Significant recent investment to upgrade all bedrooms, bathrooms and public areas: - 61 en suite bedrooms - Restaurant with external terrace and private lawn - Bar and lounge areas - Private dining and conference facilities - Private parking for around 40 cars - Freehold site extending to 1 acre
Bath is a city of extraordinary beauty with a long history. The importance of Bath was recognised in 1987 when it was designated a "World Heritage Site" the only city in England to be honoured in this way. It remains one of the most popular holiday destinations in England. One of the main tourist attraction's is the Thermae Bath Spa. Visitors to the city are now able to enjoy Britain's only natural thermal waters as the Celts and Romans did over 2,000 years ago.
Visitors are drawn to Bath for its famous Roman remains and by some of the finest architectural sights in Europe. Notable among these are The Royal Crescent, Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge.
Bath is well known for its classical 18th century Georgian architecture. Bath remains one of the UK's premier tourist attractions for both inbound and domestic visitors, with an estimated 6.25 million people visiting the district in 2018 with the value of the visitor economy estimated at around half a billion pounds.
The Lansdown Grove Hotel is located in the popular Lansdown area of Bath, conveniently placed for all of Bath's attractions. The Royal Crescent, The Circus and George Street and Bath's shopping area are 0.5 miles from the Hotel.
The Hotel can be reached via local roads, approximately 9 miles from the M4 motorway. Bath Spa Train Station is 1.7 miles from the Hotel with direct services to London Paddington. Bristol International Airport is around 19 miles away.