- Reviews: 9807
ROSE & CROWN: GOOD HOTEL
We wanted to stay in Bath, but found the accommodation in the city centre to be very expensive.
I decided to look elsewhere, and found this Hotel, located in the village of Hinton Charterhouse, about 8 miles from Bath.
The price was much better!
We found the Hotel very easily, and pulled into the large Car-Park. Outside the Hotel, was a nice Beer garden. We walked in through the back entrance, and were met by one of the friendly owner's. Our room was upstairs, very nice with everything we needed, and we had a view over the main road.
I paid extra for Breakfast which was a cooked "full English breakfast," yummy!
We were pleased with our stay here in this quiet village.
Mon - Fri: 11 am - 3 pm / 5 pm - 11 pm
Sat: 11 am - 11 pm
Sun: 11 am - 10.30 pm
- Reviews: 242
Bath University: Bath University
I stayed on the main campus and paid £21 for a room. I can't deny it was a bargain but I don't think I would stay here again. The campus is quite a bit outside of the city centre, the reception and room itself were also quite difficult to find. The room itself was just that. A room with a bed and a wardrobe in a block containing only about eight similar rooms, so thankfully the shared bathroom and toilet wasn't so bad.
During the afternoon it was quite noisy, with people slamming doors and shouting to each other but night time was fine.
If you don't mind the location and don't mind a 'hostel-like' experience, then this place would probably be great for you.
During the summer holiday the university rents out over 2,000 rooms to the public. They also have a further 50+ 'hotel-style' rooms available all year round.
- Reviews: 597
Prior House B&B: Prior House B&B
Great Bed & Breakfast In Bath.
Nice owners, friendly and also
Great food each morning, and
plenty of it ....
Everything was within walking
distance from the house.
Prior House, which was built in 1894, is an interesting example of late
Victorian architecture and is located within a few hundred yards of the
world famed Royal Crescent.
It is our home and we assure you of a warm and personal welcome.
There are four guest bedrooms, two with en-suite facilities and two that
share a shower room.
We serve a continental breakfast until 10.00 am before you set out to enjoy
the many delights of the World Heritage City of Bath.
The house is located less than one mile from Bath Abbey, the Roman Baths
and the Pump Room.
- Reviews: 252
The Old Court: Fun Lodging Experience!
This was a fun stay! The shower was a bit small, but hey, it was a jail cell! The breakfast was good and the owners were very laid back and friendly and worked with us for breakfast times and all.
It's an old converted courthouse so we got to stay in what used to be a jail cell! And there was a passageway that went from next to our room up to a trapdoor in the main room upstairs.
- Reviews: 1070
Longleat Caravan Site: CAMPING
Unfortunately this sealion was a little too selfish and wouldn't let us share his palacial home! We did however stay just a stones throw away from Longleat House in the Caravan Club site in the estate grounds.
- Reviews: 708
The Cartshed: The Cartshed
Depending on time of year. We were there in December and we paid 250 pounds for the week.
A detached stone agricultural building originally built in the 18th century and rebuilt in 1991. Has a loft bedroom, garden, fully equiped kitchen and best of all, a very large heated indoor pool! Located in heart of Avon valley. Great hiking trails + boating but of course when we were there, massive flooding prevented much walking unless you didn't mind swimming in muck.
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