Queen Charlotte s Orangery was the 1817 home of Queen Charlotte, the wife of King George 3rd. It has a rich history, with wonderful rooms around an Italianate courtyard garden - all the luxury of a 5-star hotel, but with a personal touch. Although quite small, The Orangery is one of the finest guest houses in Bath. It is on Sydney Place, which is the street where the novelist Jane Austen once lived. It is situated within an 8-minute flat walk from Bath s historic city centre of shops, restaurants and attractions including the infamous Roman Baths and Pump Room. Breakfast at The Orangery is served in either the rotunda atrium or the garden. Private functions for up to 25 guests can be accommodated. The Queen Charlotte s Orangery is a strictly non-smoking establishment. Any contravention incurs a £100 surcharge. We regret we cannot accept children.
A small boutique residence with fantastic period features perfectly set for someone visiting Bath. Very high attention to detail from embossed towels to lighting arrangements. The proprietor is helpful and attentive without being in your face. He went out of his way to ensure you had a good stay and provided a fantastic breakfast. Good value for money. If you are looking for a large corporate hotel with gymn, sauna, late night bar etc, this is not the place for you. If you like to try somewhere with personality and character this place is ideal.
I really can't think of anything.
First class break, beautiful accommodation, very friendly host, great position for visit to Bath
Lovely, tucked away position. Friendly staff and a short walk into the Centre of Bath.
Fantastic location and amazing establishment - close to centre of bath - fantastic rooms and very comfortable bed - the whole experience oozed of history
Lovely property and garden
No milk in room for coffee and paying for parking outside.
Fabulous decor a real experience not to be missed. Really made welcome, nothing was too much trouble. Excellent breakfast.