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Highly recommend The Swan! It was a pleasant stay. Helpful staff, comfortable room and good breakfast. Hotel is in a nice setting and we wish we could have stayed a little longer. Plumbing needs attention in the room though and a little expensive for one night. But overall good choice.
Perfect 1night stay, train station 5 mins walk direct train into bath,,lovely village shops and restaurants. We enjoyed our stay, and an evening meal on a cold night by an open fire was a great bonus. But there are good and bad things with this hotel.
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The staff were friendly and the Thai food not included in the room rate was very nice. The bed was comfy and the towels good quality. Location was perfect and there was live music too! But:the rate was expensive gdp for a double room , the hot breakfast portions were small, the communal decor was tired looking, and the hotel should not be rated four stars the interior design does not look as good as the photos.
I also had to pay up front, which I hate doing! The hotel had a pleasant warm and welcoming feel to it the staff were helpful and polite upon arrival, the room was good value for the nights stop over we had a meal in the bar which was excellent a special thanks again to the staffwho's attention and hospitality were first class.
We had a really pleasant stay here. Nice room, nice meal,and handy for the station. The staff were very helpful, despite it being a very busy evening for them. The Swan is in the heart of the town, a perfect setting. We had intended staying in Bath, but we were all so glad we stayed at the Swan instead.
Very pleasant stay - clean, well-equipped rooms, nice breakfast, good pub and helpful, friendly staff. A great little hotel with nice clean rooms, great staff and a cellar bar with live music. Absolutely perfect. However I was very pleased with my room room 6 which was very comfortable - lovely double bed, great tv, very nice shower, plenty of wardrobe space, well lit, and lots of little extras - 2 bottles of water, delicious biscuits, extra toiletries etc.
I found all the staff very pleasant, friendly and obliging, especially Olivia. I was phoned at I would definitely stay here again. The canal towpath between Bath and Devizes not beyond Devizes is one of the finest cycle trails in GB and perhaps more of this could be made in your publicity. One slight criticism - the dinner menu was very strongly biased towards Thai cuisine. This will be a 'plus' for many people but my diet is very traditional. A completed evaluation form hadn't been collected from my room over the previous days and a 'fire exit' sign was missing on the ceiling above an emergency exit, but these are only minor points.
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Lovely Hotel, cannot fault it, stayed prior a 24 hour 3 Peak Challenge, whilst on top of one Peak, received text to say they had no hot water, so could cancel the planned stay on returning from the Peaks - which I did. I was so looking forward to a lovely bath and a relaxing night. If you are looking for good value, great location and friendly staff, this is the place to go!
Lovely open fire in the bar area and very comfotable and spacious rooms. Just wish our stay had been longer so we could have tried the extensive Thai menu served! I had wanted to stay at the Swan for many years as it is such an historic building and right in the centre of town. I booked online and got a cheap rate because it was a late booking. Although there are some lovely bits, the decor of the whole hotel is tired and unappealing. Our room was fine, the bed very comfortable, and the facilities what we expected. However, it was very difficult to have a satisfying shower as there was very little pressure on the hot water.
I also cleaned the mould off the shower head before I used it. There was a good choice for breakfast and we had no complaints with that. The manager was very professional and courteous. Response Thank you for taking the time to review our hotel and we are sorry we did not quite meet up to your expectations on some aspects of your stay, we have recently repainted all the rooms and our maintenance schedule is an ongoing programme with a building that is over years old, having said that we certainly appreciate your comments on the room and will look into this in detail.
Generally speaking we do not have problems with water pressure, particularly in the room you were in and I am very sorry about this, we would like to assure any readers of this review that it is not an issue we have had before or indeed since. Thank you once again for your review an we hope we can welcome you back again to enjoy the beautiful town of Bradford on Avon and all it has to offer. Second stay with you, very friendly staff.
Disappointed that original booking for 2 Deluxe rooms was not met, error at hotel so took edge off our visit this occasion. Response Thank you for taking the time to review your stay, yes we sincerely apologise about the mix up of not being able to give you one of the rooms you had booked, but glad you otherwise enjoyed your stay. We decided to come back to the town where we first met.
The Swan is in an ideal location in the centre of town. Breakfast was lovely and the staff were very friendly and helpful. A friendly, hospitable hotel in a lovely setting. The ideal place for a weekend get-away with friends. I had never been to this hotel before but booked it as a surprise for my husbands birthday, with 4 other couples. All aspects of booking were easy online, and all questions answered excellently my the staff before I booked.
On arrival, the hotel had everything ready for us, and were brilliant! Service and attention to details and keeping things secret, they were great! The rooms were large and airy and clean and the bed was extremely comfortable. I cannot thank the hotel staff enough and would recommend this hotel for a weekend or night away in a lovely part of the English countryside.
An excellent hotel in a beautiful location. Clean and comfortable the hotel retains historic charms. The staff are polite and welcoming - I would thoroughly recommend.
Interesting mix of high quality rooms and 'public bar' type eating! Food was good at dinner and breakfast but environment a bit 'functional'. Definitely the best place to stay to take in the sights of the town. They even turn the church clock of at night.. Lovely family run inn. Guest rooms are large and very well presented Good food, drinks, atmosphere and always something interesting on in the evening. Within a few minutes walk to the train station, which is only 15 mins from Bath.
Warm and friendly welcome. Nice room clean and tidy. Good staff when we had dinner, food good. Breakfast good as well as staff. Would be happy to stay again. Warm welcome, helpful staff and a lovely old hotel. Great for short break but room was a bit tired looking, no soap for hand basin and no toilet roll.
Just little things that need checking but overall a great spot to explore Bath from, relaxing. We stayed overnight at the Swan whilst visiting friends. The staff were very welcoming and the room comfortable with a very large four poster bed. Breakfast next morning was freshly cooked with tasty items of our choice. We enjoyed our stay although it was brief. Response Thank you for your feedback we are glad you enjoyed your stay.
We were visiting Bradford on Avon to attend a concert at the Music Centre. Our most lasting impression will be of the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff. The room was comfortable and of a good size. Food quality was good both at dinner and breakfast. There is a very extensive menu for the former. Would certainly recommend and stay again.
Good location in the centre of Bradford. Room reasonable although lack of hot water was disappointing although compensation provided. Response Thank you for your feedback, once again we apologise for the problems with the hot water which has now been corrected and we hope to be able to welcome you back again in the future. My daughter and I loved our stay at the Swan! A more unusual addition at this parkrun is the refreshments which are supplied after the run. Fruit, water and juice were on offer and even treats for the dogs too — all for a small donation.
What a lovely idea, and again thank you to the volunteers who arrived early to sort all of this out, it was very popular with the runners. After downloading this, you can see all sorts of stats about your parkruns, and there are challenges such as stopwatch bingo, alphabeteer, pirate challenge, compass club and NYD challenge.
If you love your stats then download this — it is fascinating and great fun! It just remains for me to say thank you Stratford upon Avon parkrun — a very friendly community and expertly led by the Event Director Simon Teale who gives all a very warm welcome. This week people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 80 were first timers and 57 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 40 different clubs took part. Since then 8, participants have completed 47, parkruns covering a total distance of , km, including 8, new Personal Bests. To get in touch with us, just send an email to stratforduponavon parkrun.
Today started rather misty as we made our way from South Birmingham but Stratford Upon Avon still welcomed participants! In the number of participants, there was 53 new runners. Well done to you all! Today we would like to say a big thank you to all of the volunteers. The refreshments at the end were much appreciated and a lovely touch — great idea that my Mom was happy to provide a donation for.
We loved the swans on the River as we passed, all the dog walkers and the Bollard Bibs — really good idea! Thank you for an excellent parkrun and we hope to see you all again. Editor's Note: Lauren our reporter has run times and volunteered times; runs in JW age category! There, that got your attention. I appreciate that this is a risky start to my run report, and it will resonate with some of you more than it does with others, but sometimes, it does seem like a bit of a chore to me. The cold, the wet, the fatigue, the time taken out of an already busy day. Sometimes it's easier to stay inside in the warm and eat crisps on the sofa whilst watching tv.
Just me? Anyway, I'm not sure if I was looking for a challenge, looking for an excuse to escape the kids, or looking for a motivator to put on my trainers during January. Perhaps it was a combination of all three. It does exactly what it says on the tin. Complete some form of exercise every day in January, with the aim of raising money for MIND, the mental health charity. Now I'm not a quitter in any case, but once you have people who have invested their hard earned money in the success of your challenge, and a charity relying on those funds, it really does keep you going each day.
And so it has been, for the last 26 days and counting , early in the morning, late at night, in the cold, the wet, the ice, and even on a sprinkling of snow, I've been out pounding the streets, with varying degrees of enjoyment. The one constant pleasure in all of that is parkrun. Even when I ache and feel like I can't run anymore, I know that Saturday will bring me my best time and my most enjoyable run of the week.
I'm not sure what it is that makes it so good. I've tried explaining it recently to work colleagues and it's a very difficult phenomenon to capture. The atmosphere, the professionalism, the enthusiasm, the competitive element, the lack of cost, the cake? My four year old daughter always asks me what biscuit I had at the end, whenever I complete a parkrun.
Her reasons for loving parkrun are perhaps more blatant. Parkrun tackles the saying "you don't get something for nothing" head on, and leaves it looking, frankly, a little foolish. Today's run was my number 59 Stratford's number as a runner, number 5 as a volunteer, and my 5th Parkrun of this RED January. I started the month with a New Year's Day double and was back visiting our friends at Leamington when the travellers kindly decided to test out the Stratford course for us earlier this month.
A fresh winter's morning had greeted our arrival, as we huddled together outside the pavilion during RD John's pre-run briefing. With Leamington parkrun this week enduring their own cancellation, due to the Midlands XC Challenge, a larger than normal number of runners had descended on Stratford for this one, in all. Fortunately the icy footpaths of earlier in the week had been and gone, and with a cool breeze blowing, we had perfect conditions for running.
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As always, some sprinted, some jogged, some walked. No matter. There was the usual array of children, pushchairs and dogs, all finding their own way to complete their 5 kilometres and test out the new parkrun photo frame at the finish. And all of this against the backdrop of the beautiful River Avon, littered with swans and rowers, out and about completing their own morning exertions.
Whatever your motivation was, and whether you actually enjoy running or not, I bet you spent the rest of your Saturday feeling better for having done it. For me it's not so much the running, but the satisfaction you feel afterwards that is the most enjoyable part. I do also wonder how many of you stayed behind at the end to play with the purple bubble wrap? Special thanks, as always, go to the volunteers who made all that good feeling possible.
To get out of bed to go and run is commendable. To give up your Saturday morning to stand out in the cold and enable other people, the majority of whom may be total strangers, to run is a special kind of motivation indeed, and should never go unrecognised. I've recently started applauding their efforts more vigorously at the start, just in case I can't breathe to say thank you as I stumble past on my way round. And so, the results. Joshua Newman was the first runner home in an impressive , closely followed by Jonathan Ashley, First timer Michelle Hutton was the first female runner in a time of And me?
I was delighted to record a new PB for Stratford parkrun. I love running! Apart from on Saturday mornings, of course This week people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom were first timers and 59 recorded new Personal Bests. Representatives of 33 different clubs took part. Since then 8, participants have completed 43, parkruns covering a total distance of , km, including 8, new Personal Bests.
Don't forget February 16th is our 3rd Birthday. All sorts of shenanigans planned. And our new selfie frame will be back next week for more fun like this Paul Carrott, Run Reporter.
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Well done to of you who eschewed the duvet to make it to parkrun. I wonder what changed. Well done to the following milestone runners who cheater the weather with their lovely milestone bibs. You core team try to spot who will be celebrating a milestone in advance, but we're not very good at it. Please send a message in advance if you can! Also congratulations to William Gilles, who came in 32nd place and thereby ran Stratford upon Avon parkrun's , kilometre. That's five times round the world which is why he looks tired.
William has undertaken to keep that medal displayed proudly at home for the rest of his life and never to eat it.
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This week people ran, jogged and walked the course, of whom 37 were first timers and 31 recorded new Personal Bests. Since then 7, participants have completed 40, parkruns covering a total distance of , km , including 7, new Personal Bests. A total of individuals have volunteered 3, times. Ed] David Lucas PS Remember to bring your own cup for a drink next week; the table-tennis table-of-delights is going greener.