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Since this 29-room Georgian townhouse hotel was taken over by one of Bath's tourism directors and his wife in 2003, it's become one of area's top places to stay.
The street and the building are quintessentially Georgian, but this 29-room hotel with bold retro-modern decor almost completely obliterates the historic continuity. Full review →
A boutique hotel in the centre of Bath that offers great service including a concierge with plenty of ideas about exploring the city.
Intimate and elegant, this boutique hotel in a residential street near the Circus occupies three 1772 town houses built by John Wood the Younger for the marquis of Queensberry. Full review →
In our view, it is now among the finest places to stay in a city where the competition for restored town-house hotels is fierce. Full review →
The place to go if you’re looking for somewhere stylish, quirky and quintessentially British. Full review →Ask for the first-floor bedrooms with their high ceilings and authentic Georgian colours.
It's a budget-buster, but the quirky Queensberry is undoubtedly one of Bath's best boutique spoils. Full review →
A welcoming blend of its historic Bath Stone exterior and clean-lined modern décor, Bath's Queensberry Hotel pleasantly updates the restorative tradition of this famous spa city. Full review →
This charming mid-range boutique hotel in downtown Bath, just a short walk from the city center, offers attractive rooms at reasonable rates. Full review →
An easy five-minute stroll from the Crescent and 10 minutes from the River Avon, this delightful and affordable boutique-hotel comprises four 1772 town houses and the Olive Tree... Full review →Many guests prefer rooms with courtyard views as they are quieter, and rooms 7 and 20 are oft- requested by repeaters.
The playful atmosphere at The Queensberry is different to that of other, firmly traditional Bath hotels. Full review →
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