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Romantic Evenings in Bath If you’re looking for a romantic retreat to spoil your loved one and want to do it in style, it’s time to book a room at one of Bath’s most decadent hotels, or a table at an intimate candle-lit restaurant - and there's plenty to choose from in Bath.

The Ayrlington [map] can be found on Pulteney Road, and is undoubtedly one of the best hotels in the area. Offering stunning Victorian surroundings including a beautiful walled Oriental garden, The Ayrlington is perfect for a romantic hideaway that still manages to be close enough to the most popular tourist attractions in Bath.

Rooms are decadent and large offering en suite accommodation and traditional luxurious furnishings. Four-poster beds are available in some rooms along with views over the stunning garden.

The bedrooms are all named after flora and fauna with an Eastern feel, so honeymooners or those celebrating anniversaries can return to the Poppy or Bamboo bedroom on a yearly basis.

Alternatively, be treated like a lord and lady at The Bath Priory Hotel and Restaurant [map].

This imposing hotel was built in 1835 on land that was once owned by The Priory of Bath Abbey. Over the years it has served as many things including a private boarding school, but today it is a fine example of a modern and high quality retreat.

The Priory has 27 individually decorated and furnished rooms. All rooms are adorned with fine antiques and decorated with traditional objects d’art and fabrics. An unusual touch is the pre-war 1930’s Marconi and Bush wireless that features in most rooms, and adds to the feeling of splendour and atmosphere.

The attached Linden Villas [map] have a further four luxurious apartments. Each one is individually designed but they share the feeling of space and comfort.

The restaurant here offers dining in a low-key and romantic atmosphere. Head chef Robert Clayton ensures that each dish is as tempting as the next and particular specialities include fish and game, as well as delicious desserts.

Another venue that offers indulgence on a grand scale is Hunstrete House [map] in the Mendip Hills, which is just six miles from the City of Bath.

Hunstrete House offers truly beautiful rooms with four-poster beds and views across acres of countryside including deer parks and woodland streams.

The cuisine at Hunstrete House rests in the capable hands of head chef Danny Moon and tempting dishes on the a la carte menu include Salad of Smoked Quail with Pickled Wild Mushrooms, Tarragon Vinaigrette, and Roast Fillet of Aberdeenshire Beef, Savoy Cabbage and Speck, Shallot Jus.

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