The Roseate Villa Bath
What We Love
- An intimate, five-star home away from home – includes lovely welcome treats and more
- Being within walking distance of the iconic Pulteney Bridge, Bath Abbey and preserved Roman baths
- Dining at the three AA Rosette award-winning Allium Restaurant
- Kicking back in a charming and peaceful location right by a pretty park
What To Know
- There is onsite parking for an additional fee
- Located just a 5-minute walk from central Bath
- Free WiFi is hard to connect to and unreliable
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at The Roseate Villa Bath in Bath, you’ll be minutes from Henrietta Park and Bath Abbey. This 5-star guesthouse is within close proximity of Recreation Ground and Pulteney Bridge.
Stay in one of 21 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.
Food & Drink
Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Full breakfasts are available for a fee.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
How to Get There
I recently had the great pleasure of spending a night a The Roseate Villa in Bath. From the moment I arrived to when I left, the service and attention I received was unparalleled. My sincere compliments to the friendly and attentive staff. The location of the Villa is convenient for easy walking to tourist spots, including the Roman Baths. It is also situated opposite beautiful gardens for lovely walks if the weather is good. Whilst it is possible to walk from the main station, I would suggest that taking a taxi would be easier, particularly if one is carrying bags. Parking is available on site. I highly recommend this gorgeous place.
Welcomed with tea and homemade cake started a lovely overnight stay. The hotel was full but very quiet and the friendliness and attention of the staff was lovely. Rooms were great with special birthday treats and homemade shortbread. Must mention the really good hairdryer. Very close to the town. Will definitely go back
Beautiful hotel.our sons booked and upgraded our room for our anniversary.Fantasticbreakfast,and lovely staff.Thankyou.The only negative was the £15, charge a day for parking in the the hotel grounds,We were very surprised at the cost,and left us feeling a little disapointed.
This hotel was very easy to get to and was in a fantastic location. A short walk up the road and then a right turn onto Pulteney Bridge. Parking is a bonus in such a centrally based property. However, be warned, I booked through Booking.com and was charged £15 per night to park. Apparently if you book direct with the hotel then parking is free. On arrival we were greeted with tea and homemade cake and were given lots of information about Bath and a discount card for some attractions and eateries. Our room (24) was on the ground floor, although to get to it you have to go up a flight of stairs and then down another. This is not a hotel for anyone with mobility issues. The room was nice, but I didn't feel it was a luxury room as we were told it was. Apparently we had been upgraded from a deluxe to a luxury room!! Not sure what the difference is. The room was very clean and had all we needed. However, I was not too keen on having single beds especially as they were placed right next to each other with a minimal space between. The shutters at the window were not good at shutting out the light and some were broken. The shower was extremely poor and gave out a horrendous noise when turned on. Complimentary tea, coffee and water replenished every day was great, plus homemade shortbread every day too. That was delicious. Breakfast was fantastic. A lot of choice and all very tasty. Just a shame there was no evening meal available. No lounge bar to relax in either, although an honesty bar was set up in the breakfast room each day. Overall a great hotel with brilliant staff and well worth a visit.
We really enjoyed our visit, because of the welcoming atmosphere and friendly ambience. Great breakfast, and afternoon tea, combined with an easy walk to downtown make this Victorian mansion an attractive inn.