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Bailbrook House consists of the historic Mansion House and Bailbrook Court. The Mansion House has an array of individually styled feature bedrooms, along with three sumptuous lounges, and the Cloisters 2 AA Rosette fine dining restaurant.
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Classic Country Getaway
From £105.79 pppn for a 7 night stay, to £109.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Classic Double or Twin room and receive:
- Dinner for two each evening (allowance £35 pp)
- Pre dinner glass of Champagne and canapés per person (value £15pp)
- Full English breakfast daily
- Stay 3 nights or more and receive a guaranteed room upgrade to the next available room type
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- Set in 20 acres of parkland, just 10 minutes from central Bath
- 2 AA rosette fine dining in Cloisters restaurant
- Grade II listed building
- Individually styled luxury bedrooms
- Ideal base to explore Wiltshire and southern Cotswolds
How to find Bailbrook House Hotel
Bailbrook House Hotel
London Road West
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Hotel check-in time:
Hotel check-out time:
Weekdays: 7am - 9.30am
Weekends: 8am - 10am
7pm – 9.30pm - 7 days a week
Complimentary on-site parking
The hotel has 1 fully accessible bedroom, and has ramped entrances. Please contact our Reservations Team to discuss your particular requirements.
Children 3 and under stay and dine for free
Children under 12 years receive complimentary bed and breakfast when sharing a room with their parents.
Children 4 years and up to 11 years: breakfast is included in the rate; all other meals will be charged at 50% of adult price or as priced on the children's menu.
Z-beds are not suitable for children over 12 years of age.
The hotel does not have extra beds for children over 12 therefore addtional rooms will be required. Please call for details.
History of the hotel
Building work was started on Bailbrook House in 1790 by John Eveleigh for wealthy lawyer Dr Denham Skeet. However, due to the impact of the intervening wars, building was not completed until the early part of the 19th century.
Over the years the mansion house has been owned and lived in by many wealthy people, with one tenant being Lady Isabella King, who devoted her time to charitable and benevolent work, notably helping street beggars to 'save the innocent and the unprotected from the dangers attendant on idleness and poverty.'
Initiatives included a knitting school and a button-making school for children, along with widows of the armed forces. The charity was honoured in 1817 when Queen Charlotte visited Bailbrook House with her son the Duke of Clarence, who later became King William IV.
Amongst other patrons and visitors were three bishops, two duchesses, two marchionesses and William Pitt the Younger, who often stayed at the house.
A new extension was built in the 1970s by the Post Office, which converted the buildings to a training college and subsequently a college for air traffic controllers.
In 2012 Hand Picked Hotels purchased Bailbrook House, a grade II listed property, along with Bailbrook Court and 20 acres of private grounds. In 2013, the original mansion house was restored and refurbished, along with full refurbishment of Bailbrook Court.
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