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Views of Bath from Landown Grove Hotel
  • Overview

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    • Explore historical Bath from your grand hotel
    • Journey through the quaint Cotswolds - travel through quaint Tetbury and Cirencester to reach Bourton-on-the-Water
    • Enjoy the stunning scenery of the Mendip Hills
    • Take a trip to Cheddar - home to the famous Cheddar Gorge

    Stay in Bath for a relaxing midweek break during which you'll have the opportunity to explore the Cotswolds with a guided coach tour as well as enjoying an excursion through the scenic Mendip Hills to Cheddar - home of the famous Cheddar Gorge.

    Great for:

    • Great for - History
    • Great for - Scenery
    • Great for - Walking


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  • Itinerary

    ITINERARY

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  • The Hotel

    YOUR HOTEL


    Lansdown Grove Hotel

    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
    The Lansdown Grove Hotel is part of the architectural history of Bath and one of the oldest hotels in the city, dating back as far as 1770. Bath itself has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and contains some of the finest architectural sites in Europe, most within walking distance of the hotel. The hotel is a stone built, Grade II listed mansion, typical of the period, described in The Times of Friday 13th July 1860 as "one of the most delightful houses in Bath." The hotel is in a magnificent location, just 15 minutes walk from the historic town centre. The hotel enjoys delightful views over the Georgian areas of Bath and the wooded hills beyond. The interior boasts high ceilings and elegant plaster work, with 56 bedrooms over 3 floors.
    • Opened in 1888, the hotel is believed to be one of the oldest hotels in Bath
    • Set in its own picturesque gardens this Grade II listed hotel is just a 15 minute walk away from the historic city centre
    • The Lansdown Grove has a very unique style of architecture with its high ceilings and intricate and elegant plasterwork
    • Take in the views of the garden from the Conservatory Restaurant and visit the Terrace bar to enjoy a drink
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  • Excursions & Extras

    INCLUDED EXCURSIONS


    Cheddar Gorge
    Cheddar
    Join us on an excursion through the scenic Mendip Hills to visit Cheddar, home to the famous Cheddar Gorge, a stunning deep limestone ravine.
    Cirencester
    Excursion to the Cotswolds

    We enjoy a jaunt into the Cotswolds travelling through quaint Tetbury and bustling Cirencester to reach Bourton on the Water, one of England’s prettiest small medieval towns.

    Cheddar Gorge
    Cheddar
    Join us on an excursion through the scenic Mendip Hills to visit Cheddar, home to the famous Cheddar Gorge, a stunning deep limestone ravine.
    Cirencester
    Excursion to the Cotswolds

    We enjoy a jaunt into the Cotswolds travelling through quaint Tetbury and bustling Cirencester to reach Bourton on the Water, one of England’s prettiest small medieval towns.

    Cheddar Gorge
    Cheddar
    Join us on an excursion through the scenic Mendip Hills to visit Cheddar, home to the famous Cheddar Gorge, a stunning deep limestone ravine.
    Cirencester
    Excursion to the Cotswolds

    We enjoy a jaunt into the Cotswolds travelling through quaint Tetbury and bustling Cirencester to reach Bourton on the Water, one of England’s prettiest small medieval towns.

    Cheddar Gorge
    Cheddar
    Join us on an excursion through the scenic Mendip Hills to visit Cheddar, home to the famous Cheddar Gorge, a stunning deep limestone ravine.
    Cirencester
    Excursion to the Cotswolds

    We enjoy a jaunt into the Cotswolds travelling through quaint Tetbury and bustling Cirencester to reach Bourton on the Water, one of England’s prettiest small medieval towns.

 


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What's included

  • Coach travel
  • Four nights in quality accommodation
  • Continental or full cooked breakfasts
  • Three course evening meals
  • Relaxed style entertainment on some evenings
  • Two sightseeing excursions
Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath

Lansdown Grove Hotel

The hotel, Bath is part of the architectural history of Bath and one of the oldest hotels in the city, dating back as far as 1770.

Learn more about the hotel

Lansdown Grove Hotel

  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
  • Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath
The Lansdown Grove Hotel is part of the architectural history of Bath and one of the oldest hotels in the city, dating back as far as 1770. Bath itself has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and contains some of the finest architectural sites in Europe, most within walking distance of the hotel. The hotel is a stone built, Grade II listed mansion, typical of the period, described in The Times of Friday 13th July 1860 as "one of the most delightful houses in Bath." The hotel is in a magnificent location, just 15 minutes walk from the historic town centre. The hotel enjoys delightful views over the Georgian areas of Bath and the wooded hills beyond. The interior boasts high ceilings and elegant plaster work, with 56 bedrooms over 3 floors.
  • Opened in 1888, the hotel is believed to be one of the oldest hotels in Bath
  • Set in its own picturesque gardens this Grade II listed hotel is just a 15 minute walk away from the historic city centre
  • The Lansdown Grove has a very unique style of architecture with its high ceilings and intricate and elegant plasterwork
  • Take in the views of the garden from the Conservatory Restaurant and visit the Terrace bar to enjoy a drink
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