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Tasburgh House Hotel
Warminster Road
Bath
Bath

BA2 6SH | View map
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Award-winning Tasburgh House is a luxurious Victorian guest house set in seven acres of gardens overlooking Bath. Located just a few minutes from the Georgian city of Bath, enjoy the beauty of the city itself and the Thermae baths or for the sports fans we are just an hour train ride into Cardiff and an hour's drive to Cheltenham. The hotel is set in peaceful English countryside with magnificent views over the city, we have friendly and helpful staff who are always available to assist.

All the rooms have shower or bath and shower en suite, colour television, direct dial telephone with wake-up service and wireless broadband access, beverage tray, hairdryer, fresh flowers and magazines. The public rooms include an elegant drawing room, dining room, a stunning conservatory and adjacent garden terrace. An interesting wine list has been prepared in liaison with a leading West Country wine merchant.

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