Take an elegant, Georgian townhouse on an iconic street, call on talented designers and totally transform its interiors and you have the fabulously boutique hotel in Bath, No.15 Great Pulteney.
Comprising rows of grand buildings that stand either side of the wide pavements that lead to the pretty fountain at Laura Place on one end and the Holburne Museum at the other, you can almost feel the history that wafts along Great Pulteney Street, as you imagine the fashionable society that once graced the area.
Every inch of this impressive building has been shaken up and given the most serious of makeovers. Carefully considered lighting illuminates little nooks and crannies that reveal fascinating curios intended purely for your pleasure. The hotel combines contemporary and unique interior design with an intriguing past to bring you something out of the ordinary.
It’s the devil in the detail that makes No.15 Great Pulteney a one-off. From the bespoke murals that enhance the bedroom walls, to the ‘Lost Earring’ chandelier in the sitting room, everywhere you look there is a fabulous feast for the eyes. But don’t be thinking it’s all style and no substance here, as much passion goes into delivering outstanding hospitality as well as the finest artisanal food. Indulge in afternoon tea with a twist or share a charcuterie board accompanied by a craft beer or G&T.
But that’s not all, the real jewels in the crown at No.15 Great Pulteney are, of course, the individually designed rooms and suites. Each space has undergone great scrutiny to bring you the most fabulous places to not only rest your head but also somewhere you can escape in your very own sanctuary. Hypnos beds, striking views, well-thought out lighting and custom-made hand basins come together in a truly unique blend.
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