Hotel For Sale – Bath Lodge Castle
Savills UK are delighted to present Bath Lodge Castle for sale, located in Norton St. Philip in Bath, Somerset, England.
- Unique and picturesque lodge/Guest house/boutique hotel
- 11 bedrooms, 10 en suite
- Three roof terraces
- 3 bedroom owners’/staff accommodation
- Gym/leisure room
- Sauna & bamboo shower, outdoor hot tub
- 3.6 acres of beautiful lawns and gardens with woodland and stream
- BBQ and decking area
Bath Lodge Castle has been successfully run as a small privately owned boutique hotel for much of the last 25 years.
Bath Lodge Castle is Grade II listed, fortified with four circular towers to each corner and a central section along with the original Bath stone appearance. The wide braced heavy timber door opens into the entrance hall, which leads through to a reception hall and into the drawing room with its large open fire and turreted snug. Just off the drawing room is the dining room, which can comfortably seat up to 40 people for dinner or breakfast. There is also a fully equipped kitchen, a laundry and linen store. Additionally there are three independently accessed en-suite bedrooms to the ground floor.
The first floor and second floors comprise seven en-suite bedrooms and one further bedroom. All the bedrooms suites have been refurbished to the highest standard, from the charming circular turreted bathrooms to the luxurious bedrooms with bespoke interior design. Three of the bedrooms enjoy their own balcony/roof terrace.
The extensive grounds include manicured lawns to the front and rear with large cultivated flower beds. The mature woodland with a stream running through has intriguing paths and bridges which will lead you through this magical wooded area. There is a gravelled area for parking for approximately 30 cars.
Bath Lodge Castle is situated just over 7 miles south of Georgian Bath. Bath is a city of extraordinary beauty with a long history. The importance of Bath was recognised in 1987 when it was designated a “World Heritage Site”, the only city in England to be honoured in this way. It is one of the most popular holiday destinations in England. Bath remains one of the UK’s premier tourist attractions for both inbound and domestic visitors, with the local authority recording 900,000 overnight stays and 6.7 million day visitors per year. Visitors are drawn to Bath for its famous Roman remains and by some of the finest architectural sights in Europe such as the Royal Crescent, The Circus and Pulteney Bridge.