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Top 10 Beah Hotels

Top 10 Beah Hotels

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3.9/5
10 Reviews
"I took my fiancé here for a birthday present and it has to be the single highest quality hotel experience I have ever had. Every staff member was polite, attentive and very responsive to any particular requests. The young staff working at the restaurant in particular were so friendly and kind to us id want them specifically to serve us next time. We stayed in Duncan's Den and it is the most incredible room I have ever seen, the bath was literally I small swimming pool, and so clean. The spa itself is very intimate and allows only for a small number of people in any part at one time, which really helps for couples wanting alone time. Both the coffee and decaff coffee tasted very good and my steak at dinner was cooked perfectly. My only slight constructive criticism is that the sea bass dish on the menu was cooked perfectly but was lacking flavour. It needs some more salt and pepper fried into the skin and maybe a sauce as the potatoes and veg did not add much, potentially artichoke would help? as I said, the food was all cooked to perfection. If you book the afternoon tea as well, staying for 1 or 2 nights with treatments means you will never be bored, time flies in the jacuzzi. I like that the jacuzzi and heated swimming pool are open to the air. Excellent experience and I will be very keen to come again. Finally, the measures taken for Covid-19 did not hinder the experience. If anything, if they have made extra space it benefits customers as it gives you a more intimate experience."
"This place is running on far too few staff to offer a quality service to guests. It's a shame as the room was lovely and the spa was pretty good but the lack of staff lets it down. We literally struggled to find anyone to order a lunchtime snack and coffee from over 2 days here. We stood for ages waiting to see anyone to sit us at breakfast and at dinner on the previous night there appeared to be 3 staff on duty covering reception the bar and serving in the restaurant. The spa is good but small and there are only a couple of sofas which are wet from previous guests. There are no loungers to lay out on inside or out and thus it's not as relaxing as it could be. The poor service really spoilt what could have been a 4 or 5 star experience. The staff who did serve us were all pretty good if not a little bit rushed but we weren't made to feel particularly special. The food at dinner and breakfast was lovely and well presented and was reasonably priced. Drinks were expensive but that's to be expected. This is the second time we have stayed and but we would be unsure about returning as being made to feel welcome is all part of the overall relaxing experience and the frustration with the lack of staff got in the way of that. "
"My boyfriend and I have had a fantastic weekend away at Charlton House. All the staff were incredibly friendly, food delicious and lovely spa + treatments. Although small, the spa was lovely and quiet considering it was a Saturday. We had fantastic massages in the treatment rooms and the girls who did them were lovely. The bedroom was large, comfortable and rustic. It was nice that they have kept the original feel of the building. The dinner was really tasty, we’d definitely recommend the lamb and the pork belly! The portions were relatively small, as posh meals sometimes are, so we were glad we ordered the triple cooked chips too! Really nice waiters. We left full and happy. Finally, breakfast was fantastic. The continental buffet was delicious, friendly, helpful staff and fantastic cooked breakfast as well! We would recommend for a quiet and relaxing weekend away from everything! "
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2




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
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3




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
"We recently stayed at The White Hart on the day of my mum's funeral, my second stay there and one of many visits to eat and drink. As you can imagine it was a tough day, especially as we couldn't have a proper wake. The staff at the White Hart helped us to relax afterwards in a small group as permitted. I was impressed by the cleanliness and gentle reminders about social distancing to keep us and other guests safe. The food and accommodation was perfect as usual. In my opinion this is the best pub in Somerton."
"This is an example, yet again , of building it and they will come ( thanks Kevin Costner ) - or just empowering people to do their jobs. What an awesome manager Ellie is at The White Hart:- courteous, professional, poised, friendly. Last minute booking on our part - on a busy rugby weekend Brilliant stay, lovely room, top supper and brekkie. Every customer touchpoint was great. Highly recommend. Ace staff from start to finish. Will stay again. We are huge fans of Timbrells Yard ....and TWH beat it!"
"The White Hart is situated in the Beautiful town of Somerton. Met friends for dinner and we all had the steak , best steak I have ever had . We will be back to try other dishes from the very interesting Menu ."
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4




4.1/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
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5




4.6/5
Outstanding
10 Reviews
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6




4/5
Very Good
25 Reviews
"I visit Glastonbury often & whilst being a (near enough) local, I am fully aware it is a place that is rich in tourism & as such, businesses take advantage of this sector in order to ensure they thrive amongst strong competition. This is acceptable. What is unacceptable are places such as the George & Pilgrim that seem to perceive tourists as being an inconvenience, yet feel as though their response to this perception can go unchallenged, as tourists will always visit Glastonbury & as such, who cares how customers are treated, as when one leaves, another will reappear. My wife & I nipped into the George & Pilgrim for a light lunch & a beverage. At the time of writing, we are operating in COVID-19 related controlled environments, although the George & Pilgrim must believe they are better than this, as apart from a sign at the front door relaying expectations, nobody is asked to “sign in” as part of the Track & Trace initiative, nobody is reminded to wear a mask in certain “mask wearing” areas of the property (although why should they, as the staff are bumbling along without any protective coverings) & the tables are so close together, you can ask a neighbouring customer to pass the salt as if you were at the family dining table. But I am not here to moan about COVID-19 related requirements. There are more generic issues to alert any pending customers of. Service at the bar was slow. They were understandably understaffed, although it wasn’t as though those waiting at the bar were in mass numbers. In fact, there was only one other person at the bar who was obviously waiting for the yeast to ferment before being served his beer. Eventually I was served. One drink was incorrect (lemonade & not soda in the wine). I decided to take a positive in the fact my drink was correct & it was only my wife that had to deal with the error. Plus, there was not enough time in the day to wait for the issue to be corrected. On a slightly positive note, food was served relatively quickly. I say “served”, although I actually mean, thrown on the table without even an “enjoy your meal” coming from the obviously inconvenienced Waiter. OK, not everybody likes pleasantries, although people do expect cutlery & condiments. Nothing! I then went to find the Waiter to ask where I could find a knife & fork, along with vinegar & mayonnaise. The response was abrupt as the Waiter asked where I was sitting before claiming he would be there in 15mins. I explained the food was already on the table to which he said, “OK, 5mins”, whilst rolling his eyes. The Waiter walked past our table several times. The dubious person in me would even say he was purposely trying to avoid eye contact, especially when he disappeared less than 10 feet away from me to have a cigarette. After 10mins, we concluded cutlery & condiments were not arriving so borrowed the latter from a nearby table (after all, they were within coughing distance) & ate using our fingers. The Waiter cleared obse"
"Popped in there for a quick pint during a weekend visit to Glastonbury. I was very pleased to note that they are taking social distancing, cleaning and track & trace seriously. Each table had a sign on indicating whether it was safe to sit at (having been cleaned since the last customers) and there was a spaced out queue for the bar. I had to wait quite a long time outside the toilets when they were being cleaned but in the current climate I didn't mind too much. Staff were visibly cleaning down the surfaces and floors on a regular basis. We decided to eat whilst we were there and had a very nice roast beef dinner. It was my second visit to this pub and I will return next time I come to Glastonbury. I can't comment on the hotel. "
"My one night stay at the George and Pilgrims was made very enjoyable by the welcoming and helpful staff. Many thanks to Alex, interim Manager and to Beth for helping me out with travel plans! Considering this is a VERY old and historic building, complete with winding staircases and creaking passageways, the room was both comfortable and clean. Excellent English breakfast. Recommended for character, location and comfort."
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7




4.6/5
Outstanding
12 Reviews
"Comfortable beds, delicious breakfast, excellent service staff, superb location, all indicate the truth, the quality and cultivation of people, and I really like this store to be more caring for foreign guests!"
"The hotel charges repeatedly, please arrange a refund for Ctrip, attach the hotel bill and credit card, and explain the reason for the repeated charges, because I am still in the UK, please wait for me to return to China and then call."
"Small town story"
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8




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
"My wife and I had not visited Cheddar for 8 years and Covid had taken away any desire to go abroad so we booked 3 nights B&B at the Bath Arms. There was plenty of free parking behind the hotel and we were impressed by their Covid precautions. Our room was called little robin which is the one featured in the photo and had a large bed and large en suite bathroom. Our stay was great as the staff were fantastic and could not have been more helpful, we had dinner which was plentiful and breakfast which was even larger but had to be preordered but it was so large that I was asking them to take things off! It was also a great base for our trips out to the gorge and other nearby venues. I think the room was £120 a night B&B but we thought it was well worth the money for the experience. The only down side is road noise but the welcome letter states that it is an old building so they cannot change the windows but do offer free ear plugs, and also no safe in the room. Sincere thanks to the staff though - you made us feel very welcome "
"My husband and I stayed here for our anniversary, for a few days. The hotel is beautiful. The food fantastic, altho if I had to pick any fault, it would be that the menu didn’t change at all. For example, soup of the day should’ve been called soup of the week - if you like French Onion soup then this is the place for you! lol. But what really made our stay so special was the staff. They were on their toes all the time. So efficient during this COVID19 time. Always being on top of everything. From mask wearing, to cleaning down everything every single time. It must’ve been so exhausting to keep this up, yet their spirits remained high. A special shout out to Carly who was fun, caring and attentive. Ian was very efficient too. I wish I had managed to get all the other staff names too, but ran out of time. Always so polite. All of them. Thank you from us to all of you who worked there and made our stay so special. "
"Stayed for one night to do some walking in and around Cheddar. We arrived earlier than the check in time so we could explore the area and the staff very accommodating with us leaving the car in the car park, same on the next day - we were welcomed to use the car park whilst we hiked. Throughout our stay staff were friendly and helpful. The room itself was very large and immaculately clean - same for the bathroom. The room was really nicely furnished and had all the usual tea, coffee and toiletries, but the addition of a jar of peanuts was a nice touch. Breakfast the next day was delicious and plentiful, refills of hot drinks offered. I can strongly recommend this hotel - we're already looking for excuses to come back!"
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9




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
"This was a much needed break after several holidays had been cancelled due to Covid 19. The hotel was in a small hamlet with very narrow one car width lanes. It was lucky we had sat-nav because I dont think we would have found it otherwise. It is however well placed for all the places that tourists want to see. The building is very nice both inside and out. Our room (124 was on the 1st floor) was spacious, clean, with a nice modern shower. The bed was comfortable, there was refreshments, a hairdryer a tv and was quiet. The restaurant and bar were clean, well laid out due to Covid rules and the staff friendly and helpful. The view from our bedroom was over the car park but as we were on the first floor we didnt really see it. What made the view was Glastonbury Tor in the distance, and with a zoom camera very close photos could be taken. Sadly wi-fi connection is poor in this area of Somerset but this was not pointed out by the Hotel until I queried at reception. Breakfast was very nice and there was a good choice. However, the dinner menu , although varied, consisted of mainly burgers, pizzas etc with few salads or traditional meals. As someone on a Slimming World diet it was difficult for me to find a suitable meal, so had to eat out during the day. When we checked out the Hotel did explain that their Chef had been furloughed and had only just returned the day we left. Sadly we missed a much better menu. We would however return for a further stay once the Covid crisis is over. Our visit was before staff were told to wear face masks."
"Enjoyed a pleasant two-night stay here. The room and dining area was very clean. The breakfast offering was very good with a good selection of cooked food. I particularly enjoyed the porridge. The outside terrace was very peaceful and looked over the fields. I would expect it would be a lovely place to spend a summer’s evening when people are out having a drink, but as there were barely any other guests, I enjoyed reading out in the sunshine. On the Saturday night, there was some corridor noise because someone decided to bring their yapping dog back at a silly time, but that’s just inconsiderate guests, not the staff’s fault! The bed was comfortable enough and the shower was good and powerful. The staff were very friendly and helpful. This is a good place to stay if you want to enjoy the nearby towns eg Yeovil, Weston-super-Mare and Cheddar Gorge, but there’s nothing nearby. "
"The Hotel is in a lovely location, a short walk up the hill will give you a very good view of Glastonbury Tor. My room was comfortable, clean and warm. There was a great selection of hot drinks on the room tray. Parking is free and available within the hotel curtilage. I did not eat an evening meal in the hotel purely as I had a reservation elsewhere. Breakfast in the morning was extremely disappointing and I informed the manager of this at check-out. I had a full english which looked identical to someones photo that has been posted in another review, i believed the ingredients to be very low quality and it was greasy which would be satisfactory for a budget hotel but i expected much better for what i was paying here. The coffee that I had from the self-service machine was disgusting. Juices, toast and cereal are available. The manager when i informed her of my view did nothing to rectify or amend my complaint. The staff member who was working to take breakfast orders walked past me and did not acknowledge me as I walked into the breakfast area - which again is passable for a different kind of hotel but not at £99 a night. There was some good Covid-19 precautions including hand sanitizer stations at breakfast and the screen on the check in desk."
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10




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
"We stayed in this warm and welcoming pub en route to Cornwall. Absolutely charming helpful owners. Dinner and the service were excellent and our large bedroom was impeccable and peaceful with lovely Noble Isle bathroom products. Breakfast in the Den was the best ever. We look forward to returning."
"After a horrible night at a different hotel we came across this gem. Couldn't fault it at all, from the staff to the food to the decor, it was so refreshing! The pub/restaurant was busy but the staff were on top of it and gave excellent service. The rooms were amazing, we will definitely be back."
"Superb cuisine, excellent staff and wonderful ambiance to eat in, especially outside if the weather is good. All styles of food are very good, brisket, fish and pizzas were all exceptionally good. We were so impressed we are there twice in four days."
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