- Style Pint-sized perfection
- Setting Near the Kennet and Avon canal
Bright, breezy and oh-so easy: Brindleys is the ideal Bath companion. This snug boutique B&B has six pretty bedrooms, bathrooms that spoil you, a cosy breakfast room and a cute cottage-style garden. The cultured city centre beckons, minutes away.
Need to know
- Rooms Six.
- Rates Double rooms from $150.13 (£92), excluding tax at 20 per cent.
- More details Rates include full English and/or Continental breakfast and tax. Guests are also given a free parking permit.
- Facilities Gardens, and free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TVs and REN bath products.
- Check–out 11am. Earliest check-in, from 2pm.
Children No under-12s allowed – Brindleys is strictly for the grown-ups.
- Hotel closed From 24 December 2012 until 2 January 2013.
In the know
- Our favourite rooms Light and airy Room One has two sash windows, a pale blue-and-taupe complexion, a bed scattered with gingham cushions, and a wooden-floored bathroom with a rain-head shower. The largest, most lavish resting place is Room Three, which counts lofty bay windows, a carved and curved French-style double bed, original cornices and two armchairs among its charms.
- Packing tips Cashmere bed-socks for padding around in; a copy of Persuasion by Jane Austen; comfy shoes for long walks by the canal and/or cycling gear (borrow wheels from Bath Bike Hire: www.bathbikehire.com).
Food and drink at Brindleys
- Hotel restaurant There’s no restaurant, just a little light-filled breakfast room with simple linen-topped tables, blue-and-white crockery, and garden views.
- Dress code English eccentric: petticoats and pashminas; pastels and pocket watches.
- Top table Nab a window table and let the garden inspire botany-themed games of ‘I spy’.
- Last orders Breakfast is served between 8.30am and 9.30am during the week; 9am–10am at the weekend.
- Room service None, so eat a hearty breakfast. Sugar-fiends will appreciate the little stash of sweets left in rooms.
- Hotel bar There's no bar, but you're only a short stroll from the city centre and its many drinking dens.