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87% would recommend it to a friend
Pleasant Bristol stay
The host was amiable and made us feel welcome.
The full English breakfast was very good. The room was tidy and clean but unfortunately the hotel seemed very much in need of redecoration and minor repairs. Reasonable value for money, would stay again
Very friendly & welcoming.
Asked for an extra pillow, no problem. Shower not working, fixed no problem. Lovely breakfast. Room a bit dated and could have been a bit cleaner, lots of hair in the bath plughole & a bit dusty, but towels & bed linen were clean & fresh & in good condition. Bus stops right outside to get into Bath or Bristol so very convenient.
Will stay again
The only negative feedback I have is that the room that I stayed in, could have done with thicker curtains.
The room was on the front of the house and the street lighting kept me awake. Everything else was very, very good.
Comfortable & Clean
Whilst clean and comfortable the room and en-suite was very tired and could do with a 'face lift' Breakfast was very good and plentiful.
Value for money.
Comfy bed, clean room.
En suite a little 'compact'!
hotel very accommodating and perfect for what we needed it for.
I always stay at the A4 hotel in Bristol when visiting my son.
It is convenient, clean and welcoming, and I usually have a double room even when booking a single. Very nice owners.
Value for money in Bristol.
Very clean with everything needed from a traditional guest house.
Only down side was a bit of difficulty finding rear car park. Nice breakfast with a good selection in a pretty, airy dining room. Yes it was slightly dated but so clean it really didn't matter. We had a room at the back, no view but I think road noise would have been an issue if we'd had been at the front. Would stay here again.
Another satisfactory stay
I have stayed at this hotel two or three times previously, which kind of says it all.
It is a reasonable hotel for an average price - certainly no frills but no unnecessary costs either, so suits me. A pleasant and accommodating owner who takes an interest in you and your comments. I'm not sure if it actually qualifies as an hotel as I'm not convinced there is the option of dinner, so it may be simply a BnB but that doesn't bother me for my stay. As with many hotels of this age it creaks and groans and the fixtures and fittings seem to have been designed for a different room, either that or the room was designed for a different purpose so it is intriguing to see how it has "evolved". Regardless, breakfast inc. cereals, juice, fruit, full cooked, toast, tea/coffee and I'm sure specific requests would be willingly met (poached, scrambled, porridge etc). Parking can be awkward - I have a van so struggle more than most but have always managed. I walk to Temple Meads from here but confess to a taxi back, so its proximity is good for me. Not much choice for dinner nearby that I know of - independent Indian 5 mins down the hill and Hungry Horse 1 min up the hill; I have eaten in both but the Hungry Horse is little more than a Spoons/Harvester so nothing I can recommend and the Indian is run-of-the-mill.