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Took my girlfriend to bath for her birthday weekend. Henrietta house was best place to stay. Quaint rooms with antique furniture, amazing breakfasts, such friendly staff and a cosy homely feel. Great location by the bridge too. Would highly recommend!
Lovely, clean rooms - ours seemed recently refurbished. Stayed in the twin room on the bottom floor, which was comfortable and quiet. Great location - just outside the city edges. Beautiful food at breakfast too. We enjoyed our stay and will definitely come back.
Staff very attentive both on reception and at breakfast. Dropped my bag off and when I returned it was in my room. Nice toiletries, comfortable bed, nice shower. Good choice of breakfast the poached egg with smoked salmon was delicious. Would definitely stay again.
Stayed here last week on my 1st visit to Bath - what a great find. Location is a few minutes' walk from the centre but it's quiet as well. Staff couldn't have been more helpful and friendly. Our rooms were comfortable with everything you need...More
This is the fifth year that my friend and I have stayed at Henrietta House and every visit has been most enjoyable-we have already booked for next year! We have always found the staff to be very helpful and friendly,nothing is too much trouble.We book...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.