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No. 15 Great Pulteney
Located on what many describe as the grandest street is Bath, inside three of the city’s adjoining iconic Georgian buildings, you’ll find No.15 Great Pultney Street, a beautiful, luxury boutique hotel with a quirky personality. Decorated in an elegant and impressive style the hotel has a peaceful yet playful manner to it. Each room is unique and invites curiosity, expect to find grand 4 poster beds, collections of rarities and, in the bar, the hotel’s now famous ‘Lost Earing Chandelier’, a piece specially commissioned and made up of single pendant earrings. The atmosphere throughout is relaxed and informal, while an uncompromising attention to detail from the staff ensure you feel utterly spoilt. There is no formal restaurant as such, instead, the hotel has a café where breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea are served and dinner can be enjoyed on Friday and Saturday nights, as well as an atmospheric bar area. Both of which are used just as much by locals as by the hotel’s residence. What’s more? The hotel even allows (well behaved) dogs.
Bath is a city steeped in history, and its beautiful sandstone buildings exude grandeur reminiscent of its regal past. Take a walk along the Royal Crescent, a tour of the Roman Baths or a trip to the Abbey and you quickly understand why this city is one of the most the photographed, and visited, in England. However, don’t be fooled into thinking the high street and its famous attractions are all Bath has to offer. For take a trip down any of the cobbled side streets and you’ll be lead to the beating heart of the city, the local businesses and their owners. From Walcot Street in the north to Queen’s Square in the West and Henrietta Road in the east, Bath residents are fierce in their support for independent businesses. And with good reason, for this city is packed with them. From fine dining, to boutique stays and contemporary cafes, take a look through our independent listings and uncover the real beauty of Bath.View neighbourhoodView community