Need to know
29, including two Junior Suites and one Four-poster Suite.
11.30am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 2pm.
Double rooms from $180.97 (£133), excluding tax at 20 per cent.
Continental breakfast is an extra £10 a person, £17.50 for full English. An optional five per cent service charge can be paid at check-out.
Owner Laurence Beere is a big whisky fan – and happy to share his taste. There’s a mighty selection of artisan brands in the lounge and all staff are brimming with connoisseur’s tips.
span>The Olive Tree restaurant is closed from 30 October to 7 November 2017; breakfast and room service will be available as normal.
At the hotel
Terrace gardens, free WiFi throughout. In-room amenities: flatscreen TV, CD player and DAB radio, Vi-Spring beds, Mrs White's toiletries.
Our favourite rooms
The spacious Junior Suites (rooms 7 and 8) were originally the townhouses’ drawing rooms and have original Georgian plasterwork and ornate fireplaces. We also like rooms 20 and 21. Numbers 22 and 24 have inspiring views of bath’s rooftops and room 6 has a lovely high ceiling.
No trip to Bath could be complete without dabbling in Jane Austen. Settle into one of the Queensberry’s many nooks and niches with a copy of Mansfield Park.
Valet parking is available for £12.50 a car, for each night. There's a two-night minimum stay at weekends.
Welcome. Activity packs, child-sized bathrobes and free baby listening is available for youngsters. Cots can be provided free and extra beds cost an extra £25 a night. Babysitting should be booked a day in advance and costs from £10 an hour.