Hotels in Bath
Norton St Philip
If, during your visit to Bath, a stay in a castle is an unrequited dream then you can be assured that you will not be disappointed with Bath Lodge. Originally constructed in 1806 as the principal of six gate lodges to one of the largest estates in England, Bath Lodge (originally called Castle Lodge) was uniquely built to parody, in miniature, the principal estate buildings of Farleigh Manor and Farleigh Castle.
Situated in over four acres of informal gardens and woodland, which merge into the ancient deer forest beyond, we offer the finest touring location for the Bath area and the ancient Kingdom of Wessex to the South. Our rating by the Automobile Association of the UK of 5 Diamond, the highest award they can make to accommodation of this kind, says everything about the quality and standard of both the accommodation offered and the service provided.
Those rooms in the original part of the lodge feature their own balconies, traditional four-poster or brass and enamel beds and incorporate the turrets as showers or coffee rooms. All of our rooms are unique and even those in the newer part of the house are decorated in character and furnished to a very high standard in keeping with the building as a whole. We encourage you to use the pictorial guide to the rooms and the general building and grounds, provided on our site.
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