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A hotel with history, from priestholes that lead to the church accross the street, to the private office of Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
This building is in the process of a long-term restoration while also perfectly keeping up with demand as a local hotel.
Stayed in the hotel on Business.
Rooms are located at the rear of the main property in another building requiring another key.
Room seemed pleasant enough with well presented decor. Bathroom basic and warnings present about the period “wonky flooring”.
Sadly in a period building...More
We arrived at 2 to the place all locked up with a notice saying check in closed till 3:30. Not too bad as there’s a nice Wetherspoons a short walk away.
Our room was very different from the picture on the website. Very dated with...More
Small cramped room bathroom very dated the whole place feels outdated cold and very, very dull. Very noisy road right outside our window. Breakfast practically non existent - given to you in packets. Host jovial but would avoid this kind of dated poor value establishment...More
From the outside this hotel looks a mixture of buildings, inside it makes sense as it's a historic row of buildings dating from the 12th century. As a keen historian staying in this type of establishment is like all your birthdays in one occasion. It's...More
US$77 - US$104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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