Welcome to Apsley House Hotel
An elegant Georgian Country House built in 1830 by the Duke of Wellington and set in its own charming garden. Owned and run by "Nicholas and Claire Potts" Apsley House is one of Britain's finest small hotels. The interior includes many period features and the house is furnished with fine antiques and original oil paintings. Guests are offered a very warm welcome and personal care, the atmosphere more in keeping with a private house than an hotel. Relax in the stylish comfort of our drawing room or enjoy the intimate Bar.
The hotel has ten delightfully appointed rooms all with en suite facilities, individually furnished and offering every comfort for your stay.
Breakfast, served in our elegant dining room, is a feast with a variety of choice from traditional English to our house specialities and vegetarian selection.
Situated just over one mile from the CityCentre, the hotel has its own private car park
A leisurely walk to the centre will take just over 20 minutes.
Bath is one of the world's loveliest cities, its heritage is unique and its popularity as a resort dates back some 2,000 years to the Romans, the original Roman Baths still remain today. The 18th Century provided Bath with its wealth of beautiful Georgian architecture, the Assembly Rooms and Royal Crescent both splendid examples of the Georgian era. Bath is the ideal location from which to explore the many surrounding areas of interest, the Cotswolds are within easy reach as are Stonehenge, Avebury, Longleat House, Stourhead Gardens, Lacock, Castle Combe and the Cathedral towns of Salisbury and Wells.
Bath itself offers a wide selection of fine shops, galleries, antiques, markets, auction houses and restaurants, for the more energetic there is the opportunity for golf, tennis, cycling or boating along the River Avon, or for a panoramic view take a flight in a hot air balloon. The Theatre Royal built in 1805 stands proudly in the city centre and offers a wide range of excellent productions with many musical events held in Bath Abbey and the Pump Room