All of these hotels have indicated that they welcome children and are excellent places to bring the whole family.4 star, 5 star and luxury family hotels are included below, such as The Queensberry Hotel in Bath.
- Best hotels in Bath
Top 5 Hotels for Children in Bath
1.The Queensberry Hotel ⭐⭐⭐
The Queensberry takes its name from the Ninth Marquis of Queensberry, who set the rules for boxing and chased Oscar Wilde. One of the townhouses that make up this deceptively large hotel was the wild Marquess house when she took the waters in Bath.The hotel features numerous stairs and landings, and from its upper rooms there are magnificent views of the city of Bath. Tea and coffee are available all day in The Queensberry Lounge.Tea and coffee are available all day in The Queensberry Lounge. Tea and coffee are available all day in The Queensberry Lounge. Toiletries are from Mrs White’s collection.
2. Pulteney House ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Pulteney House is a large privately owned Victorian house, set in its own beautiful gardens, with ample private parking on site and views of Bath Abbey.Free Wi-Fi in the rooms of the main house.extensive breakfast menu.most rooms have been recently renovated and have complimentary toiletries and a selection of refreshments in each room.
3.Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel ⭐⭐⭐⭐
The Bath Spa Hotel has taken the concept of an English country house retreat seriously and has produced an experience you won’t want to finish.Think thick pile carpets, luxury upholstery, crimped curtains, croquet (and tennis) on the lawn and a five-star treatment.the all-Greek Revivalist building is a splendid and sumptuous affair overlooking the beautiful gardens and, just ten minutes from the centre of Bath, is a great place to enjoy a luxurious break in the city.Special mention should be made of the spa, which has a first-class swimming pool, gymnasium, whirlpool, hydro massage and thermal suite (and is popular with Bath’s rugby team, apparently).Drink before dinner at the Colonnade Bar (or the even more private Rotunda) and then head to the award-winning and elegant Vellore, the house’s former ballroom, which serves both classical and modern English (get a table on the terrace if the weather permits). For afternoon tea or champions, head daily to the drawing room, which is quite relaxing.
4.Bailbrook House Hotel ⭐⭐⭐
Just a short hop from Bath’s historic centre, Bailbrook House is located on a hill within the 20 acre rolling west grounds and has impeccable views over the city and the Avon Valley.Built in the 1790s, the mansion was restored and refurbished in the summer of 2013 and now offers 13 very individual guest rooms, all furnished in the beautiful sandstone style of this Grade II listed mansion. The adjacent Bailbrook Court has 81 further rooms, all refurbished in modern and elegant fabrics and bedding.At the mansion, relax in one of the three all-day rooms for afternoon tea and refreshments, have a glass of something a little stronger at the Conservatory Bar or head to the restaurant where the chef focuses on magical production.Menus with fresh local produce.
5.Apex City of Bath Hotel ⭐⭐⭐
Nice pool, excellent central location and family rooms that can comfortably accommodate a family of 4.