- Very Good
- 16 guest reviews
"The Welcome was warm and friendly. Taken to our room personally by the landlord. The room itself lovely and bath to die for which I loved an..."
"The email confirmation we received from Laterooms said there was onsite parking but when we arrived the entrance was on a very narrow one wa..."
"Really warm welcome staff couldn't have been better, the room was clean just a bit dusty and more attention should have been paid to the bat..."
"The Archangel was recommended by a Frome local and also a customer of mine which I welcomed and booked accordingly. Situated in the centre o..."
"Great location, lots of character, friendly and helpful staff. Food disappointing both in the restaurant and at breakfast...."
About the hotel
First recorded as an Inn in the 14th century, the Archangel has an excellent reputation for its vibrant atmosphere, warm hospitality, top quality cuisine and quirky yet first-class accommodations. The ten bedrooms are decorated in deep, rich purples and golds and include luxurious details such as sumptuous velvet curtains, zinc roll-top bathtubs and gold Florentine headboards. Facilities include flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and Branche d'Olive toiletries.
The restaurant is built into a centuries old hay barn adjacent the main house. Ancient stone walls are simply whitewashed and embrace a free-floating glass mezzanine cube. The Archangel serves top quality food using the finest locally sourced ingredients and the stylish bar gives a buzzy atmosphere offering the finest local ales and original cocktails. The Archangel is located right in the centre of Frome, a historic market town with cobbled streets. Bath is only 25-minute drive from the Archangel. ' There are Pay and Display car parks within walking distance in the town centre which offer free parking after 6pm.
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81% would recommend it to a friend
FROME more like Rome
The Welcome was warm and friendly.
Taken to our room personally by the landlord. The room itself lovely and bath to die for which I loved and used both nights. A tad unpractical for wanting a quick shower. I loved the fact there were a lot of original features to the building but of course that comes with very creeky floorboards. the room could also have done with a dust other than that very very clean. Food was amazing ate in the courtyard with lovely surrounding. The bar and restaurant was lovely too. Good variety and value for money. And breakfast was fresh and filling.
There is no customer csr park so must pay in the local car park.
The email confirmation we received from Laterooms said there was onsite parking but when we arrived the entrance was on a very narrow one way street with no sign of parking.
We arrived early evening but the reception seems to be unmanned at this time so you have to go to the bar to be seen. This was problematic as we were driving around and ringing and no-one answered the phone, over a 30 minute time period. This meant we had to pull over and run into the hotel to ask where the car park was, and then none of the staff we spoke to seemed to be very sure themselves and gave very vague directions. We were finally told there actually wasn't any onsite parking but there was a car park round the corner that was free until 9am, and then you had to pay. I just felt that it was slightly misleading and also that at the very least the staff should be able to tell you where to go. I was also surprised there did't seem to be any reception cover. Having said all of this, the staff were all very nice and I couldn't fault them for friendliness. The room was well done and looked great but we were overlooking a flat roof and a car park so the curtains had been fixed shut, which made it feel very dark. The car park we were next to turned out to be staff entrance for the Iceland behind, and at 7am we were woken by delivery lorries and staff arriving, who then sat under our window chatting loudly while they waited to go in. All in all, it was a decent enough room and the staff were friendly but I do feel that it was slightly overpriced for what it was.