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88% would recommend it to a friend
a delightful discovery
A village location, this pub B&B has centuries of history, yet is very close to the city centre, with the spacious grounds of Ashton Court on it's doorstep.
The bedsheets were super smooth and cotton-crisp-fresh, with a wonderful deep traditional quilt. The bedrooms and bathroom were spotless and the decor simple. We were given a warm welcome on arrival and enjoyed a tasty and hearty full-English breakfast. With two important appointments over our stay, it was a pleasure to have a quality place to stay at a reasonable price too. We heartily recommend "The Angel Inn" and would choose to stay again.
The B&B is set in a lovely location and is centralized to many different attractions.
The accommodation is very clean and comfortable, and we had a very spacious room. We enjoyed seeing the Swifts and think that it is really good that they are allowed to continue to use the loft in the stable to nest. We would definitely return to stay here in the future and would highly recommend it.
Definitely will go there again
We were there on a course in the town centre one weekend and we decided to stay at the angel Inn.
Lovely place, quiet location, with a handful of locals having a few drinks. Room was clean and very comfortable. We had quite a few drinks in bar that evening and we had dinner (belly of pork was to die for!) Then bed time. Plenty of channels on telly, bed very comfortable- although quite short in length. ..that was the only down side, as my boyfriend is 6 ft and he had to curl up in bed and his bum nearly pushed me out of bed twice during the night... quick get up and go in the morning so didn't have time for breakfast...will go again the next time we stay the night for Bristol.
really nice very clean and friendly staff
Pretty, clean and cosy
We stayed in the big double room with en-suite.
Very clean, wonderfully comfortable. The staff were friendly and it was a great little escape in the country (right next to Ashton Court estate) but still really close to the city - only a 20 min cycle. Be sure to find the cycle path though. Could have had more fruit or options for the breakfast but otherwise a great stay.
Very comfy and friendly
My 5 yr old daughter and I stayed for 2 nights.
Our ensuite room was at the front of the inn and was enormous and very comfy. I thought it might be noisy being a pub on the main road but with the shutters shut it didn't bother us. There were a few rumbly buses but nothing too intrusive. We enjoyed playing dominoes in the bar and the history of the place - especially the gaol- fascinated us. The birds were very entertaining- we spent ages watching them flit in and out.
Thank you for a lovely stay.
We popped into Bristol for a ferry ride and a bit of culture- very easily done as the bus stop is outside and there are lots of buses. Cheap too.
Great example of a Pub with rooms.
Friendly, clean comfortable.
Good old world Inn, lots of character, very enjoyable stay.
parking on road - no car park
This is a lovely old building and the staff and the locals were friendly.
The food was good but, unfortunately, no-one warned us that evening meals were not served on Sundays. However, there is a choice of alternative eating places fairly near. Convenient bus access to Bristol with some services running on Sundays.