Pratt's Hotel is in the centre of Bath. Ideally situated for guests wishing to explore this magical city. Built from the famous Bath honey-coloured stone by one of the city's most famous architects, John Wood the Elder, in 1743, it was originally five town houses. As early as 1791 two of these were being used as boarding houses. Some of the famous occupants included Sir Walter Scott, William Wilberforce and Dame Peggy Ashcroft.
This classical Georgian hotel has 46 individually decorated bedrooms all with en-suite facilities. Each bedroom is equipped with direct dial telephone, remote control television, tea and coffee-making facilities, a hair-dryer and trouser press.
The hotel bar offers views onto Bath's famous South Parade and is the ideal place for pre-dinner drinks or a nightcap to round off the evening. Morning coffee and afternoon tea are served in one of the hotel's comfortable lounges.
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