Broad Street Townhouse is to open in Bath next week, marking the newest launch from Butcombe Pub & Inns Collection.
The new 11-bedroom boutique is situated inside a Grade-II listed building, which dates back to 1885, on Broad Street in the city and will open its doors on July 23.
Butcombe Pub & Inns has led the extensive renovation to restore the building back to its former 19th century glory – in partnership with design and build specialists Concorde BGW.
Broad Street Townhouse will also offer a cafe by far and a speakeasy bar, The Blind Pig, by night.
Jayson Perfect, managing director at Pubs and Inns at Liberation Group, said the group had had its eye on the property for ‘some time’ since acquiring the Pig and Fiddle pub next door in 2015.
The hotel was acquired in 2019 and have undergone a six-month renovation project.
He says: “Broad Street Townhouse is a passion project of ours and one we’ve long had in mind – since taking over the Pig & Fiddle pub next door back in 2015. It was a shame to see such a beautiful building, filled with original features, sat empty in disrepair – but so rewarding to get stuck into the renovation and bring it all back to life. We’re very much looking forward to welcoming our first overnight guests and inviting in the local people of Bath to experience our new café and bar.”
Guests arrive via the original shopfront façade, greeted by monochrome Victorian inspired bordered tiling, high ceilings, sash windows and exposed timber staircases – leading to the 11 bedrooms set over three floors.
Statement pieces of artwork and furniture offer a laid back, luxurious vibe with bedrooms decorated with soft shades and green plants with Bramley botanicals.
Butcombe Pub & Inns is part of the Liberation Group.