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Reviews of Alveston House Hotel, Alveston

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Review by Daniel Lomax on 22nd December, 2008

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We stayed at Alveston House Hotel on the outskirks of Bristol on a Sunday evening in December. Even though the hotel was quiet with it being a Sunday evening the staff could not have been more friendly or helpful. We dined in Carriages Restaurant and had the most wonderful meal. We were not surprised to discover that Carriages has recently been awarded an AA Rosette. We will most definately recommend this hotel to others.

Date visited: 14 December 2008

Review by Anonymous on 30th October, 2008

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Bad Points: on suite bathroom was alittle small and the overhead shower head didn't work very well. General review: Really enjoyed my stay. Was upgraded to a lovely room as your twin room was not available but wasn't really sure when you book on line why the room you had ordered was not available on arrival. I booked one week in advance.

Date visited: 2008-10-30

Review by Anonymous

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Friendly & relaxing atmoshpere.,The Hotel is perfectly located for the motorway network yet remains quiet.All the staff were friendly & helpful. You felt welcome from the moment you checked in. The information given on the internet was accurate.I have used this hotel on two occasions and would recommend it to anybody. I have asked for this hotel to be placed on my employers UK recommended list for the southwest.

Date visited: 14/09/2004

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