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Best Western Henbury Lodge Hotel,  Bristol

4.5/5  - basé sur 531 notations.
Station Road, BS10 7QQ, Bristol, Great Britain - Voir la carte
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Le Best Western Henbury Lodge Hotel offre aux voyageurs d'affaires et aux touristes une atmosphère d'hôtel de campagne dans la ville de Bristol, avec un grand parking sur la propriété de l'hôtel. Cette demeure géorgienne classée (le bâtiment d'origine date de 1600) dispose de 20 chambres confortables, partagées entre le bâtiment principal et l'écurie. Notre élégante salle à manger offre une atmosphère agréable et reposante permettant d'apprécier un large éventail de plats cuisinés avec différents produits frais saisonniers sélectionnés avec le plus grand soin. Vous pourrez dîner au restaurant Blaise, devant la cheminée de notre bar confortable, ou si le temps le permet sur la terrasse dans le jardin clos. Nos chambres sont équipées de grandes télévisions à écran plat numériques, de radios avec stations Ipod et d'une connexion Internet câblée sécurisée. Nous offrons ce qu'il y a de mieux pour vos événements professionnels et fêtes privées, notamment les petits séminaires et formations, ainsi que les réceptions de mariage et les dîners privés. Passez un excellent séjour !

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Best Western Henbury Lodge Hotel,Bristol
  • 4
    « Late September Stay »

    We spent 10 days at the end of Septembe at Henbury Lodgr and we were allocated a large room I think it was number 3, it overlooked the car park and garden and was excellent for our stay, there were 2 large comfortable chairs which after a morning seeing the sights, at 80+ we were ready for a hour or two relaxation. The bus service with a bus stop outside the hotel was excellent for going into Bristol also to a terminus that was part of a massive shopping complex if you are so inclined. The cooked to order breakfasts were excellent and served by pleasant staff, the dinner menu was not to our taste, this was not because of quality but we find that our appetites could not do justice to the dishes on offer, we found a pub up the road which served good beer and served food which suited our appetites and taste also a Toby Carvery which just about passed muster but was in need of refurbishment, For something a little different the "White Horse" at Westbury on Trym distills it's own gin serves a good selection of beer straight from the barrell and has a good menu.

    « Lovely friendly hotel »

    Nicely decorated rooms and friendly helpful staff. Excellent breakfasts too. Just outside of Bristol and easy to get into the city centre while staying in a hotel with a country manor atmosphere. Local buses on the doorstep for Cripps Causeway and the excellent shopping there. Highly recommended.

    « Warm/clean and relaxing »

    Parking for about 10-12 cars also get a few vans in for us workers lol, exception is on your right as you walk in and after a short form your shown to your room by the delightful staff member! I was outside in a single/double room 22 and it was well nice as pics will show! Radiator works lol lovely and warm room with loads of sockets (for a nice change) decent sized room with a great and stylish bathroom! Nice big tv on the wall with ALL the channels! Bed was as comfy as. Breakfast starts at 7 and is very nice! But tbh I only had porridge orange juice(real orange juice) and toast! I would seriously recommend this hotel if your in the area! Nothing really within a few minutes walk so you may need to take the car if your not eating in the hotel!

    « Borderline 5* review »

    It is 2 years since we stayed at Henbury Lodge. We stayed for seven nights, half board in the week, eating excellent bar snacks at the weekend (the restaurant is closed). The value is very good. The service is exemplary. The food is very good - excellent most of the time with a few lapses (overcooked sea bass, stringy runner beans, and one instance of cold plates). We think it is a 5* location, only 10 mins from the M5 and a bus stop with the main services to the city centre right outside the hotel. It is a lovely building and our only complaint about our room was that there were only a few drawers for storage (easily solved by putting the TV on a chest of drawers). No parking problems. Very popular (justifiably) with business people, although we were not alone as tourists. Strongly recommended.

    « Great Expectations Exceded - Revisited »

    Bristol has many "Named" hotels but just travel a little west towards Henbury and find a gem. This hotel has not dropped a single point since my last visit, which was some time ago. The staff are all excellent, complimented by and excellent evening & breakfast chef. The staff during the evening service were warm, friendly and made one welcome. The breakfast is served by a legend who is well known by the clientele. All meals excellent, rooms perfect, hotel very clean & well presented. Sufficient car parking spaces

    « 'Relaxing and enjoyable stay' »

    We stayed for 2 nights in a very spacious room. The room was comfortable and clean and the bathroom shower was terrific. The staff were welcoming and helpful.The hotel dining room was not open on the weekend but limited pre -prepared meals were served in the bar. They were good and very reasonably priced. The nearby traditional Blaise pub was also good value. Free on site parking is available. Our only concern was the wifi connection which was weak. Overall a very pleasant stay and would do so again.

    « Small friendly hotrl »

    A pleasant small hotel, friendly staff and clean comfortable rooms. Don't let its location on the corner of a busy road junction put you off, the hotel and its rooms are very quiet and relaxing. Good breakfast, don't be afraid to ask for more coffee, they only give you a small teacup sized cup, but they are happy to give you more coffee if you ask. I wasn't asked both days so had to ask the staff but it arrived in seconds once I had. I would return but may eat out next time as the menu is somewhat gastro and a little expensive but that's just my personal view. The small restaurant always seems busy even when half empty so give it a go once and make up your own mind.

    « We found our stat relaxing and comfortable »

    We stayed here while seeing our daughter off to Bristol University.Its in a quiet suburb with a pleasant traditional pub nearby for an evening stroll.In the morning after a very well cooked breakfast we enjoyed the pleasant garden and fish pond,before walking to look at the nearby Blaise Hamlet,about 3 minutes walk away. Our room was comfortable and we enjoyed the spacious bathroom with a bath.The comforts are very modern while still preserving the charm of this lovely Georgian House. On the evening of our arrival,as it was a Saturday,we had sandwiches and bottled beer in the quiet downstairs bar.Like the breakfasts,the quality was very good Staff are friendly and helpful.We would happily stay again,the bus to the centre passes by the hotel,and there is free parking at this hotel.

    « A quiet room, a great nights sleep and an excellent breakfast! »

    We stayed for one night only over the Bank holiday weekend. I has booked directly and so had the chance to make a request for a quiet room. On arrival, our booking requests had been noted and we were shown to a quiet room, facing the courtyard at the side/rear. It was perfect. The bathroom had obviously recently been updated and was large and extremely well appointed. The large shower/bath was fitted with a powerful 'wake the dead' shower. We enjoyed a comfortable and peaceful nights sleep. In the morning we made tea and coffee from the adequate selection available, showered, dressed and went down for breakfast. The breakfast offerings were generous, varied and fresh. On booking we had opted for full breakfast and were very happy bunnies. The staff and owners were engaging, professional and extremely helpful. I would not hesitate to stay there again and am happy to warmly recommend it. By the way, although the hotel appeared full, we did not experience any problems with the amount of free parking spaces

    « Suprised it is only a three star »

    Stayed here two nights with friends. We had large spacious rooms of the third floor - which were well appointed and spotlessly clean. The hotel, while on the outskirts of Bristol, is on a regular bus route in and out of the city - so you can leave your car in the car park. All the staff were extremely friendly and helpful - while professional. The hotel is in a quite location but close to a busy road which, if your rooms are to the front of the hotel, may be a bit noisy - so take earplugs if you want a lie in. Did not have dinner at the hotel but had breakfast on the last day which while very good was relatively expensive at £12.50 for a cooked breakfast. We really enjoyed our stay and will stay again when we are next in Bristol.

  • 5
    « Stay in Character »

    A hotel with an enormous character: rustic, yet the interior is splendid with very comfortable bed, ultra modern bathroom, television and coffee making facility. I like the rooms in the annex which give you the feeling of more independence and freedom. The restaurant is a must. Beautiful and very tasty food. and you can enjoy your after dinner coffee and drink in the beautiful garden area. Perfect to relax after a days work. The staff at the hotel however are what makes the difference. Excellent.

    « Quiet out of city location »

    We had a one night stay at the weekend, so the restaurant was not open in the evening. Local options in walking distance are not great, Toby Carvery or a few take-aways / a balti house (mostly serving take away / deliveries). The accommodation is in a lovely old house. The room was spacious and clear, with a large bathroom with both bath and excellent shower. The bed was a little hard for us, but that might be personal taste. Because it's an old house the sound proofing was naturally not great, so we could her the TV from a guest upstairs. Breakfast was of a high standard - yoghurt, cereals, pastries, a range of cooked options which were of a high standard. The side plates are an odd shape, making it difficult to actually use functionally, but they looked nice (would prefer functional to aesthetics), that said the toast was made with excellent bread. The coffee was proper coffee! We only met three members of staff (reception and at breakfast), all of whom were very friendly and helpful.

    « Enjoyable stay »

    We stayed two nights at the hotel to attend a wedding in the city. Our room was upstairs in the annexe and was very comfortable and well appointed. A lovely ensuite bathroom was attached which also contained a surprisingly large built-in wardrobe, although with a low hanging rail, full length dresses or coats might be a problem. These rooms are not ideal if you have any disability or are particularly tall as they are at the top of a staircase in the eaves. My average sized husband had to be careful! Dinner is not available on Saturdays or Sundays, but we enjoyed a lovely meal on the Friday night. The menu is small, but had some interesting choices and what we had was delicious. Staff were extremely helpful, booking a taxi, showing us to our room, facilitating a very quick room service on the Saturday morning so we could get back in to change and providing extras like water glasses with a smile. Service in the dining room was perfect, not too fast nor too slow. All in all an enjoyable stay and, if you don't want to be right in the city, an excellent location.

    « Lovely Family-owned hotel »

    We stayed here for a family wedding just five minutes away. Reviews were great so we weren't worried but as a very fussy guest, I'm always a little apprehensive. Expectations were surpassed in every way. The room was spotless and the bathroom modern and attractive. Breakfast was delicious with home-made jams and high quality produce and the gardens just the icing on the cake. Don't let the Best Western name mislead you - this is a boutique hotel and a real gem. It's also excellent value!

    « Excellent value, service and location »

    My partner and I stayed at this hotel for one evening at an extremely reasonable £69 for B&B. The lady on Reception was very professional, warm and friendly - and was willing to please throughout our stay. The grounds are charming and breakfast was splendid. The hotel is situated in the old part of Henbury, which means we were just a few minutes' walk from the wonderful Blaise Hamlet. Even closer were the ancient Parish Church, Castle, Museum and Parklands. If you like history then I recommend you spend a couple of hours exploring these places - I also recommend this hotel

    « Lovely comfortable hotel »

    Booked weekend for a wedding in Bristol . Lovely room very kind helpful staff. Quite big bedroom room in main house. Nice bathroom and shower. Comfortable. Good breakfast each morning, great variety available. Would stay again.

    « Great Weekend »

    Stayed two nights. Staff were lovely. We had the restaurant to ourselves on the Friday night as all other guests were from a wedding party and were out together. Breakfast first rate. Food well presented. Lovely garden (we didn't get to enjoy as it rained most of the time). Good centre for touring the area. Went to Bath and Cheddar Gorge.

    « Business Stay »

    I have stayed several weeks in The Henry lodge hotel. The rooms are clean decorated vintage, the bathroom is new and the shower is splendid. The breakfast is served by a very friendly lady who takes well care of all your needs. The reception staff is most helpful and even arranges some late sandwiches if you return after closere of the restaurant. This hotel makes your business trip feel at home. (Marleen, Belgium)

    « Comfy bed and lovely staff »

    Lovely room with a very comfortable bed so had a very good night's sleep. Breakfast had a good selection of cooked/continental. My meeting was down the road from this hotel so for me it was extremely convenient but I don't know how close it is to general points of interest.

    « First Class Period Gem »

    A lovely period building which has been tastefully updated by the owners. Bed extremely comfortable and the shower was probably the best we have experienced during our extensive travels. The evening meal in the hotels restaurant was fantastic as was the breakfast and the service by the friendly staff was excellent. All this in a convenient location close to Blaise Castle which was a welcome diversion from the city nearby. Thoroughly recommend this hotel

  • 5
    « A real winner »

    We were so impressed with this hotel. It is situated in a leafy suburb with plenty to explore in the area. The room, up in the eaves, was comfortable and sparkling clean. Breakfast was plentiful and well cooked. However, the thing that really sets this place apart is the staff. They were all so friendly and helpful, making us feel very welcome.

    « Business trip »

    All went well very welcoming, beautiful gardens. The bar was small but the person who serve me was extremely helpful. All staff pleased to help. Bed was so comfortable, pillows very soft , the bath we had was newly decorated. Breakfast very nice and very good quality produce with a great selection. The only down side was the entrance to the car park was slightly narrow.

    « One night stay....all in all ok. »

    We stayed here for one night on the way down to was very clean and spacious. Dinner in the hotel was ok also...decent quality although the pasta with mullet was not great. Breakfast was good quality and coffee was hot and lovely...not that cheap rubbish. Staff were all very friendly and the young lady at breakfast was especially pleasant and very well mannered. Yes, would stay there again as all in all not bad...

    « Lovely quiet hotel in leafy surroundings »

    The hotel was fabulous, good sized room with modern decor, very clean and serviced very well on a daily basis, fantastic friendly staff. Lovely view out the window onto the pond in the garden from breakfast room. Nice leafy location, the car park was a little snug to get in and out of but with ample parking spaces. Hope to visit again soon!

    « As good as ever »

    I have been using this Hotel for several years now and the staff there are like an extension to my family. It's like home from home. A proper little gem with great food, very comfortable beds and making me feel very much looked after.

    « Pleasant discovery »

    Looked close to my destination and fitted the bill for an overnight stay. Very pleasantly surprised by the hotel - it seemed like a genteel oasis in a rather busy area of suburban Bristol. Impressed by the reception staff and the room which was in the converted stable block. The room was very modern and immaculate. Due to unusually hot weather the hotel had decided to do a barbecue for dinner - food was good and the garden was the ideal place for a very pleasant meal. I cannot fault the hotel and will visit again soon.

    « A Pleasant Stay »

    Initially booked a Friday and Saturday night stay but liked the hotel enough to spontaneously book the Sunday night On Saturday afternoon! Hotel staff were friendly and accomodating, and the room itself was cosy, clean, and just the right size for the lair of us. The bathroom was very modern and the shower was amazing - very powerful with lots of stream settings. There were plenty if plug sockets in the room, with sockets next to the bed which makes a change from some hotels we've stayed in recently. There were good tea and coffee facilities, which were freshly replenished every morning. There were a few not so good points however. if you are a light sleeper, prepare to have a disturbed nights sleep, if you are staying in rooms 22 or 23, you will hear the road noise and anyone walking past. As well as this, the smoke alarms are very sensitive to steam so you must keep the door to the bathroom closed when showering! I think it would be good for the hotel staff to tell all guests on check in this as if one person sets the alarm off, every rooms alarm sounds! we found ourselves being woken up to the smoke alarm at 08:30 on Saturday morning! All in all it was a very pleasant stay and definitely worth a visit!

    « Hidden gem »

    A wonderful hotel that is very reasonably priced, immaculately clean and contains well designed rooms. The bathroom had been recently updated and the general quality of the hotel was surprising The staff were polite and efficient, and both dinner and breakfast were delicious. We will definitely be returning here during our next visit to Bristol

    « Great Hotel »

    My wife and I stayed here last night for the first time. We were both impressed with the room and the hospitality of the staff, the food was excellent, we loved it. Yes we will stay here again and we recommend this hotel.

    « Saturday night stay »

    Hotel is easy to find and looks delightful from the outside. We were given a room in the adjoining building. Although very clean the bedroom decor was a little dated with swirly plastered walls painted yellow. But as we were only there to sleep the walls weren't too important! The room was a good size and the furniture an eclectic mix of old and modern. The bathroom was spotlessly clean and modern, the only blip was that the shower head had not been replaced securely on its holder so the water went everywhere soaking our toilet bags and contents, until I realised what the problem was and rectified it. The bed was very comfortable with lots of pillows however we were woken in the early hours by latecomers slamming the front door and thundering up the stairs to their rooms above. We were then woken at about 8am when they got up and did a lot of walking around overhead. I would stay at Henbury Lodge again but would ask for an upstairs room if I was in the annex.

  • 4
    « Very good Best Western »

    A really good hotel which we would have given five stars except we had a room at the front which suffered from traffic noise during the day. We arrived early but had no problem leaving our car and booking in later after our day in Bristol - bus stop right outside the hotel with frequent service. The girls on reception throughout our stay were brilliant - very welcoming and efficient. Our room was spacious and comfortable with a modern bathroom plus the Internet was very proficient. Breakfast too ,of a good standard. Would definitely use again if in the area.

    « Lovely hotel close to the M5 and Cribbs Causeway »

    Firstly, pretty much both ways you approach this hotel are slightly dodgy areas - DON'T BE PUT OFF, this is a lovely hotel in a nice setting, its just past some not so nice areas! When we arrived, I was impressed that reception had linked two separate bookings through two separate sites together into one booking as I expected this to be a problem. The check-in was great and gave us all the info we needed. Our room was spacious and nicely decorated (Room 1). The only slight downsides were that the TV was a little bit high mounted on the wall and the entrance to the shower means you have to squeeze past the towel rail a bit - however, you are in an old building so this did not detract from the experience. Breakfast on both mornings was very good and freshly cooked with lots of choices. Sunday morning at about 9am was very busy and food took a little while to arrive - but if you want freshly cooked, it takes time. My only criticism was that often some of the continental options and juices ran out and you had to ask to top them up. Also, there was only a small selection of pastries which also ran out on both days. I think you would struggle just to have a continental breakfast as you only had cereals, toast and yogurt with dried fruit. Service was great throughout and I would definitely come back again and recommend...

    « One of the finest »

    What a wonderful surprise. This hotel is beautiful. Large rooms with luxurious bed. Large bathroom. So different from last night where we stayed in a dive called Central Hotel in Cheltenham. £129 for a cramped low class room and no breakfast. Just disgusting. I would recommend Best Western Henbury Lodge in Bristol to everyone. Very refreshing to know not everyone is out to rip you off. £94 including breakfast.

    « Really great hotel in the Bristol Area »

    Really great hotel. Decor, room, service and especially the restaurant were excellent. I agree not a typical Best Western and the best I have been in (and I've been in a lot through my work). Friendly relaxed atmosphere, breakfast was good (and they serve real orange juice, not "from concentrate". I will definately use this hotel next time I'm in the Bristol area. Dr Howard

    « Fabulous hotel »

    Delighted with our nights stay. All the staff were friendly, helpful and charming. Our room was a good size, lovely en suite, very clean. Our evening meal was delicious and we would definitely stay here again. Thank you for creating a great place to stay. Our room was in The converted Stables and we had hardly any traffic noise.

    « A great dinner, but a terrible bed »

    I had asked for a ground floor room, so we were put in another building behind the main building. The room was all right, but the bed was terrible -- a double bed, lumpy and soft, with the center higher than the sides. Our dinner was excellent, one of the best on the trip -- I can't remember our starters, but our mains were crumbed cod with asparagus -- just delicious!

    « Delightful Hotel »

    This hotel is not a typical Best Western. It is quite delightful, with very modern bathrooms, comfortable beds. Nice size room N0.4 But N0 3 is absolutely huge. Noted for our next stay. The breakfast was made to order and very nice especially the tasty mushrooms. We spent Saturday night there for £99.The cooked breakfast is £12.50. Would definitely stay again.

    « Small Boutique Hotel, disguised as a Best Western! »

    Before arriving at this hotel my expectations were not very high, it was a relatively cheap price for bed and breakfast and was just a place to park our heads after a day at a wedding. WOW was I wrong! Firstly the hotel building and gardens were quite impressive, more like a boutique small hotels of the world then a Best Western. The service was really good from check in to breakfast to check out, nothing was a problem and people were courteous and friendly. The room was lovely it was big and roomy, with a large modern bathroom and extremely comfortable bed. Breakfast was good value and good quality, importantly it included a real choice of coffee, rather then just filter. By writing this review I am possibly giving away one of Bristol's best kept secrets but they deserve it... Well done Best Western!

    « Luxury at a budget price »

    I really cannot fault this hotel and it offers remarkable value. Though somewhat out of the city the drive in is easy. The room was reminiscent of those at double the price and breakfast was ample and with good local ingredients. I am staying there for a second time soon.

    « Best Western Indeed »

    Best Western offer very pleasant stays and a reliability that offers confidence. However there can be a down side to reliability but the Henbury Lodge has managed to do something rather unique: offers confidence in the brand and also surpasses expectations. I won't say that you wouldn't think you're at a Best Western because we highly rate the chain and use them frequently but this place stands out as one of our favourites.

  • 5
    « A wonderful mix of old and new »

    This was my first stay at Henbury Lodge and it wont be my last. It was a wonderful mix of the modern with beautifully furnished bathroom facilities, great restaurant and above all LOTS of electric pints for the business traveller to charge the iPad, laptop and phone etc. - the later normally being a BIG problem in hotel rooms. And yet it was all set in a lovely old building with a beautiful little walled garden complete with koi. Definitely one of my top 10 UK Best Western stays.

    « Excellent for overnight stay »

    Upon arriving the hotel looked very traditional and quaint, as was the reception. The rooms were amazing, large modern with a large and modern bathroom. We had a wonderful meal and evening in a local nearby Pub. The Hotel served a good breakfast. The staff were friendly and helpful

    « A pleasant stay »

    We stayed for two nights, having stayed here before and were pleased that the atmosphere has not changed. Quieter than the usual chain hotels, with a 'personal service' style to the place. The restaurant dinner/breakfast is excellent. The rooms are individual and very comfortable. The only 'downside' was that the weather was warm and we wanted a window open - however, there is a main road outside which carried a lot of traffic throughout the night, which made sleeping a difficult.

    « A well above average weekend in a "Country Home" so close by the City »

    You can tell the owners like things to be "just right" whether the bedroom and bathroom fittings, and especially the front desk staff who are smiling and ready to meet all requests. The same with breakfast staff who seem to rush to place your breakfast orders and bring them back swiftly with a "I'm not-in -a rush smile". Surrounded by a walled garden and herb garden too with some fine trees it is hard to imagine the city is so close and we took the bus, conveniently close by.

    « Great service and food »

    Stayed one night with my wife before visiting Bristol zoo. This hotel was easy to find and has a lovely facade. The room was great too. It was quite big with a comfortable double bed. The room came with a tv, iPod dock alarm clock and plenty of sockets via an extensive lead. The wardrobe was full of character as was the sash window. The bathroom was modern with a shower over the bed. The shower was powerful and stayed at a temperature too. Dinner was very nice with some interesting menu choices on offer. The prices were reasonable too eg. £20 for a bottle of wine. We had cooked breakfast and really enjoyed that too. The service was quick and we were made to feel very welcome. We would definitely stay here again.

    « Midweek break »

    Booked Henbury Lodge through TripAdvisor based on the earlier reviews. Not disappointed. Service was attentive without being intrusive. Meals were good although at the top end of what we'd expect to pay in this type of accommodation. A good range of wines were available by the glass. We have some dietary requirements that were handled with understanding and no fuss. For the touristy bit, we were able to leave our motorcycle in the car park and get a bus directly into Bristol. The bus stop is right outside the hotel and an all-day ticket for £4.00 gave us the flexibility to explore the sights where ever we wanted.

    « Overnight Break »

    We stopped off on route to Cornwall and found the hotel easily due to its proximity to junction 17. It met our needs perfectly and the room we had was good with a bathroom that was clean and well appointed. We ate in the restaurant both for dinner and breakfast and the food was fine and lived up to the online descriptions. The hotel is worth a visit and has more charm and character than similarly located budget hotel.

    « Lovely hotel »

    Great period hotel. Staff very helpful and friendly. Breakfast and evening meal was very tasty and well presented. Room was a very good size, bed very comfortable. Minor downside in that the sash windows let in some road noise, but overall an excellent hotel. Also very handy for buses into Bristol (bus stop outside hotel, catch No 1 for £4 all day) if you want to avoid the hassle of driving and paying hefty parking charges.

    « Lovely »

    We had a lovely stay in Henbury Lodge. Beautiful, old house. We stayed over a weekend and restaurant wasn't open but the bar menu was delightful. The sandwiches were filling to say the least. Rooms were comfy and beds ok. Owners were very obliging. Not too far from Bath and the Cotswalds.

    « Great food. Great service. »

    Took my wife for a meal at Henbury Lodge Hotel this Monday. What a really great experience. Had a relaxing drink in the garden before placing our food order with the very helpful waitress. A lovely choice of interesting menu items awaited us. Each course was beautifully presented with matching tastes. Dessert was a difficult choice with the "wierd and wonderful" ice creams being very tempting. An evening of tasty foods and great service in a relaxing location.

  • 5
    « Wonderful little hotel with fantastic staff »

    I stayed at the Henbury lodge for 1 night with 2 young children, we booked last minute but the hotel was absolutely perfect. The hotel has character, the rooms were large, very clean and the bathroom was brand new (shower was fabulous!). The staff were extremely helpful and wonderful with my children. The location is great, right next to Blaise Castle & Park which the children loved. We'll definitely be staying again for our next trip to Bristol!

    « Enjoyed it greatly »

    I must say I love hotels like this, out of the ordinary, quaint. Giant bed, hard to get out of, great shower, comfy rooms, big windows. Ironing board and iron if you need them. No minibar but I didn't mind. Lovely garden, good breakfast and a very friendly staff. If I'm ever in the area again will definitely stay there.

    « My favourite business trip hotel »

    I use this hotel frequently when on business in the Bristol area and it's spot-on. Very close to M5 and closer still to Cribs causeway shopping centre which is ideal for the cinema and restaurants if you don't fancy eating at the hotel. The food at the hotel has always been superb for me and the burger and chips I had on my last stay was truly mouthwatering. Staff are always very friendly and I have stayed in the main building and the outside rooms and they are both really nice - clean, tidy and beds very comfortable. Only negative thing about the hotel - and it's totally outside their control - was waking up one morning to find my car covered in bird poop - so my top-tip is don't park under the big tree which is on the right hand side when you drive in. Big crows or seagulls in Bristol- ha ha ha!

    « Pleasant stay »

    I stayed here last Saturday night I have 2 complaints one my confirmation email addressed me by my first name not my surname and I felt this was unprofessional as we are not friends. I arrived at the hotel checked in I honestly can't not fault the level of service it was fabulous truly fabulous. I got shown to my room but it didn't have a bath so asked for a room with a bath and got one without any problem. My only big disappointed is that they don't serve food on a weekend which I think is crazy full hotel yet no restaurant open seriously that's not good!!! As a diabetic I need to eat before I have my insulin I booked this hotel to see what it is like before I booked for them to stay I don't live that far but don't sadly have a 10 bedroom house!! The lovely receptionist told me that she gets lots of complaints about not opening the restaurant on a weekend. Sadly the nearest pub is the Toby Carvery however avoid that place they have been in the local press for using kitchen pans in the men's toilets yes you did read that right disgusting!! The only other nearest place is Cribs Causeway and if you want a drink you can't drive however there is a bus stop outside the hotel. I got up and missed breakfast as it stops at 10 most places on a Sunday have breakfast between 10.30 -11.00 am however the lovely receptionist made me a slice of toast what I don't understand is they make fresh bread everyday but can't be bothered to open the restaurant in the evening for hotel guests!!! Makes absolutely no sense tbh for customer services in give 10 our of 10 sadly I felt that the poor receptionist was being treated like a slave as the poor woman did absolutely everything I didn't see another member of staff sadly. Pay attention to what your guests want open your restaurant at weekends stop treating your poor lovely receptionist as a slave hire more staff. What happens if someone books a wedding with you on a Saturday what do you say so sorry we don't open the restaurant on a weekend so if you want food sorry you can't have any but there is a chip shop just up the rd !! This is horrendous and disappointing my guests won't be staying with you on the weekend I've booked them in too the Celtic Manor Hotel and Spa. However if it were a week day I would book them into your hotel is really hope that you take my complaint seriously. Lovely hotel as long as you don't want food on the weekend they do bar snacks but are not great however my sandwich was nice after they changed the stale bread I wasn't charged for it either. Stay here in the week it's lovely but ask for a room at the back of the hotel as it's on a very busy main Rd and you won't get a good night's sleep sadly

    « Very nice stay. »

    What's to say other than all I want in a hotel is a comfy bed with soft pillows. I got it!!!!!! I have stayed in over 50 hotels in the past 3 years and this by far was the nicest room by miles. Didn't try the food so can't comment there. Staff where fab. We arrived at gone 11pm and the gent on the desk was so welcoming. We will be returning.

    « Great Stay »

    stopped on a Saturday night, stayed in room 20, away from main hotel building only 10meters from Hotel, room was excellent spotless and modern, staff were great, even had late drink when returning from night out 2am, 5 mins from J17 M5 so great when travelling on M5 etc although approx 5 miles from Bristol centre and Taxis really expensive in Bristol ! excellent hotel

    « Very friendly hotel »

    I've stayed at the Henbury Lodge Hotel a couple of times for business when I've had the ?joys' of visiting Avonmouth. So my stays have been rather perfunctory ones with an early departure before breakfast is served. My one over-riding impression is that all the staff I've met are very friendly, professional and keen to help (for instance offering that the night porter can arrange something for me before I depart, but at that hour in the morning I'm not yet hungry!). Compared to some of the curmudgeons you meet at some places it is a refreshing change. The building is an old 18th century house and so has been adapted/converted. Every time I stay in an old building such as this I always think it is a shame that modern fire-regulations require such buildings to have endless ugly fire-doors. Each room is individual, some smaller, some bigger, and you can sometimes hear creaky floor boards from other rooms. This didn't keep me my awake: I found the beds comfortable and I've always slept well here. From what I've seen all the bathrooms are modern, and the rooms are clean and in good condition if slightly idiosyncratic. If you want a more bland experience there are plenty of chain hotels in Bristol and at Cribbs Causeway. The hotel is a couple of miles from Junction 17 of the M5 and so is quick to get to from the motorway. If you are working in Avonmouth you can also cut through the back lanes easily to get there and avoid the motorway. I ate here the first time I stayed, and the meal wasn't what I expected. I ordered chicken saltimbocca expecting it to be akin to the more usual pork saltimbocca. It was the weirdest saltimbocca I have ever tasted. The waitress to her credit noticed that I hadn't enjoyed it, but when she checked with cook he was adamant there was nothing unusual about it. I was readily offered something else in its place. All in all from my limited experience I like the place. There are small flaws, but it has some of the friendliest staff I've come across and the building is individual. Perhaps the restaurant is trying a bit too hard to be different ? while I like something different on the one occasion I ate here it missed the mark. I hope to stay here again and will give the restaurant another try.

    « Lovely cosey, home feel hotel »

    we booked for a two night stay. Looked around at a lot of hotels in Bristol and based on the reviews read decided to book at Henbury Lodge. The hotel is set outside of the city itself, but with easy access to the city. we decided to use the local bus service to go into the city (very frequent service and very reasonable fare) rather than battle through city traffic by car. The hotel had the added advantage of free parking for residents; something that seems to be a bit of a luxury after looking at a number of hotels within the city. The hotel was cosey, spotlessly clean with friendly and helpful staff. The decor is in keeping with the style of the building. Our standard double room was comfortable, although very warm even through the heating did not appear to be on. Once again the ensuite bathroom was very clean and the walk in shower was fabulous. We had a room at the front of the hotel, which meant there was quite a lot of noise from the traffic, but this did lighten off considerably late evening. The buffet breakfast was nice, and although we did not order any cooked breakfast, the menu for this looked to provide a good range.

    « Disappointing »

    Seeing all the wonderful reviews of this hotel, I had high hopes. In fact, it was difficult to get anything in Bristol at short notice, so I guess I got the last room. At £109 for a night for one person, it was not good value for money. If there had been two of us, we would have had difficulty fitting into the small bed, and would have ended up rolling into the centre. For one, it was about right. It is an old building, so suffers from a large room, high ceiling, with a little bed in one corner. It's not cosy. The room was quite cold, but the bed very warm, with a thick duvet possibly not suitable for the warmer weather. The bathroom was Ok, but the whole thing wasn't anything to write home about. Another disappointing factor apart from the poor value for money, was the food in the restaurant. A lot of rich food and it would have been nice to have plainer and healthier choices. The staff were very helpful and pleasant, and the location was quite good and quiet. However, if you don't have a car, you are a long way from anywhere although there are buses from the road outside, but the service varies according to the time of day.

    « Relaxing & friendly hotel »

    We have just spent the weekend in Bristol staying at the Henbury Lodge Hotel. The room was very comfortable and everything was spotlessly clean and the hotel its self is an interesting historical building . The staff are friendly and helpful. There is a restaurant on site but I don't think it does a full dinner menu at the weekends, so can not comment on that. The breakfast is very good though and good value. The hotel is situated on the northern side of Bristol and very convenient for visiting the area.

  • 5
    « Pleasantly surprised by the city rural setting »

    The lovely old house has been converted to hotel and is on the outskirts of the city. The location has a rural feel and the hotel and gardens have been well maintained. Decor of the rooms is modern and clean and the owners clearly take pride in their business. It is a small hotel with rooms in the main building and annexe. We stayed in the main building, essentially Georgian, and built of bath stone with tall shuttered windows and elegant proportions. Floors naturally sag and original windows might be draughty in a gale. We drove to the hotel. Travelling into the city centre by public transport might not be very convenient.

    « Fantastic Breakfast! »

    Lovely little hotel in a quiet area located about 4 miles from central Bristol. Plenty of parking, helpful staff and a really super breakfast. Our bathroom was very modern with an amazing shower and the room was large with a mix of old and new styles.

    « Amazing place, friendly staff »

    I've stayed here twice for work and I must say that I have enjoyed my stay very much. The rooms are exquisite and brilliantly decorated. Lots of old features and details, but with modern bathrooms! The staff were very friendly. Always aprachable and nothing too much trouble to do. I would love to return. Only downside was one room was in noisy location (above kitchen) but when I mentioned this, they offered to move me, but I did not want to move, so they asked the kitchen to be quieter, rest of my stay quieter.

    « Convenient location with parking »

    We stayed at this hotel for one night, we found the hotel to be very clean, warm and welcoming. The staff were excellent and my husband really enjoyed his full English breakfast!! We would definitely return.

    « Great Stay »

    A lovely hotel with charming staff. Many thanks to Lila who greeted me and made me feel so welcome. Room was spotless with a boutique feel - far from your idea of a corporate hotel. (Room 20). Can't comment on food as I didn't eat there due to time constrictions. The only thing that I can point out as a petty niggle is that the bright bathroom light came on the instant you opened the door (as did the fan). This may be health & safety requirement, but if you need the bathroom in the middle of the night be prepared for the blinding light to wake you right up! Highly recommended and very good value.

    « Country house »

    I loved the bathroom in my suite. It was modern and really well done. Contrasted with the room which was a mixture of old and new. The house is old and some of the rooms are large and elegant, the corridors are narrow and less charming. I arrived very late, which wasn't an issue for the night staff. I left before breakfast so didn't try it. I would not have been able to find the place without my TomTom. I still have no idea where it was but it seemed to be on the edge of the city. Free wifi was good and there was plenty of space to park for free. There is no fridge but there was tea and coffee making facilities. It worked well for a quick stopover for me.

    « Great VFM »

    A charming hotel with extremely friendly and helpful staff. Lovely large room.....and bed ! Food was gorgeous and good VFM. Small car park, but room for most cars. A lot of thought has gone into customer service here

    « family meal »

    We visited this hotel for a family birthday meal last month. From the welcome we got as we entered reception to the waitress and bar staff all were so helpful and friendly. The food was outstanding and beautifully presented. We all tried different dishes and were stunned by them all. We were offered freshly onsite baked bread olives and oils whist we made our choices. I chose a vegetarian Wellington which was really tasty. The grandparents said the steaks were so succulent and tender. Everything was A1. Couldn't fault this restaurant. Well done to all involved.

    « a charming hotel »

    We stayed here for a Friday night en route to Cardiff (rugby on, so no rooms available) and it was lovely-like staying in a country Manor House. Our room was an attic room, very spacious with a lovely bathroom-no complaints, you can hear the traffic from this room but living in London I think I'm used to it now! My only disappointment was the restaurant wasn't open which was a shame as it looked lovely, we had the bar food instead which was ok, but I would have loved to have had cheese & biscuits or something to sit and eat with a bottle of wine in the lounge area as unlike so many hotels this was like a living room and I think you'd miss out if you didnt take advantage of it!. The breakfast was really good quality-one of the nicest breakfasts Ive had (try the home made marmalade), staff were accommodating when we had to leave early and made us a cooked breakfast earlier than they usually open. This is a place I'd definitely stay again-there are buses running outside to take you into the City Centre so easy access and better than staying in a soulless chain hotel.

    « Personal and friendly hotel »

    An hotel that made me feel a valued guest. If you want to avoid the suffocating "efficiencies" of the large chains then this would be a place to stay if it suited your location. It is not central for the City centre but if you need to stay nearby or en route to elsewhere this should be on your preferred list. More suited to a short stay perhaps than for a longer holiday.

  • 4
    « Very good staff but a noisy room »

    This was a good stay. The reception staff were very helpful in ensuring that dinner was available even though I was going to be close to last orders. Both dinner and breakfast were of good quality and freshly cooked. The room was clean and comfortable and the facilities were fine. My only complaint was the noise from the road. My room was very close to a busy road and suffered badly from traffic noise until very late.

    « Business trip »

    Very friendly staff members who were only too happy to help with everything. Very comfortable bed and the room had more than enough radiators to keep the room warm. Excellent food and a lovely change from the bigger hotels

    « Several small niggles.... »

    3 stars rather than 4 stars for me as some small issues detracted during my stay. Clearly well appointed and first impressions, including the welcome, very good. However, my room, large and in the annex, had lots of low, characterful but rather annoying after a while, beams. The hotel was also far too warm, soporifically so. The car park is a little too small and quite challenging to negotiate once it gets full. However, the biggest issue on this visit, was the food. It tries to be quite pretentious but at the end of the day the quality has to match up. My steak was poor. Gristly and tough and the chips few in number and not that appetising. Perhaps an off night in the kitchen. A shame, because this hotel could easily be top notch and justify the per night price tag. It's not cheap!!

    « Brilliant place to stay »

    This is a Best Western hotel using an old building. The room was nice and comfy, but the motion sensor in the very modern bathroom a bit annoying in the night. Had a superb quality evening meal and breakfast the next day. Can't fault the superb attentive staff. Bus stops outside get a £4 all day ticket as I'm told parking around £15!! Very regular service and the staff very knowledgeable about where to go. Will visit again.

    « Overnight stay »

    Well, what a wonderful experience! The receptionist (Lilla) was extremely efficient and clearly enjoys her job,nothing was to much trouble, she even opened the main hotel door on arrival and escorted us to our room, and later serving us with pre-dinner drinks. This young lady is clearly an asset to the hotel management. Our room was very clean and warm with a comfortable bed, ideal for our needs. The evening meal was superb, the menu was limited this in our view allowed the chef to excel with quality and presentation, as with Lilla, the waitresses in the restaurant for both dinner and breakfast were clearly proud of the hotel.

    « Great hotel near Bristol and Bath »

    This is a great hotel if you are visiting Bristol but do not want to stay in the city. The quality of the room we stayed in was excellent and in terms of cleanliness it was spotless. The staff are all lovely and could not be more helpful.

    « Pleasant Hotel »

    Business trip to Bristol. Unfortunately my business destination is not near any decent hotels. I tried Henbury Lodge as its in the BW chain and generally speaking they offer good value for money. Plus points , The staff, very helpful and polite, decent room (too warm), great shower, comfy bed, free parking and free wifi (slow). Not so good. Breakfast. Rather disappointing for the cost as some aspects were overcooked and the toast served with burnt edges. Tried the local Pub for an evening meal.... they don't do food on Mondays! so used the local Toby. Great value . Would I stay again. Yes ,to see if the breakfast issue was a blip.

    « Lovely room and helpful staff »

    My wife and I stayed for one night and were taken to a large room with a lovely bathroom. We thought we had booked for room only, but when we came to check out, we discovered we had paid for breakfast. Although it was after the kitchen was closed, the staff were very kind and gave us breakfast. Not many hotels in my experience would be so accommodating.

    « Character Hotel »

    This was our second visit and again we really enjoyed our stay. This time we stayed in Room No 3 which was really spacious and comfortable with a queen bed and a single bed. The room seemed to have 3 cupboards but one was the toilet and basin and another was the bath, all with shiny new high quality fittings. We enjoyed an excellent dinner and freshly cooked breakfast in the morning.The hotel has a warm and friendly feel and they were so helpful phoning us when we left a bag behind. A hotel that is full of character and highly recommended.

    « Pleasant small, friendly hotel »

    We enjoyed 3 nights stay here. Comfortable, quiet hotel, with welcoming friendly staff. Nice bedroom with comfy bed and excellent bathroom. Great breakfast. Our only complaint would be that the room temperatures were too high. We slept with window open each night, and left them open all day, which seems wasteful.

  • 4
    « A proper hotel »

    An attractive hotyel, providing traditional service at a very good level. Relaxing and friendly. The car park is only just big enough and a bit of a challenge, but all else is fine. A pleasant way to be just on the edge Bristol.

    « Business or Leisure »

    Second visit to this hotel, food great, the staff very professional and pleasant. Just a nice place to stay, sometimes a bit difficult to get too due to the volume of traffic on the roads around Bristol, not a fault of the hotel. Like with any traveling just avoid peak times. In summary, a nice place to stay for business or pleasure, rooms are smart & comfortable. Could do with some Marmite on the breakfast selection.

    « Friendly hotel »

    Really enjoyed our one night stay here. Spacious and comfortable room. Outstanding food at dinner and breakfast with extremely friendly and efficient staff. Nice location in a pleasant and interesting village.

    « Possibly a generous rating..... »

    Stayed here for 1 night on business. Hotel looks nice from the outside, big enough to look like a hotel as opposed to b&b. You did feel like a valued guest from check in to dining. Food was very good, I had sirloin steak. Good, quality local food. The room I stayed in (room 1) was very nice, a double bed with a lovely mattress and a single bed which meant the room was very generous for one person. The reason for the potentially generous ratings were two things: 1: My room was within 6ft of the lounge area to the bar and after a long day I wanted an early night. However with people sat enjoying their night so close to the room, it was as if I was in the lounge with them due to the lack of sound proofing around the door. 2: Went to get a shower the next morning to find there was just like warm water. I managed to get by thinking maybe it was just my room but I heard others on check out mention the same issue. Two points which at £100 per night for room only and food/breakfast which is priced along the same lines in not sure if I was paying myself that I'd rate it 4 stars. That said, I might have been unlucky and will most likely give it another go as its a nice change from the larger chains out there which I normally use.

    « Great Value! »

    We stayed whilst visiting family and were pleasantly surprised! The room was furnished to a high standard and included everything you might need, the bathroom was also stunning, very modern! All staff were friendly and attentive and we enjoyed a well cooked breakfast in the morning. The hotel is well positioned being right next to a bus stop with a route into Central Bristol and offers free parking. We would happily stay again.

    « What a Wonderful World »

    We stayed here for two nights and it was really lovely. A wonderfully looking building from the outside it is equally lovely inside. Welcoming, clean and intriguing. Intriguing? Yes, it's very old and the staircases don't follow the rigid paths of modern hotels, and the rooms aren't standard as they are all different sizes and shapes. Our room was lovely and the bathroom wonderful. A large shower area with a powerful shower, other modern bathroom facilities and impeccably clean. The restaurant is cosy though not overcrowded and the service and food were delightful. Well worth putting on your list if you need to stay close to Bristol though feeling like you're far enough away in a place that makes you feel good.

    « A little bit special »

    We booked to stay at this hotel for a couple of nights before staying with family over the weekend. What a great choice! In a lovely old house, it has been nicely decorated throughout to retain the character. We were greeted warmly on arrival at reception and shown to our room and this welcome extended throughout our stay with friendly interest in our day when we returned. We ate in the restaurant on the first night and the standard of the food was way beyond what you would expect from a chain hotel - excellent choice of seasonal food, well-cooked and presented and friendly staff. Breakfasts were also good with home-made yoghurt and preserves including lemon curd, full English and probably the best smoked salmon and scrambled eggs I have ever had - really thick slices of well-smoked salmon and soft, creamy egg. The room was spotlessly clean, the bed comfortable and the bathroom looked as if it hjad recently been refurbished. I couldn't recommend this hotel highly enough - we will definitely stay again when we are in the area.

    « Excellent service »

    The staff and owners provide an exceptional service in terms of booking taxis and assisting with customers. The décor and room furniture are provided tastefully and with an element of luxury. The food is second to none in being delicious and immaculately presented.

    « Quality Hotel with excellent service »

    The hotel is spotless - glass sinks in the bedrooms which are clear and clean. Beds are extremely comfortable with good pillows for a good nights rest. Restaurant is excellent with super quality food our only complaint is the lighting is too bright so spoils the ambiance. Breakfast was from local farms and was excellent. Very friendly staff.

    « Super find, great hotel »

    Lovely unique hotel with great staff. Spent two nights while on business in Bristol and South Wales, very comfortable and unique rooms. Dinner in bar first night and resteraunt on the second night, both great with delicious freshly cooked food. Staff great through, will stay again.

  • 4
    « Great find in Bristol »

    Stayed here visiting daughter at the university. Convenient with a car for the halls round Stoke Bishop (and had free off-street parking which is a no-hoper in the city). Very friendly, rooms nice and bathroom newly fitted out. Staff all friendly and it had an almost family-run feel about it. (The waitress was married to the chef!) Restaurant surprisingly good for a small unpretentious hotel with only 11 rooms.

    « Great staff and wonderful food »

    Stayed here as a last minute choice when had to leave Central Bristol hotel due to marathon closing the roads on Sunday so I wasn't going to able to get out of the city until the afternoon. So glad I did change! Henbury Lodge staff were friendly, helpful and welcoming (more than could be said for Bristol hotel that shall remain nameless). The room (which was the last one they had and had been a cancellation that day) was in (I assume) the converted old stables or laundry of the historic building. Clean, comfy and warm. But the absolute best thing, for a solo traveller who hates eating restaurants on her own, was room service was the restaurant menu when the dining room was open. And what great food! Would have been a 5 star rating but as it is an old property the soundproofing (if you are downstairs and have someone in the room above) and the plumbing can be a bit noisy. Not a huge problem as the type of guests using this hotel did not appear to be stomping ravers but it was noticeable if you are an early to bed type.

    « A well kept secret I dont really want to share but simply HAVE to »

    Having worked and stayed in Bristol for many years why have I never found this wonderful place!? Cannot fault cleanliness, very comfy rooms. The staff truly went above and beyond. SO friendly,polite and professional without being 'stuck up'. Far better than just staying in a hotel this felt as if we have known it for years and were one of 'the regulars' - without being invasive. The dinner menu was good. The food itself, well ?.. I think I may adopt the chef. I would go there for a meal even if not staying (if that were possible). So, please, in brief, don't waste your money being kept awake in the city centre, unable to open the windows and listening to distant inebriated groups or emergency vehicles . We were surprised at how quiet it was at night. My 4 month grandchild slept like a dream in the cot provided. Next time I have to stay in Bristol this is the place I will be without doubt. Thank you Henbury Lodge Hotel - I wish there were more hotels like you.


    The staff at this hotel cannot do enough to help. We stayed here the night before and after our wedding at the local Kingsweston House. I exchanged numerous emails with the hotel prior to our visit and everything was just perfect. My mum is gluten free but even this was not an issue as they make their own gluten free bread to ensure each and every guest is catered for. The rooms are lovely, the food is delicious. I would highly recommend this hotel and the staff to anybody. Great job and a very stress free stay :)

    « Super Stay in Bristol »

    Very good small hotel. Staff beyond reproach. Breakfast a little bit disappointing, but dinner excellent. Could do with larger menu if staying for more than 2 or 3 days. Room good, large and clean. Bathroom smallish, but very modern. Shower to die for. Overall, would highly recommend.

    « Just perfect »

    We stayed at the Henbury Lodge for two nights Great location ,fabulous room contemporary bathroom And even better ,staff going the extra mile Very impressed by the two young lady waitresses, their attention to detail really spot on . Very friendly and helpful . amongst the best service we've ever received

    « Delightful stopover in Bristol »

    This was my second visit to Henbury Lodge - the staff are well trained and took the trouble to make me feel welcome. The restaurant was highly organised and the meals did not disappoint. I shall be coming back again.


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Depuis : toutes les directions. Prenez la J17 de la M5 (à peine à 2 minutes 30), prenez l'A4018 (indiqué Westbury-on-Trym) et suivez la chaussée à deux voies jusqu'au troisième rond-point. Tournez à droite et roulez jusqu'au bout de Crow Lane. À cette sortie tournez à droite, traversez le Ford et le Best Western Henbury Lodge Hotel se trouve à cinquante mètres sur la droite. Le parking se trouve sur la propriété.