- Very Good
- 2 guest reviews
"Good clean accommodation for basic B&B requirements...."
"The owners Guy and Ellie are very warm and welcoming, I was lucky enough to be upgraded to a double from a single, which was lovely. The roo..."
About the hotel
Set in its own picturesque grounds this guest house offers 9 en-suite rooms together with a meeting room and large conservatory. All rooms have been thoughtfully refurbished to a high standard to provide excellent facilities and offer tea and coffee, colour television, radio, hair dryer and trouser press. There is ample on-site free car parking.
Our location one mile to the east of Chipping Sodbury on the A432 is just 3 miles from the M4 junction 18. Our friendly staff are here to ensure your visit is enjoyable and to respond to and offer assistance whenever possible. Good eating places nearby, some within an easy walk.
- In Room Entertainment
- Ground floor bedrooms
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- Up to 8 years old
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Sodbury House Hotel
Good clean accommodation for basic B&B requirements.
Best sleep I've had in ages
The owners Guy and Ellie are very warm and welcoming, I was lucky enough to be upgraded to a double from a single, which was lovely.
The room had a few cobwebs and a few stray hairs in the bath plughole, but these are very minor things compared with the warm service, comfy bed, warm cosy room and great breakfast, I was even offered some wellies so I could walk around the grounds. It was actually the best nights sleep I'd had in ages. I've already recommended to local friends. A friend with his children aged 7 and 3 also stayed the same night and Guy and Ellie were very welcoming to them as well and there was a trampoline in the garden, but it was too wet for them to use.