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Lye Hole Lane, Redhill, BS40 5RN – Show map
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Golf course (within 3 km), Fishing, Hiking, Horse riding, Children's playground
Free! WiFi is available in the business centre and is free of charge.
Private parking is possible on site (reservation is needed) and costs GBP 5 per day.
Airport shuttle (surcharge), Express check-in/check-out, Fax/photocopying
Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Soundproof rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
17:30 - 22:00 hours
09:30 - 10:00 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 10 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 15 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.
Cards accepted at this property
Meadow Cottage Guest House accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorise your card prior to arrival.
Based on 229 reviews
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Forge Accommodation is just 100 metres from Bristol International Airport and offers free transfers to and from the airport. The Forge provides en suite accommodation with TVs and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 444 reviews Good
A 2-minute drive from Bristol Airport, and 7 miles from the bustling city centre, Westfield Lodge has a rural setting with free secure parking for the night of your stay.
Score from 182 reviews Very good
An easy drive from the M4 and M5 motorways, the child-friendly Hilton Bristol has a health club with a gym and swimming pool, and is just 15 minutes from Bristol city centre.
Score from 415 reviews Good
With a 24-hour shuttle service, this Holiday Inn is a 10-minute drive from the Bristol Airport Terminal Building. Bristol city centre is just a 30-minute drive away.
Score from 507 reviews Very good
Good comfortable bed, nice linen,towels changed daily. Lovely period house in delightful setting.
Ground floor bedroom small, also a very small shower room with an unpleasant smell. No wardrobe, only a small rail at ceiling height, had to stand on chair to reach it (age 78). Breakfast self service, no one around to clear tables after other guests had eaten, cooked breakfast not included. Reception not very 'customer friendly'.
The house itself is a beautiful period cottage with a matching modern extension and modern kitchen. Period furnishings and decor, large well kept garden and great country views. Our room was nice with a comfy bed, others varied. Parking not too bad but entrance rather tight. Staff and owner were very pleasant although rarely present.
You can't check in until 5.30pm and have to be out by 10am. Cooked breakfast needs to be booked in advance - I missed that in the small print so we had the alternative - DIY from a selection of bread, cereals and croissants, tea coffee etc. No staff present so we had to clear away a previous guest's table before we could sit down. I appreciate a bit space but it would have been nice to have someone pop in now and again to clear the tables.
The absence of shops and inns near the hotel
Breakfast.no evening meal.not allowed till 5' 30'noisy guests.
Loved stepping back in time whilst remaining in the 21st century . Lovely comfortable beds. Beautiful scenery and cuddles from the dogs .
One small request is for mirrors in bedrooms.... we were getting ready for a wedding and had to share the bathroom mirror.
Able to support and help us out
Beautifull renovated old farm.
Lovely building and grounds. Lots of character. Convenient location for us as we were going to a party locally.
Bit of a surprise to find that you had to help yourself to a DIY breakfast. The girl who checked us in explained that the number of guests didn't justify a full time chef but on the night we were there it was full, and I've stayed at other B & B's where there were only a small number of rooms but we still got breakfast!
Location and old building
No where to put anything. I would replace the book case with a chair. It may add to the ambiance but detracted from the practicality of the room. Basin was impractical for teeth and face. Breakfast took some finding on our own.
Clean, comfortable rooms. Quiet countryside location. Good large garden with tables and seating. Good parking. Well equipped rooms and kitchen.
Two lovely, child friendly dogs but they poo all around the garden. This is a shame because the garden is a very nice but you have to be careful where you tread!
Quiet Country Lane close to Bristol Airport but not on the flight path! A comfortable room with it's own inglenook fireplace. A bit dark but it is a cottage after all therefore the window is quite small.
Wonderful place,love the friendly dogs.
Felt as if the holiday started early Lived up to other feedback
Owner was extremely kind and friendly. Made us feel at home.
Very close for Bristol Airport, especially if you are taking an early flight. Provision of help yourself breakfast much appreciated
I loved the setting and stunning cottage lovely and clean very different and authentic
no staff to say hello to at breakfast time
Lack of facilities in room, not even a wardrobe! Sink not big enough for a shave.
the charm of the building and the grounds
reception by the landlady was fairly cool
They got it, the most important thing to a hotel/rest house is the bed, and they were great. Any of the quirks are easy to overlook when you have a great bed.
Very little or no internet, some if you are next to the router. Shower isn't great, but works. The location is a bit out of the way, but ok if you have a car. You shouldn't have to pay £5 for parking when there is lots of parking and you pretty much have to come by car.
I thought the cottage was set in lovely grounds and very peacefull
Host was friendly and talkative. Felt compelled to mingle and interact with other guests. Room was small but comfortable, full of character with wooden beams and doors. Continental breakfast was included with typical choices. Quiet location, large grounds to wander around. Very clean and tidy guest house with modern facilities but enough character to make it quaint.
Was sent a text message asking if we could arrive by 7pm, we felt a little obligated to break up our activities to check-in for 7pm. Parking can be a problem, when we arrived the car park only had two other cars in it - the car park is only big enough for 4 vehicles (despite there being at least 13 rooms). There is space for another 4 vehicles on the lane leading to the property, just before you turn into the driveway. Not sure if this belongs to the guest house, but we needed to park here as we went back out after arriving and when we returned at around 10:45pm, the car park was full with three other cars parking up the drive. There was only one space left in the bay of four on the lane, but felt lucky as there are more rooms than car park spaces so bear this in mind.
I liked that we could take the dog.
No internet access. Staff not on hand to ask questions during the stay. Breakfast was a shock self service free for all in kitchen and only toast and cereal on offer. Cooked breakfast had to be ordered in advance but was never really offered when we booked in. Thought £80 a night for what we got was expensive if it wasnt for our dog we would not have stayed here.
Location and look
Smell of damp and unclean floors
Lovely comfortable bed.
From first entering the room, there was a urine smell coming from the en suite. It had no window but an extractor fan. Nauseating.
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