Address159 Newbridge Hill BathSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Cranleigh is an elegant Victorian house with many original period features, located in a peaceful residential area.
Just 2.4 km from the historic city of Bath, you can enjoy the numerous sites and entertainment opportunities during your stay. Also, within walking distance of the hotel there is a local pub and restaurant.
Cranleigh houses 9 en suite rooms, each one individually furnished in a traditional style. They are fully-equipped to ensure that your stay is both comfortable and memorable.
Payment Information: Payment is due upon departure. When you check-out at Cranleigh, you will be given an invoice for the total cost. Your card details used in making this reservation are held by Cranleigh in case of cancellation, or non-payment of goods/services on departure.
The reception is open for check in between 15:00 and 19:00. Guest wishing to check in outside of these time will need to contact the Cranleigh for instructions.
Arriving earlier than 15:00? If you do arrive earlier please come and check-in. If the room is ready, you will be shown straight to it. If not, Cranleigh can take your luggage and give you your room key and information about Bath, so you can go and enjoy your day.
Arriving later than 19:00? Cranleigh does not operate a full-time reception. If you need to check in after 19:00, this needs to be arranged in advance so that there is someone to greet you on your arrival. Check-in is not at all possible after 22:00.
Smoking: Smoking is not permitted in any part of the building. Cranleigh reserve the right to charge you if repairs or extra cleaning are needed as a result of smoking.
Individual or multiple reservations from the same customer that exceed GBP 500 will be subject to a non-refundable 20% deposit, which will be taken upon booking.
Please note that extra beds can only be accommodated in Superior Rooms.
Please note that only children aged 5 years and older can be accommodated at the guest house.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
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