We stayed 2 nights at this hotel whilst attending a wedding the other side of Bath. The hotel is quite impressive from the outside and the bar, restaurant and lounge areas were very comfortable.
There is a very old pub at the end of the entrance drive which is owned by the hotel and you can charge drinks and food to your room account, food in the pub was very good.
The main downside of this hotel was the size of our room which was small to say the least, every time we moved we hit our legs on the bed, the bathroom was also very small and didn't have a shower apart from a hand held one which I suppose you could use while sitting in the bath. The whole room could do with some re-decorating. I turned the radiator off on arrival and had to open the window as wide as it would go to try and cool the room down, it was still as hot when we left 2 days later, this is in January when it was freezing outside. Others in our group on different floors were complaining their rooms were freezing and they were given Dimplex heaters to warm them up so it is a bit hit and miss whether you will be too hot or too cold.
Our room ( No 64) was in the roof, they have a lift that will take you up 2 floors but from then on it is a climb up several flights of stairs with a suitcase, not very easy.
Buffet breakfast was quite good and the staff attentive, we didn't have to wait at all for coffee or tea.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The BEST WESTERN Limpley Stoke Hotel is a stunning hotel near Bath which is just a ten minute drive away, the hotel occupies a delightful village setting in an area of outstanding natural beauty.Overlooking the spectacular Limpley Stoke Valley the hotel is a stunning property with extensive gardens and elegant spacious public rooms. It offers the opportunity to relax in the peaceful Georgian lounge in front of the roaring log fires during the winter months. A Unique facility is the hotels own ‘Hop Pole Inn’ at the bottom of the drive. Formerly a Monks retreat, this traditional 16th century coaching inn has character and charm together with a range of real ales and superb food in a relaxed atmosphere.Privately owned and managed, The Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel combines quality accommodation, offering friendly attentive service with a warm West Country welcome. The Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel is set in a prime location on the edge of the Georgian city of Bath, and is ideal for exploring the South West. In addition attractions such as Longleat, Wells Cathedral, Glastonbury, Stonehenge, The Cotswolds and the many architectural sights of the city of Bath itself are within easy reach. ... more less
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