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This was our third stay at Henrietta House and it was a pleasure to return there. It has tasteful and very comfortable accommodation in beautiful rooms. The staff are friendly and helpful.The breakfast is fantastic quality and you can eat as much as you like!...More
My partner and I stayed here recently after I completed a marathon. I cannot express enough how fantastic the welcome was. At once I was invited to take a seat and enjoy some toffees whist check in was completely. The room was absolutely stunning, complete...More
Stayed here with my girlfriend for two nights. The hotel has an excellent location and literally takes two minutes to walking to town via Pulteney bridge. Very friendly and helpful staff, particularly the gentleman behind reception who suggested some very good restaurants and had extensive...More
Excellence hotel,lovely welcoming helpfull staff and super breakfast Highly recommended for a short trip in Bath.Very easy to walk in to town centre with plenty to do and see and lots of good resteraunts
Me and four of my girlfriends stayed at Henrietta House over the weekend and we couldn’t of been happier. We had the top floor two bedroom suite which had plenty of room for the five of us. The suite was clean and comfortable. All the...More
Yes, there is one room on the ground floor however there are at least two outside steps up to the front door and because the building is a Grade 1 protected historic building they have not allowed any modifications to the... More
Yes, there is one room on the ground floor however there are at least two outside steps up to the front door and because the building is a Grade 1 protected historic building they have not allowed any modifications to the entry way.