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Top 10 Longleat safari park Hotels

Top 10 Longleat safari park Hotels

1




4.6/5
Outstanding
16 Reviews
Woods Hill, Lower Limpley Stoke, Bath, Bath and North East Somerset, United Kingdom
"Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Bath. Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a comfortable one. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour room service, facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park are just some of the facilities on offer. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. Entertain the hotel's recreational facilities, including golf course (within 3 km), garden. No matter what your reasons are for visiting Bath, Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel will make you feel instantly at home."
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2




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
High Street, Norton Saint Philip, Somerset, United Kingdom
"We booked into this hotel as a stop over for the night. Well what a wonderful gem of a place, from the moment we arrived we see the area and surroundings and fell in love with this place. Check in was so easy and this is where we met the lovely lady called Linda. She checked us in ( complete Covid compliance), she was so so helpful. Linda gave us a table outside so we could wait for our rooms, We sat in the garden which was a beautiful setting. Due the Covid regulations the waitress was amazing serving drinks on trays etc. Did feel sorry for them as they had to keep going back and forth up and down stairs but they were great. We got too the rooms which were lovely, we had the Farleigh room which was on ground floor, it was so cosy and lovely no fault what so ever. My sister was given a room upstairs which was also really lovely and cosy and chic. However, my sister and her partner are a bit of a scaredy cats and wanted to be next to me.😂 We had a room opposite us called Wells, it was lovely and had a sofa and felt also very cosy. I kindly asked Linda if it would be at all possible ( not in use) if my sister could have the room opposite. Linda was so accommodating and checked to see if it was possible and it was. Bless her she was amazing. We booked to have dinner at the George and we all had the Sunday lunch, it was delicious, it tasted and looked great. The whole service was just so chilled and friendly. After dinner we when and sat in the garden and watched the sunset. One word; Stunning. We had a little walk up the village and it truly is a hidden gem and stunning. We went back to our rooms and sat and chilled and it as so lovely and quiet. Breakfast was yet again superb, can not fault one thing at all. Service, staff, food and just the whole place was great. We said goodbye to Linda and her staff and thanked them for a wonderful stay. We will defiantly be back in the Spring as it was a beautiful place. Thank you so much. Zoe, Simon, Julie and Gary."
"Well. We picked the George Inn because of the characteristics and history that exudes from it. On that, we were not disappointed. We stayed in the Monmouth suite. A beautifully presented room decorated with period furniture. Nice and comfortable. With everything you would need. We had dinner in the restaurant. The food was nice. Again, very traditional fayre, cooked well. What I would say is that the hospitality wasn’t very ‘hospitable’! In that, everyone seemed ‘ok’ but not very friendly. It was all a bit off’ish. Very little atmosphere. No (or too low) music meant that everyone was in everyone else’s conversation. The breakfast was dreadful. Due to Covid, everything had to be pre-ordered. So, you get your cereals... closely followed by your ‘cooked’ breakfast .... so, cereal to one side and ... everything was stone cold. It wasn’t received very well!! We did get a replacement.. it was ok. But I would say it was (or certainly felt as if it was) rather begrudging. Not sure if this is a managed or owned business but cold it could do so so much better in the hands of someone who gave a little thought to how the business is presented to their guests / customers. "
"We stayed at The George Inn back in 2019 during our first trip to England. It was like stepping back in time. The inn is steeped with historical relevance and has also been featured in films. The rooms are comfortably appointed with comfy beds and en suite bathrooms. The walls are so thick you hardly hear anything. The restaurant serves up delicious meals, and you can't go wrong with their classic English breakfast. I hope to return and I highly recommend it as a stay if you are visiting Stonehenge and are planning to see Bath the next day. "
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3




4.1/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Trowle Common, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
"On booking was offered a superior room on payment of a small supplement Arrived to a welcoming reception and quickly shown to our suite. Impressive room containing a large four poster bed. Unfortunately the bed was set on a dais needing a 5 step climb to reach its level. Another problem was that the height of the mattress was above my wife’s waist soimpossible for her to climb in and I had to make a bit of a running dive at it. Back to reception for a stool which flummoxed them but came up with the solution of putting a chair beside the bed to climb on. It gave us quite a laugh. The steps to the bed made things awkward as apart from a chest of drawers everything else was on the lower level, ie wardrobe bathroom and tea making facilities, so it was a constant walk up and down whilst we were in occupation. Huge bathroom but bath projected diagonally into the room so was unable to enjoy a bath as I knew I would be unable to get myself out without some supporting handles. Also towel rail was out of reach of the bath. It was a fantastic room for honeymooners and younger people of greater ability and height than we have. We are 72 & 80, The hotel was arranged and designed sympathetically and we enjoyed a well presented evening 5 course taster meal. Breakfast was also plentiful and brought by a most amiable and attentive lady. All staff that we met were of the same ilk. All in all, a lovely place to stay -recommended - and would stay again but would request a more conventional room. "
"My Wife and I have just returned from an overnight stay at the Moonraker. We were greeted at reception and told that we had been upgraded to a suite which was a lovely surprise. We had a nice room with a four poster bed and a super bathroom with a roll top bath. The 5 course taster menu last night was very tasty and well cooked. The breakfasts were equally of good quality with smoked salmon that had been smoked on site and the eggs came from the hens at the hotel. All of the staff were very pleasant and attentive and we were very well looked after. We will definitely stay there again in the future. Many thanks, Paul & Anne Johnson"
"We were shown to our room which was room 4. A lovely room overlooking the garden & fields beyond. Warm & comfortable with a settee rather than the usual chairs which was welcome. The five course menu was delicious and well balanced. All the staff we met were friendly, helpful & efficient. I'm sure we'll be back."
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4




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Trowbridge Road, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
"We fancied a night away in picturesque Bradford upon Avon and Widbrook Grange came up on Secret Escapes - what a fabulous find! Check in at 3 was very quick and easy and the young lady was very helpful showing us around and then booking our taxi for the evening. Our room was beautiful, enormous bed, fabulous bathroom with power shower and wonderful complementary toiletries , a guest tray to die for with Borders biscuits, still and sparkling water and Teapigs teabags and a massive TV to watch the rugby! We loved the little extras, the brollies, complimentary wellies, reading glasses at breakfast, everything was covered. Breakfast was delicious, a beautifully presented buffet and lovely cooked breakfast cooked to order and really good coffee - plenty of it! Our stay included a cream tea which was also fantastic, something we wouldn't usually order but because it was incuded, we had it and we were so pleased we did. The service at this hotel is second to none oh and the gin bar is fabulous too! 100% Widbrook - Thank you, we will most definitely return. "
"What a lovely place,lots of quirky features, sculptures, interior decoration, attention to detail superb, right down to a bottle on the tea tray that you can get filled with fresh milk from reception. All the staff happy and friendly. Hot from the oven scones. Great breakfast from local suppliers. Room, The Writers Room, very spacious with marshmallow bed, claw footed deep bath, plenty warm enough in fact we turned the heating down. ll this and doggy friendly too! We didn't have ours with us on this occasion but we will return with her. There is a field to walk dogs, plenty of garden space, doggy treats and water bowls. Walking around the town centre we could see that was very doggy friendly too. We went to the hotels sister ship the Boathouse Pub to eat and you could take your pooch in there too. We will be back in the summer."
"I was at Widbrook Grange for 2 nights. The staff were lovely, welcoming and extremely helpful. The breakfasts are terrific! and include a groovy Kilner jar of creamy yoghurt with fruit compote to enjoy before a locally sourced cracking full English with delicious coffee...they also do delicious vegetarian options too. The room had the comfiest of beds and a sensible power from the shower! The products provided smelt lovely (for washing) and tasted great ( Teapig teas). I will definitely be back!!"
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5




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
1 King Street,, Frome, Somerset, United Kingdom
"Stayed at this well located property right in centre of Frome. It was Valentines weekend but £160 was very expensive for a B&B. Bar staff appeared disorganised and couldn't sort the room key out, however, manager gave us free upgrade which was most welcome. Little things like a couple of bulbs not working, no instructions on how to use the coffee machine wi-fi TV. Had to go looking, firstly for some milk, then hair dryer. These are the little things that should be right.. Website does warn you that property is 'creaky'! Also, that only one room has a shower - that said. we both actually enjoyed our bath in the old fashioned tub! Property very quirky but welcoming in its own way. Americans would love it!! (Suspect its haunted given the age as well but saw nothing untoward). Had lovely meal in restaurant. On the expensive side but extremely well presented and very tasty. Superb breakfast cooked from scratch. Restaurant a little cold & draughty - at least where we sat. Overall - if you can get the room for circa £100 - would fully recommend as somewhere different to stay. We paid £160 was was on the expensive side."
"What a wonderful stay in a wonderfully quirky old hotel. Finished beautifully with lovely finishing touches, especially the twinkly lights in the walkway and courtyard. Room was cozy and comfortable and overlooked the courtyard Finishing touches in the room included lots of coffee and tea choices, fresh milk in the ice bucket and thoughtful items such as a jar of toiletries in the bathroom which included cotton buds and cotton pads . Evening meal in the restaurant was a+ and lots of choices on the breakfast menu. The only downside to this stay was the early wake up call by the Iceland delivery right outside my window which seemed to go on for ever!!"
"We booked here for one night and dinner in the restaurant. On arrival it wasn't clear were to check in and when we did find that it was at the bar it was so busy it took a while to be dealt with. We were shown to our room which was nice and as expected but it seems there is a lack of maintenance as at least half the light bulbs didn't work. I booked the indulgence package which included a few extras none of which were offered on arrival. I had to ask for our glass of fizz and even then I had to show my booking to the barman to get that. I cannot fault the food in the restaurant it is excellent, However there is a distinct lack of service and hosting knowledge by the staff."
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6




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
49 St Margaret's Street, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
"Very good in parts and very strange in others. Having spent 3+ hours driving to the hotel, in the dark and with constant rain, it was an unpleasant surprise to find there were only 5 car parking spaces and they were already taken. So you have to park in the public car park and leave by 08:00 so you don't get charged. The person who signed me in pointed out that there were no overnight staff on duty; best not to have an emergency then! On the long walk to my room, she also mentioned that the building was a bit of a rabbit warren; she was right! The welcome into the empty restaurant was frosty to say the least. After my journey I wanted to relax, spread out and read my newspaper. I went towards a nice looking round table, for 4, to be told, rather abruptly , I couldn't sit there as it was taken. There was no reserved sign on the table. I asked if I was only allowed to sit at a table for two to be told "Yes". Monday night in March, an empty restaurant, with well over 50 covers, and the staff are ordering customers around; you're having a laugh. The crab cakes were very nice but the beef pie was not. Very small, about baseball size, with much more pastry than filling.The sauce was delicious, but very limited in quantity. After the 'welcome' I received I decided not to complain to the waitress. And just before I left 2 people sat at the table. The bedroom decor was 'individual', the bed was very comfortable and the shower was excellent; as were the large fluffy bath towels. A nice view out over the river. For breakfast it was though I was in a different hotel. Very cheerful, helpful and welcoming waitress and a well cooked and presented hot dish. But the real quirkiness was their attitude towards housekeeping. Going to my room there was a piece of toilet paper on the corridor floor. It was still there when I went to the restaurant and in the morning it had been joined by some other pieces. But the really bizarre example was in my room. When I opened a drawer to put away some small items of clothing I found inside a bright red, rather 'racy' set of ladies underwear, bra & pants, and a pair of socks. It certainly beats the Gideon Bible!!"
"We booked a four night stay in this “stylish boutique hotel” looking for a relaxing and comfortable break. We were very disappointed to find it is not really a hotel. The business is dominated by a very busy restaurant and smallish bar. There are no other public spaces for residents. There are no staff on site after 11.00pm, nor any room service. We booked one of the “wonderful” “high-end rooms” overlooking the river. The room was small and lacked any adequate storage for our stuff. All that was provided were 5 coat hangers on a 30cm rail. No cupboard, no drawers, not even a shelf. We couldn’t unpack our cases and spent the four days encumbered by half empty suitcases doubling as furniture. With nowhere else to sit and relax the ambience we were looking for was spoilt. When we did venture to the bar most of the tables had been reserved for diners - residents cannot guarantee to find a seat. As the bar also services the restaurant, guests can find themselves in a very long queue to get served with a drink. The staff were mostly friendly and upbeat but not always attentive. We, and other guests, often found ourselves chasing staff to get menus, to place an order, or get everything we had ordered. To be fair, staff were often being asked to multi-task and were finding it difficult to balance everything they had to do. There were positives. Bradford on Avon is a lovely town, Timbrell’s Yard is in a good riverside location and the breakfasts were delicious. I wouldn’t book again - the absence of genuine hotel facilities and the inadequacies of the rooms make this more like an overpriced B and B than a hotel with even a hint of luxury."
"My boyfriend and I wanted to escape for a night away and escape we did. This is a truly gorgeous little hotel right on the Avon Canal. Absolutely stunning room (106) with a wonderful bath, fluffy towels and luxurious toiletries. We had an amazing meal in the restaurant and topped of with a wonderful breakfast. The staff were incredibly friendly and professional and yet still the hotel feels intimate and homely. I must mention Gemma especially for making us feel so welcome and we were both extremely touched by both her professional manner yet such a welcoming attitude all the time throughout our stay. Thank you for a truly relaxing break away and we will be back again :-) Caroline & Frazer"
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7




4.1/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
The George Inn, The Square, Mere, Wiltshire, Mere, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
"We have just had lunch again at the George - myself, my mother and my 7 year old niece and nephew - and it was really nice. My nephew - who has a peanut allergy, so we need to check everything - had an enormous slice of Orange Chocolate Upsidedown Cake that was made on the premises. It was excellent. Nothing is a problem to them. Thank you."
"We stayed for one night to break a long journey and would definitely stay again. Room 7 was a good size with an en suite bathroom. The bed was comfortable and the room was quiet. We had an evening meal in the bar which was good pub grub. Breakfast was cooked to order, very tasty and friendly staff."
"Stayed here for one night and was very disappointed. The bed was very uncomfortable and although the decor had been updated the furnishings had not and were broken and outdated. The restaurant food was average and again the curtains in the restaurant were that old they were threadbare. The staff were very helpful. I wouldn't choose to stay here again. The bathroom was new but had not been refurbished very well, the lighting was awful unable to put makeup on in mirror over sink, sink taps spouts were to far back and couldn't get hands underneath the water, the shower cubicle had the shower head offset against the wall so was difficult to stand underneath to get soap suds off, not sure why the shower wasn't put in the middle of the wall? Our room overlooked the front of the pub."
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8




4.5/5
Excellent
6 Reviews
Corton, Boyton, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
"We had a wonderful 2 night stay at this wonderful hotel as we were spending a whole day at Longleat (about 15 mins drive). From our arrival to checkout, we were made to feel very welcome and important. The staff were so friendly, helpful and efficient, nothing was too much trouble for them. We were given room 7 as I am disabled, and this room exceeded all our expectations -it was on the ground floor, large, clean, comfortable, large bathroom with walk-in shower (wet room), well equipped and the attention to detail was very impressive. Our breakfasts were served in the restaurant, the menu being traditional. The hot full English breakfasts were really wonderful, and the service was excellent, again the staff were so attentive and friendly. We dined in the restaurant both evenings, and we were blown away by the menus, my husband was very pleased with the wide range of fish and shellfish- and he said the items he had were delicious such as mussels, scallops, massive battered fish. Not being a fish eater I enjoyed one of the best steaks, and steak pies I've had for a long time. The first evening the owner even came round frequently, chatting to everyone and making sure we were happy with everything- needless to say we were, we honestly couldn't find any faults at all. I would happily recommend this hotel to anyone, the rural setting is lovely, the size (15 rooms) made it just nice and personal, the large conservatory which is being built was not intrusive or a problem at all, and it will be lovely when it is all finished. We would love to visit this hotel again if we are anywhere near this area, or just for a short 'get away' again."
"Stayed here from 3rd to 5th Dec as we were gong to Longleat. Stayed in the cottage and the room was great and a nice touch with the chocolates. The food was amazing and the only issue we had was to choose. The absolute best thing about the Dove Inn is the staff. Nothing is too much trouble and took the trouble to ask how how trip to Longleat was as well as remembering our drink order from the previous night which made us feel valued and looked after. We def recommend staying here if you value comfort and great food and customer service."
"Just come back from an overnight stay at the Dove Inn after visiting the Christmas Light show at Longleat. Room was lovely. We stayed in the 'cottage' which was cosy and warm, comfortable bed and fantastic power shower. Food was delicious with many ingredients either grown on site or sourced locally. The pea shoots as garnish to duck pancakes were a novelty, seriously try them! Richard was a brilliant host and front of house with an excellent team around him. Thoroughly recommend and we'll be going back."
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9




3.7/5
10 Reviews
1 Church Street, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
"Visited on Fri 16th Oct 2020. Were about 5 tables occupied at 7pm. The place is really nicely decorated in a Thai style. It's warm and cozy and just the sort of place to have a meal out with your partner. The food was really nice, and generous portions. The waitress was lovely, clearly very "CoVid aware", was very attentive, and made sure that you were happy. The price is very much in line with what you'd expect to pay for a Thai meal. Will definitely go back. Lovely place. It's interesting that the one star review below actually says that he didn't actually eat there - he's clearly just being vindictive - probably a competitor."
"Our friends who live in Bradford on Avon told us that this place is the best for authentic Thai food... After the meal we just had, we can’t disagree! The red curry was delicious, the Pad Thai was exactly as I remember a good one being in Thailand and the salmon curry my friend had exceeded salmon portion expectations by 100%!!!! After starters, mains and puddings each (table of 4) our bill was £25(ish) per head. An absolute bargain!!!! The service we received was fab. The landlord James spoke to us on a very friendly level and advised us on our order perfectly. Lovely place, great food, fantastic staff. Thank you!"
"We had visited our son and his fiance in Bradford-on-Avon and had wanted to take them out for a meal. We had been disappointed elsewhere and tried The Swan on the off chance that they would be better and we were pleasantly surprised. The food was excellent, the waitress and service was superb. We would highly recommend and will definitely be returning. Thank you :-)"
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10




3.5/5
5 Reviews
Church Lawn, Stourton, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
"Decided to have a day out at the NT Stourhead gardens and lunch here. Stopped off q fair number of times before on way to West country. Always been good and today was no exception. COVID-19 safety measures in place and whilst the menu limited by staff reductions due to the virus, the menu offered several attractions of trad pub food. I had a really good cheese, apple and walnut salad which as a starter was good enough for a light lunch main. Nevertheless, I followed with the good old staple of ham, egg and chips. Great chips, crispy with soft inside and the ham was lovely. Had to ask for a doggy bag for some of ham, as eyes to big for belly. Washed food down with pint of real ale. Staff busy, but remining good natured and efficient. We did book ahead which helps in today's fraught times."
"We had taken a leisurely stroll round the garden and lake of Stourhead National Trust to admire the autumn colours and called in on the off-chance for a late lunch. The inn was busy but the excellent young greeter made an effort to fit us in at a bar table. Superb sausage casserole and apple and rhubarb crumble with custard to follow. The service was impeccable and reasonably priced. We had visited before and had been just as impressed. Well done to all concerned!"
"Went there to meet some friends that travelled all the way down to London to see us. We suggested there as we had good meals in the past. We sat for lunch around d 3 PM, pub not very busy inside, plenty of room empty tables and staff. We ordered our food , very average serving eggs,ham and chips so little chips and a sad salad. The risotto was drowned in tomato juice. o different from past two weeks when we were there. Staff very distracted a bunch of young ladies and a lad stood at the bar chatting. We ordered a coffee and dessert menu and after 15 minutes waiting and they still chatting away by the bar. We asked about the coffee and the lady said they were very busy and coffee was on it's way. After another 15 minutes we asked for the bill asked to take the coffee from bill than a older waiter brings an americano. We ordered a decaf flat white. She got very upset we didn't accept the wrong order. I was really embarrassed as I had told my friends the food was very good especially the ham eggs and chips."
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Top 10 Longleat safari park Hotels & Weather

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Aug 4, 2021
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Partly Sunny to Showers
11 ~ 20℃
Aug 4, 2021
Partly Sunny to Showers
11℃ / 20℃
Aug 5, 2021
Showers
13℃ / 21℃
Aug 6, 2021
Rain
15℃ / 18℃
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Showers
13℃ / 20℃
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Showers
13℃ / 20℃
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Bath
Aug 3, 2021 Bath Weather:Mostly Clear, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:88%, Sunrise/Sunset:05:34/20:56
Bath Running:Not Recommended, Cycling:Not Recommended
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