About Abbey Hotel

Abbey Hotel is formed of three Georgian townhouses on the west end of John Wood's North Parade - a wide promenade in Bath's older quarters which overlooks Parade Gardens and is a stone's throw from the spectacular Pulteney Bridge.

Until 1890, the Georgian townhouses were used as lodging houses, before being transformed into The Fernley Temperance Hotel. During World War II, the hotel was requisitioned by the Admiralty for use as offices, but was returned to its owners after the war and refurbished and reopened as the largest hotel in Bath.

Today, Abbey Hotel has been named as one of Bath's best loved boutique hotels. Home to ArtBar and Koffmann & Mr. White's, a brasserie-style eatery headed up by renowned chefs Pierre Koffmann and Marco Pierre White, the hotel is the ideal choice for visitors and residents alike with many of Bath's top attractions right on the doorstep.

Things to do in and around Bath

Marvel at some of Britain's finest Georgian architecture, meander through picturesque cobbled streets and sample culinary delights from the finest independent bakeries, cafés and restaurants, or soak up panoramic views over the city while bathing in the mineral rich waters of Thermae Bath Spa.

How to find us and where to park

Abbey Hotel sits right in the centre of Bath and is easily accessible by road or by rail. We are just a five minute walk from Bath Spa railway station and there are several long stay car parks nearby.

Careers at Abbey Hotel

We are always on the lookout for talented individuals to join our team. If you have a passion for hospitality and want to take the next step in your career, then we would love to hear from you.