Just off tranquil Henrietta Park in the heart of the glorious old city centre, Roseate Villa Bath is an irresistible haven, combining metropolitan and rural, and with every little detail in place. A baker even works through the night so guests can wake up to the aroma of freshly baked bread, to go with the sound of birdsong. The intimate dining room is ideal for a leisurely breakfast or a quintessentially British afternoon tea, overlooking the park. With the monumental Abbey and world famous Pulteney Bridge just around the corner, it makes the perfect base for anyone eager to explore Bath. Guests can stroll up to the high street and smaller cobbled streets lined with boutique shops and cafés. After a day’s exploring, they can return to the hotel for a cosy night in, sampling drinks from the honesty bar and recounting their adventures. Finally, they can curl up under the cloud-like duvets in soothing, sympathetically designed rooms and enjoy a peaceful night’s sleep.
The Villa oversees the Henrietta Park, a 7 acre park opened to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria of 1897. The park land was donated by Captain Forrester of 3rd Kings Own Hussars, with the stipulation that it should always remain a green space and never be built on.
Breakfast; The Roseate Villa Bath features a dedicated breakfast chef who will tailor your breakfast preferences to your fancy. The Roseate Villa’s breakfast offering serves freshly baked bread straight from the oven, freshly squeezed orange juice, complimentary smoothies and Bucks Fizz with the food as well as a free-range of eggs, homemade jams and marmalades. All of the Villa’s food offerings are locally procured and can be served in-room, breakfast-in-bed style.
Explore the local Bath market where you can buy antiques, freshly-baked pastries.