Harington's Hotel, Bath. Hand Picked Hotels in Somerset, England
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Harington's Hotel

8-10 Queen St

Probably the best located Hotel in the Heart of Bath. We are a unique haven situated in the heart of the city. Enjoy warm hospitality in this charming 18th Century hotel set in a quiet picturesque cobbled street in the very heart of Bath. Haringtons Hotel is privately owned and operated. This year the hotels 13 Bedrooms have been fully refurbished. All rooms have been individually refurbished using bright and imaginative colours and textures. The rooms vary from Standard, Superior and Feature Room for single, double, twin or family occupancy. The Feature rooms offer the added Wow factor.The rooms have 1400 sprung mattresses, power showers, LCD TVs that come with full cable TV with sports and films channels. We provide a laptop to our guests with free Wireless broadband connection. Just a minute's walk to The Roman Baths and all major attractions, shops, restaurants and night life with ample reserved off street parking. Enjoy Homemade scones, clotted cream and tea in the Coffee Lounge or a Sandwich on the patio with a drink from the bar, both open throughout the day and evening. Relax over a delicious cooked-to-order breakfast served until 10.00 am. Haringtons Bistro Menu served from Mid-day to 8pm includes lamb shank to sticky toffee pudding to mention a few. The ideal break - at any time of the year for work or play. We look forward to welcoming you and offering you a comfortable, helpful and friendly stay.

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

Colour Television

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