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Queensberry Hotel - Review

BANG IN THE HEART OF GEORGIAN Bath, The Queensberry sits in an enviable location minutes from all the city’s historic attractions. Occupying four classic Georgian terraced houses, it takes its name from the Marquess of Queensberry.

Step inside, and it’s soon apparent that this smart Bath boutique hotel’s contemporary styling stays brilliantly in tune with the building’s period setting. The Queensberry’s high 18th century stucco ceilings, wooden balustrades, cornices and wood panelling are deftly set off by modern watercolours, suede sofas, leather-back chairs and restful colour combos with the odd vivid splash.

Modern simplicity mixes effortlessly with the heritage surrounds. You might spot a lime green sofa with coffee coloured cushions set against a taupe wall, burgundy velvet cushions on a cream bedspread or bright orange vases flanking a Baroque style mirror. All very chic.

Biscuit and ivory

The Queensberry's 29 bedrooms – which have the pleasing informality of staying with an eminently stylish friend – are all different. Soothing shades of ivory, biscuit and chocolate are accented with splashes of terracotta, charcoal and earthy greens, boldly patterned wallpaper or jazzy rugs. Fluffy robes and Egyptian cotton sheets ramp up the comfort factor.

Sleek white and chrome bathrooms – some with freestanding baths and his-and-hers basins – are stocked with White Company toiletries, while technics include a CD player, flatscreen TV, Ipod dock and DAB digital radio. Suites – each stylishly different – have expansive sofas where you can be as slothful as you like.

Downstairs, you’ll find cosy lounges where fires burn in winter, a well stocked bar and a secluded walled garden perfect for al fresco cocktails (or in my case a pre-dinner Scotch). That's not forgetting The Queensberry’s Olive Tree restaurant, feted as one of the best in the West Country. Paul Burrows' award-winning modern British cuisine was unquestionably the high point of our stay – made even better by helpful and friendly staff.

The Queensberry Hotel was reviewed for Room for Romance by Jonathan Hewitt

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