Only stayed the one night but found Cranleigh a good place to rest very weary legs after an afternoon spent trawling the Christmas Markets.
Didn't use the carpark as there was a spacve right outside on the road.
We were shown to a huge twin/double room in the front of the house, no problem with traffic noise over night, with an equally huge en suite bathroom.
Walked into town, approx. 25 mins down hill all the way but the park and ride is only a very short drive away and at £3.20 pp for the day, proved excellent value.
We slept like logs on our return and were sent on our way for round two in the City Centre on a lovely hot freshly cooked breakfast.
Shame the separate shower in the bathroom was on the small side as there's plenty of room for a larger one but having said that, wouldn't hesitate to stay again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Denise, Colin & Tim welcomes you to Cranleigh, Bath our tastefully restored Victorian styled home. Offering a friendly & informal atmosphere with plenty of local information and advice on tap. Located in the quiet suburb of Newbridge with easy access to the city centre and on-site & on street parking available free of charge. Range of individually styled and well equipped with Free Wireless Internet in all guest rooms, Fantastic Breakfasts. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cranleigh Hotel Bath