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Today we woke to fog, fog, fog, which didn't clear until 2pm and we had a little sun peep. It has not been cold however. We posted 5 kilos of "stuff" back to Hoppers this morning - admittedly the heavy portion of that was binoculars. Paul and I have spent most of the day around the city precinct, walking and riding the hop on hop off bus. Bath has a population of ...
... br> Paul attempted to find the grave of great, great grandfather with no success today, but we did find Kingston Buildings - Paul's grandfather being Charles Kingston Daws. Maybe tomorrow. We are staying with friends of Dave and Janet's for three nights in a village called Peasedown St John. Population around ...
... first time I have driven in about a month and a half, so I was really looking forward with it. Sadly I was saddled with a gutless Vauxhall of some variety which didn’t exactly inspire driving pleasure. Nonetheless we drove some nice roads through the countryside (in which I do not include the hideous M4 motorway) to Blenheim Palace. This is famous as the birthplace and childhood home of Winston Churchill and home to the current Duke ...
... days before their departure) it appears that a train reservation is enough to obtain the Visa, along with a complete itinerary of my stay. Sorting this will be my number one priority on Monday morning. I already have a quote for Ulaanbaatar to Beijing by train for £180. Not cheap but a necessary evil with just days to go to get this sorted. On the plus side it looks as if I will be in Tibet on Christmas Day. Looks as if it will certainly be a white Christmas for ...
It costs £9 a load to do laundry at the hotel. I wonder if you get a reach around with that? Thankfully, I didn't have to find out because my friend the concierge gave me tokens so I could do a couple on Wednesday night. I had also dropped off 4 items at the dry cleaner earlier that day and that set me back £43! Let's make this real for everybody. That is $68. I also think I need to stop reporting on my sleep patterns because I'm beginning to think ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Harington's Hotel Bath
My partner and I chose this hotel for a weekend break in February 2005 and found it most pleasant, Peter and Mellissa are the most delightful host we have ever met, nothing was to much trouble for them. Before we arrived I e-mailed the hotel for suggestions of where we could dine as it was a Saturday night and I wanted to book before we arrived, Mellissa was straight back to me with loads of suggestions of varying prices and locations, with web sites and telephone numbers to boot. Our room was very quaint and over looked the cobbled street in which the Hotel was located. The only thing I would say is this would not be a good place to stay if you had trouble with stairs as I believe all the rooms are not on the ground level and there are no lifts. Breakfast was a real treat, cooked and served in the most delightful way.
My partner and I stayed at Haringtons from the 30th December to 2nd January. The standard and cleanliness of the room was excellent and the ensuite facilities and toiletries were of the standard expected in a far more expensive hotel. The breakfast was gorgeous, and New Years morning breakfasts were served until 11am, so we didn't have to miss out after a late night!! All of the staff were friendly and welcoming, there was no problem gaining access to the hotel after the bar closed at midnight. The location couldn't have been better, a lovely & friendly local pub directly across the road, an excellent Indian restaurant 30 seconds around the corner. And many other restaurants, bars and shops all within a very short walking distance.
My husband and I stayed at Harringtons from 15th to 20th November, 2004. We wanted to go somewhere that was close enough to London but where we could feel like we were a million miles away. We arrived to a fabulous Irish welcome from the proprietor Peter O'Sullivan and his partner Melissa. My parents were Irish so that was a good start. We have stayed at alot of hotels from cosy B & B's to 5 star hotels and had various welcomes from a grunt to a bark. It was so cold when we arrived the owner Peter made us two of the nicest Irish coffees we have ever tasted. This was a good start.
We booked into this 'hotel' based on the good reviews but realised our mistake straight away.
This hotel was a very pleasant surprise. The room was confortable and the hotel itself is spotless, in a fabulous location with a great staff.
Harington's Hotel was the perfect place to be whisked away for a birthday treat.
Situated down a quiet cobbled street it is literally 100yrds from the main shopping areas and restaurants. The staff were friendly and the breakfasts fresh and cooked to order.
The rooms are bright and well furnished. I would definately rstay again.
Charming and convenient
Attentive and friendly staff. They were kind enough to fix up a room for me a few hours before check-in so I could sleep off my jet lag.
Small, cozy hotel located on a very quiet cobblestone street. Excellent food and service. Convenient to everything in Bath. Health & beauty spa right next door. Counting the days till I return!
Very Nice for the Price
Very friendly place with good rooms and a great location. Good value.
Great fry breakfast of a morning. You'll have to climb stairs here to get to your room. If I go back to Bath, I'll stay here again, no question.
We loved our short 3 night stay at Harington's Hotel. The rooms were nicely decorated and the front desk staff was very helpful. It's within walking distance to everything and the rooms are a good price. Just make sure you plan your time so you don't miss their English breakfast (included in your rate), we only made it to one. It's definitely a place I'd recommend and I can't wait to visit Bath again.