the-Water, GL54 2BU, England
01451-820286
hotel Details
22 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Cotswold House Hotel and Spa

$$ | The Square, Chipping Campden, GL55 6AN, England Fodor's Choice

This luxury hotel in the heart of Chipping Campden injects contemporary design into a stately 18th-century manor house, and from the swirling staircase in the entrance to the individually designed guest rooms studded with contemporary art, it's a winning formula. Two rooms have their own garden and hot tub. The lounges invite lingering, the spa luxuriating, and the terrace and spacious garden suggest seclusion—the perfect spot for afternoon tea. Both the Bistro on the Square and the Fig Restaurant offer creative takes on English and Mediterranean dishes; they're worth a stop even if you aren't staying here.

Pros

  • Plenty of pampering
  • Pleasant garden
  • Personalized service

Cons

  • Some bathrooms are small
  • Additional charge to use spa
  • No swimming pool
The Square, Chipping Campden, GL55 6AN, England
01386-840330
hotel Details
28 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Cowley Manor

$$ | Off A435, Cowley, GL53 9NL, England

This Georgian mansion on 55 acres brings country-house style into the 21st century with a mellow atmosphere and modern fabrics and furnishings. Witty sculptures and lighting complement the public rooms, beds are huge and comfortable, and bathrooms are trendy, with glass walls and expansive showers. Choose between rooms in the house itself (some with lovely balconies) or for more privacy, the converted stable block. There's a two-night minimum stay on weekends. The spa, set into the ground, looks like a work of art. Cowley Manor is 5 miles south of Cheltenham.

Pros

  • Beautiful grounds
  • Excellent spa facilities
  • Relaxed vibe

Cons

  • Slightly corporate feel
  • Spa is set away from the main house
  • No elevator to second floor
Off A435, Cowley, GL53 9NL, England
01242-870900
hotel Details
30 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Dormy House Hotel

$$$ | Willersey Hill, Broadway, WR12 7LF, England

Luxury rules at this converted 17th-century farmhouse overlooking the Vale of Evesham, two miles north of Broadway. Having been firmly brought into the 21st century, it now has the best of approachable contemporary design. You can visit the sumptuous spa or cozy up in a firelit lounge before making your way to the guest rooms, each individually decorated and with luxurious bathrooms. The sophisticated Garden Room restaurant fronts a garden designed by a Chelsea Flower Show Gold winner, while the Potting Shed has more rustic style and fare.

Pros

  • Unstuffy service
  • Good food
  • Great views

Cons

  • Steep prices
  • Isolated
  • Can get very busy
Willersey Hill, Broadway, WR12 7LF, England
01386-852711
hotel Details
40 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Dukes Bath

$ | 53–54 Great Pulteney St., Bath, BA2 4DN, England

True Georgian grandeur is evident in the refurbished rooms of this Palladian-style mansion–turned–elegant boutique guesthouse, which comes with one of the best addresses in Bath. Great care has been taken with the decoration and furnishing of the guest rooms, all of which come with beautiful wallpapers, antique furniture, and superb bathrooms. Service is amiable and breakfasts present a wide choice of dishes.

Pros

  • Excellent central location
  • Historic building
  • Friendly and helpful service

Cons

  • Some rooms are small
  • Limited parking
  • No elevator
53–54 Great Pulteney St., Bath, BA2 4DN, England
01225-787960
hotel Details
17 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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eight

$$ | 3 N. Parade Passage, BA1 1NX, England

This small independent hotel in the heart of Bath is made up of two neighboring buildings that have been combined into one single, style-focused property, where each of the 18 rooms is individually and exquisitely designed. Homemade biscuits are provided in the rooms alongside tea and coffee. The 500-year-old cellar was originally a refectory for monks worshipping at Bath Abbey, and it's now a superb restaurant serving just eight small plates, which change every day.

Pros

  • Excellent restaurant
  • Historic building
  • Beautiful design

Cons

  • Limited check-in times
  • Lots of stairs
  • No on-site parking
3 N. Parade Passage, BA1 1NX, England
01225-724111
hotel Details
18 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Ellenborough Park

$$$ | Southam Rd., GL52 3NJ, England Fodor's Choice

Magnificent Ellenborough Park is a 15th-century English country estate with a luxury spa and extensive grounds, situated next to Cheltenham Race Course. It's the only true five-star hotel in the area and thoroughly deserves the rating: the 61 rooms are all individually designed and many have four-poster beds and freestanding bathtubs; the India-inspired spa has a wonderful heated outdoor pool; and the grand dining room is a superb location for a blow-out meal. In the summertime, you can also dine al fresco on the Summer Lawn. In spite of the grand surroundings, Ellenborough Park is unstuffy and welcomes children and dogs. There are plenty of ways to wear out both of them on the estate, including rental bikes and walks.

Pros

  • Incredible architecture
  • Luxury spa facilities
  • Unstuffy atmosphere despite the decor

Cons

  • Outside town center
  • Not all rooms are in the main house
  • Service can be slow
Southam Rd., GL52 3NJ, England
01242-545454
hotel Details
61 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Harington's Hotel

$$ | 8–10 Queen St., BA1 1HE, England

It's rare to find a compact hotel in the cobblestone heart of Bath, and this informal three-story lodging converted from a group of Georgian town houses fits the bill nicely. Bedrooms, though bright, are not spacious, there are no views from the windows, and the parking facilities can be tricky to find; however, the cleanliness, polite and friendly service, outdoor hot tub, and central location outweigh these minuses. There's also an EV charging point, and the hotel is pet friendly.

Pros

  • Good breakfasts
  • Helpful staff
  • Central location

Cons

  • Occasional street noise from revelers
  • Steps to climb
  • Many small rooms
8–10 Queen St., BA1 1HE, England
01225-461728
hotel Details
13 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Inn for All Seasons

$ | A40, OX18 4TN, England

This former 16th-century coaching inn provides simple but comfortable rooms and a warm welcome. It's a better value than other options in Burford, and a popular spot for those with children and dogs. The restaurant is open to residents and non-residents alike and serves a short but well-considered menu of British favorites, including a pie of the day.

Pros

  • Family-friendly atmosphere
  • Good value
  • Nice garden

Cons

  • Located on busy road
  • Some rooms have sloped ceilings
  • Restaurant menu a bit limited
A40, OX18 4TN, England
01451-844324
hotel Details
12 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Ivy House

$ | 2 Victoria Rd., Cirencester, GL7 1EN, England

Delicious breakfasts, hospitable owners, and reasonable rates enhance a stay at this stone Victorian house, close to the center of town. The B&B's simple bedrooms are light and airy, with double-glazed windows to block out traffic noise. Cyclists and walkers are welcome.

Pros

  • Housemade granola at breakfast
  • Child-friendly atmosphere
  • Easy 10-minute walk to town center

Cons

  • On a main road
  • Rooms can be on the small side
  • Some ground-floor rooms can be viewed by passing pedestrians
2 Victoria Rd., Cirencester, GL7 1EN, England
01285-656626
hotel Details
4 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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King's Arms

$ | The Street, GL9 1DT, England

A short drive from Tetbury in a small hamlet, the King's Arms is a paragon of modern rustic chic, with cozy rooms furnished with sheepskin rugs and big, soft beds. The ethos here is good, plain British fare and comfort, and plenty of it. With two holiday cottages supplementing the rooms above the pub, an outdoor pizza oven for the summer, and a loyal local crowd, you may have to fight for the chairs nearest the fireplace.

Pros

  • Excellent food
  • Vintage charm
  • Comfortable rooms and public spaces

Cons

  • Decor can be a little dark
  • Out of the way location
  • Bathrooms a little outdated
The Street, GL9 1DT, England
01454-238245
hotel Details
6 rooms, 2 cottages
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Lords of the Manor Hotel

$$$ | Off A429, Upper Slaughter, GL54 2JD, England

You'll find refinement and a warm welcome in this rambling 17th-century manor house with Victorian additions, tucked away in a quintessential Cotswold village. Public rooms and bedrooms, both in the main house and in the converted granary and barn, are decorated in a classic contemporary style with country-house floral patterns, a muted color scheme, and antiques. Within the grounds is a sunny, espaliered walled garden and terrace—perfect for relaxation. Also of note is the award-winning restaurant, offering creative British-French dishes and excellent wines on fixed-price menus. 

Pros

  • Heavenly setting
  • Understated elegance
  • Outstanding food

Cons

  • Some rooms on the small side
  • Limited Wi-Fi
  • Packages book up quickly
Off A429, Upper Slaughter, GL54 2JD, England
01451-820243
hotel Details
26 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa

$$$$ | Colerne, Chippenham, SN14 8AZ, England

Driving up Lucknam Park’s mile-long avenue of lime and beech trees towards the 18th-century Palladian mansion, you may feel like you’ve bagged an invitation to stay with Jane Austen’s demanding hostess, Lady Catherine de Bourgh, in Pride and Prejudice. This is a traditional country-house hotel par excellence—think Chesterfield sofas, wing chairs, and wood paneling in the public rooms, with swagged window treatments, rich fabrics, and rain-forest showers in the guest rooms. There’s a Michelin-starred formal restaurant, and the attentive service would meet even Lady Catherine’s exacting standards. There's also an equestrian center, which offers lessons for beginners and the more experienced across the hotel’s 500 acres of woods and parkland.

Pros

  • Attentive service
  • Country estate setting
  • Well-equipped spa

Cons

  • Pricey
  • Some rooms on the small side
  • A little off the beaten track
Colerne, Chippenham, SN14 8AZ, England
01225-742777
hotel Details
42 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Lygon Arms

$$$ | High St., Broadway, WR12 7DU, England Fodor's Choice

Occupying a sprawling 600-year-old coaching inn on High Street, the Lygon Arms is a charming warren, filled with cozy nooks for afternoon tea, a separate wine bar, a vaulted dining hall serving locally sourced menus, and plush luxury at every turn. The rooms vary in size (and price), but are all opulently designed and embrace the rich history of the building, while the courtyard leads to a discreet spa and pool complex.

Pros

  • Excellent food
  • Beautiful, historical setting with all modern amenities
  • Great staff and service

Cons

  • A tad pricey
  • Rooms vary in size
  • Old building with lots of stairs and uneven floors
High St., Broadway, WR12 7DU, England
01386-852255
hotel Details
82 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Manor House Hotel

$$$ | West St., Castle Combe, SN14 7HX, England Fodor's Choice

Secluded in a 23-acre park on the edge of the village, this partly 14th-century manor house has guest rooms—some in mews cottages—that brim with antique character. Outside, the house is a baronial swirl of solid chimney stacks, carvings, and columns. Inside, a stone frieze depicts characters from Shakespeare's Falstaff plays to commemorate the fact that Sir John Fastolf, thought to be the model for the character, was lord of this manor. The landscaped setting is soothing, with green vistas on every side and a river running through the grounds, though the village is steps away. The golf course is excellent, and the superb Bybrook restaurant serves fantastic upscale cuisine, while the more affordable Clubhouse has a traditional British menu.

Pros

  • Romantic getaway
  • Rich historical setting
  • Good golf course

Cons

  • Not for those who dislike sound of constant running water
  • On the pricey side
  • Might be too stuffy for some
West St., Castle Combe, SN14 7HX, England
01249-782206
hotel Details
48 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Manor House Hotel

$$$ | High St., Moreton in Marsh, GL56 0LJ, England

Secret passageways and a priest hole testify to the age of this 16th-century building, where the mullioned windows, original stonework, and log fires in winter are tastefully balanced by smart, contemporary furnishings in the public areas. Bedrooms, displaying the same mix of modern and antique, come with good bathrooms with quality toiletries. The Mulberry restaurant serves an adventurous four- or eight-course English menu, while the Beagle Bar, in a bright, modern conservatory overlooking the lovely garden, has cheaper eats.

Marlborough House

$ | 1 Marlborough Ln., Bath, BA1 2NQ, England

A warm, informal welcome greets all who stay at this Victorian establishment not too far from the Royal Crescent, where each room charms with period furniture, fresh flowers, and antique beds. Air-conditioned rooms have a fridge and complimentary sherry for evening relaxation. Leisurely breakfasts are encouraged; choose from scones, yogurts, and savory omelets. All the food is organic and vegetarian, and vegans and those with special diets will find their needs amply supplied.

Pros

  • Obliging and helpful hosts
  • Immaculate rooms
  • Parking available

Cons

  • Walk to the center is along a busy road
  • Minimum two-night stay on weekends
  • Gets booked up quickly at peak times
1 Marlborough Ln., Bath, BA1 2NQ, England
01225-318175
hotel Details
6 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Mill Hay House

$$$ | Snowshill Rd., Broadway, WR12 7JS, England

If the rose garden, trout-filled pond, and sheep on the hill at this 18th-century Queen Anne house aren't appealing enough, then the stone-flagged floors, leather sofas, and grandfather clocks should satisfy. Booking ahead is essential to secure one of the three beautiful, traditional-style pastel bedrooms at this B&B. Ask about discounted midweek and weekend packages. It's 1 mile from Broadway on Snowshill Road.

Pros

  • Delightful owners
  • Beautifully landscaped gardens
  • Gourmet breakfasts

Cons

  • Books up quickly
  • Two-night minimum stay for most of the year
  • Entrance can be hard to find
Snowshill Rd., Broadway, WR12 7JS, England
01386-852498
hotel Details
3 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast, No children under 12 allowed

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Noel Arms Hotel

$$ | Lower High St., Chipping Campden, GL55 6AT, England

Dating to the 14th century, Chipping Campden's oldest inn was built to accommodate foreign wool traders, and even though it's been enlarged, the building retains its exposed beams and stonework. Guest rooms—some in the 14th-century portion—are full of warm colors and dark oak furniture, and fully equipped with modern amenities. The restaurant serves award-winning curries. Breakfast can be taken in the airy conservatory. The same owners run the nearby Cotswold House, and guests have access to its facilities.

Pros

  • Traditional character
  • Friendly staff
  • Excellent curries at restaurant

Cons

  • Rooms can be noisy and overheated
  • Annex overlooks car park
  • Some rooms are small
Lower High St., Chipping Campden, GL55 6AT, England
0844-840317
hotel Details
28 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Number Nine

$ | 9 Park St., Stow on the Wold, GL54 1BQ, England

Beyond the traditional Cotswold stone exterior of this former coaching inn—now a bed-and-breakfast—are three unfussy, spacious bedrooms done in soothing white and pale colors. Beds are super comfortable, with feather toppers on the mattresses. The inglenook fireplace is a draw in winter, and wholesome breakfasts include fruit salads and omelets.

Pros

  • Helpful and amiable hosts
  • Close to pubs and restaurants
  • Delicious breakfasts

Cons

  • Two bathrooms have tubs, not showers
  • Low ceilings
  • Two-night minimum stay
9 Park St., Stow on the Wold, GL54 1BQ, England
01451-870333
hotel Details
3 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Old Station House

$$ | Station Rd., Broadway, WR12 7DF, England

With its acre of lawns and gardens, this former stationmaster's home, now a bed-and-breakfast, makes a peaceful refuge from the tourist traffic of Broadway, a 10-minute walk away. Spacious rooms are cream-color and have soothing, neutral furnishings; bathrooms are immaculate. Local bacon, sausages, cheese scones, and jams make their way on to tables set with crisp white cloths at breakfast. A wood-burning stove adds warmth in winter, and gardens and an orchard provide space for relaxing in summer. Steam trains run from the neighboring station to Cheltenham. Children over 12 are welcome by prior arrangement.

Pros

  • Thoughtful and welcoming hosts
  • Peaceful location
  • Wi-Fi available

Cons

  • Outside the village
  • Lacks old-world ambience
  • Two-night minimum stay
Station Rd., Broadway, WR12 7DF, England
01386-852659
hotel Details
4 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Queensberry Hotel

$$ | 4–7 Russell St., BA1 2QF, England
Queensberry Hotel, Bath
Queensberry Hotel

Intimate and elegant, this boutique hotel on a residential street near the Circus occupies three 1772 town houses built by John Wood the Younger for the Marquis of Queensberry; it's a perfect marriage of chic sophistication, homey comforts, and attentive service. Renovations have preserved the Regency stucco ceilings and cornices and marble tile on the fireplaces, and each room is individually decorated in contemporary style. Four terraced gardens invite a summer aperitif, and downstairs is the Michelin-starred Olive Tree restaurant.

Pros

  • Efficient service
  • Tranquil ambience
  • Michelin-starred restaurant

Cons

  • Slight uphill walk from the city center
  • Restaurant is pricey
  • Breakfast not included
4–7 Russell St., BA1 2QF, England
01225-447928
hotel Details
29 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Stow Lodge

$$ | The Square, Stow on the Wold, GL54 1AB, England

A former rectory, this stately, family-run hotel couldn't be better placed, separated from Stow's main square by a tidy garden. Most of the traditionally furnished, but spacious and comfortable, rooms overlook the garden or the next-door churchyard, and one suite sits apart in the garden itself. There's a minimum two-night stay on weekends.

Pros

  • Central location
  • Hospitable service
  • Good breakfasts

Cons

  • Chiming church clock can be disturbing
  • Steep steps to top-floor rooms
  • Minimum stay on weekends
The Square, Stow on the Wold, GL54 1AB, England
01451-830485
hotel Details
20 rooms
Rate Includes: No children under 5, Free Breakfast

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The Barrel Store

$ | Brewery Court, Cirencester, GL7 1HW, England

For a no-frills stay in the Cotswolds, The Barrel Store offers comfortable rooms with self-catering facilities in a refurbished building that was once a store for the town brewery. Rooms are basic but clean with strong Wi-Fi. The neighboring Brewery Arts Centre runs day courses in arts and crafts.

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Stylish and comfortable rooms
  • Close to local restaurants and attractions

Cons

  • Communal ethos not for everyone
  • No electric plugs in the bedrooms
  • Some rooms have shared bathrooms
Brewery Court, Cirencester, GL7 1HW, England
01285-657181
hotel Details
14 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The Bird

$$ | 18–19 Pulteney Rd., BA2 4EZ, England Fodor's Choice

Right in the center of the city, a stone's throw from Bath Abbey, the owners of the Bird have taken an attractive villa-style property and transformed it into one of Bath's best design hotels. The 29 bedrooms are all individually styled, with handcrafted wallpapers, unique artwork, and in many cases views over Bath. Some rooms have free-standing copper bathtubs. Families and dogs alike receive a warm welcome. Whether you are staying here or not, it is well worth having dinner on the terrace at Plate, the hotel's superb restaurant overlooking Bath Abbey or in one of their funky Dining Domes.  

Pros

  • Stylish hotel with funky decor
  • Central location with views of Bath Abbey
  • Excellent dining

Cons

  • Basic price doesn't include breakfast
  • Limited parking
  • Not very accessible for those with mobility issues
18–19 Pulteney Rd., BA2 4EZ, England
1225-580438
hotel Details
29 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The Francis Hotel

$$ | Queen Sq., BA1 2HH, England

A prime example of Bath's Georgian architecture located right in the heart of town, this building was originally a series of townhouses, but they were converted into a boarding house in 1858, beginning their journey to the luxury hotel you see today. The hotel preserves many of its original Regency features but combines them with 21st-century comforts. The 98 rooms and suites are all thoughtfully designed and have bath and body products from British brand 100 Acres in the en-suite bathrooms. Breakfast is served in the hotel's excellent Boho Marche restaurant, which is also a popular and lively spot for non-residents to come for lunch, dinner, or afternoon tea.  

Pros

  • Historic Georgian architecture
  • Excellent restaurant
  • Central location

Cons

  • Limited parking that costs £20
  • Lots of street traffic
  • Only two rooms are wheelchair accessible
Queen Sq., BA1 2HH, England
001225-242105
hotel Details
98 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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