Lovely welcome. Our room was in the basement, but all in all a lovely room. The fire exit however in the room, was blocked by the bed.
We arrived back after our evening out. As we got into bed, there was a loud tapping noise coming from the wall behind the bed, eventually it stopped, only to wake me on the hour, every hour during the night. I did report this the following morning, an apology of sort was given.
Breakfast cooked to order and top quality and service.
Had it not been for the tapping in the wall, i would have given 5 stars. All in all a comfortable pleasant stay
I stayed here for 3 nights, just got back. I got a very warm welcome, was given a map and told where and how to catch a bus to town. I walk with a stick, and was immediately offered a more suitable room.
The bed was very comfy, the room was spotlessly clean and the breakfast was fantastic. There is a bus stop opposite which takes you into town, with at least 2 very frequent buses - the fare is just £1! Coming back, there is a stop just past Tyndall Villa. I wouldn’t advise walking it, it’s up a very long, steep hill. It’s an excellent base for visiting Bath and the surrounding area. There is a bus that goes to Wells from the bus stop outside, but it takes 90 minutes.
There is also a pleasant sitting room - I didn’t use it but I would have if I’d not been out and about.
I very much enjoyed my stay and would definitely both stay there again, and recommend it to others.
Walking distance from the centre of Bath. Has car park so no need to worry about your car. The only negative was the walk back from the centre is all up hill but only £1 if you want to catch a bus.
Friendly and welcoming staff. Nice cozy room. Will definitely return.
After an early flight arriving into Bristol, we headed to Bath and turned up at the property at 10 am on the off chance that we could check in. As our room was ready, the lady who greeted us warmly, happily allowed us in.
Our triple room was downstairs, large and very clean with plenty of space for three adults.
It had two windows for natural light and fresh air. We were staying here in early October so temperatures were cool. Note from other reviews that suitability may change in the hot months.
There was no lift.
Bathroom was clean but a little small with no extractor. Shower ok. Just a mention, the basin taps worked in the opposite direction, which got us every time.
There was free parking on site, so with the car sorted, we walked into the city (about 10 minutes) and back (a good 25 minutes). The return walk was uphill, so if not so keen, the villa is on a bus route.
Able to walk to the many sites of interest located in the city, map kindly provided by the property.
At breakfast, a full English breakfast or Vegetarian option, range of cereals and spreads, nuts, fruit and yoghurt and fruit juices offered. Plunger coffee or tea to drink. Great service by the ladies doing breakfast.
Good WIFI. Tea and coffee with biscuits in room.
Good restful night’s sleep in a firm bed, a personal preference.
This B&B is ideally situated a liitle outside the centre of Bath.There is a busstop right outside with very frequent buses into the city. We parked at the B&B and didn't need the car again until we left. All the staff were friendly, helpful & welcoming. Our first room was in the basement: while it was attractive and spotlessly clean it was dark. ( I don't think it should be used as a bedroom. No-one wants a dark room with no view!) However, we were moved the next morning into a room on the first floor which was much better. Lots of space, clean and comfortable though the decor was a liitle tired. We understood from the staff that the B&B is due for closure at the end of the season for full upgrading and refurbishment. Cooked breakfasts were good, perhaps the continental option needs a bit of a rethink. Generally a lovely stay and would definitely warmly recommend