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3 Housefield Road Bentilee, Stoke-on-Trent ST2 0DA England
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#15 of 20 B&Bs / Inns in Stoke-on-Trent


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3 Housefield Road Bentilee, Stoke-on-Trent ST2 0DA England
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Tracy B wrote a review Jul 2021
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Stayed with my son, he immediately said he would feel safer sleeping in the car. I could fully understand his concerns as I also felt unnerved because of the location. When we arrived we had to double check we were at the right place as it was in the middle of a council estate ! The house inside was clean enough but our room was downstairs next to the kitchen. The stairs were noisy so we could hear everything. It was very warm too but we dare not have the window open due to the unerving feeling we had of the surrounding area. My son could not settle and said he would stay awake to keep us safe. I could not let him do this so had no option but to book us into a nearby Travelodge at 10.30pm. We'd already drove down from Yorkshire which took 3 hours. We could not wait to leave the area to be honest. I'm sorry if the hosts are trying their best but there's a limit to what is acceptable when people are paying money expecting somewhere safe and quiet to stay. There is no way you would want to go out and have a wander around the area. I even felt sorry for my car being outside by itself. I've given it a one star because there's nothing lower.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
AmblesideTweeny wrote a review Jan 2020
Lake District, United Kingdom34 contributions36 helpful votes
I booked here as I needed to get to Stoke urgently as my aunt was dying (a 3 hr drive for me) I did not realise the implication of a "Housestay"...does anybody? there would be no one to meet me on arrival which I assumed there would be. I arrived to find the building in pitch darkness with hardly any street lighting making the whole immediate area very creepy making me feel very unsafe, and to my absolute horror it is in the middle of a council housing estate, nothing wrong with a council estate if it is not in a deprived seriously problamatic area which this house is in. THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING IN THE DESCRIPTION TO SAY THE PROPERTY IS IN THE MIDDLE OF A COUNCIL ESTATE IN A VERY PROBLAMATIC AREA. I booked through Booking.com and had to pay the full amount of £144 up front (this should be a warning sign) I felt so intimidated and really quite scared I could not even get out of my car, there WAS NO TELEPHONE CONTACT ON THE INFORMATION ~ another warning sign, I then had to find alterntive accommodation for the night as my aunt lives in a tiny 1 bed flat. I managed to get in to Travelodgr and was able to connect to the internet to find that details of access had been emailed to me some time after the booking (not everyone can afford a phone with interent access!) The keys are in a locker on the outside of the house...how you are supposed to find this at a building that was in pitch darkness? I decided to go back the following morning to see exactly the situation of the house. MY WORST FEARS WERE CONFIRMED, SADLY THE AREA IS SERIOUSLY SOCIALLY DEPRIVED WITH RUN DOWN HOUSES AND GARDENS, I FELT EVEN MORE UNSAFE EVEN IN DAYLIGHT !!! My car is fairly new, so to leave it parked outside in the area of the house would have been unsafe to say the least. The previous night I experienced gangs of youths standing on street corners! Needless to say I felt so intimidated I was too scared to stay, knowing I would be coming and going from the accommodation in the dark I had to seek further alternative accommodation, whilst making arrangements to get my aunt into a hospice , where she subsequently died. Booking.Com asked the owner if they would make an exception on this occasion to give me a refund (the accommodation went back on the website the very next day) but this ruthless, heartless excuse of a human being would not. They got £144 for absolutely NOTHING !!! Despicable! DO NOT EVEN CONSIDER STAYING HERE
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Frequently Asked Questions about Housefield 1
Which popular attractions are close to Housefield 1?
Nearby attractions include Paralysis Escape Rooms (2.2 miles), Gladstone Pottery Museum (1.7 miles), and Escape Stoke (2.3 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Housefield 1?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Rabbit Hole Tea Room, The Slamwich Club, and The Red Lion Inn.
Are there any historical sites close to Housefield 1?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Ford Green Hall (3.5 miles), Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station (2.2 miles), and Old Meat Market (2.2 miles).