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The Park

BS30 5RN

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This chic, award-winning boutique hotel and golf resort is located 10 minutes from the M4 and the centre of Bath. Park Resort Hotel has a beautiful parkland setting and a restaurant with 2 AA Rosettes. The historic house has a quiet, relaxing atmosphere, and is 4 miles (6.4 km) north of Bath and 10 miles (16 km) east of Bristol.

The hotel has 2 wonderful golf courses: the Crown and the Cromwell. It also boasts excellent conference facilities. The stylish bedrooms are built in honey-coloured Cotswold limestone, and most are arranged around a charming old courtyard behind the manor house.


Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18

Price per Room:

Double: £145 - £195
Single: £130 - £180 - Single occupancy
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Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service - From October 2005
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Night Porter
Conference/Business Facilities

Sample Menu:

crudités, black rice vinegar, wild rocket pesto, garlic and parmesan
marinated cornish mackerel fillets, spring greens, new potatoes
white onion soup, english thyme
cured sandridge ham, dried figs, caper berries, sourdough
cropwell bishop stilton, walnut and pear salad
followed by
free range spatchcock poussin, garlic, dijon, rosemary
peppered aberdeen angus sirloin steak, celeriac puree

griddled smoked wilthsire ham knuckle parsley sauce
roasted fish of the day, fresh beetroot, horseradish, red wine
capricorn goats cheese, courgette and sage tart
all are cooked to order in our woodstone oven and served with potatoes and vegetables
to finish
home made tart of the day

exotic fruit salad

rice pudding, orange, vanilla, pistachio
brown sugar meringue, butterscotch, cox’s apples
bath soft, mature cheddar, blue vinny cheeses (£5 supplement)

2 courses, water and coffee £22.95
3 courses, water and coffee £29.95

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