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Guyers House Hotel
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Reviewed 13 August 2012

On arrival - WOW factor!
Beautifully kept grounds & Guyers House - very impressive! So far so good.
However, the reception staff could have been more welcoming on arrival (a smile goes a long way)
Our room did NOT live up to the prices they bill -
Marks to the walls, cracks, drill holes from old fixtures, scuffs & needed painting despirately
Broken light fixtures
Coffee cup rings on almost every surface, tea service area just awfully marked & aged table
Dirty lamp shades & marks over the carpet in places
Damaged Kettle (wiring unsafe)

House keeping (towels, bedding, toiletries) Good
Food - 10/10

Rooms need decorating & bringing up to date in order to support such an amazing first impression on arrival.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Ella J
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Reviewed 13 August 2012

Stayed at the weekend, very nice country house and having booked a superior room hoped to have views of the grounds, upon arrival was told that there were no superior rooms available owing to a wedding so was allocated a standard "garden" room. These are annexes near to the main house, the rooms were adequate but nothing special and it appears that most guests seem to be farmed out to the annexes. the rooms are in corridors where the bedrooms are close to each other and as indicated on previous reviews, there is a steady noise of bedroom and fire doors banging loudly so wasn't the quietest of stays.

The main hotel building was lovely with superb grounds. The annexe room we were allocated overlooked a stoned courtyard which did not permit any view of the lovely grounds, would suggest if booking a stay, ask for a room overlooking the grounds.

To conclude a nice hotel which is an excellent base to explore the locality but do not consider the rate they charge to be backed up by the annexe accommodation.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank nigel438
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Reviewed 12 August 2012

We recently stayed here for a couple of nights with friends and had a lovely time.

The hotel itself is a charming old building with some great features, nice grounds and comfortable rooms (although could do with a little modernisation).

We ate in the restaurant both nights and enjoyed on the whole some well cooked food (the a la carte pork dish was sublime). The wine we chose we enjoyed but feel the wine list could be a little more exciting.

Finally the service we received was very good, we booked dinner late on our last evening when they were already busy, but managed to accommodate us well and all the staff were friendly and approachable.

This is a good hotel that that still has room for improvement which is a real compliment, I am sure we will return in the future.

  • Stayed: August 2012
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Thank ah2002_9
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Reviewed 21 July 2012

Following an excellent stay here in March this year, paid a return visit. On this occasion staying three nights. We were not disappointed, a good base for touring Bath and the surrounding area.

As the hotel was fully booked we were unable to get our first preference of a superior room in the main building for all three nights, and spent the first night in room 28 a ground floor room sited in the courtyard adjacent to the main building. The room was clean, and nicely presented with a large window overlooking the hotel grounds and countryside beyond. As a superior room at a £20 pn surcharge became available for the second and third nights we moved to room 1 on the first floor of the main house and above the main entrance to the hotel. Again a nice clean room. well maintained with traditional furniture and decoration in keeping with the style of hotel, including a very comfortable four poster bed.

The quality of food and service in the restaurant was first class and very much at the top end of the bracket for this type of hotel at both dinner and breakfast.

A very nice, well managed hotel set in quiet countryside close to Bath, and definitely one to return to.

Room Tip: £20 pn premium for superior room in main house is worth paying.
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank malcolm10
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Reviewed 19 July 2012

Beware!! Post code does not get you there on Sat-Nav, but takes you to home of member of Pink Floyd!! Rock On!!

We stayed here to attend a family wedding nearby.

Friendly staff, but hotel 'tried' & in need of decoration. Housekeeping poor - chewing gum on stairs for 13 hours, at least - and quite dusty & dirty in room & bathroom. Visit from 'Hotel Inspector' wouldn't go amiss!

Asked staff to order taxi to take us to family wedding at nearby Manor House Hotel, Castle Combe..
Taxi was filthy inside & out!

Breakfast was good.

Unexpected, & un-authorised items on a bar bill, which we never incurred!

Noise from other guests disturbed us in night.

Beautiful grounds.

Room Tip: Ask for Garden House accommodation. Don't accept room 14 - its very 'tired'.
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Jeffers97
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