15 February, 2012

Boutique B&B in Bath

The city of Bath, in the south west of England, is famous for fantastic architecture and spa breaks. It was designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, and presents some of the finest architectural sights in Europe. It's also home to Britain's only natural thermal spa where you can enjoy the thermal waters as the Celts and Romans did over 2000 years ago.

Photo courtesy of Brindleys
One of Bath's principal industries is tourism with more than one million visitors staying overnight, and around 3.8 million day visitors to the city on an annual basis. Its popularity is reflected in almost 300 places of accommodation; including over 180 bed and breakfasts, and I've found a little stunner that I think stands out from the rest. 

Photo courtesy of Brindleys
The Times newspaper lists Brindleys boutique Bed and Breakfast hotel as one of the coolest places to stay in the UK. A convenient five minute walk from the train and bus stations, it's set in a quiet location ten minutes from the centre of the Bath. For those driving, on street visitors parking is available. The B&B's aim is to make guests feel as though they are 'home from home', and it has a good reputation for fine service and cosy clean rooms.

Photo courtesy of Brindleys
There are just six bedrooms at Brindleys from classic doubles to king rooms. They all have en-suite facilities, with flat-screen LED TV's, Wi-Fi, and hairdryers. The B&B offers traditional English or Continental breakfast, served in a beautiful breakfast room (pictured below).

Photo courtesy of Brindleys
Top tip: Weekends in Bath are extremely popular, and the B&B request (as do most others in the city)  that people book for two night weekend breaks instead of a single night let. If you'd like more information on the B&B visit the official website: www.brindleysbath.co.uk

No comments:

Post a Comment