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13 reviews
Located on The Royal Crescent and perhaps one of the greatest examples of Georgian architecture in England, this 45-room hotel is historical in nature but modern in comfort. — Oyster
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11 reviews
It's a budget-buster, but the quirky Queensberry is undoubtedly one of Bath's best boutique spoils. — Lonely Planet
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9 reviews
Intimate family-owned 1835 manor less than a mile from central Bath, offering a country-house-in-the-city atmosphere. — Hideaway Report
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5 reviews
This stunning restored 19th-century mansion is a 10-minute walk from the center of Bath... The rooms are handsomely furnished, and most of them are spacious. — Frommer's
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5 reviews
The Francis occupies most of a side of Queen Square, one of Bath's most notable architectural set pieces. — The Telegraph
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8 reviews
Recently making its grand debut in the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath, England, The Gainsborough Bath Spa is the only hotel in all of the UK to house a natural thermal spa. — Afar Magazine
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4 reviews
Top-notch B&B in a beautifully renovated Georgian house just steps from the abbey. The airy, spotless rooms are wi-fi-enabled; the larger ones overlooking a peaceful square are more expensive. — Rough Guide
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3 reviews
This exquisite bed-and-breakfast located just outside of downtown Bath is all luxury in a rural setting. — Oyster
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4 reviews
This upmarket b&b is spread over two interconnected Georgian houses on Bath's finest-looking street. — The Telegraph
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2 reviews
One of Bath's best b&bs. — The Telegraph
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6 reviews
Don't be put off by the 10-minute uphill walk from the center of Bath—you'll be rewarded by a wonderful view of the city from the garden and upper stories of this Georgian guesthouse. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
This locally owned hotel is a bargain in Bath, considering it bears a familiar brand name, but comes in cheaper than the more commercial Hilton — Star Service
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3 reviews
Keep this one quiet - it's a covert gem. On a terraced street this tidy you'd expect a heftier price tag, but the understated rooms and straightforward service keep the tariffs realistic. — Lonely Planet
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5 reviews
Bath's classical trappings aren't to everyone's taste, so things are kept modern and minimal at this city-centre crash pad. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
Once home to novelist Jane Austen, Bath’s honey-hued terraced streets are rich with history; No.15 Great Pulteney embraces the old and adds a dash of modern wit. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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4 reviews
A sizeable, professionally-run b&b with smart and spacious bedrooms and first-rate breakfasts, that in some respects feels more like a boutique hotel — The Telegraph
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3 reviews
It's a bit out of the centre, but this swish B&B really sets the pace. It's been throughtfully designed throughout... But it's still a touch pricey for a B&B. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
A hybrid between a bed-and-breakfast and a boutique hotel, the upper-middle-range Brooks Guesthouse is just a four-minute walk from Victoria Park and a 10-minute walk from the heart of Bath. — Oyster
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3 reviews
The spacious, two- to four-people apartments set in this Georgian building blend heritage features (sash windows and high ceilings) with modern fixtures and furnishings. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
A welcoming, boutique B&B on the east side of the city, where you'll find calm colour schemes, luxury toiletries and power showers. It's about 10 minutes' walk from the centre. — Lonely Planet
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