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Bisley Pavilion Hotel
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Bisley Pavilion Hotel
Ranked #1 of 1 Brookwood B&B and Inns
Reviewed 5 May 2012

Myself, my daughter and a friend travelled to Bisley Pavilion from Sheffield late one Thursday night, and arrived around 20 mins past midnight. The manager of the hotel had stayed up to let us in, and was very welcoming. We had been given rooms conveniently situated next to each other. The rooms are old fashioned, and not at all similar to new hotels, but did have a certain charm. Everything was absolutely spotlessly clean, and the beds very comfortable. Hotel was warm and cosy. We had a good nights sleep with no noise.
Breakfast is a simple "help yourself" cereal, toast, fruit juice, tea and coffee. Very adaquate. Surroundings are beautiful, and very unusual.
We stayed there in order to attend our sons Passing Out Parade at Purbright Army Camp. Hotel is ideally situated for this, being about 15 minutes walk away. Hotel is a 5 minute taxi journey from Brookwood Station.
Manager very helpful in providing directions, storing our luggage and above all, allowing us to check-in at 00.20 hrs!!

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 2 April 2012

I checked all the reviews before heading to Bisley Pavilion for a 3 day stay. I cannot understand the negative review after having stayed in a lovely self contained room at the back of the hotel, up a non rickety staircase, which also included a kitchenette. The beds were comfortable, clean and i felt i had my own private access. I hope to return in the summer for hot rod and harley events which i understand are located on site. What a perfect place to stay!

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled solo
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Thank ClaireLincoln2012
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Reviewed 22 March 2012

Impressive historic building set within The National Shooting Centre, full of Victorian charm and history. The secret is to stay at the hotel when there are 'events' on within it's fabulous ballroom or numerous bar areas. Ensuite room was very clean and comfortable, free self service continental breakfast.There are no restuarants or shops on the 50 acre private site and having driven all day, I decided to order a Take-Away evening meal which I ate in the bar- Dave the barman supplied neccessay plates etc.I'll return later in the year for the annual Hot Rod Rally and the Harley Davidson weekends

Room Tip: I stayed at the front of the hotel but there is a seperate block at the back yard where you can driv...
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  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled solo
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2  Thank edd j
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Reviewed 6 March 2012

I could not recommend this accommodation at all. The 'hotel' is little more than a shack. Our room was located at the rear of the property. Access to the room was via a ricketty staircase from outside, accessed through the rear yard - in itself a dumping ground of broken down cars, a half filled skip and lots of other rubbish. The room was spartan. Whilst the beds were clean, the bathroom was grubby and the soap had definitely been used before. The brochure boasts that some rooms have a beautiful view - all we could see was a skip and rows of tatty caravans. At the weekend the place played host to many drunk teenagers. I am not sure if this was a one-off, or if this happens every Saturday night. We were out until about midnight, but there was still a lot of horseplay going on when we returned? The noise did calm down, but we were concerned about security, as our room opened directly outside and the lock was flimsy. We won't stay here again - we will go to the H,idly Inn in Woking next time!

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with family
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5  Thank IlkleyDiamonds
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Reviewed 10 December 2011

Third time I've visited and stayed at this accommodation in Surrey. There has been ongoing improvements on each occasion. The last time I was down was in November when the premises was being painted. On this occasion The painting is finished and new carpets have been laid throughout making the place warmer and homelier. Clean efficient accommodation and would recommend as decent place to have a short stay in this part of the country. It would be beneficial if there was a small chair of some description in the bedroom as otherwise you have to sit on your bed or the throne! Tea and coffee making facilities in the bedroom are adequate.

Room Tip: Ask for a room without a slanting wall into the shower area.
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  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled on business
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1  Thank allangillies
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Reviewed 26 November 2011

On arrival someone wearing an outdoor coat who was literally hiding behind the desk eventually looked up and said 'do you want to book in?' as if it wasn't obvious. At all other times Reception was empty and, if we needed any help, we had to dial a number on a telephone near the desk which was answered and then slammed down on us mid-sentence with not so much as a 'hello' from the other end. Somewhere between five and ten minutes later someone would appear at the desk and show very little interest in being helpful. When we first went to our room there was a team of painters decorating the hall and landing outside our room. All the walls and door surrounds were wet and we had a 'wet paint' sign right outside our door on the carpet and we were warned by the painters to watch our clothes. Call me old fashioned, but most Hotels decorate when they aren't likely to disturb the guest's stay. We were then obliged to keep the window open for hours to clear the air in the bedroom of paint fumes before we could sleep. The beds were ok, clean and comfortable, but the room was small and crammed full. The shower room wasn't very clean and parts of the floor were filthy, especially in the corners. The dining hall was massive and freezing cold with a 'help yourself' breakfast of cereals, and bread to put in the toaster. All the tables were laid and there was no knowing how long everything had been left out gathering dust. We knew there were no other meals provided and that we could order in, but there was only a Chinese menu and no information forthcoming about any other meals available from anywhere else. When the takeaway arrived a couple of plates were unceremoniously plonked on the Bar. At best the staff have no idea of what even minimum service is about, including basic courtesy and how to welcome anyone. At worst, If they do have an idea of what service is about, but choose to not do it, then they are just plain rude. We need to stay in the area again next week for two nights and will be taking our business elsewhere whereas if the staff had been friendly or bothered we would have stayed again.

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled with family
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2  Thank norabattyWales
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Reviewed 26 July 2013
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  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank mimi_chombart
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Address: Bisley Pavilion Bisley Camp | Brookwood, Brookwood GU24 0NY, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Surrey > Brookwood
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Ranked #1 of 1 B&Bs / Inns in Brookwood
Number of rooms: 19

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