What people say about us…

Stayed here with my wife for two nights in the four poster bed, lovely old original features throughout,, exactly what I remember a hotel used to be , lovely friendly staff. Will be back

Facebook – September 2017

Luxury Break

Just had a wonderful 2 night break at this fabulous establishment and cannot recommend it highly enough. The building is an original Georgian house and is decorated and furnished to a very high standard, reflecting the charm and ethos of the era. We booked an upgraded 4 poster room and were not disappointed, it was like staying in a stately home, well worth the additional cost. The top floor immaculate room was light, spacious and comfortable with a lovely view over the garden and beyond. 4 poster bed absolutely enormous and, again, very comfortable, bathrobes and slippers supplied and chocolates on the pillows each night. Never seen such a packed hospitality tray – excellent supply of drinks and biscuits, even a cafetière and fresh ground coffee! Cute little wet room with shower and plentiful supply of toiletries. The staff were friendly, efficient and ever so helpful, we were made to feel very welcome. Breakfast was amazing! Plentiful choice of just about anything you could want, including cereals, yogurts, fresh fruit, pastries, fresh juices, champagne (yes!) and hot food freshly cooked to order! Absolutely delicious – compliments to the chef! It was not cheap, but neither was it over-priced, for me it was extremely good value and I would thoroughly recommend a stay here for anyone visiting Bath. Thank you Bailbrook Lodge for making our stay so enjoyable and memorable.

TripAdvisor – August 2017

Loved it

Great hotel lovely staff and a fantastic breakfast. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay and the beautiful garden was a great place to relax with a glass of wine after a day’s sightseeing. Would definitely come back again

TripAdvisor – August 2017

The Deal of The Century…Gracious living at it’s best….

Stayed at this hotel on a voucher deal and it really was one of the best deals ever!! The offer included a champagne cream tea, breakfast and lunch the next day. Arrived late afternoon to be greeted by the wonderful Nick. Despite omitting to advise the hotel in advance of the husband’s limited palate, once Nick was informed he kindly made some plain sandwiches and the cream tea was exceptional (am surprised at another guest commenting the cream tea was not lavish as it certainly was and the champagne not being vintage because considering the quality and great value of this deal that seems incredibly petty). Tea was served in the tranquil lounge overlooking the garden and was certainly lavish, a plentiful selection of sandwiches including smoked salmon, warm, homemade scones the size of saucers, large pot of tea and a really huge cafetiere of coffee with a glass of very good quality champagne. The room was quite small but charming all the same with a view of the garden and decorated in a Georgian style in keeping with the rest of the hotel. The bathroom was quite large & had an inviting slipper bath, it was very disappointing to see that due to some totally inconsiderate previous guests the hotel had to put a big note in the bathroom asking guests not to use the shower tap attachment as a shower as previous discourteous occupants had caused damage by doing so (it was quite obvious it was not to be used as a shower as there was no screen so anyone who did is a completely disrespectful nitwit). Be more considerate as a guest would be my advice especially when the hotel is as nice as this one and the staff are so pleasant and helpful. Unusually these days breakfast was made to order which was a delightful surprise so it was super fresh and piping hot, more hotels should do this. There was a huge selection of cereals, pastries, rolls, fresh fruit, orange juice plus champagne on offer in addition to an extensive breakfast menu to order from. The scrambled egg and smoked salmon on toast was beautifully presented & the best ever tasted anywhere (far superior to The Savoy in the Strand) and the cooked English breakfast was unsurpassed. Huge compliments to the chef. A large pot of tea and huge cafetiere completed one of the best breakfasts we have ever enjoyed. The hotel was absolutely charming and the staff were so accommodating. Whilst the room was small it was spotlessly clean and this is civilised, gracious living at it’s best. Even when we got confused with the check out time thinking it was noon instead of 11am (although we were just about to leave but our mistake) and Nick had to knock on the door, he did it with such grace and consideration. When we arrived he was so helpful and pleasant and gave useful information about the area, nothing was too much trouble and we can’t praise him highly enough. Customer service here is definitely a priority. The deal also included a 3 course lunch with coffee at the Brasserie the next day at their sister hotel in the City Centre, The Royal. Unbelievably, you could chose anything from the menu (these deals normally limit you to a couple of uninspiring options on a set meal basis) so that was a real bonus. The menu had something to suit everyone, in fact you were spoilt for choice and the food was absolutely superb. There was nothing to fault about this hotel, it not only offered an incredible deal which totally surpassed expectations but delivered everything it promised and more, we wouldn’t hesitate to stay again and the only regret is that we could only get a booking for 1 night. Shame we couldn’t say the same about Bath which was once a beautiful City but is now dirty, shabby and a good town gone bad, would visit the hotel again but not sure about returning to the City of Bath.

TripAdvisor – July 2017

Great weekend break

We stayed for two nights and were made to feel welcome from start to finish. Staff were welcoming and room was clean, spacious and well equipped. Breakfast was great with a good choice, as was our cream tea which was ready for us at short notice. We would definitely stay again.

TripAdvisor – July 2017

What a relaxing pleasure

What a charming place with excellent staff. Had an American friend to stay and wanted to show her Bath and what a good choice of a place to stay. We all enjoyed the house and the service we had from the staff. This is a beautiful place with lots of character, good free parking and a wide choice for breakfast. So pleased we have booked to go back again with another group of friends. Quiet friendly and a good find.

TripAdvisor – July 2017

Boutique Hotel

We stayed 2 nights at this beautiful b & b. It is in a perfect position for visiting Bath. It has its own car park, but the bus stop is very close with frequent buses during the day, every half hour after 8pm. Our room was spacious, the beds comfortable. Ensuite was good, small but adequate. The decor was good and everywhere was spotless. Nice grounds out the front. The best breakfast of our trip round the West Country. Very friendly, informative staff.

TripAdvisor – June 2017

Wonderful B & B

This is a wonderful B & B the building is beautiful the staff are so friendly and helpful and breakfast is amazing. We are stayed in the garden suite my Aunty, 2 cousins and myself. Two bedrooms, one with a four poster and one room with twin beds both rooms had TV and a bathroom perfect for our stay. It was clean with beautiful bedding and comfortable beds.There is a bus stop outside the hotel £4 for a travel card for the day. Bath is about 10 mins on the bus so no need to drive which is a bonus. Even means we could all had a few glasses of wine together. I’m so pleased we picked The Bailbrook Lodge its a truly lovely place to stay and we are all a 100% happy with this little gem. We had a problem with TV it was sorted, we ask for fresh milk sorted, we are for information and all the staff were helpful with what ever we asked them. We really loved them and if I ever go back to Bath I will stay here. You will not be disappointed if you pick this B& B it a really nice place to stay.

TripAdvisor – June 2017

Highly Recommended

My wife and I spent two very enjoyable evenings here. A warm welcome from John on our arrival who showed us our room . We enjoyed a very nice cream tea with champagne. Breakfast was first class, again served by a very pleasant and efficient lady. We also enjoyed two daily lunches at their sister hotel in Bath. The Royal. Both excellent. The added advantage of the Lodge is that it is located next to the bus stop. We were able to forget our car during the duration of our stay and enjoy Bath without the hassle of parking in the city. Thank you all at Bailbrook.

TripAdvisor – June 2017.

Little gem

Stayed overnight here in this lovely Georgian property. Great welcome. Very good service. Well appointed room. Lovely afternoon tea. Nice residents’s lounge. Lovely garden. Very nice ample breakfast with a great vegetarian option. Convenient distance into Bath. Very welcoming staff. Would stay here again.

TripAdvisor – June 2017

Hidden Treasure

Stayed here with friends for the night… what an absolutely wonderful hidden treasure this place is. Check in was quick, staff were absolutely lovely and the room was just amazing! First weekend away without children for a few years and it was just perfect…! Room was lovely and clean and the view was amazing. Breakfast was wonderful, everything you could possibly want for breakfast was available…it was just perfect…! Thank you so much for a an absolutely fantastic night away, and can’t wait to come back in November..!! See you then… Cass & John xx

TripAdvisor – June 2017

Just amazingly relaxed

As soon as we arrived we knew we were in for a treat, what a fab fab house! The staff were just great and so chatty and helpful, John was just a diamond 🙂 Our room was gorgeous with stunning views, and two lovely comfortable chairs to just relax in and enjoy the views. The garden was truly beautiful and just perfect to sit and enjoy a G&T in the glorious sunshine. On both mornings of our stay we were served a fantastic breakfast, the full English is so so tasty and the kippers were also delicious. Can’t wait to return to this beautiful house 🙂

TripAdvisor – May 2017

“Third stay”

This little gem is in the perfect location to explore Bath. Just park your car and you have the bus stop a few yards down the road to go into town, takes about 10 minutes and runs frequently. OR do the beautiful walk along the canal into Bath, takes about an hour and catch the river boat back. The hotel itself is a charming full of character and the public rooms have views of the small but pretty garden. The staff are welcoming and friendly. We always book the Travelzoo offer which includes afternoon tea and lunch the next day in A hotel in Bath, but make sure you book lunch well in advance. Champagne in room on arrival, best value stay in Bath by far. One small point, no lifts , not a problem for us and we will be back again.

TripAdvisor – May 2017

“A lovely two night stay for an anniversary weekend break”

Bailbrook Lodge is a perfect location to explore the local area including Bath itself. The staff were most hospitable and made us so welcome on our arrival. The period bedroom was huge and full of character and the breakfast dining room was cosy offering a great choice from the menu from the excellent traditional ‘full English’ to continental and other tasty options. We travelled the short trip into Bath by boat. A 10 minute walk crossing over the toll bridge to the Bathampton Mill pub takes you to a jetty where you can catch a boat along the Avon right into the city centre. Takes about 20 minutes with a running commentary along the way. Well worth the short walk!

TripAdvisor – May 2017


I love this place. Just came back from our second time there and enjoyed even more. Amazing staff who go out of their way to make sure your needs are met. Our room was beautiful, especially the bed, which I defy anyone not to fall asleep as soon as your head hits that pillow. Best nights sleep I’ve had in a long time. So good in fact that I almost missed breakfast, which I may add was delicious. I chose the full breakfast which was cooked perfectly. I did toy with the Eggs Benedict, as this was one of choices available. Next time though and there will be a next time. Overall experience was exceptional from the moment we walked in till we left. Highly recommended.

TripAdvisor – May 2017

“Lovely stay in a comfortable and interesting hotel”

Had the Beau Nash suite and really enjoyed our night there. Lots of character and a lovely view over the gardens. Popped into Bath on the no. 3 bus. 15 mins into the city centre. Quiet and comfortable sleep with a fab wet room and first class breakfast. Thank you.

TripAdvisor – May 2017

“Lovely stay”

Staff were very welcoming, attentive and friendly. Room was very comfortable and spotlessly clean with nice toiletries. Afternoon tea was lovely with freshly made sandwiches and warm scones… shame it was raining for our stay it would have been lovely to have taken tea in the garden. Breakfast was sufficient for any appetite with a nice buffet and choice of hot food. We had lunch at the sister hotel, The Royal, in the Brunel Brasserie and it was also excellent.

TripAdvisor – May 2017

“A little gem”

We stayed here for a couple of days in March for my 70th birthday and had a great time. It was very cosy and convenient for bath which was a short bus ride away. We had a lovely breakfast and I had champagne on my birthday which was great. The staff were friendly.

TripAdvisor – May 2017

“Mini break in Bath”

Such a fabulous place to stay, very welcoming staff on hand with information on Bath, breakfast with champagne was superb and bedroom very comfortable with tea and coffee and bottled water on hand. Bus stop just outside hotel so easy and quick trip into Bath centre. Our deal included a visit to the Thermae Spa and dinner at The Royal Hotel. Once again the food was excellent.

TripAdvisor – May 2017

“Could not believe how lovely it was”

We on a deal and we could not believe how wonderful it was. We now would stay even if not on a deal. It included a Champagne breakfast, lunch at the sister hotel in Bath itself… Brunel Brasserie which included 3 courses and coffee! And the food was to die for along with the excellent top notch service from the assistant manager and her team. It was almost embarrassing being on the voucher deal as it was such an enjoyable experience…. but then again we would go back there again now when in Bath and wanting such lovely food and ambience. As soon as we arrived at the hotel be we were given such an enthusiastic and excited welcome by the owner. He also gave us the Bath discount card and suggested places to go. He showed us to our room and there were chocolates on the pillows. Our room…room 9 had its own door out to the garden. The sleeping part was a bit small but that didn’t matter. IT had an electric blanket and fan heater if you were cold. We weren’t, we live in a cottage already with no heating and this room had a radiator in the hall part of the room.
The night porter was also welcoming and enthusiastic and showed us a “bar in a cupboard” he called the smallest bar in Bath. He also served the afternoon tea which we had at 6.30pm as we chose to eat the meal at lunchtime. We caught the bus from the road outside. Very frequent and great to leave the car behind and not to worry about parking. Thank you everyone at Bailbrook Lodge. I have been telling everyone about you.

TripAdvisor – May 2017

“Perfect break with family, wonderful staff, delicious breakfast”

One night stay during half term. Welcoming staff, wonderful large 4 poster double room with adjoining room for 13 and 15 year old teenagers. Selection of hot drinks and biscuits and kettle in bedroom (including Ovaltine!). Lovely setting and just a 10 minute walk to a boat which takes you on the 20 minute ride across the river to central bath. Highly recommended. The breakfast selection was one of the best we have experienced. Left some of my son’s clothes behind. Staff kindly agreed to post to me. Thank you Bailbrook Lodge. Could not have been more accommodating.

TripAdvisor – May 2017

“Lovely place”

My husband visited after booking this deal on Travelzoo , the deal consisted of a 3 course lunch in their sister hotel in Bath city centre, afternoon tea with champagne, the room and breakfast in the morning , there was also a bottle of champagne left in the room . The deal was amazing and we couldn’t fault any of the food or the place , the staff were friendly and very helpful . We will most definitely be coming back

TripAdvisor – May 2017

“Proper little gem”

This is cracking little place the staff can’t do enough for you, extremely attentive and friendly .We arrived a couple of hours before check in but we were allowed to leave the car in the car park so we walked into bath, the travel zoo deal is amazing value

TripAdvisor – May 2017

A million thanks from happy visitors

Please could you share the following email with all your staff. My husband and I saw the Travel zoo offer for your establishment and decided to utilise this for our wedding anniversary – little did we realise what a wonderful time we would have and what find your establishment was – and is – we can’t wait to return asap) – the whole visit was so memorable – I have included a couple of comments and observations which would , in my opinion, mean you would go from 100% to 100%++++ Even before we arrived at Bailbrook my expectations were high – all of our pre-stay requirements and emails were professionally and quickly responded to My husband and I had decided we wanted to maximise our visit to Bath so had decided we would leave home early to travel so we could enjoy two days away. This meant we arrived at Bailbrook at 10.30am . – this we had already been advised would be no issue and to come to reception who would advise of us of where the buses should be caught fro – Nic Hurd met us with a welcome smile and showed us the ground floor of the beautiful building – he then advised us re the buses and gave us a Bath visitors card – this card was a godsend -in particular when we went to the Spa on our wedding anniversary and this gave us 3 hours for the price of 2 – bliss!! As we don’t use the buses at home very often this added to our experience and it is so simple I will not bother to take my car into Bath on our next visit! After our morning visit to Bath ( maybe I would suggest you add a note to your guest pack that visitors should request a Day ticket if they are likely to make more than a return visit – I asked for a return ticket on our way down on the first trip we made and was given a return ticket costing £3 each but later we went in and we were given a £4 day ticket so I did feel on that occasion we paid more than we needed to but still enjoyed going by bus) we happily returned to Bailbrook and formally checked in – again Nic was on duty and he gave us a lovely welcome – including remembering that we were visiting to celebrate our anniversary on the Wednesday and he congratulated us. Our room, though not one of the biggest rooms, was lovely and had such a tranquil feel to it – with the lovely large long window looking out over the garden. We did have a brief hiccup when we could not get the tv to work – then I realised that there were more than one plug socket and the main plug on the lower socket needed to be plugged in – hope this makes sense – maybe this needs to be shown to guests on arrival. One thing I really appreciated in the room was having both a “proper” kettle and a cafeteria and proper cups – lovely. The champagne in the room and the glasses were a lovely touch too. I would be very happy to stay in this room again – but maybe another time I will sample a four poster room – who knows Our afternoon tea with champagne was a lovely event – it was such a relief that my request for my husband’s vegetarian sandwiches be presented on a separate plate was carried out without a question – this so contributed to my being able to relax We both had a wonderful nights sleep in such a comfortable bed with lovely linen and the room temperature was perfect but your instructions re the adjusting of room temperature if necessary was a lovely touch . Our champagne breakfast was wonderful and how lovely to have the vegetarian option as the first item on the menu rather than hidden at the end of the menu – I selected this too and it was lush – 110% just for this!! When we reluctantly checked out we were so kindly allowed to leave our car with you and again visit Bath by bus – by now we felt like old mans at bus travel. We had a lovely morning just walking around Bath and then we went to The Royal hotel for lunch and what amazing value this was – it was a lovely finale to our happy visit to Bailbrook – we did then go on to Bath Spa and spend a happy three hours there – mostly on the roof just letting life drift by and relaxing – all in all a happy visit – can we come back very soon please?? We look forward to receiving our Bailbrook loyalty cards very soon. Thanking you again and please do feel free to add our comments to the website

Debbie Millard – April 2017

“Hats off to Mr McGuire and his crew”

Stayed here recently as part of a Travelzoo deal , I will not bore you with listing its contents but will say it was possibly the best value one I have ever seen .Arrived at the hotel to be greeted by the amiable Nic , who showed us facilities available and to our room. We stayed in the Brunel suite , smallish for me , but as I am 200lbs , that may be my own fault but perfectly adequate and well equipped decorated in period keeping with this excellent hotel. The hotel is in an excellent location for exploring Bath , do not let its position near a major road fool you , the grounds elevated nature shield you perfectly from road noise , and its walled “secret garden” is as near perfect as anyone could desire .Breakfast is truly excellent with plenty of options and the quality superb .
We also ate at their sister hotel in central bath , The Royal and they too in terms of staff quality and food quality must be thoroughly commended . I cannot think when in Bath I would want to stay anywhere else.

TripAdvisor – April 2017

“Gem of a hotel!”

We booked a stay here after receiving a gift voucher from a relative early in the year – both of us were keen to explore Bath and this seemed like the perfect place to stay. The hotel itself is a grand building, in keeping with the rest of Bath and has off road parking. We were greeted in a friendly fashion and given a quick tour of the hotel before being shown to our room. The room was a stunning with a four poster bed, arm chairs and all the facilities you could possibly need but the stand out feature was the view out of the large bay windows into the garden. (If you get the chance request room 25!) We got a Bath Reward Card included on our keys and this was extremely useful as we were able to enjoy an extra hour in the Thermae Spa for free and discounts on coffee shops and restaurants. The breakfast provided had everything you could want, with a range of vegetarian and healthy options as well as the standard full English. There was even the option to have a glass of champagne as well! The hotel offers a full dinner menu as well, although we chose to eat in Bath itself instead. When we arrived we decided to drive into Bath, this took a long time with substantial queues so in the evening we walked in instead – I’d definitely recommend this, it took about 15-20 minutes and isn’t as bad as it looks coming back either. All in all, I’d 100% recommend this to anyone who is after a lovely city break in England and we hope to return soon!

TripAdvisor – April 2017

“Amazing value for such comfort, quality and service.”

My wife and I spent just the one night here a couple of weeks ago and couldn’t be more satisfied with all aspects of this small boutique hotel. From the welcome on reception (hi Nick), to the comfort and cleanliness of the room with well stocked bathroom, the welcoming afternoon champagne tea, to the excellent freshly cooked breakfast the following morning, everything was amazing value for money (we were booked on a Travelzoo deal). The 3 course a la carte lunch the following day at the Royal Hotel in Bath centre (worth £60 in itself), was also excellently prepared and served. Although the hotel is a couple of miles from the centre of Bath, there is a frequent bus service 100 yards from the hotel which takes around 10 minutes into the centre, so the difficult and expensive parking in town can be avoided. There is a delightful garden to the hotel, with outdoor furniture, so in warmer weather than we had, a pleasant afternoon tea could be taken ‘al fresco’.Final thought – how do they do it for the price? – It’s cheaper than a room-only Premier Inn!! Well done to management and staff alike.

TripAdvisor – April 2017

“Perfect getaway..”

Booked this hotel through Travelzoo and were not disappointed. Beautiful boutique hotel away from the hustle & bustle of the city centre, yet a short and convenient bus journey away. We had a fabulous superior four poster room with stunning views, tastefully decorated to match the property with a modern en-suite shower room. The deal included a bottle of Champagne on arrival, afternoon tea with a glass of bubbly, a full English breakfast including a choice from the menu with yet more Champagne and a 3 course brasserie lunch at their sister hotel in the city centre. After a very warm welcome, we found all the staff to be extremely friendly and courteous throughout our brief visit. Really enjoyed our stay (escaping from our adolescent kids) for 48 hours of pure indulgence. This offer looked too good to be true on paper but in reality the whole package was fantastic, couldn’t fault it, perfect getaway! We shall definitely be returning to this gem of a property, would make an ideal location for a group of friends or family celebration. Many thanks, perfect getaway

TripAdvisor – April 2017

Great Hotel , Great Location”

Having just returned home after spending a really nice 3 nights at Bailbrook Lodge ( Apr 10 -13th ) , I thought I’d write this short review to let others know what a fantastic place to stay this is. The staff couldn’t have been more friendly and the room we stayed in on the top floor was spotlessly clean and very quiet, with a lovely view of the garden. There were some nice touches like slippers in the room, and chocolates left on each pillow every morning after room service had made up the room. The breakfast room was laid out with every conceivable thing anyone could ever want including fresh fruit, yoghurts , croissants , many different cereals , fruit juices and even champagne ! The fried breakfast was one of the best we have ever had, with plenty of other things to choose from on the extensive breakfast menu. There is a bus stop outside where buses into Bath run every 15 mins , but we decided to walk into Bath town centre each morning as the weather was bright and sunny, and this only took us 20 minutes. We are already looking forward to returning to Bath again next year , and will definitely be staying here again when we do –

TripAdvisor – April 2017

“Very convenient”

Bailbrook Lodge is a small hotel on the outskirts of Bath but easily walkable. The Travelzoo deal is really amazing. It included afternoon tea with Prosecco, Champagne in the room, wonderful breakfast and 3 course a la carte lunch at the sister hotel in Bath (The Royal). The staff at both business’s are very helpful and friendly, food is quite delicious and good quality Prosecco! Rooms are small but perfectly adequate with full tea tray and bathroom essentials. Well done Travelzoo and well done Bailbrook Lodge and The Royal

TripAdvisor – April 2017


Just come back from a lovely couple of days in this hotel. Staff so friendly, breakfast best we have ever had in a hotel, the deal with the Cream tea and champagne, plus the breakfast, and lunch in the Brasserie in Bath was excellent value for money, Hotel had such a lovely outlook and the room was so clean and comfortable. Other benefits were the closeness of a short bus trip into town with bus stop so close to Hotel. All in all a lovely experience, and we will be going back…….

TripAdvisor – April 2017

“Very pleasant weekend”

Stayed here on an offer weekend which was great value for money. This is a very characterful hotel and all of the staff were very friendly and welcoming. We had a very comfortable and clean room, the breakfast was excellent. With a very regular and cheap bus service to just outside, the hotel is very well situated for a visit to Bath. If you appreciate nice people, good service and excellent value for money you will not be disappointed if you stay here.

TripAdvisor – April 2017

“Amazing hotel”

This hotel ooozes character and Nick who has the most warm welcome cannot do enough for you. We had a 4 poster room which was fab. Very spacious and lovely view. The breakfast was the best I had in ages too. Would definitely return when we can

TripAdvisor – April 2017

Excellent weekend stay”

We had a long weekend here and found it to be superb on all fronts. The building itself is full of character – used to be two villas and now knocked into one and keeping the Georgian style. Breakfasts are very good – loads of cereals, fruit salad, grapefruit, etc plus a wide range of hot food and then croissants, etc. Staff are really friendly and helpful too. The hotel is set in its own grounds and has quite a large secluded garden that is great for sitting in and reading. Ideally situated too, right next to the roundabout from the A46 but quiet. Great views over the countryside. Would definitely come again.

TripAdvisor – April 2017

“So welcoming”

This B and B outstrips all others we have stayed in. To call it a bed and breakfast doesn’t do it justice. Bailbrook Lodge is an outstanding establishment, our welcome, the service, area knowledge and of course the great room and extensive breakfast selections – which includes smoked salmon, eggs Benedictine and Champagne. Yes, I did say Champagne with breakfast – a cheeky Buck’s Fizz or two. As for the rooms, I can only comment on ours as were very lucky and received an upgrade to the Jane Austin Suite, how’s that for service? Comfy bed, robe, slippers, plenty of tea and coffee and very useful toiletries, including shoe shine, mending kit and stain removal wipes….! What a marvellous experience and Bath’s not too shabby neither. We had a great time in the City, made so much better by staying in the Bailbrook Lodge. Thank you all.

TripAdvisor – April 2017

“Lovely staff very comfortable”

The staff here are so welcoming and friendly. Nothing is too much trouble, Nice touches like slippers in your room. Very comfortable beds. Spotlessly clean. Excellent breakfast and good location for Bath.

TripAdvisor – March 2017

Simply the best for quality of service, champagne breakfasts and a fabulous location.

Facebook – March 2017

“Great Location, lovely room and great service”

Like many others who have reviewed recently, we stayed at Bailbrook Lodge on a deal and I have to say had an excellent stay. We were in a four poster room which was huge, Very well furnished and with a great view. The bathroom, although a little compact had a very good shower. The location is good and the bus stop virtually outside makes getting in to Bath much easier than trying to fight with the traffic in your car. The staff very helpful and the breakfast was excellent.

TripAdvisor – March 2017

Situated just outside the city, no problems getting into visit, a very reliable bus service almost on the doorstep. Absolutely loved our stay. Breakfast is freshly prepared and nothing is a problem. Bedrooms are sumptuously decorated and very comfortable. Have no problem recommending to family and friends and will certainly be back for another visit.

Facebook – March 2017

“Quiet Haven just outside Bath.”

Nice friendly staff, nice room, ours was overlooking garden. Nice breakfast. Place to park your car and then take 10 minute bus ride into Bath. Parking in Bath is difficult. We had lunch included which was at The Royal Hotel in Bath excellent food. Would stay again if we visit Bath.

TripAdvisor – March 2017

“Oasis of calm just outside Bath”

Stayed two nights last week with an offer from Wowcher which included two nights bed and breakfast, a bottle of champagne and two lunches at the sister hotel, the Royal in Bath. We choose this hotel as we could park the car and travel into Bath on the bus (10 minutes) which stopped just outside the hotel, saving the hassle parking in Bath. On arrival we received a very warm welcome from Nic. Our room was charming with comfortable bed, TV and tea and coffee facility. The breakfast was plentiful and cooked beautifully. The lunch at The Royal was amazing. Would definitely recommend this hotel to you.

TripAdvisor – March 2017

“A brilliant weekend”

We checked in and shown around by the wonderful owner. When we were shown our room, my partner got a living social voucher, but upgraded our room and boy oh boy, it was absolutely stunning. We stayed in the Beau Nash suite, 4 poster, couldn’t of asked for better. The breakfast is freshly prepared and extremely tasty with a huge selection of cereals and even champagne! We left our car at the hotel and caught the bus, which is nearly on the doorstep, into Bath. With the voucher, we got lunch at the sister hotel, The Royal, absolutely scrummy. I have no problem recommending the hotel and most definitely will be. Look forward to going back , hopefully sooner rather than later

TripAdvisor – March 2017

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