The Queensberry Hotel & Olive Tree Restaurant

Bath, Bath & N.E. Somerset
Hotel


An elegant hotel in the quiet side of town with stylish rooms, lovely food and a courtyard garden for cocktails before dinner

Bedroom

29 rooms

Sleeps

Rooms sleep 2

The
Experience

“No stilts, pogo sticks, space hoppers, flaming torches or whips in the bar.” Such are the rules of the house, a nod in deference to the 9th Marquis of Queensberry, whose family built this street, and who wrote the rules of boxing in 1865. As for the hotel, it occupies four gleaming Georgian townhouses on a grand old street around the corner from Royal Crescent. It’s an extremely comfortable base, with an elegant sitting room, a snazzy bar, a beautiful courtyard garden and some of the best food in town. Potter about and find fresh flowers, contemporary art, the daily papers, kind staff on hand to help. Bedrooms come in different sizes, but all are full of their own delights: Vi Spring mattresses, stylish fabrics, bold colours, flat-screen TVs. Smaller rooms overlooking the garden are lovely – size doesn’t matter here – though the suite does come with a chaise long in its super-stylish bathroom. Chris Cleghorn’s delicious food waits below, perhaps langoustine tail with cheddar gnocchi and basil or anjou pigeon with celeriac, shallots and hazelnuts. Finish with a delicious chocolate and mandarin mousse served with stem ginger granita.

Essentials

  • Hot tub
  • WiFi
  • Swimming pool
  • Mobile reception
  • Spa
  • Breakfast included
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Bar
  • Parking on premises
  • Licensed premises
  • Free parking nearby
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Accessible by public transport
  • Wheelchair access
  • Limited mobility
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Garden
  • Tennis court
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Children welcome
  • Books and toys
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair

Nearby

  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles

Activities

  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming

Information
& pricing

Booking information

Check in
From 3pm
Check out
11.30am
Closed
Never.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
Meals
Bar meals from £6.95. Lunch, set menu (Fri-Sun), £26-£32.50. Dinner, 3 courses, £49.50. Tasting menu available, 5-7 courses, £58-£80.

Pricing

Nightly price
from £100
Surcharges
Extra bed/sofabed available £25 per person per night. Valet parking, £14 per night - 50% off if booked direct.
3 Suites for 2
From £260
16 Doubles
From £100
10 Twin/doubles
From £160

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Location

The neighbourhood

Local points of interest from Laurence & Helen Beere

  • A short walk from us are The Roman Baths complex which is a site of historical interest in the centre. The house is a well-preserved Roman site for public bathing. The museum has unique artefacts only seen here. Their afternoon teas come highly recommended
  • The Hotel is in a quiet residential area only 2 minutes walk to some of the finest Georgian Architecture in the form of The Royal Crescent and The Circus. No1 Royal Crescent offers a fascinating insight into the period history of the Georgian household.
  • The Holburne Museum is located in Sydney Gardens, and was Bath's first public art gallery. It is home to fine and decorative arts collection built around the collection of Sir William Holburne. The Kennet & Avon canal runs through the gardens.
  • The American Museum takes you on a journey through the history of America, from its early settlers to the twentieth century. With its remarkable collection of folk and decorative arts, the Museum shows the diverse and complex nature of American traditions
  • Prior Park Landscape Garden to the south of Bath, was designed in the 18th century by the poet Alexander Pope and the famous landscape gardener Capability Brown, and is now owned by the National Trust. Offers beautiful walks and views of the City.
  • The Bath Assembly Rooms, situated at the end of the road from us, designed by John Wood, in 1769, as a set of elegant assembly rooms is open to the public. You will find a large collection of Art as well as the famous Fashion Museum