There is nowhere quite like The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa and therefore nowhere we’d rather visit post-lockdown. Offering two new packages for foodie lovers, The Royal Crescent & Spa invites guests out of hiding and into their hotel to once again enjoy what both the historic hotel and city of Bath have to offer.
Situated in the heart of the Royal Crescent amidst 250-year-old Georgian architecture, The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa is housed in an impressive Grade I listed building and provides the ultimate haven in the heart of one of Britain’s most treasured cities. If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it is to hold close to us what is near and dear, and with The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa and the historic city of Bath being just under an hour and a half from London by train, we cannot wait to rediscover the treasures on our doorstep.
This Summer, sit back and smell the honeysuckle in the hotel’s acre of gardens as you enjoy a complimentary Afternoon Tea courtesy of the hotel when booking a B&B rate as part of their Afternoon Tea on Us package. New to The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa is their Savouring Bath package which includes a two-night stay and a bespoke culinary tour of Bath with a specialist local insider from tour provider, Savouring Bath. The bespoke three-hour guided tasting tour will take you to up to fourteen of Bath’s finest eateries and vendors to sample those much-missed treats. This best of the west package also includes the hotel’s much-loved Afternoon Tea with a glass of English sparkling wine in the garden.
The hotel itself is the ultimate for foodie lovers. Before dining at the 3AA Rosette Dower House restaurant, guests can enjoy an aperitif in The Montagu Bar and Champagne Lounge and watch as the mixologist conducts dazzling creations. Lead by Head Chef, David Campbell, The Dower House offers an ever-changing seasonal menu that champions the very best of Somerset produce, with each dish perfectly paired with a fine wine selected by the resident sommelier.