Cranleigh is an elegant Victorian house with many original period features, located in a peaceful residential area.
Just 1.5 miles from the historic city of Bath, you can enjoy the numerous sites and entertainment opportunities during your stay. Also, within walking distance of the hotel there is a local pub and restaurant.
Cranleigh houses 9 en suite rooms, each one individually furnished in a traditional style. They are fully-equipped to ensure that your stay is both comfortable and memorable.
Food & Drink
Special diet menus (on request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Non-smoking rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
Check in / check out
Check-in From 15:00 hours
Check-out Until 11:00 hours
Children and extra beds
Children older than 5 years are welcome.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Directions to Cranleigh Bath
From Bath City Centre: - Leave Bath via Queens Square (with Francis Hotel and Obelisk). - Look for signs towards A4 Bristol, Newbridge, Weston or Royal United Hospital. - At 2nd set of traffic lights at The Weston pub the road forks, take the right fork onto the A431. - At the mini roundabout exit slightly left. - Cranleigh is about 1/4 mile on the left.
From the M4: - Exit at junction 18. - Join the A46 to Bath. - Continue through the village of Pennsylvania. - At the next roundabout, turn right onto the A420 towards Bristol. - After 1/3 mile follow signs to filter left to Lansdown Park and Ride. - Along this country lane the road dips down then rises to a T-junction, bear left. - Continue up hill along a flat plain, past the racecourse and golf course. - Then the road bends left. - There is a large pub called the Blathwayt Arms on the right. - About 300 metres past the pub, turn right turn at new junction to Weston. - At the bottom of hill there is a mini roundabout, take the left exit. - Go through village and past the pedestrian crossing and the Crown and Anchor pub, then turn right into Anchor Road, which becomes Penn Hill Road (signposted Bristol). - At the end of this road (approximately half a mile), turn left at the T-junction. - Cranleigh is 500 yards on the right.
From Warminster: - Take the A36 towards Bath. - Keeping left, follow signs for A36 Bristol and City Centre. - At the next junction, turn left onto the A36 (A4) to Bristol. - Carry on over the roundabout and under the bridge, still following signs for A36 (A4) Bristol. - Turn left under the Railway Arches, past Toyota & Renault garages. - Signs change to A4 Bristol. - Pass the Mitsubishi garage. - Keep to the centre lane and after the BMW garage, at the next set of lights, turn right to Bristol A4 (A431). - Continue over the bridge, past gas storage tanks (on the right). - At the lights turn left to Bristol A4 (A431). - At the next lights, with The Weston pub on your left, turn right. Fork to Bitton A431. - At the mini roundabout bear left onto the A431 Bitton and Kelston. - Cranleigh is about 1/4 mile on the left.
From Wells: - Take the A39. - As you near Bath look for and follow signs to Park & Ride (Newbridge). - Take the first left after the Park & Ride entrance (Old Newbridge Hill). - This steep hill has a sharp bend to the right. - At the T-junction at the top of hill, turn right. - Cranleigh is 50 yards on right. Just a mile down the road is Charlotte Street Car Park - a large long stay city centre car park with CCTV.