Residence, Bath. Hand Picked Hotels in Somerset, England
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Weston Road

When you're not exploring the the wealth of history and culture on offer in Bath, this boutique townhouse will pamper you with a personal touch. Amid sophisticated craftsmanship that stylish combines traditional and contemporary tastes, you'll have no difficulty relaxing. Watch the chef at mealtimes, as he works the kitchen's Aga to create what you want, whenever you want it. Unwind in the sauna or summer house; wander the beautiful garden; lose yourself with a book in the library or enjoy a quiet drink in the conservatory bar. Though you may find it difficult to tear yourself away, a courtesy car is on-hand to run you into the nearby town centre. The Residence began life in 1796 as Ormond Lodge, part of a local estate. During its existence, it has reputedly been one of the homes of exiled Emperor Haile Selassie during the 1930s. Begin the day in the kitchen, where you watch the chef prepare your breakfast. Using organic, locally sourced ingredients you are free to bend the advertised times and enjoy it whenever you want to. Snacks can be prepared for you whenever you desire them - Dom Perignon and chips at 03:00 will be no problem at all! Alternatively, The Residence enjoys links with several of the city's top restaurants, who be able to deliver a meal directly to you. Several public rooms await you, including a very traditional library, where deep red walls and dark mahogany furniture complement oak floors. Lots of books, an internet access point, sofas, desk, study table and chairs and sumptuous soft furnishings are all on hand. The Dining Room is dominated by a central 12 seat dining table designed by retro-antique-salvage artist Rod Donaldson. Perfect for a business meal, a party or a very big table for two. The Conservatory operates as a bar and occasional brunch room. When the weather is right sun streams into this stunning area, which seats 24 as a bar or 14 as a meeting room. Full audio-visual equipment, including a giant pull down screen and sound system, as well as a heated paved outside deck for the warmer times. The garden is also available with its beautiful Italianate terrace with boule piste, croquet lawn, 2 fountains and a stunning summer house, which offers a cosy escape from the world.

With Disabled Access: Yes
Satellite TV in Bedrooms: Yes
Ground Floor Access

Colour Television

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