Our Brand Partners

Our closest & most valued partners

Our commitment to service, integrity, honesty & to our guests & our team is an integral of who we are & what we do.

When choosing partners to work closely with, we seek the same values & approach. We are therefore incredibly proud to call the following businesses and organisations our Brand Partners - Those with whom we work most closely & who share our commitment to service, people & excellence.

Brand Partners in Bath

Visit Bath Bath's Not-for-Profit Tourism Organisation.

Visit Bath are one of our closest partners. Visit Bath are a non-profit organisation that is committed to promoting tourism in Bath. The team at Visit Bath work very hard to provide visitors to our beautiful city with the information they need to decide whether to visit, where to stay, and what to do with their time here. We are delighted to be a VisitBath member and work closely with their talented team.

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa is one of Bath's most prestigious and historic hotels.

Situated in the centre of the Royal Crescent, Bath's most iconic residential building, the Hotel was formed from the two central residences in 1971 and is renowned for its Georgian decor & fabulous restaurant, spa & garden. There are few places in Bath that match the Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa in terms of comfort, ambience, style & service.

For those truly seeking a home from home, there is no better choice in Bath than Three Abbey Green. A family run guesthouse for over 20 years, Nikki, Alan, Sue & their time offer guests one of the warmest and personal services anywhere in Bath. In addition, Three Abbey Green in located at the heart of the city, just a few minutes from the Roman Baths, Abbey, train station & shopping district, yet is tucked away in one of Bath's most beautiful squares. A true gem - just like the family!

Brand Partners outside of Bath

McKinlay Kidd are a Scottish-based, multi award-winning UK holiday company renowned for creating intimate, experiential itineraries that share the best of the UK with overseas visitors.

The Old Bell Hotel in Malmesbury is England's oldest hotel. Dating back to 1220, when the town's castle was pulled down & replaced by the neighbouring Abbey's monks with a hostel to accommodate visiting scholars, scribes & pilgrims coming to study the great tomes of the Abbey's library.

Today the Old Bell is totally unique - a combination of ye olde world with stunning rooms and incredible food. Having welcomed guests for nearly 800 years it's the perfect place to stay for those wishing to immerse themselves in England's heritage, countryside, culture & people. Enjoy a taste of the Old Bell on our 'Hidden Cotswolds' Experience.

Located just outside of Bath (about 3 miles west), Lorne House is run and owned by the always-welcoming Bob & Liz.

The house was once the childhood home of Rev. W J Awdry, author of Thomas The Tank Engine/Train who would listen to the steam trains chugging through nearby Box tunnel. The tunnel itself is a 3 mile long, engineering marvel of the early Victorian era, and holds a few secrets of its own - which you can discover on our Historic Pubs: Fine Dining & Mining Tour. For those wanting to avoid the hustle & bustle of the city, this is a great choice.