BEST WESTERN Cliffe Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Cliffe Hotel Bath
Travel Blogs from Bath
I waited around in the airport for about 5 hours until I boarded my final flight. When I got on, it was extremely quiet, I had a row to myself, as well as the rows surrounding me! The flight was so quiet, it was easy to sleep as everyone had a row to lie down on. I watched a few films, had some naps and are the food and drink that was brought to me. It may have been ...
... and up the hill. I began to see the top of a tall tower above me from the top of the hill. Once on top of the tor the only structure in sight was this lone bell tower. You could see the top of the fog and the blue sky above it making it look like we were high above the clouds. The bell tower used to be a part of a church until the church was shaken down by an earthquake with only the bell tower remaining. The archway into the bell tower ...
... used for filming movies like Harry Potter and period pieces like Pride and Prejudice and Downton Abbey. Lots of narrow streets and thatched roofs. We also saw an example of one of eight large white horses etched on the side of a hill in the area. No one knows who did them or why. Weird.
On returning to Bath, took a wine break and then headed out to Nona's for pizza and pasta. Tomorrow is our last day before heading ...
... when you could literally drive right past the circle, park and walk in between the stones. We were so lucky that we were able to jump aboard another bus heading back - as we were prepared to take the standing room only offer! We then found a nearby pub for lunch - even though it was by now 4:00 p.m. After a quick bite we then pressed on to Salisbury, fortunately Helen knew a good spot to find parking and we were so lucky to get to the ...
... date back to the year 785AD with the current cathedral being restored in the 1600s after it laid in ruins for over 70 years after being damaged during the dissolution of monasteries which was ordered by King Henry VIII. There are areas where you can actually see pillars from the Norman era church under the floor. Another interesting fact we learnt was that in 973AD the first King of all of England, King Edgar, was crowned at this site and ...