No.15 Great Pulteney

15 Reasons to Head to Bath’s No.15 Great Pulteney

With No.15 Great Pulteney's early August re-opening, this truly splendid 40-bedroom boutique hotel is delighted to be welcoming back loyal fans and is also set to win over first-time guests seeking out Britain’s finest offerings.

 

When better than summer 2020 to explore Bath and discover how No.15 Great Pulteney taps into the city’s balancing buzz and sense of calm? Here are 15 sound reasons why No.15 should be your choice:  

Bandook Kitchen

Tantalising and flavoursome modern Indian street food dining

Bandook offers an oasis of great Indian street food and hospitality. It’s the perfect off the beaten track spot in which to dine, have drinks and enjoy the environs of what a spiffingly good restaurant is all about. 

Wine review

Take off the rosé-tinted glasses - try chilled red wine this summer.

With Summer here, we’re all looking for a refreshing beverage or two to cool us down – before stocking up the fridge, it’s worth considering that it’s not just whites and rosés that exclusively belong in this cooler club.

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa's New Foodie Staycation Packages

There is nowhere quite like The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa and therefore nowhere we’d rather visit post-lockdown. Click below to find out more about our exclusive packages.

Mint Room

Innovative and contemporary Indian dining at Mint Room

Mint Room’s cooking is daringly different, high-end, with first-rate British ingredients brought to an alluring level of Indian flair in Bath. Click below to find out more.

Recipes by Phil Vickery

Taken from his recent 'Diabetes Meal Planner' cookbook

Phil Vickery's Diabetes Meal Planner gives anyone living with diabetes the tools to make the right choices and achieve a healthy, balanced lifestyle.

Get 50% off this month

Government offers 50% off eating out with 'Eat Out to Help Out' policy

From 3 to 31 August, get a 50% discount when you eat in at restaurants that are registered with the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.

New book releases

We pick some of the this months new food and drink book releases 

This month we highlight new books by Jamie Oliver, Yotam Ottolenghi, Haile Thomas and Paul Hollywood to name a few.

'Phil Vickery is not only a talented chef, but something rarer still, a sensible and sensitive one.' The Independent

Phil Vickery's Diabetes Meal Planner gives anyone living with diabetes the tools to make the right choices and achieve a healthy, balanced lifestyle.

The tempting dishes can be enjoyed by the whole family and range from Braised Aubergines with Spiced Butterbeans and Crispy Garlic to Five Vegetable Curry, Spring Braised Chicken with Little Gem, Peas and Beans, Banana, Oat and Peanut Cookie Balls and Plum Compote. All of them are accompanied by nutritional analysis and traffic light labelling that reveals at a glance what you are eating, as well as useful tips about food groups and ingredients.

On sale now                                                       Price: £22.00

Vitamin D in food

What's the story with Vitamin D and 

why do we need it in our lives?

Over the past couple of months, there have been many discussions as to why certain people have been more susceptible to catching the recent coronavirus than others. 

The Royal Crescent Hotel

Delicious food and a divine setting – that comes as standard.

Dan Moon at the Gainsborough

Three AA Rosettes and features in the prestigious Tatler Restaurant Guide. 

The Pump Room

Classical music accompaniment to coffee, lunch and afternoon tea.

Lucknam Park

The perfect place to enjoy fine Michelin Star dining at Restaurant Hywel Jones. 

No 15. Great Pulteney

Refined boutique hotel featuring a cafe, a bar & afternoon tea, plus a spa.

Abbey Hotel Kitchen

Delivering one of the best relaxed dining restaurants that Bath has to offer

Peking Restaurant

Bath's longest established Chinese

Restaurant - Currently takeaway only. 

Rustico Bistro Italiano

Step back in time to rediscover some of the classic recipes of Italian Cuisine.

The Bertinet Kitchen

Baking & cooking classes for food lovers of all abilities.

Allington Farm Shop

Deli-style store with local fruit, veg, meat and cheese products, plus a cafe.

The George and Dragon

Recently refurbished,18th Century village pub in Batheaston. Reasonable prices, family and dog friendly.