The Bath Priory Hotel

Location: Bath | UK

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

An intimate country house only five minutes from the Georgian splendours of the city, the Bath Priory is a luxury hotel with a refined atmosphere, impeccable service, and all the comfortable trappings of an upmarket Gothic manor. This hotel emulates warmth from its honey-coloured stone to its flora-inspired rooms.
Perfect forA romantic stay in a country house without compromising on a premium location.
In the knowTake afternoon tea on the hotel’s terrace overlooking the award-winning gardens, sampling the finest handmade finger sandwiches, homemade cakes and freshly baked scones topped with local clotted cream and strawberry jam. Or why not make it an indulgent afternoon with the Champagne service that includes a glass of Perrier Jouet.

Recommended for...

  • City Hotel
  • Cultural Immersion
  • Family-friendly
  • History & Heritage

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

In a tranquil residential area in western Bath, a 20-minute stroll from the city centre.

Rooms at The Bath Priory Hotel

With soft colour palettes, quality fabrics and tasteful touches of pattern, the 33 delightful rooms, each named after a flower, are decorated individually with elegant period furniture, and have views over the landscaped gardens.

Food & Drink

Under the watchful gaze of the executive chef, the Bath Priory restaurant offers outstanding Michelin-starred modern European cuisine, using ingredients grown in the hotel’s herb and vegetable garden. Choose a fine wine from the exemplary wine cellar with the assisstance of the Head Sommelier. For lighter bites at lunch times, be sure to visit The Pantry for a more relaxed setting, and afternoon tea here is a real treat.

Facilities

Unwind with a treatment at the hotel’s Garden Spa, which has a menu of simply blissful treatments. Guests of the hotel can also use the gym, swimming pools, sauna and steam rooms.

Activities at The Bath Priory Hotel

Walk through the nearby Royal Victoria Park and end up in the middle of the natural thermal springs and romantic buildings of Bath. In the afternoon, catch some sun playing a game of croquet.

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