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Bailbrook Lodge
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Reviewed April 18, 2012

We found the service excellent, the staff very accomodating and couldn't do enough to make our visit such an enjoyable experience. The breakfast was delicious - options included continental and cooked english breakfast -with Champagne to make it special!. It was a real treat for us -mother of the bride, bride to be and bridesmaid - more than happy to recommend to family and friends for another visit - we hope to be able to return soon. They made good recommendations for local restaurants and the sister hotel in Bath itself was perfect for having coffee & cake following our visit to the Spa.

Room Tip: The higher floor room had less noise disturbance from other arriving visitors.
  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Julie M
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Reviewed April 18, 2012

I was leading a party of nine including young children and we all come from Australia. We found the Lodge to be casual and friendly. The small staff made us welcome and gave the wonderful impression that we were guests rather room hirers. We had trouble finding it as you tend to go to the nearby hotel and be redirected to the Lodge which is where us lesser mortals stay.

The rooms were full of atmosphere and generous and althouth the lounge and dining room are small they are in proportion to the number of quests and add to the B&B feel.

Location was good for us as we were driving and wanted not only to see Bath - which is not in walking distance if you are pushing a stroller - and Stonehenge.

We loved the four poster beds which were enormous and the selection of hot drinks available in the room well exceeded the usual Nescafe and teabags.

Room Tip: The Garden Suite was ideal for the couple with young children but was a bit pricey being virtually two whole rooms.
  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with family
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Thank rogerl044
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Reviewed April 15, 2012

After staying at the Bailbrook lodge on the 8th April, we were very disappointed, we felt the attention to detail was missing, we arrived at the hotel early, and were told our room was ready so we could check in, we were taken to the crossman room, it was very small and pokey, and very much over crowded with small tables and two chairs. The door to the room was difficult to get out of as a chair was in the way, there was also a further chair next to the wash basin which was in the bedroom, which hid the towel rail, which meant when you washed your hands you dripped water all over the chair. There was no soap on the wash basin, so how you were to wash your hands I am not too sure. There was a small table with tea & coffee making things on, the only problem being it was crowded with 2 glasses a bottle of water, a dish with fruit in, which were green and moldy, plus a lamp and mirror. The bathroom door could only be opened slightly as it hit the end of the bed, on entering the bathroom which was very small, we found it to need a good clean, it was very dusty on the skirting boards and you could have written your name on top of the bin, the door near the handle was also very dirty, the shower was very small with a large overhead shower, which would have been fine if you want to wash your hair each time you shower, the cubicle was so small you could not move to one side to avoid it, and I can assure you we are not big people.
On booking my husband had booked a twin room by mistake, I did say joking on check in that he had better not sore all night as I was not getting in and out of bed to nudge him, no worries there the beds were so close you could not have put a piece of paper between them, not a problem for us but a little close for comfort if perhaps you were sharing the room with a friend.
The following morning we went for breakfast, we were asked if we wanted to order a cooked breakfast, so we said 2 full english assuming this was all that was available, we later noticed other guests eating smoked salmon and scrambled eggs etc, it would have been nice to have had a menu on the table. I also felt the baked beans and the sausage were of poor quality.
I would like to mention that the room was nicely decorated and that the bedding was crisp and white, and the bed comfortable, but sorry to say they need to up their game in other areas.

Room Tip: Avoid the Crossman room very small
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank DonnaNottingham
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1india, Manager at Bailbrook Lodge, responded to this reviewResponded April 21, 2012

Thank you for staying with us at Bailbrook Lodge. I’m sorry you felt the room was too small. We do have five very large Four Poster rooms all with garden views. May I suggest on your next visit you reserve one of these. There is no excuse for dust and I apologise for that. Our sausages are from the local butcher, they have been in business for 94 years. All sausages are handmade and I can assure you we only purchase the best that money can buy. The baked beans are Heinz. Hopefully you will re-visit Bath and stay with us.

Kind regards

Daniel Tebbutt
General Manager

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Reviewed April 14, 2012

My wife and I stayed here late March for four days and thoroughly enjoyed our visit. All of the staff were very friendly and efficient. We stayed on top floor, the room wasn't huge but more than adequate. What a pleasure to get biscuits, fresh fruit and free bottled water in the room.....each day!
It was comfortable and clean and well equiped (don't forget this is a B&B).
The breakfasts were equal to, and better than some, 4star hotels we have stay in! Proper table covers with matching linen napkins, loose tea in pots at table (not cheap bags). My personal favourite was the fresh fruit salads every morning (different each day). Plenty of cereals, porridge etc, and of course that lovely full english!!! If that isn't enough....a big bowl of fresh fruit for guests in the foyer!
All in all, a lovely old building run by genuine staff who go out of their way to help or please their guests.
Well done and a big thank you to Rachael and Daniel.
We (Kay & Trevor) will be back to visit Bath again and we look forward to staying at Bailbrook Lodge with you guys again.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Trevor H
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Reviewed April 7, 2012

Excellent four poster room with twin room attached for 5 year old, very spacious and comfortable, the hotel manager Dan was fabulous! Nothing was too much trouble, he was a absolute credit to the company, breakfast was lovely with non cheap products, the whole experience was a perfect break and I would highly recommend.

Room Tip: Garden suite is excellent, we normally go out in a evening, the room was so comfortable and having a 5 year old we just stayed in, bottle of champagne and had food delivered. Very special
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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