Dan Moon at The Gainsborough

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When visiting Dan Moon at The Gainsborough first things first, you must visit the bar for pre dinner drinks, it’s absolute must. Mixed by Shuka and Tom; we sipped gin based cocktails garnished with the daintiest violets and laced with orange, cinammon and ameretto; tasting layers through the drinks with accents of nutmeg and pineapple... Read more »

The Gainsborough Bath Spa

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Based in the historic spa town of Bath; The Gainsborough Hotel & Spa opened three years ago in July. It is a former, Hospital, an admiral Head quarters in World War II and most recently an art college. Occupying a classical central building from the 1820s, the 99 bedroom hotel (three of the rooms actually... Read more »

The Queensberry Hotel

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Bath is a city that is revered the world over. Millions of people visit the city of Bath each year and find themselves seduced by the Roman Baths, rolling countryside and perfect mix of the historic and contemporary. Despite being on my hit list for a very long time, until this trip I had never... Read more »

Lucknam Park

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Lucknam Park. The very name conjures up images of trees and tranquility, of stately nature and magnificent settings. A country retreat from the world where one can experience spa treatments, elegant rooms, local flavours, equestrian activities, a cookery school and private gardens in one beautiful location. Driving up the 1.6 km long avenue of 400... Read more »


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Drummonds’ new Tamar bath offers all the glory of a double ended roll top bath, but with compact dimensions to suit smaller bathrooms. At 1700mm long x 730 wide, Tamar still offers a most luxurious bathing experience, made all the more pleasurable by the choice of beautiful finishes; from polished and lacquered metal to cladding and... Read more »