The Bath Arms at Longleat is bathing in new light after substantial refurbishments and a total transformation.
The country pub with accommodation on the Longleat Estate had a two-month revamp with complete refurbishment of its 18 rooms and modernisation of all its bathrooms.
The accommodation has been transformed with refreshing interior décor, furnishings and modern amenities for guests to enjoy home-from-home experience. Each bedroom has a 43” smart TV with built-in DVD player, the latest coffee pod machine and a bluetooth digital radio. Noble Isle supplies complimentary toiletry products.
The rooms now have contemporary, large walk-in eternity showers and complimentary robes and slippers.
With investment and design inspiration from Longleat, Viscount Weymouth Ceawlin Thynn said: “Horningsham is privileged to have an establishment not only a pivotal hub for the local Longleat community but also a property that draws guests in from all over the UK. We wanted to encapsulate the best parts of having a beautiful old traditional pub with rooms and the accoutrements expected for modern living. The refurbishments reflect our continuing investment and importance we place in developing the Longleat offering and high-quality service delivered to our customers.”
Des Jones, general manager of The Bath Arms added: “The Bath Arms has been lovingly refurbished and each day we strive to offer standards of hospitality that consistently exceed our guests’ expectations. Whether looking for a countryside weekend retreat or a gastropub that champions the best of local ingredients, we welcome guests to experience our new elevated hospitality service.”