Brindley's Guest House Bath 14 Pulteney Gardens Online Booking
Superb, luxurious rooms are on offer to you here within a short walk of the city centre. Your divine breakfast each morning is freshly prepared to order.
The bedrooms available to you here are. no 2 ways about it, stunning. Your own comfort and ease is foremost in the design and also in our minds when you stay with us here. Opulent, lush pieces of furniture throughout each singularly styled room. The gentile decor demonstrates that a great deal.
On your arrival every day your rooms will be clean and fresh. Linen is changed daily for your comfort. The bathrooms are delightful and sparkling. We try to make sure that you get new toiletries every day as well. Nothing is to much trouble to make sure you enjoy your stay with us.
We all need a good start to the day. You get just that and more at breakfast at Brindleys. Why not try some of the smoked salmon scrambblies to start with? When available they will put a tinge of yummyness on your tongue that will remind you just how nice mornings can be. The light and airy dining room will bring a ray of sunshine to add to the get up and go you require.
The residential area in which you will be situated is pleasant, friendly and quiet. So you will sure to get a great nights slumber staying here. There is a pleasant walk to get to our nearest attraction which is the world famous Sally Lunn's teashop.
To get there simply follow these directions. Come out of the front door and take a left onto Pulteney Gardens. After 300 years cross over Pulteney Road and continue strait down Ferry Lane for 175 yards to the river. Take a right turn and follow the River Avon until you arrive at North Parade Bridge which was built in the 1740's by John Wood. Go up onto it and take a left to go over the river and then pass by the enchanting Parade Gardens on your right. Go strait across Pierrepont Street into Terrace Walk. Go along here looking for North Parade, the street that runs down the side of the Huntsman Pub which is set back a bit from the road. Not far along here and you are at Sally Lunns.