I have no complaints about the stay here or the food that we ate.
We stayed in the annexe. Our room was clean, tidy and comfortable.We had a king size bed and two sofas in the room, dressing table,chair, desk and beverage tray. We had a large walk-in shower. The T.V was probably a 15 inch screen, but more than adequate, for the amount of time we were to spend in the room. In short absolutely nothing wrong with the room at all.
Only criticism.. the lack of water glasses in the room...even the Travel Lodge provides them !!
We felt that the bar lacked atmosphere, and was not designed to be comfortable, just a younger persons 'hang out' area ......but that is down to personal taste. We found the barman chatty and pleasant. We only used the bar once.
We found that all the staff were polite and approachable and did their best to please.
Dinner. My husband and I have a varied palate and will try most things...so the menu was fine for us.
I had makeral pate and toast..delicious. Hubby had Pork rillettes which he enjoyed.
Followed by slow cooked belly pork and beans... also good. Hubby Wiltshire ham, egg and chips. He enjoyed it, but would have preferred one thicker slice of ham instead of two thin slices...
We both had pear belle helen........fab.
All our food was tasty and served at the correct temperatures.
My brother is quite fussy and plain eater...I suspect that he would have struggled with the food on offer
Breakfast was a choice of juices,fresh fruit, yogurts, cerials, toast,plus a choice of boiled eggs, poached eggs with crumpets, kippers and various combinations of similar types of offerings to order.
If you wanted an 'eat as much as you can' buffet style breakfast...it was obvious from the outset that it was not going to happen...just not that type of hotel.
There was more than enough to eat for breakfast, and again all cooked as it should have been.
We had booked via the internet 2 nights dbb deal.
After reading some of the commenst on this site..I was actually dreading visiting the Rudloe Arms.
I thought that I had visited a different hotel. Honestly we found nothing to complain about (not that we go anywhere to find fault) There is nothing wrong with this hotel or the food, and was excellent value for
This hotel is on the bus route into Bath and we had a great day out around the Christmas market without the hassle of trying to park etc.
We would use this hotel again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Perfect food and incredible, caring staff where "nothing is too much trouble" is what makes this truly unique and boutique English country house no. 1 in the area. With stunning views overlooking the World Heritage Roman city of Bath, in 15 acres of gardens, Croquet and a 9 hole practice golf course, you'll be spoiled indeed! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Rudloe Hall Corsham
- Hotel Rudloe Hall
- Rudloe Arms Corsham, Wiltshire