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Best Western Henbury Lodge Hotel offers both the business person and the leisure guest a country house hotel atmosphere within the city of Bristol with ample parking within the hotel grounds. This listed Georgian House (the original building dating from 1600) offers 22 comfortable bedrooms shared between the main house and the stable block. Our elegant dining room provides an agreeable and relaxing atmosphere to enjoy a range of dishes using a variety of fresh, carefully selected local, seasonal produce. Dinner may be taken in the Blaise restaurant, in front of the fire in our cozy bar, or on ...More details
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Reviewed 29 november, 2021
I found this hotel extremely good. Has plenty of parking, lovely building, well-situated, excellent staff and the food was lovely. Bedrooms are well decorated and very comfortable. Definitely recommend and will stay again.
Reviewed 16 november, 2021
We usually stay at Berwick Lodge but they were closed in November and recommended this place so we it gave it a go........ wish we hadn't . Firstly all the staff were very pleasant and the breakfast was very good ( but last orders for 9am so no lie in........if that were possible ( see reference to traffic ).BUT The Lodge is run down and has a strong smell of cooking oil as you enter. Our room was large but needed some TLC. It took an age for hot water to appear and a tip the radiators are turned off so at this time of year you may wish to turn them on if you book. The floor in the room had more creaks than the Kent countryside any one below us must have thought ' Caspar' had moved in. Only two pillows provided but two more appeared on request.There is a roundabout right outside and it is a very busy road. If you cannot sleep through traffic noise this place is not for you. We woke at 4am and could not get back to sleep. We were on the third floor ( stairs only ) and in our late 60's no offer of help with our bags. Going up three flights gave us the opportunity to see the other floors ..A lick of paint would not go amiss.The restaurant was shut. We were a little surprised that when we mentioned there was no bottled water in the room we had to buy two at a cost of £3.40 . This is usually a complimentary service and at this price a rip off. There is parking but if driving a 4x4 be careful going through the gates. We decided that this hotel was recommended by Berwick Lodge to ensure we return to them! This place really does not reflect the Best in Western.
Wedding stay overnight
Reviewed 14 november, 2021
Pleasantly surprised. Read all the reviews, including the negative one, which I thought was ridiculous before I even went there!. Outside faded charm but read the history of the property and understood. Rooms lovely and well converted and bathrooms well modern and clean. We were in room 5 lovely and big. People really friendly. Really recommend
Twin daughters 50th celebration party
Reviewed 3 november, 2021
Brilliant hotel, great rooms, fab food, helpful staff, beautiful setting what more could you ask for? Very attentive helpful staff, rooms very well equipped and clean, imaginative food served for vegetarians, our party thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience which included overnight stay, many thanks
Nice country house style hotel but located close to the city which is easily reachable
Reviewed 25 october, 2021
Stayed here for two nights. Nice country style hotel, set off a busy road but with no real road noise issues. The rooms were spacious and clean. Could do with a bit of updating decor wise, here and there but currently if feels right for a 200 year old building. Bathroom shower was super effective and immediately hot. Bathrooms have recently been modernised. Parking for large cars might be a challenge at busy times and as far as I can see there is no lift. The staff were very helpful and engaging. Saw critism in other posts of the cost of drinks but I thought it was ok. Ate in on the first night and was expecting the worst, as the hotel seems to cater for hotel guests only and with 20 rooms, I thought it would be unlikely to excel. Proven wrong, the food was well prepared and plentiful and there was a very decent choice of wines. The breakfast needs to be ordered in advance and was also very well prepared and served. The hotel is situated in a Bristol suburb and Henbury is not the first choice for people who know the city. But it has pleasant gardens, Blaise Castle and John Nash's Blaise Hamlet close by. The bus stop opposite will take you into Bristol city Centre in 25 minutes. What's not to like?