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We stayed at this hotel as it was an easier way to access the caves without having to travel the same day - so we traveled the day before, checking into the hotel mid-evening.
The family room we had booked was spacious & bright, clean...More
We decided to stay at the hotel the night before spending the day at the Caves. Lots of easy parking. The hotel was very clean and comfortable. Soft play area open until late for the children. The children were given an activity pack and crayons...More
I visited with my sister and nephew for one night over the Easter weekend, it was on a deal which was really reasonable; this included a round of crazy golf as well.
We visited the caves on the first day which was great, as we...More
OK. Realise it is a budget hotel and then appreciate how good it is. Away from main roads. Large room and as it was just the 2 of us a sofa to sit on! Didn't try the breakfast as not huge morning eaters but could...More
After the adventure of travelling through the Mendip Hills to get here we were given a very warm welcome and quick check in. The room was spacious and comfortable with everything we needed. Great views from our window and plenty of parking space. The food...More
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The staff were kind and efficient throughout our stay. Asking for the Duty Manager when staying at the hotel and showing him/her the problem bed would have been a solution to this problem. Alternatively asking for the... More
The staff were kind and efficient throughout our stay. Asking for the Duty Manager when staying at the hotel and showing him/her the problem bed would have been a solution to this problem. Alternatively asking for the contact details of the Merlin group.