Occupying the best location in Bath, you will find the sumptuous hotel, spa, pristine gardens, Montagu Bar, Dower House Restaurant plus the private Garden Villa. Guest rooms are split across the two crescent-facing townhouses, the mews and the coach house in the gardens. Décor is traditional but not extravagant, with a home-from-home yet luxurious feel. Some of the 45 rooms and suites have floor to ceiling windows, and views are either over the Crescent lawns, the verdant gardens or the residential streets behind the hotel. Each room has its own history, and the suites are named after former residents – the Scarlet Pimpernel, Jane Austen, Lord Nelson, the list goes on. For those looking for that added privacy, the Garden Villa sleeps eight and features its own courtyard.
The Spa & Bath House is decadent, with an indoor pool overlooking the gardens, Himalayan Salt infused sauna and herbal steam room as well as a vitality pool and gym. Relax in the Tattinger spa garden after an invigorating massage. Choose to take breakfast in the gardens, afternoon tea on the terrace just enjoy a coffee in one of the deck chairs. Dine at the Dower House restaurant, which serves a modern take on traditional favourites and offers views over the gardens.
Families of all ages
THINGS TO DO DO AT THE HOTEL:
Stroll along the cobbled lanes of the Crescent and relax on the private lawns, with far-reaching views over Bath’s skyline
Meet the resident hedgehogs Beatrix, Jane and Daphne
Take afternoon tea in the gardens under a parasol
Enjoy a Champagne, gin, whisky or vodka flight at the Montagu Bar
Indulge in the spa, sampling the products of fine English skincare experts Elemental Herbology
THINGS TO DO NEARBY:
Take to the waters for paddle boarding under Pulteney Bridge or punting along the River Avon
Explore Bath’s green spaces with a gardens expert and delve into hidden corners
Learn to blow glass at Aquaglass
Taste your way around the city with fine restaurants and traditional tea rooms
Climb Bath Abbey’s Tower
Stroll through Victoria Park, particularly attractive in the spring and autumn with the cherry blossom and rich colours
Visit prehistoric Stonehenge and Avebury’s megalithic stones
Head to the home of HRH Prince Charles at Highgrove and explore the renowned organic gardens
The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. A small team of the most experienced travel designers, supported by the latest technology and delivered with the lightest touch. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.