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Very helpful staff. All requests dealt with quickly and efficiently. Easy to relax
Access to local town for visiting family and ease of location to and from motorway.
Shower pressure very poor,cost of room for size and facilities was over priced. We will be staying there at the end of August for a wedding reception so will see if there is any improvement/difference with the double rooms as we stayed in a twin room.
Excellent breakfast Good location for trains to Wembley
A very pleasant & relaxed atmosphere with genuinely welcoming staff.
Some of the decoration looked a little tired and the seating in the lounge bar could have been more comfortable. Otherwise, first rate.
This hotel was perfect for me, it immediately changed me from tense to relaxed, wether it was the polite and friendly staff or the option of a morning swim I don't know. The roomwas perfect and comfortable with easy to use facilities.
Bellhouse is a characterful, spacious rambling house with comfortable accommodation. It is located in a glorious, quiet and very secluded setting, with plenty of opportunities for long walks. The boundaries of the garden and woodland abut Woodchester Park, owned by the National Trust, and from the house it is possible to walk for miles without crossing a road, hearing a car or seeing more than a handful of people. Wildlife abounds around the five ornamental lakes which run through the Park. The Cotswold Way passes nearby. The house itself forms the south-west wing of Woodchester Park House, a Grade II listed building. It dates back to the 1860's and retains many original features. Bellhouse's garden is both attractive and private. A courtyard and a further patio area provide sun traps for outdoor sitting and eating. A large lawn surrounded by mature shrubs and trees is perfect for children's games. The garden is also enjoyed by foxes and badgers, the badgers are often spotted at dusk when they come for peanuts! This holiday cottage at a glance Sleeps eight guests. Ground floor twin bedroom. Three further bedrooms on first floor. Bathrooms with bath and separate shower on both ground and first floor. Further en-suite bathroom on first floor. Wood burning stoves in both the sitting room and dining room. Access to gardens and parkland. Two ponds can be found within the grounds. Please ensure children are supervised as they are separated off by a low fence. On-site parking. Sorry, no pets. WiFi. Minimum of a two night stay. Additional features Grade II listed building with terrace and walled courtyard garden. An abundance of wildlife. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine & tumble dryer. Satellite TV & DVD player. Two travel cots and two high chairs available on request. Attractions and nearby amenities A short drive away is the delicious deli and unforgettable bakery in Nailsworth. The popular Rose and Crown pub in Nympsfield is approximately 20 minutes walk. Go and explore the abundance of walks on offer through the magical woodland and parkland of Woodchester Park, Nympsfield. For racing enthusiasts, visit Cheltenham Racecourse Prestbury Park, one of Europe's top racecourses, hosting the three day Open Meeting in November and the four day Festival in March. Badminton Horse Trials, Badminton, Glos. Norman home of the Berkeley family since 1153, enjoy a wonderful day out at Berkeley Castle. Come and explore Cotswold Water Park, with loads of lakes offering watersports, fishing, birdwatching, a beach, cycling and much more. Bristol Gliding Club, Nympsfield For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.
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