Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Limpley Stoke, Bath, Somerset, BA2 7FZ, United Kingdom

1 Review

BEST WESTERN Limpley Stoke Hotel
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  • Families67
  • Couples64
  • Solo75
  • Business75
  • Ideal Location, Great Views


    My wife and I recently stayed at the Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel for our wedding anniversary and we had a wonderful time. This is the second time we have stayed in this hotel and once again we were delighted with everything.

    On arrival the receptionist informed us that we had a room upgraded due to it being a ‘special occasion’ the room had excellent views down the valley and a small seating area in the bay window. I suggest if you ever book this hotel for any occasion that you inform the reception prior to your arrival and you could be in for a nice surprise. The room was light and nicely decorated with a smallish en-suite bathroom, but with all the facilities and most importantly very clean. The bed was comfortable and had nice plump pillows, unlike the flat biscuit pillows I’ve had in other hotels. To sum up we were very happy with the room.

    On our first evening we decided to take a trip into Bath, which was only around a 15 min drive away and we found parking very easily. We ate in an Indian restaurant (I forget the name, sorry) and it was very enjoyable, we then wandered around the city centre and called into a couple of the local bars for a drink before returning back to the hotel.

    The next day we took a trip to Longleat Safari park, this is a little further than Bath but still driveable in under 25 mins and is well worth a visit if you are in the area.

    The second night we decided not to drive and ate in the Hop Pole Inn, the hotels own village pub, the food and service was excellent and I suggest you try the fillet steak as a main course, mine was delicious. Getting to the pub is easy because it’s all downhill, but on the way back (after a couple glasses of wine) the driveway seems a lot steeper, but well worth the effort.

    Breakfast was the only meal we ate in the hotel and this was buffet style, no complaints here, everything was hot and plenty of it. Tea and coffee were served to the table and the staff were very attentive. On the morning we checked out (7am, as we had a long drive ahead) the receptionist was happy and smiling and asked us how we enjoyed our stay and if she could make us any ongoing reservations. I thought that this was an excellent idea even though we didn’t require any other hotels.

    All in all we had a great time and will definitely return again in the future, maybe for next year’s anniversary. Many thanks to all the staff at the hotel.

    Unique Quality: Great Views, Hotel has it's own village inn - The Hop Pole. Only 15 mins from Bath city center.

    Directions: Located in the Village of Limpley Stoke. Only a short distance from Bath.

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Looking for B&B in Bath

by zuriga

I wonder if anyone has a favorite B&B in Bath? We'd rather be close to the city centre than further out where it takes 10-15 minutes to walk into town. Any restaurant tips would also be appreciated - interesting, excellent meal other than a Michelin starred (only one in Bath).

Re: Looking for B&B in Bath

by johngayton

For a central B&B I would suggest the Parade Park Hotel which overlooks the Parade Gardens. Fairly basic facilites but clean and comfortable and you wont get anywhere more central for the price (about 50 Pounds per room per night) -

The first restaurant that immediately springs to mind is Woods, on Alfred Street, which is just across from the Assembly Rooms. Woods is a bit of a Bath institution having been in the same family for about 30 years. Excellent modern (ish) food and very reasonably priced - the "early bird" dinner is great value for money.

Have a good trip, Bath's a great place!

Re: Looking for B&B in Bath

by rexvaughan

We had a really wonderful meal at Tilley's Bistro ( It is next door to the famous and in my opinion highly overrated Sally Lunn's.

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History of Bath

by grayfo

Bath was occupied by the Romans shortly after their Invasion of Britain in 43AD. The city was called Aguae Sulis “the waters of Sul”. The Anglo-Saxons renamed the town Baðan or Baðon "at the baths," and this was the source of the present name. Edgar of England was crowned king of England in Bath Abbey in 973.

Sights Along The Avon River...

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On this photo taken by me, we see yet another sight of The Bath Abbey.
If you have the time, don't forget to stroll along the Avon River, okay.
This would give you some chances to take some good photos of the surrounding areas...

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Not many people know about these nice guided walking tours in Bath.

The guides are volunteers who love the city and like to tell its story.

The meeting point is outside the Pump Room in Abbey Church Yard.


by graeme83 about Cube

This is a nightspot that is easy on the eye, but can get very busy. It has a good atmosphere but quite possibly the smallest dancefloor in the world! Since I like the dancefloor this was a drawback for me ;)

At least I got to see someone dressed up as a duck Smart

Not a restaurant

by timcarter about Pulp Restaurant

This is not, in fact, a restaurant but the bar of Las Iguanas, a south american restaurant which is located above Pulp. If you want anything other than a snack you should go to the restaurant proper. Las Iguanas serves some excellent food but the service has, for many years, been a little haphazard. This can lead to a rather frustrating evening. The ambience is lively and authentic music is (usually) played. The staff are polite and friendly. However, these qualities do not compensate for service which can sometimes be very slow. If you are prepared to take the risk and all goes well you may well have an excellent meal. The fajitas are particularly good. However, be warned, you might well spend part of the evening desperately trying to catch a waitresses eye to enquire about your meal. King prawn fajitas


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Address: Limpley Stoke, Bath, Somerset, BA2 7FZ, United Kingdom