Staying & Eating in Bath
Eight3 North Parade Passage, Bath BA1 1NX
Tel: 01225 724111
Welcome to Eight. Tucked away on North Parade Passage and Abbey Green, just a few twists and turns from the Roman Baths, Eight is your own boutique bolthole. A place where you will instantly feel at home – relaxed yet moments from all shops and must-see sights. We have twenty rooms that effortlessly marry past and present. Each one has its own history and charms. As a small independent hotel we pride ourselves in giving each and every guest our undivided attention. We are pleased to offer exclusive rates to guests attending the Bath Mozartfest 2023. Please get in touch with us directly on the details above. We hope you will choose to stay with us this year and we thank you in advance for your support.
Hampton By Hilton Bath CityAvon Street, Bath BA1 1UP
Tel: 01225 967200
Located in the heart of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, our hotel is less than a 10 minutes’ walk from Bath’s numerous parks, museums, and historic sites. The hotel is located approximately 10 miles from the M4 corridor providing great access to Bath, Bristol, South Wales and Reading and London. Within walking distance of the hotel, The Bath Spa railway station serves direct trains from London in around 90 minutes. Opened in February 2022, the hotel has 202 modern and contemporary rooms, with a wide variety of bedroom inventory to suit both the leisure and business traveller. All rooms have tea & coffee facilities, 55-inch TV screens, built in fridges and lap top sized safes, ensuite bathrooms with water fall showers. All guests receive a complimentary breakfast including Hampton signature waffles and there is an ensuite fitness suite to run them off after!
Pulteney House AA★★★★ BTB ★★★★14 Pulteney Road, Bath BA2 4HA
Tel: 01225 460991
A large elegant Victorian townhouse set in its own picturesque gardens, a level 5-minute walk from the city centre and attractions. Continental breakfast only, private, secure car park with CCTV and FREE Wi-Fi internet access. Self-catering units also available.
The Bird, Bath15 –19 Pulteney Road, Bath BA2 4EZ
Tel: 01225 580438
The Bird is a dazzling boutique hotel with a totally fabulous atmosphere in the centre of Bath, with stunning views of Bath Abbey and around the corner from Bath Rugby. Colourful, bold designs and statement artwork are used to produce a uniquely creative and lively atmosphere. On the lower ground floor, you’ll find PLATE restaurant and terrace, which brings relaxed, sophisticated all-day dining to life. From modern British cuisine to superfood salads, Sunday roasts, exquisite afternoon teas and fantastic vegan and vegetarian dishes, you’ll find something for everyone to love.
Hotel Indigo BathSouth Parade, Bath, BA2 4AB
Tel: 01225 460441
4★ Boutique Hotel Indigo Bath – an IHG Hotel, is at the heart of the neighbourhood, you will find us in the city centre surrounded by all that the historic city has to offer. Famous for its history, romance and literature, the inspiration of local architectural beauty can be experienced throughout the design of our guest rooms, lounge, Elder restaurant and bar. Just a 3 minute walk from Bath Spa train station, 10 miles from the M4 and 19 miles from Bristol International Airport. All rooms as standard have a spa-inspired bathroom, rainfall shower, Egyptian cotton linen, Nespresso coffee machine, local Bramley toiletries, 40” TV, mini fridges and excellent WiFi. Valet parking available, alternatively there’s a pay and display car park directly opposite the hotel entrance.
The Queensberry Hotel ★★★★4 –7 Russell St, Bath BA1 2QF
Tel: 01225 447928
The Queensberry Hotel is located only a minute’s walk from the Assembly Rooms. Proudly independent, as soon as you step inside, you feel like entering a friend’s luxury home. You will find contemporary decor and furnishings combined with original period features, individually designed bedrooms, personalised service, convenient valet parking service and excellent value. Before or after concerts, enjoy a drink or snack in the “Quintessentially British” Old Q Bar. The hotel is also home to the Olive Tree Restaurant, Bath’s only Michelin star restaurant offering a deformalized fine dining experience. Book your stay directly with the hotel for best value and exclusive offers.
The Roseate Villa BathHenrietta Road, Bath BA2 6LX
Tel: 01225 466329
The Roseate Villa is one of Bath’s finest independent boutique luxury hotels. Ideally situated on a quiet residential street away from the hue and cry of the city centre, the heart of Bath remains only a pleasant five minute stroll away via Great Pulteney Bridge. The 21 individually designed bedrooms are smart, comfortable and elegant. The overall atmosphere is one of great comfort and relaxation, with the perfect mix of original grandeur from the Victorian building with modern welcoming touches and calming views over the park. The Henrietta Bar will be open all day, offering morning coffee and a delectable afternoon tea which offers stunning views out over the iconic Henrietta Park. Come evening, a talented team of mixologists will deliver a mix of iconic cocktails so that guests can relax in the bar before the evening ahead or unwind as the day draws to a close with a delicious nightcap. We are offering exclusive rates to festival goers from £160.00 Sunday to Thursday and £180.00 on Fridays, and £200.00 on Saturdays, all based on two guests sharing a double or twin room; please quote Mozartfest at the time of booking.
The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa ★★★★★16 Royal Crescent, Bath BA1 2LS
Tel: 01225 823333
In the heart of beautiful Bath lies The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa, a five-star destination expertly combining first-class service and meticulous attention to detail. John Wood the Younger’s 250-year-old Georgian terrace remains truly magnificent to this day. The hotel’s 45 suites and rooms, most of which offer unrivalled views over the hotel’s pretty, herbaceous borders or the Crescent’s impressive lawn, are among the UK’s most memorable places to stay. Relax in the newly opened Montagu’s Mews, a contemporary restaurant and bar where guests can choose from afternoon tea, informal sharing and small plates, order à la carte or enjoy a gastronomic tasting menu by head chef Martin Blake. The chic bar serves crafted local botanicals and small batch spirits and there is a heated outdoor terrace with lush greenery for eating alfresco. The Spa & Bath House is another wonderfully atmospheric haven where you can unwind with a TempleSpa treatment, followed by a glass of rosé in the Taittinger Spa Garden.
Woods Restaurant9 –13 Alfred Street, Bath BA1 2QX
Tel: 01225 314812
Woods occupies the ground floor of five Georgian town houses conveniently situated opposite the Assembly Rooms. With its Georgian elegance and warm informal atmosphere Woods has created an enviable reputation as one of Bath’s best independent restaurants. David Price and his French wife Claude have owned Woods since 1979. A truly family run business offering personal service and dazzling food at competitive prices. British cooking with a French accent. Enjoy lunch or pre-concert dinner from 5.15pm. Booking preferable. Just a bite or a three course dinner and we will get you there in time for the concert!