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... parts of Harry Potter filmed here, as are other films/TV, so the householders cannot have TV aerials - Abbey dates back to 1282 - dinner at The Red Lion Warm day - 23 degrees (felt warmer) Trivia: * New business idea....Not a B&B but a W&C (wine and cheese) - provide the guests with 5 o'clock drinks and nibbles, not breakfast...just an idea! * "dessert" is called "pudding" on many menus we've ...
... usually) every now and then, that the lorry drivers seem to frequent Oxford (Oxfordshire): * first impressions....more imposing buildings and houses than "the other place" and wider streets * saw local buses going to Abingdon (suburb of Oxford) Left Oxford (A4144); travelling through The Midlands; A420, M4 Entered The Cotswolds Some of the villages - Tiddlywinks, ...
... to shout, and after a few more meters the shout became a screen "I warned you yesterday, you obviously thing you know better, but you don't, so it's time you knew who's the boss" At the lunch stop I opted for the drastic measure of taking an SIS Recovery drink, followed by a small nap. Some thing did the trick as I felt a little stronger. The ice cream at Wells went down a treat. Grahams top tip for the day is a bit of a ...
... Stonehenge's purpose is but archaeologists have dated some of the stones from 2500 BC in South Wales, some 150 miles away. How people moved the stones that far 4500 is anyone's guess. While Stonehenge was overrun with visitors, our next stop was not. Avebury is a town that was built in the middle of an enormous stone circle. There were few tourists, no admission fee, and ...
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A friendly family hotel with swimming pool and easy parking near the center of Bath. We were very happy with the accommodation and service and considered the room rate most acceptable.
Made to feel very welcome, great value for money
We recently spent a long weekend in the wonderful city of Bath. Having read mixed reviews on Trip Advisor we decided to give the Ashely Hotel a try.
We found all the staff to be very freindly and our room was recently refurbished and so very clean, tidy and a reasonable size.
The outdoor swimming pool was heated so even though the weather was not great we could still have a swim which was very nice.
Good location with only a 20 minute stroll into the city centre past Royal Victoria Park and The Royal Crescent.
Also plenty of local shops, pubs and restaurants nearby which was very convenient.
Would certainly recommend, good value for money.
We stayed in a family room for 2 nights. It was the most expensive hotel room I've ever booked £140/night for 2 adults and 2 kids - and it was the worst I've stayed in EVER. Very small room, uncomfortable bed, tiny tv, sparsely furnished, no atmosphere, not ideally located - very, very, very poor value for money.
Nice bathroom and breakfast
Stayed Feb 7th 2005, one night only. Room cold on arrival, had to put heating on and eventually it warmed up. Room very nice, bed comfy, bathroom above average. Breakfast excellent. Decor in main areas gaudy but pleasant in bedroom, bathroom. Good parking. Sure it would be nicer in Summer with swimming pool open also. Would recommend.
it was ok but we were pretty disapointed. we also saw their website before we booked and thought it would be great, then our room was nothing like any of the pictures - really small, bad bathroom, pretty much like the other unhappy customer discribed. i don't think he or she is exaggerating like the manager said, it was pretty bad considering what we paid for the room and becasue we were expecting a really nice room like on the website. i agree also the room we got it was really bad value. we happened to be staying there with a friend and his wife who were in another room, and their room was really nice BUT we were charged the same price for the bad room!!! my wife actually complained when we checked out and that's when the man told her only some of them were renovated and then said "but didn't you see your friends room? wasn't it really nice?". but why should we pay the same for a bad room as they did for a good one?? so the problem with this hotel is some of the rooms are renovated and some are not, but they only show you pictures of the good renovated rooms and then charge you the same for the bad unrenovated rooms. this is quite dishonest advertising. even tho our friends room was nice i wouldn't go back even if they promised we'd get one of the nice rooms because i feel we were ripped off the first time we visited.
A welcoming hotel
A very friendly and welcoming hotel to spend a stay in the beautiful city of Bath.Jette and Ahley Baker and their family provided a superb stay over for us and gave us an earlier than prefered (but needed!)breakfast on a Sunday morning!
Many thanks again from the Grace family in Effingham,nr Epsom Surrey.
The most crappy, overpriced hotel I have ever stayed in.
What a find
What a wonderful place. We especially enjoyed the room,so tastefully furnished and the breakfasts were just amazing.
The Hosts, Jette and Ashley were extremely welcoming and so helpful. We will definitely recommend this wonderful place and already planning our trip there for next year