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My wife & I stayed for a couple of nights.
I’d always been intrigued by the Bath Place Hotel, which uses some 16/17century cottages near the Turf Tavern.
It’s an unusual, historic place.
I suspect that in the summer it could be noisy - our...More
We have stayed at Bath Place twice now, travelling once in the summer by train, and once in the winter by car.
When we travelled by car we booked a parking place which while not cheap, was very local and suited us admirably.
I stayed at this hotel many years ago and unfortunately it has not aged well. We were in bedroom 3 and our extremely noisy (squeaky) 4 poster bed left a lot to be desired. The linen and towels were past their sell by date and...More
Quirky and friendly, a unique little place deep in the heart of Oxfordshire.
If you like history rather than modernity then Bath Place would suit you.
Note that some of the rooms are up curly steep stair cases which is quaint, but tricky for less...More
Five of us stayed in this hotel for a couple of nights. It was quaint, charming and very comfortable. Perfectly located right in the middle of the town but at the same time very peaceful.Our room overlooked a pub garden but remarkably we didn't hear...More