Brooks Guesthouse is a B&B that mixes antique and modern, to create the perfect soothing environment to welcome you after a day in the bustling city.
The 22 bedrooms vary in size and style, but they all share bold wallpaper, sumptuous carpets, and eye-catching, antique details. They’re cosy and space is optimised – armchairs by windows, TVs tucked neatly into corners. Comfort is a priority.
The guest living room at the front of the house is warmly decorated and well lit. The absence of hosts may seem strange to some, but it adds to the homely atmosphere – take what you want from the honesty bar and simply leave a note. The dining room is the only other communal space, where the renowned champion breakfast is offered.
Of course, the sitting room is not made for guests to sit in all day, and nor should it be. Brooks sits below Bath’s Royal Crescent, and close to the Roman Baths. It’s for tourists, but tourists who appreciate value, character, and charm.