We visited the Bath House Hotel for dinner on our Wedding Anniversary. The staff were friendly, the food was excellent, and the place was spotless. It was one of the best meals we have had for a long time. We would thoroughly recommend this restaurant. and will certainly visit again when in the area.
We stayed here for the weekend as a base for exploring. Our room was excellent. There is no other way to describe it. It was quiet, clean and very well appointed. The team here did a great job., we were welcomed by the owner who was delightful and very helpful. The bathroom was sanitised and clinically clean, it was that good! Stay here. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
Just returned from 4 nights at the Bath House Hotel in Chard.....such wonderful hospitality....nothing was too much trouble.....very well looked after.....lovely, comfortable rooms....superb breakfast.....excellent value....would definitely recommend
We thoroughly enjoyed our recent stay at the Bath House Hotel. The room was comfortable and pleasant, in a relaxed atmosphere in the heart of the town. The food was something else - fantastic!! The restaurant should not be missed! Highly recommended. We'll be back
We stayed for two nights in August as the base for trips into Lyme Regis and Seaton. The Bath House Hotel is a lovely little hotel with a handful of rooms. We had a double (which can be configured as a twin) with en-suite shower. The room was clean and comfortable with the amenities you'd expect - flat-screen TV with freeview, coffee/tea, hairdryer, and air conditioning. We had a warm, friendly greeting on check-in and this continued throughout our evening meal and breakfast. The Bath House has its own Asian-style restaurant which seemed very popular, catering for the general public as well as residents. We would heartily recommend the food - although the choices for those that don't fancy Asian were possibly a little limited. Breakfast is included if you book direct through the hotel's restaurant otherwise an adult full-English was about £13. There's limited free parking to the rear of the hotel, follow the Sainbury's car park entrance and the little brown hotel signs. Don't be put off by the apparent run-down nature of the row of shops next to the Bath House, it really is a gem. Re covid-19 - our temperatures were taken at check-in, hand-sanitising and masks were requested. The room was fog treated before we arrived.…