- Very Good
- 44 guest reviews
"This was without doubt the noisiest hotel I have ever stayed at and I have stayed in Kabul, Baghdad and Basrah! Our room, which was single-g..."
"Stayed for one night only to attend family wedding in Bath. Had lunch on arrival which was good quality food and plentiful. Stairs and hallw..."
"A very warm welcome, quick show around what's what. Cooked breakfast was fab, good choice fruit/cereals, quick service. Staff were lovely. W..."
"I was very impressed with my room it was very clean, new furniture, bedlinen was fresh, white, beautifully laundered and the bed was very co..."
"We were made to feel very welcome...."
About the hotel
Built in the 18th century, The Radstock Hotel is a traditional coaching inn close to Bath and Bristol Airport. There are 11 delightful ensuite bedrooms that come fully equipped with a seating area, TV, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities. Guests can dine in the lounge bar and restaurant, which offers traditional meals and Sunday carverys.
The bar also has free Wi-Fi access, a pool table and a Skittle alley. The Radstock Hotel has a large car park and is close to the M4. Radstock is a market and mining town, just a 20-minute drive from the Georgian city of Bath famous for its stunning architecture, roman baths and superb shopping, alternatively 30minutes away is cosmopolitan Bristol.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- Parking (charges may apply)
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant , Bar
- In room entertainment
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room , Hairdryer in each room , Iron And Board In Each Room
Useful Info Show/hide
- From 14:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- 14/03/2012 to 31/03/2021 - Cards used to guarantee reservations only. Full payment will be charged upon arrival The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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86% would recommend it to a friend
A Bad Night's Sleep
This was without doubt the noisiest hotel I have ever stayed at and I have stayed in Kabul, Baghdad and Basrah.
Our room, which was single-glazed, was directly next to what must be one of the busiest road junctions in Somerset and even though our stay was a Saturday evening the traffic was relentless. Added to this the Pub's smoking area was directly below our window and the constant loud talking and foul language even out did the volume on the TV. In the early hours there were then two people who had been 'locked out' banging loudly on the front doors. On a positive note we were met in the morning at breakfast by the Chef who was a delightful young man who acknowledged that the noise was indeed a problem. He also cooked an excellent breakfast. All in all if you want a relaxing good night's sleep find somewhere else.
Major Improvements Definitely A Must
Upon arrival and walking into the public area, the bar had a few customers and there was only one person behind the bar.
There was no sign anywhere to indicate as to where hotel customers were to go to check in. After walking pass the bar twice, the lady behind the bar spoke up and said we had to wait at the end of the bar until she had finished serving. She was friendly, took our payment for the room, gave us our keys and took us to the staircase and told us we were on the second floor and left us to find our room on our own. The decor in the bar, the staircase, the corridor on the first floor was dark and dingy - definitely requires updating and re-decorating. This filled us with trepidation as to what to expect of our bedroom. When we finally reached the second floor and our room, we were.extremely relieved that it was clean and such a far cry from the rest of the premises. We had our dinner in the bar-restaurant seating area - much needed updating here too. Food was traditional pub grub fairly good but ridiculously enormous amount of chips. We could have shared one portion and still have leftovers. Breakfast the next morning was served in yet another part of the building - again here updating and re-decorating required. Food was average - would have liked to have some yoghurt and maybe some Danish to choose from - but all that was on offer was full English. All in all a very sorry looking pub with rooms above - definitely NOT what we would call a hotel. Radstock had only one other restaurant and such a pity that The Radstock Hotel has not taken the opportunity to offer a better class of service.