Bailbrook Lodge is a splendid Georgian hotel just one and a half miles from Bath’s City centre. Built in 1811 by the famous architect John Everleigh, this historical building was once described in an auction for be suitable for ‘a man of substance’. The hotel is set in its own gardens just off the main intersection of the A4/A46 junction that leads to the M4 motorway.
Today it has been restored to offer accommodation of 12 bedrooms which provide a taste of elegance and comfort with antique furniture yet retaining many original features.Eight rooms overlook the gardens and lawns and the Avon valley. The remaining rooms overlook the grounds of Bailbrook House.
35 37 London Road West, Bath, United Kingdom
Bailbrook Lodge, Bath UK
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