To be found at the very heart of Bath’s fashionable society, No.15 Great Pulteney is an elegant and vivacious boutique townhouse hotel on the very grandest street in Bath. Comprising 40 individually-designed bedrooms, a supremely chic cocktail bar, restful sitting rooms, wonderfully individual restaurant and one-of-a-kind spa, No.15 exudes the understated sophistication of a private townhouse, together with the service and charm of a luxury hotel.
Captivating collections of objects, vast pieces of art and sparkling chandeliers all create a truly unique experience at every turn. High ceilings and rooms flooded with natural light characterise the hotel by day, while by night the atmosphere is at once stylish and cosy. Bar 15 is a natural hub of the hotel serving up creative cocktails, fabulous fizz and meticulously-mixed classics.
Breakfast each morning is served in The Dispensary, a unique space featuring an old chemist’s shop display with hundreds of apothecary bottles lining the walls. It is also open for relaxed and delicious lunches during the day, followed by atmospheric dinners in the evenings. Head chef, Marcus Bradley, is a strong believer that the secret of good food lies in simplicity and the best ingredients. Taking inspiration from around the world to inform his food, Marcus never shies away from intriguing flavours and is always looking to find new ways of constructing dishes in a fun, spontaneous way.
Each bedroom is individually designed, with imaginative design features, curios and relaxing, homely touches alongside characterful contemporary art.
The flagship property for seasoned hoteliers Ian and Christa Taylor, No.15 Great Pulteney is joined by The Bird, Bath and Homewood to make up their proudly independent Kaleidoscope Collection.
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If you’re coming by car... From the south via the A36 (Warminster Road) Follow main flow of traffic for the town centre and the road drops down a slope over the canal and around to the left. The road then divides into two with a park on the left and traffic lights ahead of you (Bathwick Street). Take the left-hand lane alongside the park and after about 150m, take the second turn on the right, directly opposite the Holburne Museum. This is Great Pulteney Street and you'll find No.15 half way along the street on the right-hand side.
From the M4 via the A46 (Gloucester Road) Nine miles from Junction 18 of the M4, leave the dual carriageway at the slip road signposted for Bath (keep an eye out for the camera on the dual carriageway, about 1 mile from the exit, where a 50mph speed limit is in force). Take the 3rd exit into the town centre. After approximately 1.5miles after passing Morrisons supermarket on your left, you will come to a major junction. Keep in the left-hand lane approaching this junction and follow the signs for Warminster for the next half a mile. Keep going straight until, immediately after a row of shops on your right (Bathwick Street), you see a park ahead of you. Keep to the right-hand lane. The road bears right. Take the second road on the left, directly opposite the stately Holburne Museum. You are now in Great Pulteney Street and No.15 is located halfway down the street on the right-hand side.
From Bristol and the West via the A36 (Lower Bristol Road) Follow the A36 into Bath and keep going straight. Keep the river to your left the whole time and continue to drive essentially straight. Still on the A36 you will pass under a railway bridge at some traffic lights (Pulteney Road). Stay in the right-hand lane and continue straight. Go straight over the roundabout at the bottom of Bathwick Hill and take the first turn left into Great Pulteney Street, directly opposite the Holburne Museum. No.15 is halfway along on the right-hand side.
Parking at No.15 We have a very limited amount of on-site parking, which is available on a first-come-first-served basis. Parking in one of the spaces in the hotel car park at the rear is charged at £22 per car, per night, from check-in to check-out.
We’re also in possession of a number of on-street parking permits for the streets surrounding No.15 and these are also offered on a first-come, first-served basis and are free to guests booking direct with the hotel, subject to availability.
To be found in the heart of Bath, No.15 is the ideal luxurious base from which to explore all the city’s cultural highlights and historic sights. You’ll find the hotel in the centre of Great Pulteney Street, just a couple of minutes’ stroll from Bath Abbey and opposite the Recreation ground. No.15 is a short taxi ride or a 10-minute level walk from Bath Spa Station.
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