The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa in Bath has permanently rehomed three hedgehogs in their acre of secluded gardens, adding to the wildlife that already enjoys the space.
Jane, Beatrix and Daphne, all of whom have been named after British authors Jane Austen, Beatrix Potter and Daphne Du Maurier, are now permanent residents at The Royal Crescent Hotel (RCH).
Guests of the hotel will be invited to watch at feeding time and will even be encouraged to get involved.
The hotel’s Marketing Manager, Mary said: “We’re very excited to extend the use of our peaceful gardens to Jane, Beatrix and Daphne – our new permanent garden guests.
“Our acre of gardens behind the hotel is already home to many species of birds and a band of excitable squirrels, but there’s plenty of room for the girls, and we cannot wait to introduce them to the famous “RCH Experience”.