Discover What Makes us so Special…
Built in 1891, the House was first used as a home for Royal photographer John Berryman and his family. Because of Berryman’s influential position at the time, he was granted permission to build the house in red brick (opposed to the traditional ‘Bath stone’), which he transported from his hometown Tasburgh in Norfolk.
Tasburgh House combines the tranquility of country life, with a lively Heritage City just on the doorstep.
A Genuinely Warm and Personal Welcome along with a Wealth of Local Knowledge
Sue, Grant and the team want you to make the most of your stay. Whether you need a restaurant reservation, a taxi booked, directions or even a day trip booked, we’re always happy to help. A host of information is on hand.
Free for the duration of your stay when you book direct. A rarity in Bath, but essential for visiting guests
Unlimited High-Speed WiFi
Complimentary to all guests – available throughout the hotel, allowing you to keep in touch as much as you need
Breakfast, afternoon tea and light evening suppers, using the finest locally sourced produce
Seven Stunning Acres of Grounds with Magnificent Views
Town and country in one skyline, leading to the canal side. The gardens are cleverly multi-terraced to allow each guest to discover their own private corner. Perfect for strolls, picnics and drinks in the warmer weather
An Alternative Route into Bath
Bath City Centre is a level 20 minute walk from the bottom of our garden, via the canal tow path
At Your Service, All Day Long
Whether you require fresh milk for your beverage tray or a round of drinks, we’re always here and happy to help
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For the best available rates contact us directly to make a booking.
Telephone: +441225 425096
Please note that we are strictly unable to accept children under the age of six