Brooks Guesthouse Bath
What We Love
- A plush stay in story-book Bath, with breakfast, truffles, prosecco and late check-outA bottle of prosecco and champagne truffles make a warm welcome
- Being based close to all of Bath’s best sights
- Enjoying the honesty bar and the log fire
What To Know
- Standard rooms are small but comfortable
- If you're driving in you'll have to pay £8 a day for a parking permit
- Free WiFi is extremely slow and unreliable
If a perfect weekend to you is exploring one of the most historic towns in England and, perhaps, relaxing in Britain’s only natural spa, then a break to Bath has your name on it. Bath is of England’s prettiest towns, where spending days eating scones with cream and jam, before relaxing in the area’s therapeutic thermal waters is par for the course.
Base yourself in Brooks Guesthouse, a Georgian building just 10 minutes walk from the centre of town. This boutique property has a cosy-comfortable vibe with an honesty bar, a log fire and well-appointed rooms with pocket-sprung mattresses, guaranteeing a great night’s sleep after a day of seeing the sights.
How to Get There
We hadn’t been to Bath for over 30 years so a return visit was well overdue. Found Brook House online and choose the £84 one night stay bed and breakfast option. Check in on arrival was straightforward and Patricia the receptionist was kind and extremely helpful. Also provided a ‘things to do in Bath’ map which helped us during our stay for our walk around the city. Our room was tidy and comfortable. After a 6 mile hike the bed did its job ! Breakfast was also an enjoyable experience with good customer service provided. Plenty of choice and nothing was too much trouble.
Bath is a lovely city to visit, our stay enhanced by everything we experienced at Brook House. Well done. Happy to return again in the future.
We booked for a Saturday one night stay so that we could watch Bath play rugby. We stayed in room 22 which was a large room with a sumptuous four poster bed and large shower room. All the staff were very friendly and nothing was too much trouble. Very easy walk into the centre of Bath. Permit parking on the street outside was no trouble. I wouldn't call this a guesthouse, it's much nicer and well worth booking as a treat. We used the honesty bar, there's a very good selection of drinks, crisps, chocolate and upstairs there's an honesty cake table. You won't be disappointed with the selection and quality of the breakfast, first class. Thank you for a lovely stay.
Lovely hotel, nice staff and the honesty bar is great and was nice to sit by the fire in the front room,
We stayed in room 1, which was booked as a standard double however upon checking on their website the exact room is advertised as a compact double although the staff member stated that it is their standard double, room very small and bathroom compact.
Other than that the room was very clean and was given fresh sheets and towels each day.
I stayed here for one night with my partner and our nearly three year old daughter. All the staff are incredibly helpful and friendly. We were very impressed with our room and all it’s amenities, in particular the enormous four poster bed (room 22). There is a comfortable lounge with board games and an honesty bar if you fancy a little something. It is a level walk to Bath centre (approximately 10 mins). Breakfast was fantastic and they offered continental and a range of cooked meals. I chose the eggs benedict and the hollandaise was cooked to perfection.
Thank you for a wonderful stay.
From the time I booked to the end of my stay they were super helpful. I wanted to drop my case off when I arrived in Bath at midday, no problem. The room was lovely, cosy warm and with a great view. Such a convenient location for everything I wanted in Bath. All the toiletries you could need so you could travel light and plenty of tea coffee etc. Great choice of breakfast dishes and my freshly cooked poached eggs were great.
Would definitely stay here again if I come back to Bath.