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The United Kingdom is small in size, but grand in stature when it comes to history. In addition to historic monuments aplenty, great and grand cultural treasures, and green and pleasant lands, the UK has some truly dramatic scenery, and is littered with charming villages. So don't let the weather put you off. Yes, it can be a bit rainy. And windy. And occasionally snowy. But that is all the more reason to make sure you're staying at one of the best places to stay in the United Kingdom. You'll be reassured that when the heavens open you can nip back inside somewhere comfortable/ cosy/ luxurious/ eclectic/ grand/ quirky.

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Being an island, the UK has a lot of beach, and is rich in places to stay with dramatic sea views. Cornwall, Devon, Wales and the West coast of Scotland are popular destinations for beach holidays. Whether you are looking for a family bucket and spade holiday, the thrills and spills of water sports, solitary walks or the drama and romance of big waves and bigger skies, there is a hotel to suit you.

The UK is flush with beautiful countryside in every corner of the land. From Perthshire to the Lake District to Yorkshire, the Cotswolds, Hampshire, Cornwall and even offshore, on islands such as the Isle of Wight, the Scilly Isles and the Scottish Hebrides.

Then there are the cities. London or Edinburgh will never disappoint and are rammed with great places to stay for every budget. But don’t overlook other British cities. There’s the buzz of thoroughly regenerated Manchester, the Beatles’ Liverpool, the elegance of Georgian spa town, Bath, Newcastle for its nightlife, and the famed spires of Oxford for its heritage and reputation. Or pretty market towns like Cheltenham and Chipping Campden, historic ones like Stratford upon Avon, or lively ones like Brighton.

What not to Miss

  • Stonehenge, Windsor Castle, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the British Museum, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, Hyde Park, Knightsbridge, the V&A, the Natural History Museum, the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace, the Tate, the Tate Modern - all the Tates, Kensington Palace, the Royal Albert Hall, Hadrian’s Wall, Blenheim Palace, Caernarfon Castle, the Giant’s Causeway, St Michael’s Mount, the Eden project, Durham Castle, Leeds Castle, Shakespeare’s Globe, Skara Brae, Dover Castle, the Imperial War Museum, Battle Abbey, the Royal Academy, Kew Gardens… All the National Trust properties… There are a lot of well known headliners to mention.
  • Edinburgh Castle is one of Scotland’s great landmarks, an iconic spot, atop an iconic street. As well as the Royal Mile, close by you’ll also find Arthur’s Seat and the the startling new and wildly over-budget Scottish Parliament building.
  • But it’s not the castle, but Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum which is Scotland's most visited free attraction, housing a splendid collection of over 8,000 objects in 22 themed galleries.
  • The Lake District for a cruise on Lake Windermere, a visit to Wordsworth's home in Grasmere and Beatrix Potter's house at Hill Top and a hike around Scafell Pike.
  • Georgian beauty, Bath, is a well known highlight, what with its Roman Baths - built around Britain’s only known hot spring - its romantic Royal Crescent and gorgeous Pulteney Bridge, and, of course Jane Austen’s legacy.
  • Oxford is also unmissable to many: what vaguely academic type hasn't imagined themselves strolling the hallowed - and cobbled - lanes of Oxford, between the 'dreaming spires' and Gothic architecture the colour of biscuits? Oxford's oldest colleges are around 700 years old - a spectacular age for a university building to remain so unchanged, the Radcliffe Camera and Bodleian Library are even more impressive in person, and, if the weather allows for it, you should certainly take a punt on the Isis.
  • In the interest of parity, Cambridge must be mentioned next: also splendid for its architecture - there are Gothic spires and grand facades everywhere - and the feeling of being in a time warp. You should see Kings College Chapel from the inside - it’s beautiful when seen from the Backs, but do go in, it’s very fancy for an English building and has had an incredible history; you should also stroll the Backs: and see Trinity from the front; and the Fitzwilliam Museum from the inside.
  • Liverpool is known for The Beatles, its dockyards and for hard graft, but it’s also got fantastic architecture, an outpost of the Tate Museum, a fantastic Maritime Museum and a glorious cathedral. Plus, it’s still known for its live music venues.
  • Manchester has The Lowry Museum and the Imperial War Museum North, plus great boutique shopping.
  • Stratford upon Avon's link with a certain bard are what make it a must-see destination for many hop-on-hop-off tours of the UK. But in addition to the world class offerings of the Royal Shakespeare Company, the beautifully kept museums in his homes, the survival of Tudor buildings dating from his lifetime, Stratford upon Avon is also a lively little market town and a good base for exploring the Cotswolds.
  • And don’t miss a cream tea in the Cotswolds - probably after a farmer’s market or two and a trip around a couple of National Trust properties.
  • Cheltenham is England’s most complete Regency town, and is another great base for the Cotswolds. Plus it has a world famous racecourse.
  • Chipping Campden is also known for being an especially lovely Cotswolds Base, with a wonderful 17th century Market Hall.
  • If you want to visit the seaside, Brighton is known for being cool, and buzzy, colourful and packed with independent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. Don’t miss The Lanes, the Royal Pavilion or the pier.
  • Hastings is known for 1066, and the battle, but it also has two funicular railways, a ruined castle built by William the Conqueror, a fantastic old fishing industry and an almost-new Jerwood Gallery of contemporary art.
  • St Ives on the north coast of Cornwall has a Tate, the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, and is frequently voted the UK’s best seaside town.
  • Salcombe is a smart, seaside town opening out onto a sheltered estuary, and is much loved by sailors and ice cream fanatics.
  • Dartmouth is close to the Eden Project, Agatha Christie’s house, Greenway, and it has its own Naval College and steam train. It’s also got a castle. And there are some really lovely beaches nearby.
  • For many people the New Forest is unmissable, with its shipbuilding heritage, expanses of green and wild ponies, and the nearby Isle of Wight is certainly packed with charm and interest too.
  • Then there’s the peaceful and atmospheric Norfolk Broads

The Best Places to Stay in the United Kingdom

For Historic Highlights

  • One of the best-known hotels in London, Claridges is history itself. It's recently benefitted from a glamorous makeover, sympathetically carried out in a style befitting a grande dame.
  • If you make it up to the Lakes District you may enjoy the old fashioned, Victorian gentility of the Grange Hotel, known for its ornate decor, fine dining and spa.
  • Oxford's famous rival Cambridge is just as easy to get to, and another beautiful and historic old university town. If you stay in Cambridge stay at Paddocks House. Once the country house of Lord Byron's sister, this is a historic and romantic place to lay your head. The decor - and everything else here for that matter - is luxurious, with splendid copper baths forming the centrepiece of most of the 15 rooms. They take an age to fill, but don't worry, your personal butler will do it while you have a drink in the bar.
  • Birthplace of Shakespeare, Stratford upon Avon is a great place for visitors to soak up Tudor history. And Ettington Park Hotel, a gloriously grand Neo-Gothic mansion turned country house hotel, beautiful on the outside and comfortable on the inside, is the perfect base for doing just that.
  • If you're interested in literary figures you'll not want to miss Bath, birthplace of Jane Austen and home of both the Roman Baths and some of the most graceful Georgian architecture in the world. The well-known Royal Crescent hotel is hard to beat if you are planning a treat, situated right in the middle of one of the most jaw-droppingly impressive pieces of architecture in Britain.

For ‘Green and Pleasant’ Lands

  • Surrounded by the beauty of the Cotswolds, Calcot Manor Hotel is one of the best examples in the UK of a genuinely family-friendly hotel that also works for couples. Set in its own estate, the former farmhouse, with a courtyard of lime trees and old barns, is praised for the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff. Comfortable bedrooms, indoor pool and outdoor hot tub next to a roaring fire.
  • Buckinghamshire, or 'leafy Bucks' as those who've fallen for this county's charms, call it, has within its boundaries both notable British treasures, like Bletchley Park and Stowe Gardens, and some spectacular countryside, including the chalk escapement of the Chiltern Hills. Grand, majestic and inviting, with its beautifully landscaped parks, Hartwell House is owned by the National Trust and run as a country house hotel.
  • Cumbria's Lakes District is great for walking and relaxing. Sharrow Bay a luxury retreat with top notch cuisine and walking straight from the door.
  • Linthwaite House Hotel is a beautiful Edwardian country house turned slick design-ish hotel with 30 comfortable rooms and an award-winning restaurant. Its location, on a hilltop overlooking Lake Windermere and the Fells is idyllic. Perfect for walkers and fisher-folk.
  • Seoint Manor Hotel, set in an 18th century country house amidst 150 acres of grounds, provides stylish and tasteful accommodation. You'll love their 2 AA Rosette awarded Llwyn y Brain dining room. Plus, you're right on the edge of Snowdonia National Park.
  • Glangrwyney Court is set in a Grade II listed Georgian Mansion by the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons. This beautiful, five star hotel offers elegantly traditional interiors amongst 33 acres of private parkland.

On the Coast

  • The Driftwood Hotel near Portscatho, Cornwall, feels as much Côte d'Azur as Cornwall with its light, airy, cleanly stylish but very comfortable interiors. There is a semi-private beach at the foot of the garden, decked terraces overlooking the dreamy view and a romantic cabin halfway down the cliff.
  • A similarly smart spot on the south coast overlooking St Mawes Bay is the Hotel Tresanton, all natural materials, well chosen colours and quiet sophistication. They have a screening room (some might call it a cinema) and a private yacht.
  • The Grand Hotel, Brighton is a glorious Victorian hotel right on the Brighton’s front. There are 200-odd elegant rooms and suites over seven floors - some with amazing views. Everything is luxurious, from the spa to the piano bar to the afternoon tea.
  • Devon’s The Henley probably boasts one of the best views on the South coast: a panoramic vista stretching from the Avon Estuary to Burgh Island. The five bedrooms are spacious and simple and make for an ideal seaside bolthole.
  • The Loch Melfort Hotel in Argyll on the West coast of Scotland is in a glorious position on Asknish Bay and next door to the National Trust Arduaine Gardens.
  • The Isle of Scilly’s Star Castle Hotel on St Mary's might be one of the most unusual places you have ever stayed being a 16th Century star-shaped castle surrounded by a sturdy star-shaped castle wall. The bedrooms are comfortable and popular with walkers and retired couples and there are two restaurants. The owner is a keen lobster fisherman and his catches often appear on the restaurant menus.
  • If you're looking for a room with a view, and a Michelin star, try The Atlantic Hotel on Jersey’s St. Ouen’s Bay. There's a spa and gym, tennis courts, indoor and outdoor pools and a golf course just next door.

Great Country House Hotels

  • Cliveden House is a grand neoclassical country pile, a National Trust treasure, and probably still best known for its part in the Profumo affair. But it seems like everyone who’s ever been anyone has stayed here, from Churchill to Chaplin and Lawrence to Lennon. There are 44 rooms and 15 suites, but staying here still feels like you’re staying in a country home rather than a hotel. There are original Old Masters on the walls, a spa which boasts Canadian cedarwood hot tubs as well as a whirlpool jacuzzi, boats on the river, two pools and a truly wonderful afternoon tea.
  • The Hotel Endsleigh is an historic shooting lodge in the Tamar Valley in Devon, now styled by Olga Polizzi into an intimate, 18 room hotel. There are 18 beautiful rooms, two fairytale suites and a villa, many of them overlooking a private stretch of river. The Italian meets Spanish style food is very good and they arrange private picnics in the grounds - and babysitting if you need it.
  • The Torridon is a remote country escape on the shores of Upper Loch Torridon, with just 18 rooms and 53 acres of park and woodland. The decor its a wonderful meeting of Scottish county house opulence and contemporary design. And there’s a seriously good restaurant and whisky bar.
  • With 500 acres of grounds landscaped by ‘Capability’ Brown, Stapleford Park is a wonderful Leicestershire estate to explore - there’s falconry, mini golf and archery to name just s few of the activities on offer. And inside the huge 55 room Georgian mansion the decor is exceptional and the service excellent.
  • The Pennyhill Park Hotel and Spa, outside Bagshot, Surrey, is a beautiful, ivy clad 19th century built country house hotel with a Michelin starred restaurant and an award winning spa. There are 123 rooms and suites, surrounded by 123 acres of park and gardens. And you’re only 30minutes from Heathrow and about 45minutes from central London.
  • Ardanaiseig, on the beautiful banks of Loch Awe in Argyll is a glorious, and eccentric, baronial mansion turned 18 room country house hotel, with stunning views and award winning food. For real privacy choose the boat shed, which is right on the water.
  • Inverlochy Castle is a 17 room castle near Fort William at the foot of Ben Nevis. As well as spectacular views and beautiful decor there’s a multi-award winning, Michelin starred restaurant.

Great Country Inns

  • The Cott Inn in Darlington, right between Dartmoor and the South Devon coastline, is a picturesque building in a picturesque spot. It’s one of England’s oldest inns and the perfect country escape with a snug bar and an excellent restaurant.
  • The Cary Arms enjoys a seafront location with fabulous views over Babbacombe Beach. Rooms are chic and for families there are three self catering cottages. There's excellent gastropub fare and an outdoor barbecue and pizza oven during the summer months.
  • The Master Builder’s is right on the Beaulieu River in the New Forest, and is where many of Nelson’s ships were built. As well as being an historic treasure, it’s also a great pub, with a choice of eating in an award-winning restaurant or having great pub food in the pub - and in summer there’s also an excellent BBQ. It’s great for families and there’s a good range of rooms, the most reasonable starting from under £100 per night.
  • The Peat Spade Inn in the Test Valley, is an ideal spot for outdoor types of all kinds. It’s long been a fishing inn, which is reflected in the decor - think tartan and pictures of fish - but the eight, characterful rooms are perfect for anyone exploring the pleasures of the valley, and there are great walks starting right from the door. There’s also a delicious seasonal menu and a cheery bar.
  • The Carpenter’s Arms is a row of converted miners cottages with 12 rooms, a restaurant and a courtyard garden where you can enjoy real ales and unfussy food. The rooms are neutrally decorated and you’re close to Wookey Hole and Wells Cathedral.
  • The Crown in Exford, within the Exmoor National Park, is a 17th century coaching inn with 16 rather grand rooms decorated with antiques and ornate fabrics. The pub serves real ale and traditional pub grub, and there’s a surprising three acres of grounds, including a trout stream.

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  • Woodlands Glencoe (Argyll) from £199

    Active Holiday  -  Glencoe is the ideal destination for outdoorsy types: hike, bike, play golf, try a segway tour and much more!
    Groups  -  The Lodges are ideal for small group getaways — and the team are happy to organise special events
    Romantic Break  -  With their secluded setting, lovely views and private outdoor hot tubs, romance is guaranteed
    Private Hot Tub  -  All of the lodges come with a private outdoor hot tub
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    A collection of luxury lodges — all with private hot tubs — just outside Ballachulish. Interiors are smart and modern but it's the finer details that resonate: Egyptian cotton sheets, wet rooms, super-comfy mattresses and breakfast delivered to your door. A romantic highland hideaway. See More

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  • Brooks Edinburgh Edinburgh (West End) 46 rooms from £59

    Local exploring  -  Well located in Edinburgh's West End, just a 10 min walk from the Old Town and five mins from Haymarket Station
    Value chic  -  Clean, comfortable accommodation at extremely affordable prices
    Less £  -  Elegant central Edinburgh B&B that won't break the bank
    Sights nearby  -  Easy walk to the sights; both Old and New Towns are a short stroll from Brooks

    Amazingly good value in not quite central Edinburgh. Clean, tidy, comfortable, friendly and for those on a budget a great find. See More

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  • Batty Langley's London (Spitalfields) 29 rooms from £170

    Sights nearby  -  The property is minutes from Liverpool St so there's easy access to all of London's highlights.
    Local markets  -  Old Spitalfields market is just round the corner
    Full of character
    Air conditioningDisabled accessNo pets

    Opulent, sumptuous and quirky converted 18th-century townhouse in the trendy Spitalfields district. Gorgeous over-the-top rooms and suites offer stunning traditional interiors and equally impressive bathrooms. A romantic bolthole in the city of London perfect for a cosy getaway! See More

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  • The Grazing Goat London (Marylebone) 8 rooms from £195

    Local exploring  -  The Grazing Goat is the ideal base from which to explore London
    Sights nearby  -  Be sure to visit Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and London Eye!
    Great walks  -  Head off to Hyde Park, situated less than a mile away from The Grazing Goat
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    The Grazing Goat boasts an enviable location in the heart of Marylebone. Their rooms ooze charm with muted Farrow & Ball colour schemes, large beds and wooden furnishings. Upmarket British pub classics are served in the restaurant downstairs. A splendid spot for city explorers! See More

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  • The Foxglove Huddersfield 23 rooms from £65

    Country Escape  -  With hearty cuisine, cosy rooms, roaring fires, and its location in a conservation area — this is an ideal rural escape
    Short break  -  Located just 20 mins outside Leeds making it an easy choice for a quick weekend getaway
    Value chic  -  With rooms starting at well under £100, this is a very reasonably priced stay
    Great walks  -  There are miles of scenic hiking trails running through Burton Dean Valley

    A charming historic inn set in the scenic Burton Dean Valley. Having undergone a complete refurb, rooms are fresh and contemporary but still packed with character. Downstairs the atmospheric pub serves seasonal British classics and real ale. A charming base for a relaxing rural getaway. See More

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  • St George Hotel Harrogate 90 rooms from £65

    Country Escape  -  An Edwarardian house that has been refurbed in collaboration with Country Living magazine. Enjoy British rural chic at its best
    Local exploring  -  In a good position for exploring the town and surrounds, or visiting shows and events at the Royal Hall and conference centre
    Great walks  -  The Nidderdale Way is a beautiful 53 mile circular walk beginning and ending in Pateley Bridge
    Sights nearby  -  The Harrogate Turkish Baths and Valley Gardens are within a 5 minutes walk from the hotel
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    An Edwardian mansion with classy country-chic decor. Interiors feature soft tones, statement furniture (either distressed or flamboyant) while the rooms are chic and homely. Plus there's a good restaurant championing Yorkshire produce and dogs are welcome too. See More

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  • The Willow Hill Aberdovey (Wales) 3 rooms from £275

    Romantic Break  -  Book one of the smaller pods for a romantic getaway with luxury interiors and a private outdoor hot tub for two
    Hideaway  -  The pods at The Willow Hill offer total seclusion and glorious views over the surrounding countryside
    Views  -  From their elevated position just to the north of Aberdovey, the pods have fabulous panoramic views
    Active Holiday  -  There is plenty to do here, from strenuous hikes to quadbiking or numerous watersports

    Three beautifully presented pods set on a hillside above Aberdovey. All boast gorgeous contemporary interiors with luxury touches including underfloor heating, hand-chosen furnishings and private outdoor hot tubs. Not to mention fabulous views! A perfect coastal hideaway for couples or families. See More

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  • Hotel One Hundred Cardiff 7 rooms from £48

    Learning  -  Ideal for guests visiting Cardiff University, Cardiff Sixth Form College, Cardiff School of Engineering.
    Sights nearby  -  The Millennium Stadium, The National Museum Of Wales
    Close to nightlife  -  In close proximity to Cardiff city centre
    Other Activities  -  Caerphilly Castle, Cardiff Castle
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    Hotel One Hundred is a family owned and managed bed and breakfast in Cardiff City Centre. The hotel has seven clean, simple, fully en-suite bedrooms and offer a continental breakfast each morning. Great value just a short walk from all of the shops and attractions of Cardiff city centre. See More

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  • Cary Arms Torquay 21 rooms from £163

    Exclusive offer  -  Summer Spa Breaks
    Total relaxation  -  Lazy days eating seafood on the terrace, followed by customised holistic treatments in the spa using Yon-Ka products.
    Families  -  Three cottages with three, four or five rooms are ideal for families.
    Great walks  -  Jump onto the South West Coast Path National Trail spanning for 630 miles through stunning landscapes.
    Fishing  -  The Inn provides rods for the pier and nets for fishing in rock pools.
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    A boutique hotel with the charm of a British pub. The cliff top position makes for stunning views. Chic white washed rooms mix traditional features with modern simplicity. Hearty gastro-pub styled food is served at the restaurant. A glorious spa. An excellent choice for a family holiday. See More

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  • Dittisham Hideaway Treehouses & Shepherds Lodges Dartmouth from £195

    Exclusive offer  -  Foodie weekends in June
    Families  -  Kids love the treehouses (complete with games and hot tubs) and there's acres of space to mess around in
    Hideaway  -  The name says it all! Dittisham Hideaways is the one to book if you want to escape the crowds
    Self catering to rent  -  All units come with fully equipped kitchens or you can book a private chef!
    Back to Nature  -  Quirky accommodation in a wooded valley offers a truly back to nature vibe
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    A charming collection of shepherd's lodges, treehouses and an original American Airstream just five minutes from the River Dart. All offer quirky, unusual accommodation in a stunning location. Interiors are contemporary with a rustic vibe; treehouses come with hot tubs. Great fun for all the family. See More

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  • Westcroft Guesthouse Torpoint, Cornwall 4 rooms from £130

    Active Holiday  -  The area is well suited to fishing, surfing and rambling enthusiasts
    Groups  -  Take over all 4 rooms and have it all to yourselves
    Sights nearby  -  Some of Cornwall's quaintest towns are within easy reach including Polperro, Fowey, St. Ives, Cape Cornwall, Padstow and Rock
    Four poster beds  -  One of the rooms has a pretty four poster and comes with a large sitting room
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  • Watergate Bay Hotel Newquay (United Kingdom) 80 rooms from £180

    Families  -  Surf's up for families with lessons at Wavehunters and a Kids' Zone, ensuring fun for all ages in a sea-view paradise
    Surfing  -  Dive into the Atlantic with expert-led surf lessons, a thrilling embrace of Watergate Bay's wild waves
    Great walks  -  Explore Cornish charm with a coastal walk, the hotel's doorstep the start of your adventure
    Total relaxation  -  Unwind in luxury with a sea-view spa treatment, the ocean's calm a backdrop to relaxation
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  • Bossington Hall Somerset 8 rooms from £150

    Families  -  With the roomy family suite, dedicated playground, plus tennis court and cinema, families are well catered for
    Total relaxation  -  With its intimate size and stunning location Bossington Hall is ideal for total RnR
    Local exploring  -  Perfectly located for exploring both the north Somerset coast and Exmoor
    Views  -  Breathtaking views both over Exmoor and Porlock Weir

    A charming country house turned upmarket B&B with breathtaking views both over Exmoor and the Somerset coast. Six smartly done bedrooms offer super comfy beds and luxurious amenities; not all are en-suite, but all have a private bathroom. Plus there's a tennis court and cinema. Rural bliss! See More

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  • The Roseate Villa Bath 21 rooms from £152

    Local exploring  -  A smart B&B well located within Bath with most sites within walking distance from the property.
    Great walks  -  Head out of the city and explore the hills and forests of Somerset.
    Sights nearby  -  Take a tour of Bath's most famed site, the Roman Baths.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    GardenPet friendlyParking
    Recommended by  -  Sawdays

    A smart hotel in a quiet spot near Bath's city centre. Simply designed rooms are clean, contemporary and spacious. The enormous windows offer plenty of light alongside fabulous city views. Indulgent breakfasts are served in the elegant dining room. An easy option for city breaks. See More

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