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Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Meeting/banquet facilities, Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms, Lift, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
14:00 - 22:30 hours
07:00 - 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children or adults are charged GBP 49 per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.
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Dating back to the 17th century, the Best Western Plus Angel Hotel offers high-quality accommodation and brasserie dining.
Score from 31 reviews Very good
This traditional English pub boasts olde worlde charm and luxurious modern features like free Wi-Fi and White Company toiletries.
Score from 251 reviews Very good
Located a 15-minute drive from Bath, in the Wiltshire village of Box, Benson House Box provides 2-bedroom apartments with free Wi-Fi in the open-plan living and dining area.
Score from 49 reviews Superb
This period property set in the charming market town of Corsham offers modern en suite accommodation with rustic appeal. The Methuen Arms offers free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking.
Score from 132 reviews Superb
Check there is not a wedding being held whilst you are staying - there was nowhere to park near the accommodation block when we returned. Be prepared to walk to the main house for breakfast - not good in the winter! The bed was very lumpy - no memory foam mattresses!
Staff were very friendly. Bus link into Bath really easy. Quirkly little place with character which included a retro games room.
Not keen on the sleigh bed as kept hitting my feet on the bottom. Outside door banging and smelling of fried food in the bedroom
Reception rooms small and crowded. Dog mess on lawn.
The rooms are spacious and comfortable and very clean. We had a good night's sleep.would stay again but would not eat here.
The resterant is over priced and badly run, drinks very expensive.simple things let it down ie bread with no butter , tea with no milk. Table covered in crumbs at breakfast, cold toast and greasy food.
The location & the character of the main hotel & its environs. The room size & comfort.
Glasses would have been a nice touch in the room instead of plastic. Also to have had fresh fruit available at breakfast, & we did expect the menu to have been a mixture of special & value, but "adequate" would best describe it.
Location was good, the bar area was well done out and staff are very welcoming
The car is odd, just leave car where you can, full English is not the best for its price, small portion, my stay was the apartments which is a fair walk across in bad weather
Very nice, helpful staff, a particularly dog friendly hotel, dogs are welcome not just tolerated. Comfortable room, a good breakfast, quirky decor, lovely grounds. Would recommend it.
Staff where all friendly - " gardener "james" was very informative about plans for the garden- the interior in the main house was quirky, stunning , stylish , we felt as if "Marco" actually lives there, receptionist was very helpful and the food was " wow" will be back soon !
Waitress at breakfast was efficient and pleasant
The Breakfast Menu was pathetic, the portions of food were far too small, the plates were cold and there was no fruit, cheese, danish pastries or any of the normal items you would expect, on the so-called Breakfast Buffet. The room was adequate, but the Breakfast experience was dire enough to make us leave straight after it and go home a day early.
Lovely little quaint hotel, turned out to be a Marco Pierre-White owned hotel might explain why the breakfast was probably the best hotel breakfast ever - superb
Magnificent breakfast , staff lovely
large comfortable room. large gardens and grounds.
the circulation space and access to the dining room was rather cramped and gloomy. the evening meal was overpriced. the breakfast was adequate, but fairly basic and not well presented.
The staff were very helpful, very nice scenery and location, lovely quiet area big spacious rooms lovely food.
Nothing it was all nice
Room was comfy. Bathroom needed a good clean
Staff kept getting the meals muddled up as they had a wedding on there and were very busy
Rooms not attached to main hotel .. It was good for me . I had to study for a training course that I was on ..
Bed too short Room very hot, yes it was summer but no means of cooling the room. Bar choice limited.
Food expensive breakfast choice limited,
location and facilities food and service excellent staff helpful friendly and quick with service decor of room tea/ coffee facilities iron and board available
mattress- could feel springs/coil. bed "SQUEAKED"every time you moved. pillows- either too soft or thin (if pillow firm enough) room too hot even with door/window open all night. fan or ac would have been beneficial no top sheet- therefore no option to just have sheet instead of duvet.
The executive double room was cramped and had an unpleasant odour, I assume from something that had been spilt by a previous visitor as there was a wet patch in the middle of the carpet. We had double doors to the outside but only one door opened so the room was stuffy. Fans available would be an added bonus for visitors. The breakfast was very poor value for money - 1 mushroom is laughable and the bacon was beyond crisp, more cremated. Our food came before our tea, I had to ask twice for it and we had finished breakfast and tea before we were served any toast.
Situated in a lovely spot. The garden was lovely and croquet on the lawn was great. The lady at reception was extremely helpful.
We were extremely disappointed with the breakfast. Very little choice of cereal. No fresh fruit or pastries. No vegetarian choice other than egg on toast which when it came was really cold. The full English breakfast consisted of 1 sausage, 1 egg and 1 piece of bacon. Breakfast was very poor it really let the place down.
Location was great Rudloe Hall looked beautiful old building Breakfast was lovely couldnt have been better Staff that served breakfast were excellent This place could be so much more great location and dining room staff and food was lovely.
Girl on front desk when we arrived unhelpful and not interested.Not a great wecome!, Girl who served us in the bar the same uninterested and not very friendly. Couldnt find the place at first as they had changed the name so drove around a bit looking for it.would have been nice to have been e-mailed about the change. when I booked thought we were staying in the building shown on website Rudloe Hall thats why we chose it as loved the look of it. When we arrived we were told we were in another building which is 80metres from Rudloe Hall that was dissapointing. The room wasnt what we thought we were getting in the beautiful old buiding. It was pretty dark and decor back in the 70's. it was pouring with rain 1st morning got saturated going to the Hall for breakfast, no umbrellas supplied to walk up there!
Good location for visiting family. Room good size, shower lovely but a bit noisy. Peaceful location, breakfast very good and plenty of choice. Good value for bed and breakfast but it was a last minute deal. Would not be so happy if I was paying the full rate, because it's really not worth that. Bed comfortable. Was in the annexe in an executive double. Overall surroundings beautiful.Plenty of parking. Would stay again but definitely would not pay full price.
Room had a funny smell when you first walked in, but remedied by opening the window. Furniture tired looking, no information about surrounding areas. Places to go etc, although we did not need this. TV too small and signal poor. No wifi signal in room, although ok in main hotel.Bar not enough seating, odd set up with lots of bits and pieces, not sure what the purpose of some of it was for, and not for touching! 2 pool tables in a relatively small area, although both were being used. Radio 2 blaring at breakfast, didn't really bother us but somehow it didn't all blend well with the surroundings. The nude pictures at the entrance did not bother us but again not really sure why they needed to be in a hotel that is more than a hundred years old! Not enough attention to detail and I'm sure that this could be easily rectified. Overall we had a good experience and I believe you get what you pay for, which is why I feel that we had value for money at £65.00 but as I have already said I would not be prepared to pay anymore than this.
We had a room in the annex which was a nice room. Room was nice and clean with a lovely large bed.
The name of the hotel we booked was the Rudloe Hall Hotel but the sign for the hotel was the Rudloe Arms, this caused confusion to many people staying at the hotel. All signage was either one of the names. They need to alter all signage/ paperwork etc. Poor selection of toiletries in the bathroom. No folder of local attractions/ amenities. No menu for the restaurant. Marco Pierre White restaurant was a joke! Very basic menu, with not much choice. The retauraunt was grubby and smelled. the smell of the kitchen/ greasy smell was very off putting. Glasses and i mean every glass on most tables we could see were dirty/water marked and so was the cutlery. The place was dark and dingy. The blinds were dusty. The windows only lifted a few inches to try to let in some air. The restaurant really lets the hotel down. If what the employees say is correct that Marco visits either weekly or fortnightly I do not know why the standards of the restaurant aren't much much higher.
Lovely building, lots to do in the area, great views from the room/balcony
Expensive, no fridge/mini bar (although it says there is one on the website)
Size of room and ensuite location parking facilities
Not welcoming no directions when booking in on how to find room more or less took details and that was it
Bedroom window sashes broken, one propped open by a log! Other one wouldn't open at all. Very hot night. Bathroom loo wouldn't flush properly. Mattress dreadful, like sleeping in a hammock but pillows good. When I arrived after a big lunch party I asked what the food options were and was told to book into the restaurant. When I tried to order a snack off the menu I was given in the restaurant I was told there were only served at the bar! As my partner wanted a full meal they relented and served me my snack. Breakfast took 1hour 10minutes, most of which was spent waiting for food.
I was disappointed that despite requesting a room with a desk, or at least somewhere to use my laptop, there was none. I wasn't informed of this on arrival, or beforehand. Not helpful for business travellers.
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