Welcome to Bloomfield House, A generous Georgian house situated in an elevated position on the southern edge of Bath. The house looks down across the city's world famous crescents, churches and surrounding hills. Built in the 1790s, most likely by Baldwin, Bath's leading architect of the day, it was once the home of the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress.
At Bloomfield, exceptionally elegant rooms, fine art, antiques and splendid views combine with environmental credentials.
Accommodation ranges from cosy single rooms to stunning doubles with four-poster beds, each with an en-suite or private bathroom. All rooms offer television; wireless Internet access is available both within the building and gardens.
Bed and breakfast guests enjoy traditional English breakfasts cooked using fresh ingredients supplied, wherever possible, by local producers. Many of these farmers and growers trade also at Bath’s Farmers’ Market, which was co-founded by Robert Barnard-Weston, proprietor of Bloomfield House. Non-local goods such as coffee are fair-traded and/or organic.
Please complete booking enquiry form to check availability or call us on 01225 420105. Saturday nights are generally only available as a part of a 2 night booking.
Local attractions include the Thermae Spa, Roman Baths, Assembly rooms, Costume Museum. Nearby, stately homes, such as the newly restored Dyrham Park and Longleat, seat of Lord Bath. The ancient stone circles of Stonehenge and Avebury are easily accessible. The Cotswold's offer some of the most picturesque rural scenery and villages to be found anywhere in England.
From the M4 Junction 18. When you arrive in Bath, at first follow signs for 'Warminster or Bristol', not city centre, keep following the route around the city, still following Through Routes/ Bristol signs, through 2 sets of lights, one roundabout, another set of lights (under a railway bridge) then keep going and when the road turns into a proper two laned road look for signs for the A37 (A367) to Shepton Mallet & Radstock. Take this road (Wells Road) uphill 'till the road levels out, Bloomfield Road is a right fork ahead of you. Bloomfield House is the second guest house on the right. Call 01225 420105 if you have any difficulties. We look forward to seeing you.