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This Boutique Bath Hotel is a Charming Country Escape

If you’re craving a cosy getaway, this beautiful boutique hotel in Bath is the perfect location. The Bird hotel is only a gentle stroll to the heart of the city and its famed attractions including the Roman Baths, the Royal Crescent and the Thermae Bath Spa.

What makes this place so tempting is the 31 rooms with individual design: each room has its own unique vibe. With views across the famous Recreation Ground and Bath Abbey, you won’t want to leave. Expect luxurious fabrics, statement chandeliers and eclectic pieces of art.

Some rooms even have an outdoor hot tub! Yep, you can chill out in your very own private hot tub out on the deck. How relaxing does this look?

The Bird in Bath is a Charming Escape from the City

If you can tear yourself away from the lovely rooms long enough, there’s some great food and drink options to enjoy. Whether you want a cocktail or two or a leisurely dinner, The Bird has it all.

boutique Bath hotel

The hotel’s outdoor terrace, Popinjays, is the place to be seen on a sunny autumn day, whilst its Christmas Tavern provides a celebration of the best of the season. Think: log cabins, cosy wood-burners, spiced mulled drinks, decadent hot chocolate and festive treats. The hotel’s soon-to-launch restaurant, plate by Leon Smith, will show off the best produce from Bath in a stylish menu.

boutique Bath hotel

As one of England’s prettiest historic cities, set in rolling countryside, and perhaps best known for its natural hot springs and breathtaking 18th-century Georgian architecture, Bath is ideal for a cultural city break or weekend escape.

Want to get away for a few days? Check out the latest offers at The Bird here.

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Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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