Brindleys Boutique B&B
- At a Glance
- Our Review
A complimentary glossy photographic guide to Bath to take home.
Posh little B&B minutes from the heart of Bath
There’s a sunny, southern French feel to Brindleys Boutique B&B in the very British city of Bath. This chic new address has already been named one of Britain’s coolest places to stay.
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Hit the Spot
Less than ten minutes' stroll from the centre of Georgian Bath.
Come here for...
• Bedrooms with lashings of Provencal chic. • Highly affordable Bath accommodation. • A quiet enclave minutes from the city sights.
There's wi-fi throughout, and a garden.
Good to know
Stay midweek if possible – weekends get booked up well ahead here. There are no bathtubs, but every room has a good power shower.
All rooms have crisp white linens, white fluffy towels and an eclectic mix of French-style furniture. Each has a modern ensuite with a high pressure shower, REN toiletries and bathrobes. Bedrooms come with a flatscreen LED Freeview TV, wi-fi, tea and coffee making tray, hairdryer and plenty of storage space.
Bedroom Three is the most lavish – it's spacious and sumptuous, with lovely views from the triple bay windows. Its centrepiece is a huge, French-style kingsize bed, set off by elegant furnishings and original. There's a gleaming ensuite shower with side-by-side basins.
Eat & Drink
The light and bright breakfast room is just the place to start the day with a full English. No evening meals are served, but your hosts will be happy to recommend some great places to dine out in Bath.
Breakfast is served until 10am in the sunny, calming breakfast room. Continental and/or a wide range of cooked options such as smoked salmon and scrambled eggs are on offer, as well as some great vegetarian options.
See & Do
You're just a short walk from Bath Abbey, the famous Roman Baths and the new Thermae Spa, where you can soak in a steaming, outdoor rooftop pool in the city's famous thermal waters. Georgian landmarks like The Circus and Royal Crescent are also within easy strolling distance, together with Victoria Park (for pre-bookable hot air balloon rides) and a clutch of museums.
Just around the corner is a pretty stretch of the Kennet and Avon Canal, where narrow boats are moored. Walk along its grassy banks to reach the Holburne Museum, whose gleaming new extension has become Bath's latest architectural icon.
Make time to visit the city's Thermae Spa (advance booking recommended), where you can soak in the rooftop pool and aromatherapy pods or enjoy a range of wellness treatments.
Launching on April Fool’s Day, Bath Comedy Festival takes a bow with some top stand-up acts.
Bath comes alive with jazz, classics and experimental genres at the annual Music Festival.
Get all shopped out for Christmas at the colourful Bath Christmas Market.
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ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
GBP 110-180Check In
11.00Minimum Night Stay
TWO nights at weekends. Note: Weekends are heavily booked – often 3-4 months ahead. Do stay midweek if you can.Open/Closed
Closed between Christmas – New YearAir Conditioning
Welcome, aged 12 and abovePets
Pulteney Gardens, Bath BA2 4HGParking
There is free on-street parking around Brindley's.Trains
Bath Spa station – half a mile. There are twice hourly trains to and from London Paddington.Taxis
GBP 4 from the station or GBP 55 from Bristol Airport.Airport
Bristol Airport – 20 miles.