The Roseate Villa is tucked away down a quiet residential street, and yet just a 5 minutes stroll to the buzz of Bath. Stylish deluxe bedrooms and sumptuous cooked breakfasts come as standard, and all with the added benefit of free parking.
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Luxury Midweek Break - Classic Garden View room
From £86.75 pppn for a 4 night stay, to £89.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Classic Garden View room and receive:
- Free parking
- Glass of Prosecco each on arrival
- Full breakfast daily
- Complimentary late noon check out
- Stay 2 nights+ and recieve a complimentary upgrade to the next available room type, subject to availability
There are 2 special offers to choose from for this hotel.
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- Chic and stylish 20 bed boutique property
- In quiet residential street with private off road parking
- 5-10 mins walk to the centre
- 4 mins walk to Pulteney Bridge
- Great breakfasts!
- Pleasant gardens
The Roseate Villa does not have a restaurant
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The Roseate Villa does not have a main restaurant. The hotel however does has a wonderful light and airy breakfast room serving wonderful cuisine at the start of the day.
OPL guests receive complimentary on site parking (usually a £12 nightly a charge for booking agencies)
Additional Guest Charges will be made at the following rate:
£45.00 per person - extra beds are only suitable for children up to the age of 16.
Deluxe Park View and Luxury rooms can accommodate extra beds.
Private garden -located at the rear of the house, relax in the peaceful surroundings with afternoon tea or your choice of tipple.
You MUST inform the hotel if you are going to be arriving later than 21.00hrs.
They are more than happy to store your luggage and if there is space you are welcome to leave your car in the car park if you arrive before 14.00hrs.
History of the hotel
Built in 1868, this handsome Victorian townhouse was named after the Battle of Maqdala, fought in Abyssinia in the same year. Field Marshall Lord Robert Napier, who commanded the campaign, lived nearby in Henrietta Street as a boy. The house was named in his honour.
Originally constructed as an adjoining pair of gracious family homes, Magdala and Avondale later became a single dwelling and then a luxury boutique B&B.
The Roseate Villa are more than happy to accommodate your four-legged friends and we'd like to think they'll enjoy their stay as much as their owners.
There will be a £15 charge for your dog and the location next door to Henrietta Park means that they'll have plenty of extra space to stretch their legs.
Villa's resident pooch, Muttley, looks forward to welcoming them!
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