Homewood Park Hotel & Spa
What We Love
- A luxury spa retreat near Bath, with breakfast, a dinner and suite option and moreTreating yourself to an Elemis treatment at the exquisite spa
- Dining at the gourmet restaurant, a decadent spot with two AA Rosettes
- Staying just 15 minutes outside Bath, where you'll find cozy pubs, tea rooms and the famous Roman baths
- The hotel's four silver stars, awarded by the AA
What To Know
- Garden suites provide extra privacy as they're not part of the main hotel, but closer to the spa
- There's an indoor hydrotherapy pool, a heated outdoor pool, a sauna, and a steam room
- WiFi is fast and reliable
A beautiful listed building dating back to the 13th century, Homewood Park Hotel & Spa has been renovated with traditional stone and is covered in clambering ivy. Set just 15 minutes outside historic Bath, the hideaway is surrounded by 10 acres of award-winning gardens, park and woodland. The hotel’s spa, which has been recommended by the Good Spa Guide, is tranquilly set in its own building, nestled in the gardens.
While you’re here, don’t miss the chance to try out some of the signature treatments, which include Elemis body therapies. The gourmet British restaurant has been awarded two AA Rosettes and offers imaginative cuisine, presented with aplomb. Add afternoon tea by the roaring log fire to your to-do list too, all the better when you throw a glass of chilled Taittinger champagne into the mix.
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Outstanding dining experience. Delicious food. Superb!!! Cosy, clean room. Friendly, attentive staff (Florin). Relaxing spa. Beautiful surroundings.everything was excellent. We can't wait to come back.
myself and my mother in law came today to use a voucher for classic afternoon tea that my sister in law had bought us.
What can i say, apart from it was a complete disappointment!
The finger sandwiches were bland and the cakes were absolutely vile tasting.
The scones were burnt and the selection of finger sized cakes were horrid.
I'm not one to complain usually but for the price that was paid over £40 made it feel like a complete rip off!
It was supposed to be a relaxing day but whilst we were the only customers in the tea room the staff spoke very loudly and kept coming in and out of the empty room making the experience feel like they were waiting for us to go.
An experience that I do not wish to repeat. Not offered a choice of places to sit. No complimentary glass of champagne as stated on website and no choice of teas or coffees given. Cakes were disgusting and overcooked. Wont be recommending to anyone. Gutted that my friends had paid for this for a treat. They would be mortified if they knew how gutted and disappointed I was.
I booked a room through a Red Letter Day voucher and stayed there for 1 night with my husband. The place is lovely and the location is good for a relaxing weekend. The room was a bit outdated and the carpet was old and not clean. The windows were not properly sealed and you could feel a draft of wind. The restaurant staff were not very friendly and the food was expensive. The breakfast was included however the service and food was not up to the standard. They served tea and coffee without milk and when asked for nobody got it for us. We had to ask them to refill the croissant bag twice but then also it wasn’t. The only thing nice about our stay was the spa which was good. Overall it is not worth for the money.
Lovely hotel in beautiful picturesque grounds. Check in was a bit strange, just a desk in lobby you sat at with a member of staff while other customers stood around while you gave your details in and got your key. Room was lovely, great size, very clean and comfortable. Supplied with robes and slippers for the spa which was just down the stairs across the courtyard, lovely refreshing outdoor pool, not heated though, then very relaxing steam and sauna room and hydro pool, really enjoyed relaxing here. Breakfast was tasty and great choice, would definitely stay here again.