Bailbrook House Hotel
Bailbrook House hotel is a four star grade II* listed property that dates back to the 1790s and now is yours to explore. It underwent a £10million restoration during 2013 which has seen the property renovated to its original glory.
Originally a private residence, Bailbrook House has had a number of uses over the years. Today, it is a sympathetically restored property that is set in over 20 acres of private grounds that offer commanding views towards Bath and the surrounding countryside.
Bailbrook House consists of the historic Mansion House and Bailbrook Court. The Mansion House has an array of individually styled feature bedrooms, lounges, Cloisters fine dining restaurant and conservatory bar and lounge. The contemporary adjacent Bailbrook Court offers modern classic and executive accommodation, the Lansdown restaurant and a variety of meeting and function rooms.
Bailbrook House makes for a fantastic leisure destination with its close proximity to the centre of Bath, a fabulous wedding venue and equally a perfect venue for meetings, events, training or conferences.
Dining at Bailbrook House
The hotel is accessible to all and makes a great choice for a non residential visit. As part of the restoration project a new fine dining restaurant has been created on the lower ground floor of the Mansion House. Appropriately named Cloisters, it features fantastic Bath Stone pillars and ceiling, all of which have been carefully restored to their former glory.
Dining at Cloisters makes a memorable occasion not only for the surroundings but for the modern British food too. Where possible, food is sourced locally and is matched to the season.
The conservatory bar in the Mansion House offers a large lounge, conservatory and bar in a less formal setting. It is a great place to have a light lunch or meet with friends for a pre or post dinner drink.
The Mansion House also has three lounges, all of which offer a offer a degree of sumptuousness, making a great location for elevenses, afternoon tea or a pre-dinner drink.
For more informal dining, The Lansdown in Bailbrook Court offers a brasserie style menu on a more informal basis than Cloisters.
We hope to welcome you to Bailbrook House soon.