Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
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Brooks Guesthouse is exactly what you’d expect from an English boutique: good service, peace & quiet and hearty breakfasts. The Brooks are a small chain of hotels (with outposts in Bristol, Edinburgh and Herefordshire), so they know how to maintain standards, yet are all small enough to remain personable and the service is unfailingly friendly. In fact, this Bath outpost has only 22 rooms.
The hotel seamlessly blends modern décor with antique furnishings, with designer wallpapers throughout the hotel and an open fire in the living room. It is worth noting that there is no lift and a fair few stairs, so the hotel is not suited to those less mobile.
A great breakfast is served each morning (at an extra charge), which will leave you well-fueled for a day’s urban-exploring. There is also an honesty bar, where you can help yourself to an aperitif. While there is no restaurant, Bath is full of gourmet hole-in-the-walls and swanky eateries.
There are 22 rooms at Brooks, with a range of types available to suit different needs and budgets. Each is cute and comfy with fun patterned wallpaper, crisp linens and good beds. Bathrooms are modern and come with luxe toiletries.
If you’re visiting to explore Bath, you’re well-positioned at Brooks. Only a 15-minute walk will take you to the city centre, so you’re able to spend your time admiring the sights on foot. Even better, the hotel is a 5-minute walk to Royal Crescent and 10/15-minutes to the world-famous Roman Baths.
For insider tips and recommendations, the staff here are able to help you book local tours and give you advice on what to see and where to go in Bath.
How to get there
Bath Spa Railway Station is a 20-minute walk from the hotel (1.5km)
Bristol airport is a 45-minute drive from the hotel (29km)