Country Living Lansdown Grove

the whole habitat begs to be explored; the restaurant must be experienced at your earliest opportunity

the whole habitat begs to be explored; the restaurant must be experienced at your earliest opportunity

There’s something very exciting happening on Bath’s northerly slopes right now.

The Lansdown Grove Hotel – which had, in recent years, been allowed to become a bit, erm, overlooked in terms of TLC – was recently taken over by brand new owners who have lovingly restored it to a handsome beacon of multi-faceted charms.

Now rebranded as the Country Living Lansdown Grove, this beautiful building today makes the very most of both its 18th century roots and its place in Bath’s contemporary history courtesy of an extensive, intelligent makeover that’s transformed it into a super-stylish, super-welcoming hotel oasis complete with an inviting bar and chill-out zone, gorgeous gardens, fabulous cityscape views… and a restaurant that flaunts a chandelier/candlelit main dining room, complemented and supplemented by an airy conservatory that brings the outside in (and vice versa.)

And if the environment, vibe and location alone aren’t enough to make you take to the (nearby, gentle) hills right now, bear this in mind: the restaurant’s kitchen brings traditional, classic and contemporary foundations together in a tantalisingly imaginative but wholly accessible way, courtesy of dishes wrought from locally-sourced, seasonal produce. 

Okay, so it has to be said that there are several restaurants serving up wonderful experiences in country house hotels both in and around Bath at the moment, but the Country Living Lansdown Grove has bought a blast of fresh air to the scene by artfully adding a whole new dimension to the genre; wait no more to acquaint yourself with the glorious goings-on on Bath’s northerly slopes.

Facilities

  • wheelchair access Wheelchair access
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  • Wifi Free wifi available
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  • Gluten free Gluten free options
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  • Baby changing Baby changing facilities

Country Living Lansdown Grove

Lansdown Road, Bath BA1 5EH

Opening hours
Dinner Monday-Sunday 6.30-9pm; Sunday Lunch 12.30-3pm

Getting here

A 15-minute stroll from the centre of Bath, up a gentle hill. Or get a cab – it won’t cost you more than a fiver from the Bath Abbey taxi rank.

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