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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