The sale was completed on Friday 11 October. The three Grade I Georgian townhouses feature 40 individually-designed bedrooms, a cocktail bar, sitting rooms a dispensary restaurant, and a spa.
Ian Taylor said: “Since purchasing the three Grade I Georgian townhouses in March 2016, No.15 has seen a complete transformation – with the help of its luxury for the curious mantra it has certainly been brought back to life since its days as the Carfax Hotel, and now holds its own within the Bath landscape of luxury boutique hotels.
“We could not be more proud of what managing director Jonathan Walker and the Kaleidoscope and No.15 teams have helped us achieve in just three years.”
He added: “We would like to wish Tristan, James and Tom Guest the very best of luck with their first Bath venture. We are delighted that it’s very much business as usual for guests and staff alike, with Jonathan and senior management, as well as all No.15 staff, remaining in place.”
The Guest brothers said: “We are very much looking forward to getting to know and working with the No.15 team and becoming a part of the Bath community. No.15 is a unique property and we aim to preserve all that is special about what the Taylors and the highly committed team at No.15 team have created, and we will invest to ensure its continued growth.”
The Taylors said they have no plans to sell the other two Bath hotels within the Kaleidoscope Collection: The Bird on Pulteney Road and Homewood in nearby Freshford.