Extract from Discovering Old Huddersfield (1993-2002) by Gordon & Enid Minter:
Before driving off along Bath Street notice the three storey building opposite the end of the street on the far side of Lockwood Road. This was the Bath Hotel built at the same time as the baths to accommodate visitors coming from far afield. Bath Street was originally an ornamental garden planted with lawns, flower beds, shrubs and trees, where clients could stroll and take their ease after the exertions of the swimming baths and before the serious business of eating lunch or dinner at the Bath Hotel.
LOCKWOOD ROAD (North Side). Nos 188, 188A and 188B. Mid C19. Former Spa Hotel, built to complement Lockwood Baths. Ashlar. Hipped slate roof. Three storeys. Moulded eaves cornice. Blocking course. Continuous let floor sill. Four ranges of sashes. Door with 6 panels (4 fielded) and oblong fanlight framed by two Tuscan 3/4 columns taking full entablature. Three steps up to front door with Regency-type cast iron railings. Carriage entrance with three-centred head and moulded voussoirs.