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Villa at Henrietta Park

Villa at Henrietta Park

Bath, The UK

Housed in an unassuming Victorian mansion built in 1868, Villa at Henrietta Park strives to make guests feel truly welcome during their stay. Special touches like tea and cakes in the garden, an honesty bar, and made-to-order breakfast help to make it feel like you are relaxing at home, and its peaceful but central location makes it ideally situated for exploring the area.

The home-like feel continues throughout the hotel into the bedrooms, each of which are uniquely inspired, and offer views of either the hotel’s gardens or the sprawling park across the way. For dinner, guests can make their way to the Allium at the hotel’s sister property, just a five-minute walk down the road.

OUR RATING: Medium

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A perfect retreat, the Villa at Henrietta Park provides a tranquil and welcoming stay despite being just a stone’s throw from the heart of Bath.

Rooms

Rooms at the Villa at Henrietta Park offer views either over the hotel’s lush gardens or out onto Henrietta Park opposite. Each room wraps guests in comfort with plush Egyptian cotton bedding, premium bath products and homemade shortbreads. Tucked beneath the hotel is ‘The Hideaway’, a spacious suite giving guests the option for even more seclusion.

Location

The Villa at Henrietta Park is located directly across the street from the park for which it is named, Henrietta Park, built in celebration of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. A five-minute walk from the heart of historic Bath, the hotel is easily accessible to places like the Roman Baths, the Victoria Art Gallery and plenty of shops and restaurants.

Food and drink

Villa at Henrietta Park’s dedicated breakfast chef prepares a hearty, made-to-order breakfast with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Breakfast is accompanied by freshly squeezed orange juice or a complimentary glass of Bucks Fizz. Dinner can be taken just a five-minute walk down the road at the hotel’s sister property, the Abbey Hotel. Here you will find Allium, a trendy restaurant serving global cuisine.

Tour ideas in Bath

Our itineraries are there to spark ideas for how you could include a stay at Villa at Henrietta Park as part of your trip. Treat them simply as suggestions, because every aspect of the trip we create for you will be yours to define.

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    Alternative places to stay nearby

    Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favorite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.

    Experiences while staying here

    The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.

    • Georgian and Roman Bath walking tour
      Roman Baths, Bath

      Georgian and Roman Bath walking tour

      Georgian and Roman Bath walking tour

      The Roman Baths and the Royal Crescent are among the sights on this full-day guided walking tour of Bath. You tour the baths first built by the Romans to tap into the local hot springs before visiting some of the meeting places for Georgian high society.

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    • Stonehenge, Lacock and Avebury tour
      Stonehenge

      Stonehenge, Lacock and Avebury tour

      Stonehenge, Lacock and Avebury tour

      Explore England’s long history, written in stone. Your private guide takes you to the ancient stone circles at Stonehenge and Avebury, with a stop at Lacock Abbey, a former nunnery turned stately Tudor home.

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