A stunning approach to the hotel with mature gardens and huge trees, the hotel has evolved through the years from a school to the present day hotel. It's old, it's traditional. Princess Di stayed here and I doubt that it's changed much, it shouldn't.
The rooms were lovely, spacious and nicely decorated. There weren't many elevators and the breakfast service was not the best, coffee service was slow and the servers seemed disinterested, otherwise, I would have granted them a five rather than a four.
It's downhill to town and a taxi back up for most of us. A very good choice in Bath.More
- Free Wifi