This beautifully illustrated booklet is the Tariff of Charges
for guests staying at the Bath Terrace Hotel in the early
It also shows us what was on the menu. The
booklet is opened out (above) to show the front and back
The delightful engraving on the back shows the north end
of the Bath Terrace, looking towards Holy Trinity Church
and the Heights of Abraham. The hotel of the same name is
on the left and Win Tor on the right.
Hartle's Bazaar is hidden from view behind Win Tor.
House, next door to the hotel and initially called
Wint House, had yet to be built.
Interestingly, the extension on the left of the hotel is
lower than either of the photographs of the building show.
Although the engraver is unknown the image was drawn some
years before the Watsons became the proprietors.
Tariff and Menus (inside)
Also see Edward Bird's engraving of Walker's
Bath Terrace Hotel in
Hall's "Days in Derbyshire", 1863.