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A flair for imagination is a feature of No.15 Great Pulteney, one of Bath's loveliest boutique hotels. Set in a Grade I-listed building on Great Pulteney Street, the hotel is classy and grown-up with creative, idiosyncratic touches throughout, from the bedrooms to the cocktail bar. The neat little spa is also a terrific addition, and you can then ruin all the good work in the hotel's excellent restaurant.

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On the exquisitely terraced Pulteney Street, No.15 is a short walk from the Robert Adam-designed Pulteney Bridge and the heart of the city. Peaceful Henrietta Park lies just behind the hotel, which in turn is a ten-minute stroll from Bath Spa station. The Holburne Museum is a fine arts space at the top of the street and Bath Rugby's ground is right opposite

By car: 40 minutes from Bristol, just over an hour from Cardiff and 1 hour 30 minutes from Reading. Paid on-site parking available.

By train: Bath Spa station is just 10 minutes away by foot, serviced by Great Western Railway with links to Gloucester (1 hour 20 minutes), Bristol Temple Meads (11 minutes) and London Paddington (1 hour 20 minutes). Book trains to Bath Spa.

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The hotel may be housed in three Georgian townhouses, but inside you will find a sense of fun and amidst the original firings you will find idiosyncratic touches such as the lobby chandelier made out of earrings. The ambience, meanwhile, is relaxed and rather homely. The bedrooms too have bags of style.


A fluent, easy-going manner pervades the hotel, with the staff both friendly and experienced. This works right from the off at the front desk, through to the cocktail bar, the spa and the restaurant. Spa 15, set in a former coal cellar in the basement, is an uber-cool space.

  • Restaurant
  • Cocktail bar
  • Stone-walled spa
  • Hot tub
  • Treatments
  • Sauna
  • Dog-friendly
  • Larders with complimentary snacks and refreshments
  • Free Wi-Fi


The hotel offers individually-styled rooms and suites, five of which are in the Coach House just to the back of the hotel. Rooms are light and spacious and feature either distressed-style walls or subtle pastel shades, plus super comfy Hypnos beds.

Room types: Cosy Double, Deluxe Double, Coach House Deluxe Double, Large Deluxe Double, Suites

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with bath and shower, TV, tea and coffee-making facilities, free Wi-Fi


The hotel's quirky Dispensary restaurant is now in the hands of new chef Matt Gillard, who specialises in "wild British food", so expect a lot of local and foraged dishes. The snazzy Bar 15/sitting room has cocktails listed in the form of a deck of cards.

The Restaurant: Updated classics, seasonal ingredients. Open for breakfast, Sunday lunch and dinner. Three courses at lunch for £24.50, dinner plates from £16.

Bar 15: Inventive cocktails, extensive wine list and craft beers. Open daily 6.30pm - 10.30pm.

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