Bath's Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa launches new event space

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa in Bath has launched a new event space, The Walled Garden.

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa's The Walled Garden
The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa's The Walled Garden

Measuring 66sqm, The Walled Garden at The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa is an outdoor venue available for private corporate functions.

Designed by local architect Nick Shipp, the space has been crafted by Bath landscape designer Alison Jenkins, who previously worked on the hotel’s ‘The Taittinger Spa Garden’ in 2015. Forming part of the hotel’s one acre of gardens, it was newly landscaped and planted during the winter of 2015/16.

For intimate events, guests can hire the four-bedroom Garden Villa as a private residence, which can accommodate up to ten guests.

General manager Jonathan Stapleton said: "We are thrilled to finally be unveiling The Walled Garden, and to be able to offer guests a truly unique outdoor venue in the city, perfect for bespoke private functions and celebrations in the heart of Bath. This dedicated walled venue, paired with the expertise of our expert events team, offers a personal experience which is all part of the bespoke celebrations and events offering available at The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa."

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