UK Stays | Broadstreet Townhouse in Bath…

Last night Rufus and I had a night away in Bath, to do a bit of Christmas shopping and have some Mummy and Ru time. We were invited to stay at Broadstreet Town House, in Bath, located within a Grade II listed buildings. The boutique hotel offers 11 king sized en-suite bedrooms split over 3 storeys together with a ground floor café/bar located a stones throw away from Milsom St and Walcot St in central Bath.

Checking in, we quickly made ourselves at home.  Such a cosy room (ours was number 4).  A large kingsized bed a cane headboard, and white linen.  Soft textiles and dark grey walls the room felt super cosy.

Rufus and I popped out for dinner at the nearby Wagamamas and then wandered the local streets looking at the Christmas lights, before heading back to the hotel for the evening.

Rufus insisted on a box set binge of Stranger Things, so we settled in for the night, calling up for a snack from the cafe/bar below.  A charcuterie board was sent up, with bread, cornichons  and sliced salami, plus cloudy lemonade.  A total treat.

Next morning we were woken to breakfast.  A hamper was delivered to the room, containing a feast.  Little pots of yogurt and strawberry compote, museli, fresh orange juice, croissants and fresh fruit.  Rufus couldn’t believe it!  Settling into the pastries and a cup of tea, it certainly beat going to school!

The breakfast hamper is optional, you can go down and have breakfast in the cafe downstairs.  But honestly why would you, when this can be your feast, in bed.

Checking out, we had coffee / tea and a muffin in the cafe end enjoyed it’s relax ambience before stepping out in Bath for some last minute Christmas shopping.

Thank you Broadstreet Town House for inviting us to stay. We had the absolute best time.

Broadstreet Townhouse

32-33 Broad Street

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Collaboration Note:  Thank you to Broadstreet Townhouse for inviting us to stay for the purpose of this review.  All words, thoughts and opinions are my own.  Thank you for supporting he posts that make this blog possible.

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