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Wellington Terrace, Clevedon, BS21 7PU, United Kingdom – Show map
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|Special Offer - Single Room|
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|Family Room (3 Adults)|
|Classic Double Room with Sea View|
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Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and costs GBP 2 per 24 hours.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying
Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
14:00 - 23:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 7.50 per person per night 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 2.
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 on request. Charges may be applicable.
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Based on 159 reviews
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Score from 757 reviews Very good
The staff was pleasant and the bar was nicely set out,tv area and a quiet area for conservation
Didn't get told when checked in what the meal times were
Room did have an ensuite.
Room was cold, we had to contact reception twice and get a portable heater in until central heating fixed. Pillows were so flat and thin, bed was hard and lumpy and kept rolling away when we sat on it. We managed about 3 hours sleep. Will never recommend this hotel. We had requested soy milk for breakfast but they did not get it in. Also we had to climb stairs up to the second floor - not nice when carrying a suitcase.
The location, the room, the breakfast and parking
Nothing I would not recommend this hotel to anyone particularly a lone female traveller
An extremely rude member of staff on arrival after a long journey Filthy room and bathroom Dangerous electrical sockets Dangerous window fill heights
Parking, View from public balcony, breakfast.
Poor mattress. Very noisy floorboards outside room. Poor lighting in room. You need to be a contortionist to switch on bedside lamps. Carpet stains.
View overlooking the water, Breakfast, and the little tubs of Marmite. Nice touch on leaving, when I was presented with a packet full of of the said little tubs by a friendly and bubbly .receptionist. Jeff Hickling
Quite pricey in comparison with another Hotel in Newquay I had stayed in, which had two swimming pools, a fitness suite, and an excellent evening dinner. No dinner was available that evening which was a disappointment.
Breakfast was good.
The doors were being locked at 22.30pm and we had a call at 22.00 to remind us. The wallpaper was pealing off the wall and the door needed a shoulder push in order to open it. The general feel was that the place would benefit of being redecorated and updated. At £60.00 for 1 night it didn't feel like a good deal.
Friendly staff, and the size of the room. the beds were very comfortable with lovely white cotton sheets and pillowcases and the towels were white and fluffy. With a bit of money spent on this hotel it would be excellent. Good breakfast with good choice and beautiful freshly brewed coffee.
The room was not that clean as the " nosey parker" on the vacuum cleaner had obviously not been used round the beds or chest of drawers. Bathroom definitely needs updating!.
Location was very good overlooking the Bristol Channel.
Hotel very tired and in need of a makeover. Beds uncomfortable, shower head broken.
very obliging friendly staff. Food inexpensive, good plain fare Beautiful patio over looking sea, Very relaxed atmosphere, home from home. Wi-fi available, reasonable parking space, gets full later in evening but other parking nearby streets.
Decor! also carpet in bathroom which didn't seem to be hoovered every day. Bar has limited range of non alcoholic drinks, but is relaxed about bringing your own alternatives.
Delay in serving breakfast
Very good value stay, breakfast was great, plenty of choice. Would definitely stay again.
I asked a member of staff to look at the television which wasn`t working properly. I was informed this would be done when somebody returned to the hotel. It didn`t seem important to the staff member and I wasn`t surprised when no repair took place. No one bothered to let me know why!!
Your staff were very helpful, polite and food was fine for price, though again could be up dated, to standers that in this day and age would be more appropriate, really you should get with the times, we are in 2014 now, not back in the sixties, times have moved on and people expect much more from a hotel, you really need to up grade in many- many ways; a little few tweak's here and there would not go amiss, your staff though in general did all they could do under the circumstances; perhaps you should get in touch with the program 'Hotel Inspector' She might be able to offer you some very good advice, and please think about having a lift installed it is not the dark ages and a few properly trained reception staff, with a little decorum and intelligence please.
Think most of that is included in previous section, though really truly; you do need to up grade you facilities and rooms especially, they are shabby and out of date by anyone's standards, you are not offering accommodation to gypsy traveller's, or the homeless, how you expect people to recommend you, or return; you must be really living on another planet, or back in the sixties as I mentioned before, some of your furnishings and linen, plus bad décor shabby fixtures and fittings, your un kempt patio area, would not be out of place in 'Faulty Towers', nor your reception skills. I think my true words says it all, my friend will not be returning to stay in the past, next time Bristol and real accommodation, suitable for present day travellers, really you have a nerve.
It was good as a base to see our friends - with good breakfast and great views over the water.
It is an older style hotel - and the shower was not so great. But we expected that
The room smelt musty, the duvet smelt like it hadn't been washed for yrs. The T.V was so small you needed a pair of binoculars to watch it! The lady cleaning the breakfast tables was using what looked like a very dirty cloth!
The room was clean, including en-suite bathroom, and everything worked. Great view of the Bristol channel from the outdoor balcony. The full English breakfast was hot, plenty of bread available. The staff were helpful and when we checked out we were able to leave our car on the front till 5:30 pm as we went on a trip on the Waverley from the pier.
The building is old which was not a problem for us, but if you like modern accommodation, probably not for you. Parking could be an issue if the hotel is full
Very comfortable bed, the room was facing the sea, so you could hear the waves gently lapping the shore to send you to sleep. Plenty of birdwatching (birds not ladies!) from the room too. Breakfast was excellent, with a massive choice of options to suit all needs.
Having to park on the street. (But then I was late getting there!)
The staff were very friendly & helpful. Beds were comfortable & rooms clean. Convenient parking. Nice sea view rooms. Definitely value for money
From the outside not the most attractive looking building which could put people off.
Amiable, cheerful, helpful Staff; excellent outlook from room; good breakfast; convenience of parking; patio over-looking sea.
The receptionist and breakfast
Very dated, terribly uncomfortable worn out bed, carpet in bathroom, no hot water pressure to enable even a quick shower, IKEA canvas wardrobe, smell of smoke in the room, cigarette ash in the window frame, dead flies all over window, rotten patio furniture, over flowing ash trays full of water. Unfortunately this is typical of a hotel which couldn't afford to update as it would never recover it's investment.
Bus stop across from hotel ideal to travel to Weston supermare. Old building but good size room with expected facilities. Bathroom small and basic. Overall clean. Initial reception by front staff was poor but friendliness of staff did improve. Breakfast was good. Hotel was a bit out of the way with nothing around - not suitable for people with walking difficulties. Lack of entertainment - not suitable for young families. You do need a car to get around. Stayed 2 nights and was pleased with room hotel overall but would not stay longer.
Initial receptionist greeting was poor. Very basic reception area. Very limited choice menu if you wanted to eat at hotel. Small bar with TV - that was the entertainment.
The staff were extremly polite,friendly and helpful. Our room had the best view and was lovely and quiet. Breakfast was more than satisfying.Locals were very friendly. Ozzey the Cabbie was a godsend!
Bus to Bristol didnt show on time, bit annoying when they only run hourly. Guess you have to put up with these things when staying in the suburbs.
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