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This is a beautiful hotel which has more of a guest house feel. It could be fabulous but isn’t quite there. The finer extras are missing, ie no biscuits in the room or mini bar. No individual toiletries in the bathroom. T-bags are bog standard...More
I booked this for my wife as a 5th Anniversary treat, she had always wanted to stay here having travelled past it many times on her way to Bath.
We stayed two nights in the Windsor Room. The room is beautiful with a massive patio...More
We are a family of four – with two teenagers - I always try and get two rooms connecting or a family room which is sometimes difficult as the choices are more limited
Room was Ok , clean, quiet . Linens were very nice ,...More
We stayed one night at this hotel and it was mostly good. We stayed in the Stirling Room (room 1) in the main castle building with its own terrace overlooking the garden. The bed was comfy and bath robes and slippers were provided.
My daughter booked this room for us so I can not say if the price was right, but I can say that it is a beautifully restored castle and our room was very clean and comfortable.
We ate dinner there as well and the food,...More
Response from KLH99973 | Property representative |
Sorry to have taken so long to answer. It is not easy to access the town centre of Bath from the Castle, it is a 20 min taxi ride depending on the traffic. Having a car is much better because then you can visit all the... More
Sorry to have taken so long to answer. It is not easy to access the town centre of Bath from the Castle, it is a 20 min taxi ride depending on the traffic. Having a car is much better because then you can visit all the surrounding villages and maybe even Stonehenge which is a world heritage site 25 mins from us.