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No.15, Bath, Somerset
A luxury boutique hotel set in a Georgian Grade I-listed building, No.15 is a treat. Located on Bath's neoclassical gem, Great Pulteney Street, the hotel reveals a flair for imagination right from the off and manages the trick of combining character with modernity. The blend of the original fittings and features with quirky and creative touches works well. It has a grown-up, fun atmosphere with a cool spa, a cocktail bar with wittily conceived drinks and a very good restaurant in The Dispensary, which offers a contemporary take on classic British dishes. In a nutshell, the perfect retreat for a breeze through Bath.
We love being on handsome Great Pulteney Street - one of the loveliest avenues anywhere in Britain.
Pulteney Street is a short walk from the Robert Adam-designed Pulteney Bridge and the heart of the city.
By car: 40 minutes from Bristol, just over 1 hour from Cardiff and 1 hour 30 minutes from Reading. Parking costs £22 per day.
By train: London Paddington to Bath Spa station is 1 hour 20 minutes. The hotel is 10 minutes' away by foot. thetrainline.com
Style & Character
Great for anyone with a taste for the quirky. It's a lovely romantic bolthole. The mismatched collection of objects and curiosities, such as the kaleidoscopes, musical instruments and old medicine bottles are a highlight.
Service & Facilities
We love the inventiveness of the mixologist in Bar 15, who is always ready with a novel suggestion of what to try. Well-behaved dogs are welcome (for a £20 charge) in the sitting rooms and Bar 15 and some of the bedrooms.
- Wellness suite
- Free Wi-Fi
We love the small larder on each floor with complimentary drinks and snacks. The Henrietta with its huge sash windows and the Hideout with hot tub and steam room are highlights.
Small Room, Room, Large Room, Coach House Room, Large Coach House Room, Henrietta Room, Pulteney Room, Hideout Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, Dyson hairdryer, Nespresso machine, pantry treats, flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
We love the design twists in the restaurant, such as the antique chemists' cabinets and dispensing jars. The Wiltshire venison with fermented beetroot and local mushrooms is recommended.
The Restaurant: updated classics, seasonal ingredients. Open for breakfast, Sunday lunch and dinner. Mains from £16.
Bar 15: inventive cocktails, extensive wine list and craft beers. Open daily 6.30-10.30pm.
The Sitting Room: relaxed dining. Open all day. Lunch menu, sandwiches and snacks from £5.50.