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The Queensberry

Occupying four elegant John Wood houses in a quiet residential street in the heart of Georgian Bath, just yards from the Assembly Rooms and Circus and a short walk to the Abbey and Roman Baths, the Queensberry is an intimate town house hotel praised by The Times as "a miracle of unobtrusive efficiency".

Regency stucco ceilings, ornate cornices and panelling enchantingly complement the harmonious strength of the facade of this classic example from the golden age of Georgian architecture. Delightful private rooms and suites, arrived at via intriguing staircases and each individually decorated with contemporary flair by Penny Ross, enjoy en suite bathrooms, room service, and state of the art office support for executives. The hotel's Olive Tree Restaurant, in which proprietor Stephen Ross enthusiastically exercises his distinctive culinary arts in the preparation of simple modern British food at its best, is famously one of the most sought-after tables in an area blessed with a very high standard of cuisine. An additional restful oasis for the visitor to the Queensberry is provided by the unexpectedly sunny walled garden.

Nationally acclaimed for its fine interiors, quiet corners, personal service, and outstanding cooking, The Queensberry provides a haven of tranquillity amid the many fascinating and historic splendours of the only city to be listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

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The Queensberry, Russel Street, Bath BA1 2QF
Location: Russel St is opposite the Assembly Rooms off Bennett St

Tel: +44 (0)1225 447928
Fax: +44 (0)1225 446065

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