- 43 guest reviews
"Great spot to explore Bath - Car Parking is public behind the hotel block so not bad. Its fine for a budget stay and reception very helpful...."
"It will be nice if it had lift in the hotel...."
"The hotel was perfectly situated to enjoy all Bath has to offer the tourist, on foot. It is near car parks, the tourist buses and taxi rank,..."
"Lovely comfortable night , excellent central location..."
About the hotel
The Parade Park is situated in the heart of Bath overlooking Parade Gardens and with views towards Bath Abbey. This Georgian Town House has maintained many original features and has a public bar onsite. The Roman Baths, Pump Room, Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge and Thermae Bath Spas are one minutes walk away whilst Bath Spa Railway Station and Bath Bus Station are three minutes.
There are numerous other architectural and historical delights within easy walking distance. The Royal Crescent, Assembly Rooms and The Circus to name but a few. Bath's internationally renowned shopping centre boasts unique specialist shops. One of the delights of this World Heritage City are the various street performers seen all year round. To end a pleasurable day visit one of the city's excellent restaurants from reasonably priced Bistros to Haute Cuisine, Tilleys restaurant is highly recommended by The Parade Park and is only a few yards away. Evening entertainment could include a trip to the famous Theatre Royal, a comedy walk or a boat trip on the River Avon. Other attractions are the open-top bus tours, canal walks, cycle hire, Bath races, golf clubs, cricket and rugby. Bath is also an ideal base to explore surrounding attractions (tours available) including Bradford on Avon, Lacock, Castle Combe, Wells, Cheddar, Stonehenge, Avebury and Salisbury. Continental breakfast is served in the breakfast room. Parking can be found in a pay and display behind the hotel. We are only too pleased to help with suggestions for day trips and restaurant recommendations.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- In room entertainment
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
- Family friendly
- Interconnecting rooms available
- Ground floor bedrooms
- Parking (charges may apply)
- Car Parking Available Offsite
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- From 15:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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44% would recommend it to a friend
"This is a B & B. We're not a hotel."
That excuse - "We are not a hotel" - seemed to be the explanation for many things: the fact that the furniture seemed to have been stolen from the room (we had two upright chairs, two beds, a table and a very creaky wardrobe painted with dark brown, sticky varnish; no glasses, just a couple of plastics); the bathroom had paper foot mats; there was not one picture on the walls.
When we asked for a towelling bath mat, we were told that as this is a bed & breakfast, not a hotel, they didn't have any. I've stayed in many B & Bs; they do not use paper foot mats. However, we were supplied with a hand towel to use as a mat. The room was dull, shabby and very tired and needed fresh paint - as did the rest of the building. Breakfast consisted of the cheapest food: factory sliced bread, Golden Shred marmalade, tinned fruit, very weak coffee, and (a mystery) a pot of tea that was only warm: had they run out of boiling water. Despite the protestations, the prices are not B & B prices; they are "Bath Prices" - be warned. The building itself is an example of very elegant Georgian Bath architecture (which attracted us) but inside it is very neglected. A waste!
The room which I stayed in was badly in need of decorating, and they had paper bath mats to stop you slipping which was about as good as a chocolate tea cosy.