Enter an atmosphere of period charm in Dorian House, built of Bath stone circa 1880. It is a fine example of Victorian architecture at its most elegant, retaining all of its original features.
is 10 minutes walk from the centre and is perfect for those wishing to explore Bath's many attractions, including the Thermae Bath Spa, Roman Baths, Abbey and Royal Crescent. There are many beautiful gardens nearby and some of the prettiest villages in the country.
The cosy lounge with its open fireplace have an intimate, relaxed atmosphere with large comfortable sofas and menus collected from all the excellent restaurants in town so that guests may plan their lunch or evening meal. A delicious breakfast includes freshly baked croissants, fresh fruit, juices or a scrumptious full English breakfast.
Spacious bedrooms have a restful ambiance and views over the Royal Crescent or well-tended gardens. Some have traditional oak four-poster or cast iron beds and are luxuriously decorated with opulent fabrics and stunning décor. Crisp cotton sheets, fluffy towels, tea/coffee making facilities, television, hairdryer and telephone ensure a comfortable stay.
Flowers, Champagne and Chocolates can be ordered for your room by prior arrangement.
Policies & Restrictions
Non-smoking, no pets allowed.
Rates & Availability
Double rooms are between £78 - £95 per night, for the room including breakfast, VAT and use of the car park.
Four poster rooms are between £95 and $150.
Directions from the M4 motorway
Exit at junction 18 and take the A46 towards Bath. Shortly after it turns into a dual carriageway, exit onto a large roundabout, following signs for Bath town centre along the A4.
Continue along the A4 for about one mile, then follow signs for through traffic, turning left at a set of traffic lights onto Bathwick Street (see map above). Pass over the river and the fire station on your left.
Drive straight on until you meet a roundabout. Turn right.
At the next roundabout drive straight-on.
At the traffic lights, carry straight-on and pass under the railway bridge.
Follow this road (A36 Pulteney Road) around the edge of Bath, until you meet an elongated roundabout where the train line runs across to your right. Turn left up the hill signposted towards Shepton Mallet on the A367.
Drive for one minute up the hill. Upper Oldfield Park is the first on the right. (Oldfield Road means you have gone one road too far!). Dorian House is the third building on the left.
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