Beechfield House Hotel, Restaurant & Gardens
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeechfield House Hotel, Restaurant & Gardens Beanacre
The hotel was set in lovely grounds and the house was amazing!!
The rooms, the bar, the lounge, the pool area, the gardens were fabulous.
If you want a shower though make sure you ask for a room on the first floor (not the second) as pressure was a real problem
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... Unfortunately, something big must have been happening in Bath as we just could not find a hotel room. Bath will have to wait for another trip.
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... at Chepstow as our first leg is on National Express to London Victoria, then we hop on another coach to Dover via Canterbury.
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... and one could eat inside or sit at a table set in the garden. Very attractive. Cam and gelding drove down from Bath with their children to see us which was very nice of them. Had an early night as we wanted to leave early in morning to drive to Ilfracombe by tea ...
... we did that. As for the museum, we just couldn't go. You can't pay individually for an attraction, if you want to see one you have to pay for them all and that, my friends, is ****.
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