Find this excellent boutique hotel, run by the Beere family, in four elegant town houses (built by John Wood in 1772), tucked away off The Circus (in the north of the city) away from the general bustle.
Its relatively small size, means you'll always feel pampered and your individual requirements met whenever possible.
Comfortable drawing rooms with period furniture, open onto pleasant private courtyard gardens. They are bang up to date in other ways with the availability of Wi-Fi Broadband.
Individually-designed bedrooms have large beds and comfortable additional armchairs, as well as plush bathrooms, large towelling robes, top-of-the-range toiletries, flat-screen televisions and DAB radios.
If you chose to eat in the hotel, you have the excellent Olive restaurant at hand; they are also particularly-proud of their breakfasts, which are charged at an extra
Restaurant - Queensberry Hotel - Olive Tree Restaurant
Find this excellent restaurant in the basement of this comfortable hotel which occupies a row of converted Georgian town houses. The informal dining room has a relaxing feel, with modern artwork... more
- Number of rooms: 29
- Rooms, ensuite: 29
- Price (single room): £115
- Price (double room): from £115
- Parking: Yes, valet parking
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 60
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 24
- Directions: See the map on this page