The hotel's central location makes it the ideal choice for exploring this stunning World Heritage City. Bath has a wealth of cultural attractions, including theatres, museums and jazz clubs.
Originally constructed as five town houses in 1743, Pratt's Hotel is an attractive Georgian building of honey-hued stone.
Its style reflects the Palladian aspirations of Bath's neoclassical age which can be seen throughout the city.
Bath is a garden city in the truest sense - where the Georgian architectural attractions are embraced by the natural surroundings.
Two of the best-known examples are the grand Royal Crescent, a mile away, and Pulteney Bridge, which straddles the River Avon 600 yards away and is one of the few bridges in the world to have store fronts built in.
Then there are the museums, theatres and array of boutiques for you to visit, all enclosed within the city's compact centre.
Venture into the Somerset countryside and you will also find such sites as Longleat House and Safari Park, Stonehenge, Avebury, and Cheddar Cave and Gorge.
The City of Bath and the beautiful countryside which surrounds it has been described as one of England's most beautiful places to visit.
Bath and its stunning surrounding countryside offer’s tourists a multitude of fantastic places to visit. Very easy to navigate on foot, the city of Bath, boasts a unique and diverse range of restaurants, independent shops, theatres, pubs and a wide range of city tours.