I got a 2 bed superior, apparently the largest of the two beds. The bedrooms just about fit the wardrobes and beds, so be aware, as its supposed to fit 5 people (maybe good for teenagers). The bathroom and kitchen were not clean and spotless. Old soaps from previous guests were on the shower rest, the dishwasher had things in it, the kitchen surfaces weren't clean, and a dirty grease filled baking tray was in the oven leaving me to believe that the cleaner had maybe just done the least possible cleaning. 4* property only on the look of the property, not the class of the service received.
It was difficult to locate the property and get in without help from the pub down the road! Definitely try to get there in daylight, as it's not even signposted.
Although there was supposed to be an iron in the apartment it was missing, this may not be true of other apartments.
If you want a double bed, and are used to cuddling with your partner, or you usually sleep in the middle of a double at home, be aware that you will feel as though you will fall between the two as they are actually two singles put together and only one side is secured.
The dishwasher was coming out of the space unless you pushed it in.
I paid £170 for two nights, whilst other hotels we charging £110 per night in Bristol at the time.
TV in master bedroom and living area with cable.
Good looking apartment, my little 8 year old was very impressed, as was I with the initial look.
Cots were free, despite the price of baby facilities on booking.com.
The property was warm and comfortable.
I had asked for complicated arrangements re the beds and cot and I at least got most of what I asked for, including two cots.
There is parking for about 4 cars directly outside the property, so you may not have to pay for parking.
Fridge and freezer was nice and big.
Apartment was perfect for two adults and a child I would suggest, if you don't mind cleaning it as you arrive