Of all the independent Bath hotels, the Queensberry really stands out with its unique style.
Is it possible to find a hotel in Bath combining old-fashioned attitudes to service and detail with sophisticated, modern comfort? The Queensberry Hotel, one of the finest Bath boutique hotels, is run by a husband and wife – Laurence & Helen Beere – who say yes, more than possible, it’s positively desirable.
There are bigger, though not many more lovely, cities than Bath. There are bigger, though not many more lovely, hotels than The Queensberry, too, but – with its beautiful design, slightly eccentric layout, stylish accommodation and air of relaxed, contemporary attention to detail – it’s not just the perfect boutique hotel from which to explore Bath, but somehow exemplifies it, too, as it’s also small, attractive and the ideal spot for a gorgeous weekend. We’ll even, for a small charge that halves if you book direct with us, valet-park your car somewhere safe for you.
Below the hotel sits the Olive Tree, one of Bath’s longest established independent restaurants. The 3 AA Rosette Olive Tree provides one of the best fine dining experiences Bath has to offer. Head chef Chris Cleghorn and his team put the abundance of local and seasonal ingredients to the best possible use, creating frequently-changing menus of beautiful, fresh and inventive dishes.
When half the world’s hotels seem to describe themselves as ‘boutique’, the Queensberry’s claim to the name is stronger than most. None of its rooms look the same, each being different by design. And, having recently been revamped and upgraded, they also boast brand new state-of-the-art beds, as well as the latest flat screen TVs and Bluetooth DAB radios. Much as they pride themselves on their passion for service and detail, the Queensberry’s owners are no less devoted to their hometown, Bath. Guests, should they wish, are able to benefit from their wealth of tips, expertise and insider knowledge of the city.