The Roseate Villa Bath occupies a quiet corner of the city, moments’ walk from the heart of the iconic Bath, a city favoured for its heritage and cultural tourism.
The Roseate Villa Bath encompasses two converted Victorian houses which have had a characterful legacy. A warm welcome with tea and cakes, immaculate hospitality, humble service, attention to detail and a genuine connection with every guest makes a guest’s experience a very memorable one.
The boutique Hotel is a few minutes away from attractions like the Roman Baths, Regency Crescent, Bath Abbey, Thermae Bath Spa and the Jane Austen Centre. The Roseate Villa Bath exudes a feeling of serenity in and around its grounds and offers wholehearted assistance to its guests who either seek informative excursions around the city or are simply in the mood for a nonchalant weekend getaway in the most beautiful city of Bath.
The Villa estate includes a parking space (paid service) for the convenience of resident guests.
The Villa overlooks Henrietta Park, a 7 acre park opened to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria of 1897. The park land was donated by Captain Forrester of 3rd Kings Own Hussars, with the stipulation that it should always remain a green space and never be built on. Henrietta Park is situated within walking distance of the city centre and is an oasis of tranquillity with places to sit quietly or take a relaxing stroll around the circular walk amongst many fine trees and flora that include the Purple Sycamore, Golden Elms, Caucasion Mapel and a line of Baumannii Horse Chestnuts.
The World Heritage Site offers an array of unique experiences. Guests staying at The Villa can engage in gazing the night sky from Thermae Bath Spa’s rooftop pool, visit exhibitions at the Holburne Museum, stroll along the canal, soak in the grandeur of Bath Abbey, tour Prior Park, or experience high tea in the Pump Room. At walking distance from The Villa, guests can enjoy a cultural feast, packed with captivating architectural marvels, museums and the city’s Roman history. Guests visiting Bath can participate in a myriad of events that range from astronomy to fashion.
The Villa encompasses two Victorian houses which have had a characterful legacy. The Villa has 21 rooms with exclusive features, elegant interiors and bespoke luxury to make your stay unforgettable. Guests can enjoy a fine selection of tea and homemade cakes in the garden, breakfast exactly the way they like it and a relaxing nightcap from the Henrietta Bar.
The award-winning team at The Roseate Villa Bath, not forgetting the resident dog Muttley, look forward to welcoming you and your four-legged friend soon to our luxury hotel in Bath.
Guests often compliment the friendliness and warmth of the team who are extremely proud of being welcoming and making guests feel at home.
General Manager Caroline Browning has worked at some of the most prestigious hotels in the United Kingdom. She is a friendly and welcoming host and can often be found tending the garden. Jean Luc, Operations Manager has also been a part of teams across luxury hotels and was proudly awarded a national award for ‘great personal service’ at the Boutique Hotelier Awards.
The team was delighted to be nominated for the Bath Chronicle’s Customer Service Award earlier in 2021.
To know more about the hotel, our dining spaces, unique amenities and services, please refer to our Factsheet.