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Most recent booking for this hotel was 13/05/2013 at 20:53
Set on the banks of the River Avon, The Old Mill Hotel & Lodge has lovely grounds and stunning vies of the countryside surrounding Bath. It is located on a site that housed a flour mill until 1907. Since then it has been developed into an attractive hotel with fully refurbished rooms, afunction room, a restaurant, bar and lounge. The rooms offer free coffee/tea making facilities, cookies and quality toiletries. Guests can also enjoy a flat screen TV with satelite channels, and an ISDN link. Il Mulino, the hotel's riverside restaurant, has an unique waterwheel feature and panoramic views. The menu features local, fresh produce, and is also open to non residents. Between April and October a riverboat leaves 330 ft across the bridge, and take passengers into the centre of Bath.
“ nice hotel in need of a little updating food was nice service great hotel staff helpfull and friendly near to other pubs and resteraunts on a bus route straight in to town centre
Paul from Havant
Most recent booking for this hotel was 12/05/2013 at 11:09
A stunning country house hotel in Bath, 4 star Combe Grove Manor Hotel is perfectly located for holidays and short breaks in Bath and Somerset. The hotel is just three miles from Bath city centre, and sits nestled in 69 acres of private gardens and woodland with breathtaking views of the Limpley Stoke Valley. For a relaxing luxury break this hotel offers a superb location for exploring Bath and the surrounding area. This hotel near Bath boasts 42 bedrooms including 9 deluxe rooms and suites in the Georgian manor house. You can dine in the Georgian Rooms, hotel’s 2 AA Rosette restaurant, or for a more informal atmosphere sample the many dishes served in the Eden Brasserie with its terrace for alfresco dining (weather permitting). To complete your luxury stay at Combe Grove Manor Hotel, let us pamper you in the hotel’s Beauty Rooms which offer a wide range of spa and beauty treatments, and are the perfect place to relax and unwind. Open to hotel guests and local members alike, the Health Club at Combe...
“ VERY CLEAN, GREAT BREAKFAST, STAFF VERY FRIENDLY AND HELPFUL.
Maria from Solihull
St Christopher's Inn, Bath is the most central backpacker base in the city. Bath Abbey, the ancient Roman Baths, the modern-day hot spring spa and the famed Royal Crescent are all within minutes of your doorstep when you stay with us. Add to that the many boutique British shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants lining the cobbled streets of this quintessentially British city, and you’re in sight-seeing heaven! Bath is a perfectly preserved Georgian city in the South-West of England with oodles of history and a lively ambience too. You certainly won’t be lost for something to do during your trip. People from all over the world travel to Bath to see the ancient Roman Baths, the history of Jane Austin and the many museums, parks, theatres, canal paths, and trekking trails! Better yet Stonehenge is only a stone’s throw away from St Christopher’s Inn, Bath. Visiting Stonehenge is always an experience, as you marvel at the sheer magnitude of these great stones and join the debate as to why they're there. Bath is...View details
Most recent booking for this hotel was 16/05/2013 at 12:21
With free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception, Days Inn Hotel Sedgemoor offers easy access to Weston-Super-Mare and the South West. There is free parking on site. The pet-friendly Days Inn Hotel Sedgemoor is at the motorway services just off the M5. On one side is it surrounded by countryside. Days Inn Sedgemoor is ideal for Wookey Hole, Cheddar Gorge, Brean, Burnham-on-Sea and Street Designer Shopping Outlet.
“ Staff are very helpful, rooms clean, tidy and comfortable, priced well will use again.
Keith from Northampton
The Luttrell Arms is a 3 star, 28 room hotel. Set in the medieval village of Dunster with its many interesting buildings, under the shadow of the Castle and within the Exmoor National Park. The privately owned 14th century Luttrell Arms is surrounded by beautiful countryside making it the ideal destination for that weekend break or midweek getaway. Stroll around the village, walk the moor, or just sit by a log fire in a building where hospitality has been a way of life for hundreds of years.
“ My wife and i had a great weekend staying in this lovely hotel set in historic Dunster, we had a superb 4 poster room with breakfast well worth the money paid
Paul from Malvern
Around 15 minutes from Bristol city centre and airport, this hotel has free Wi-Fi and spacious rooms. It is conveniently located beside the M5 motorway. Days Inn Bristol provides great service, free car parking and a 24-hour reception. The en suite rooms have trouser presses, tea/coffee making facilities and flat-screen TVs with Freeview digital channels. A great base for exploring the surrounding countryside, the Days Inn Bristol Hotel Gordano benefits from all the facilities of the 'Welcome Break' service station and its selection of popular food outlets. Local attractions include the SS Great Britain, Bristol Zoo and the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
“ very good the days inn we will go again.
Adrian from Nottingham
Lydeard Saint Lawrence
Brean Sands is a breathtaking West Country seaside location for holidays like they used to be. A seven mile award winning beach of golden sand is literally on your doorstep and nearby the stunning Cheddar Gorge and amazing Wookey Hole are all set in miles of unspoilt National Trust land. Brean Sands is the perfect place to create magical family memories. Sand, Sea and Somerset - a real family holiday, from fun on the beach to fun in the Park, you can choose the holiday you want. Your Pontins FREE Leisure and Entertainment Pass that covers a total of 67 FREE activities will keep kids of all ages happy. From our thrilling outdoor adventure playground to our fantastic heated indoor pool it’s all included in the price.
“ we had a small but compact 1bedroom apartment. Had everything that was needed for a short stay. Great that u had your own pplace rather then in hotel with other people. Camp was brilliant had so much to do for all ages. Surrounding area's was brilliant with loads of places to visit. would recommend
Naiomi from Neath
Built in 1743 by one of the city's most famous architects, John Wood the Elder, Pratt's Hotel has been part of Bath's heritage for more than two centuries and represents a great location for a short break or weekend stay in Bath to explore the city's many historic attractions. The hotel was originally five town houses, but as early as 1791 two of those were being used as boarding houses. Some famous occupants over the years include Sir Walter Scott, William Wilberforce and Dame Peggy Ashcroft. In 1910 Mrs Frederick Pratt bought the boarding house at 5 South Parade, and by 1917 the property was registered as 'Pratt's Hotel'. The building itself has many interesting features, with a variety of character rooms, a classic Georgian restaurant and lounges with open fireplaces, and a bowed landing on the staircase, designed to enable 'chairmen' to carry clients back to their rooms in their sedan chairs after a treatment in the city's famous spa baths. With its famous Roman baths, Abbey, classic Georgian...
“ This was my first visit to Pratts Hotel. Whilst it was faded and tired in appearance, it more than made up for it by being fairly clean and provided all the basics for a short stay. I liked the quaintness and old fashioned appearance and the sagging floors and ceilings and narrow corridors etc.
Ian from Shoreham-By-Sea