Hotels Near The Surma

0/50 Reviews
0.1km from The Surma
The Tivoli Bungalow is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. Visitors to Weston-Super-Mare will find that the Tivoli Bungalow is a fantastic accommodation choice. Penarth and Bristol Airport are located 17km and 18km away respectively. Famous local attractions Weston-Super-Mare Beach, Sups gym and The Playhouse Theatre, can all be reached with a short walk. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel. This Weston-Super-Mare hotel provides parking on site.
FromUS$196
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.27km from The Surma
Stayed here for one night on the way to Cornwall was a good choice for our needs we made a mistake and booked for the wrong day and the owner was very understanding changed the date and even kept the price the same when we had to have a family room as a double was not available for the new date. Check in was 12.30 which was fantastic as we were able to leave our luggage and visit the resort for the rest of the day. Very clean room parking at the rear and right opposite a lovely park which we visited before breakfast. Breakfast was excellent well presented and tasty served at nine but you can request if you want another time social distancing addeared to thank you would definitely recommend
FromUS$53
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.35km from The Surma
Booked to stay here very last minute as our holiday abroad had been cancelled the day before. Turned up and there was plenty of parking which is a bonus as we had suitcases. Check in was quick and simple. The hotel seems to have its old parts and then its new parts. We needless to say had booked a standard double which was situated in the old part no lift so had to drag cases up stairs. Got to the room which was decorated in a very ornate fashion but was clean and had everything you could ask for even a nice little heater to warm up the room - being October it was a little on the chilly side. Bathroom was large and had a separate shower and bath which is nice. Given the covid restrictions the service of the room was limited but we placed our clean up the room notice on the door and the clean was carried out. Which was a little surprising as we are not early risers and often didn't leave the room unitl noon so left the cleaners very little time. We didn;t have breakfast but the dinning room in which this was being taken was a bit like sitting in the corridor. Refurbishments are under way so hopefully this will be a little different if you visit. We tended to frequent the hotel bar CJ's the food here was of good quality and always tasty. Staff were helpful throughout the stay.
FromUS$61
3.9/510 Reviews
0.43km from The Surma
Opposite Weston Pier, The York Hotel has stunning sea views across the bay, and a chic wine bar for you to relax in. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the building, and Weston-super-Mare’s sandy beach is just metres away.Many rooms have panoramic views over the bay and the Victorian promenade, and all come with a TV. You can also relax with tea and coffee facilities in your room.The York has a stylish restaurant serving traditional home-cooked food in elegant surroundings. The menu changes regularly.A wide range of shops and restaurants can be reached in 5 minutes’ walk. The Odeon cinema is also a 5-minute walk from the building, and the nearby rail station is a 10-minute walk away.
FromUS$70
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.49km from The Surma
A cheerful hotel somehow standing strong against the elements blown in on gale force winds from the Atlantic on an almost daily basis. There are some rooms that are lovely and comfortable and some that need a bit of TLC and maintenance, so its pot luck where you’re allocated. Heating can be temperamental- the hotel has had general issues across entire floors, and in some rooms the heating doesn’t work at all. Thankfully the staff here are all absolutely wonderful and address any issues if you raise them. For cold rooms, they have portable oil filled radiators which they can bring up to your room if its too much to bear. Suspect the cold blowing in from the sea makes sea view rooms more susceptible to temperature issues. Watch out for any rooms around x04 or x05 and a few doors away as these are situated near the stairwell. If you’re a light sleeper you’ll be kept awake by the sound of folks truding up and downstairs. Particularly if the lifts break which they are prone to do every now and again. Generally found 3rd and 4th floor rooms are smarter and cleaner than 1st and 2nd. Some rooms are showing a bit of wear and tear - loose sockets, marks on carpet, marks on walls/ceilings. Nothing horrific - just minor superficial stuff that is noticeable but doesn’t necessarily affect your stay. Beds are just delightful. Well sprung, well proportioned, comfortable and warm. In some rooms there is no bedside shelf or table so I’ve had to drag the chair next to the bed to pop phone etc on. Stairwell carpets often very grubby - not surprising given the traffic these stairs see. Adjoining restaurant is a Brewers Fayre which offers average pub grub - always served very quickly, but lacking any finesse as a result. Breakfast is always lovely - bountiful supply and generally hearty and tasty. As mentioned the staff here are always really pleasant and obliging. A cracking group of folks who only ever want to help. The hotel just needs a bit of tarting up that’s all. Otherwise does the job in a great location.
FromUS$56
3.9/510 Reviews
0.62km from The Surma
Almost didn't get to stay here - as Marstons sent us an email the night before advising us all their properties would now be closed. However, half way through the day we received another email from the Old Colonial - As we were travelling for work - we could stay. The room was huge - and very clean, with a lovely view of the sea and pier. Decor was tired, but price reflected this. They still provided breakfast - and happily catered for vegetarians. - Arrived quickly and was delicious. Would definitely return - hopefully next time, we are working in the area, we would be able to use the restaurant and bar. Great hotel, with lovely friendly staff.
FromUS$58
4.1/5Very Good25 Reviews
0.65km from The Surma
Property Location When you stay at Richmond Hotel - Guest house in Weston-super-Mare, you'll be near the beach, within a 15-minute walk of The Grand Pier and Weston-super-Mare Town Hall. This guesthouse is 12 mi (19.3 km) from Clevedon Court and 15.2 mi (24.5 km) from Cheddar Gorge and Caves. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 15 guestrooms featuring DVD players and LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have bathtubs or showers and hair dryers. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards, and you can also request cribs/infant beds (surcharge). Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance. Dining At Richmond Hotel - Guest house, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. Cooked-to-order breakfasts are available for a fee.
FromUS$65
4.2/5Very Good25 Reviews
0.72km from The Surma
We stayed at the very beginning of June and personally I would highly recommend to anyone who’s looking to stay for 1 or 2 nights. You walk in and greeted by a lovely lady who shows you to your room; decent size, remote controlled light and fan (best thing ever!) and plenty of storage! Just one small thing; the size of the shower ‘closet’ put it this way you stand the room and close the ‘door’ and one legs touching the toilet, your knees are touching the sink, one elbow is in the shower and you backs on the ‘door.’ This is okay when your a couple or close family because you leave the ‘door’ open but can get annoying if not by the second day. Breakfast is good, nice selection could use a new toaster as the one they have is very squeaky but the breakfast is good, staff polite, attentive and cheerful really nice start to the day. Location is great with on site parking, how close it is to the beach and shops, just a short walk and the high street is on the way! Brilliant! Cheddar gorge is so close by! Price for the guest house makes it so highly rated, the value for money is second to none! So other than the size of the shower and the noisy toaster not a bad word to say about the other aspects of our stay! And to be honest the first couple of days are fantastic hence why’d recommend 1-2 nights. But thank you for having us, much enjoyed!
FromUS$42
3.7/510 Reviews
0.74km from The Surma
Stayed here with friends for a big birthday occasion. Had informed the hotel in advance asking if they could do anything special for birthday boy .... not a card or even sprinkles on the table. Our room 114 was lovely and newly refurbished, however while the shower cubicle looked spacious, the water pressure was very low. This meant spending some time trying to get enough water over you so you could actually wash! The view was awful, see photo's. We didn't upgrade to sea view admittedly, but did go for standard plus. Even some screens outside would've been better to block the horrid view of pipes! The hotel relies on coach parties in the main, and unless you're up early to beat the coach goers, the breakfast can he rather sparse. Only unripe, hard kiwi fruit and slices of water melon left of the fresh fruit salad for instance. Yesterday I was just told that they don't provide fresh fruit salad on a Friday! The waitress did however come back with an orange and a few grapes. You help yourself to hot drinks but the small water jugs are too small to cope with demand, so guests are constantly having to ask for more hot water. A large size hot water flask x 2 would solve the issue. One of the top of the range rooms 101 was very nice, with a superb sea view. However the wind whistling through the bay window drove the guests mad, until they asked for sellotape to try and resolve the issue themselves! The one evening meal we had on site was nice, although we did have to send the vegetable platters back as they were only just warm. After about 9pm we were the only people in the restaurant and even the staff had gone home! Have to say that the staff were pleasant and friendly. We think the hotel had recently been bought by the Bay Group so saw decoration of rooms underway. In the meantime, the hotel is a work in progress. Disabled guests be aware that the disabled lift from the car park to reception isn't working and hasn't been it would seem, for some time. The only way in is by some eight quite steep steps.
FromUS$52
3.9/525 Reviews
0.74km from The Surma
Lovely little B&B, just 10 minutes walk from sea front and perfectly positioned to access Somersets attractions. The place was spotless. Our room was no. 1 at the front of the building. 3 windows to the room, double bed, little 2 seater sofa, fridge, kettle, tea, coffee and milk available. Everything looked brand new, towels were lovely and fluffy. 2 TVs in the room, 1 in front of sofa on wall and 1 in front of bed on the wall so you can both chose what are where to watch. Beautiful bathroom. We had full breakfast every morning which was very filling. The hosts were lovely and welcoming. Will definitely stay there again if travelling to Weston.
FromUS$71
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.85km from The Surma
We booked here for New Year as it was a dog-friendly establishment. We arrived early, but the gentleman allowed us to check in early and also advised us where best to park the car, I was lucky as I managed to park just up from the hotel for no cost at all, however, there was a car park nearby if we needed. Our rooms were great, they had everything we required for a comfortable stay. The location for us was perfect, it was just a small walk to the pubs and shops. The couple who run the hotel are very welcoming people, we would definitely stay here again, especially as we can bring our dog for such a small fee.
FromUS$83
4.1/5Very Good8 Reviews
1.26km from The Surma
The Beach Weston is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. Visitors to Weston-Super-Mare will find that the Beach Weston is a fantastic accommodation choice. Bristol Airport and St Andrews Road are located 25km and 33km away respectively. Famous local attractions Grand Pier, Princess Royal Square and Weston super Mare, can all be reached with a short walk. At the end of a busy day, travelers can unwind and relax in the hotel or go out and enjoy the city.
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Hotels Near The Surma In Weston-Super-Mare Review

4/55 Reviews
My disabled husband and I have just had a 3week stay at this Premier Inn, while a lift was installed in our home. We were not looking forward to the stay at all but the staff made it really pleasant. The room was spacious and comfortable, and accommodated my husband’s hospital bed which we had to have installed in our room. All the reception staff were friendly and really helpful, cleaning staff were also helpful, unobtrusive and were very understanding as we were in our room most of the time. The only disappointment was the shower - water pressure was abysmal and I was only able to use the shower in my hand. To stand under the shower was impossible unless you stood right on the taps. The cleaning staff were lovely when I said about this and left some lovely bath bombs for me to try to make bathing nicer! Parking was easy and disabled access was great - my husband uses a mobility scooter and was able to take it into the room and charge it there as well. The staff in the attached Beefeater restaurant were equally friendly and helpful. When they learned we were there for 3 weeks they reserved a suitable table for us for every meal, so we were able to go straight in to our table without waiting. Both the waiting staff and bar staff were great, food, whilst fairly restrictive, was always hot and well cooked. Breakfasts were lovely, if noisy at times! Thank you to all. We would happily stay there again.
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FromUS$67
3.9/525 Reviews
Lovely little B&B, just 10 minutes walk from sea front and perfectly positioned to access Somersets attractions. The place was spotless. Our room was no. 1 at the front of the building. 3 windows to the room, double bed, little 2 seater sofa, fridge, kettle, tea, coffee and milk available. Everything looked brand new, towels were lovely and fluffy. 2 TVs in the room, 1 in front of sofa on wall and 1 in front of bed on the wall so you can both chose what are where to watch. Beautiful bathroom. We had full breakfast every morning which was very filling. The hosts were lovely and welcoming. Will definitely stay there again if travelling to Weston.
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FromUS$71
4.2/525 Reviews
We stayed at the very beginning of June and personally I would highly recommend to anyone who’s looking to stay for 1 or 2 nights. You walk in and greeted by a lovely lady who shows you to your room; decent size, remote controlled light and fan (best thing ever!) and plenty of storage! Just one small thing; the size of the shower ‘closet’ put it this way you stand the room and close the ‘door’ and one legs touching the toilet, your knees are touching the sink, one elbow is in the shower and you backs on the ‘door.’ This is okay when your a couple or close family because you leave the ‘door’ open but can get annoying if not by the second day. Breakfast is good, nice selection could use a new toaster as the one they have is very squeaky but the breakfast is good, staff polite, attentive and cheerful really nice start to the day. Location is great with on site parking, how close it is to the beach and shops, just a short walk and the high street is on the way! Brilliant! Cheddar gorge is so close by! Price for the guest house makes it so highly rated, the value for money is second to none! So other than the size of the shower and the noisy toaster not a bad word to say about the other aspects of our stay! And to be honest the first couple of days are fantastic hence why’d recommend 1-2 nights. But thank you for having us, much enjoyed!
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FromUS$42
4.5/56 Reviews
Paid just over£40 a night for a 3 nights mini break. Due to Covid-19 would have been able to cancel right up until midday of the first night if needed which fortunately wasn’t needed. A modern, clean room on the top floor ( there are lifts ) which was the quiet floor. Very comfortable. All facilities worked including your own air conditioning ! The hotel is in a good location just a short taxi ride from the town centre and there is a pub restaurant next door. We didn’t use the breakfast facilities. Ample free parking. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Very enjoyable stay.
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FromUS$43
3.9/510 Reviews
Almost didn't get to stay here - as Marstons sent us an email the night before advising us all their properties would now be closed. However, half way through the day we received another email from the Old Colonial - As we were travelling for work - we could stay. The room was huge - and very clean, with a lovely view of the sea and pier. Decor was tired, but price reflected this. They still provided breakfast - and happily catered for vegetarians. - Arrived quickly and was delicious. Would definitely return - hopefully next time, we are working in the area, we would be able to use the restaurant and bar. Great hotel, with lovely friendly staff.
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FromUS$58
3/510 Reviews
Never been to Pontins - but with the current Covid situation I saw this being advertised and decided to take my mother away for a four night break. It was the first time she had been anywhere since March. The price was £59 per person for four days - that was dinner, bed and breakfast - FOR FOUR NIGHTS NOT PER NIGHT! I have paid more than that for one night in a Travelodge! We did not expect anything - in fact we were a little apprehensive as to what it would be like. Well -... Did the room need updating? Yes. Could the entertaiment venue do with a bit of TLC? Yes. Was the dining area a little more like a canteen than a restaurant? Yes. But - Was the room clean? Yes! Was the room warm after a chilly day? Yes! Was the shower hot and powerful? Yes! Were we well fed and was there a choice of food? Yes! Did the staff work their socks off under difficult conditions in this Covid time? Yes! Fair play to the staff who are going to be out of work from Monday. They did everything they could to keep people happy. We have no complaints. Quite the contrary.
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FromUS$62
4.4/510 Reviews
We booked here for New Year as it was a dog-friendly establishment. We arrived early, but the gentleman allowed us to check in early and also advised us where best to park the car, I was lucky as I managed to park just up from the hotel for no cost at all, however, there was a car park nearby if we needed. Our rooms were great, they had everything we required for a comfortable stay. The location for us was perfect, it was just a small walk to the pubs and shops. The couple who run the hotel are very welcoming people, we would definitely stay here again, especially as we can bring our dog for such a small fee.
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FromUS$83
3.7/510 Reviews
Stayed here with friends for a big birthday occasion. Had informed the hotel in advance asking if they could do anything special for birthday boy .... not a card or even sprinkles on the table. Our room 114 was lovely and newly refurbished, however while the shower cubicle looked spacious, the water pressure was very low. This meant spending some time trying to get enough water over you so you could actually wash! The view was awful, see photo's. We didn't upgrade to sea view admittedly, but did go for standard plus. Even some screens outside would've been better to block the horrid view of pipes! The hotel relies on coach parties in the main, and unless you're up early to beat the coach goers, the breakfast can he rather sparse. Only unripe, hard kiwi fruit and slices of water melon left of the fresh fruit salad for instance. Yesterday I was just told that they don't provide fresh fruit salad on a Friday! The waitress did however come back with an orange and a few grapes. You help yourself to hot drinks but the small water jugs are too small to cope with demand, so guests are constantly having to ask for more hot water. A large size hot water flask x 2 would solve the issue. One of the top of the range rooms 101 was very nice, with a superb sea view. However the wind whistling through the bay window drove the guests mad, until they asked for sellotape to try and resolve the issue themselves! The one evening meal we had on site was nice, although we did have to send the vegetable platters back as they were only just warm. After about 9pm we were the only people in the restaurant and even the staff had gone home! Have to say that the staff were pleasant and friendly. We think the hotel had recently been bought by the Bay Group so saw decoration of rooms underway. In the meantime, the hotel is a work in progress. Disabled guests be aware that the disabled lift from the car park to reception isn't working and hasn't been it would seem, for some time. The only way in is by some eight quite steep steps.
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FromUS$52
4/55 Reviews
A cheerful hotel somehow standing strong against the elements blown in on gale force winds from the Atlantic on an almost daily basis. There are some rooms that are lovely and comfortable and some that need a bit of TLC and maintenance, so its pot luck where you’re allocated. Heating can be temperamental- the hotel has had general issues across entire floors, and in some rooms the heating doesn’t work at all. Thankfully the staff here are all absolutely wonderful and address any issues if you raise them. For cold rooms, they have portable oil filled radiators which they can bring up to your room if its too much to bear. Suspect the cold blowing in from the sea makes sea view rooms more susceptible to temperature issues. Watch out for any rooms around x04 or x05 and a few doors away as these are situated near the stairwell. If you’re a light sleeper you’ll be kept awake by the sound of folks truding up and downstairs. Particularly if the lifts break which they are prone to do every now and again. Generally found 3rd and 4th floor rooms are smarter and cleaner than 1st and 2nd. Some rooms are showing a bit of wear and tear - loose sockets, marks on carpet, marks on walls/ceilings. Nothing horrific - just minor superficial stuff that is noticeable but doesn’t necessarily affect your stay. Beds are just delightful. Well sprung, well proportioned, comfortable and warm. In some rooms there is no bedside shelf or table so I’ve had to drag the chair next to the bed to pop phone etc on. Stairwell carpets often very grubby - not surprising given the traffic these stairs see. Adjoining restaurant is a Brewers Fayre which offers average pub grub - always served very quickly, but lacking any finesse as a result. Breakfast is always lovely - bountiful supply and generally hearty and tasty. As mentioned the staff here are always really pleasant and obliging. A cracking group of folks who only ever want to help. The hotel just needs a bit of tarting up that’s all. Otherwise does the job in a great location.
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FromUS$56
4.5/510 Reviews
Stayed here for one night on the way to Cornwall was a good choice for our needs we made a mistake and booked for the wrong day and the owner was very understanding changed the date and even kept the price the same when we had to have a family room as a double was not available for the new date. Check in was 12.30 which was fantastic as we were able to leave our luggage and visit the resort for the rest of the day. Very clean room parking at the rear and right opposite a lovely park which we visited before breakfast. Breakfast was excellent well presented and tasty served at nine but you can request if you want another time social distancing addeared to thank you would definitely recommend
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FromUS$53
4/510 Reviews
Booked to stay here very last minute as our holiday abroad had been cancelled the day before. Turned up and there was plenty of parking which is a bonus as we had suitcases. Check in was quick and simple. The hotel seems to have its old parts and then its new parts. We needless to say had booked a standard double which was situated in the old part no lift so had to drag cases up stairs. Got to the room which was decorated in a very ornate fashion but was clean and had everything you could ask for even a nice little heater to warm up the room - being October it was a little on the chilly side. Bathroom was large and had a separate shower and bath which is nice. Given the covid restrictions the service of the room was limited but we placed our clean up the room notice on the door and the clean was carried out. Which was a little surprising as we are not early risers and often didn't leave the room unitl noon so left the cleaners very little time. We didn;t have breakfast but the dinning room in which this was being taken was a bit like sitting in the corridor. Refurbishments are under way so hopefully this will be a little different if you visit. We tended to frequent the hotel bar CJ's the food here was of good quality and always tasty. Staff were helpful throughout the stay.
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FromUS$61