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Beech House, Bristol

6 St Paul's Rd, Bristol BS8 1LT, UK
Beech House Review
4 Star Rating
4 August 2018Beech HouseTags: Bristol, UK, Self Catering reviewsThe Bill: £140 per night

During a recent trip to Bristol we decided to stay at Beech House serviced apartments. The joy of a serviced apartment is their flexibility; with all the home comforts of a hotel, you’re also able to cook if you choose, and really relax with the entire place as your own.

Beech House is ideally located in Clifton, one of Bristol’s most sought-after locations. This placed us in walking distance of not only the shops of the city centre, but also the bustling Park Street, the charming Whiteladies Road and the wonderful Clifton Village. Bristol really is a great city to explore, and during our stay we were excited to get out and about.

The accommodation itself sees a selection of serviced apartments set in a beautiful Victorian building complete with a mews house behind. We understand that each apartment has been individually designed, so we are certainly intrigued as to what delights the others hold.

During this stay, we experienced Apartment 5. The interiors of our apartment were tastefully elegant with striking gold-leaf wallpaper and beautiful embroidered curtains. Our accommodation comprised of a spacious open-plan kitchen, living and dining room space which is perfect for socialising, as well as a comfortable bedroom and a beautifully finished shower room with a re-energising rain shower.

“If you’re looking for an abundance of elegant calm in the heart of one of Bristol’s most sought-after locations, then Beech House serviced apartments is certainly for you.”

We were delighted by the marble fireplace and antique furniture. Our apartment was complete with a lovely Juliet balcony which overlooked an apple tree, providing the perfect spot for our morning coffee. The high ceilings certainly made this apartment feel even more spacious and continued to echo its Victorian charm.

The kitchen was complete with Bosch appliances, including a dishwasher. It provides everything you might need for a spot of cooking whilst entertaining, and you’ll also find a Nespresso coffee machine for that ever-needed morning coffee. There’s also a washing machine available for those who might be staying a bit longer, tucked away in a cupboard out of sight. We were also very pleased to note the bowl of fruit that was waiting for us upon arrival.

Another bonus for us was the small car par, which is most welcomed. Staying in any city centre tends to come with the problem of parking, but at Beech House apartments you’re safe in the knowledge that your car is just outside in a secure space.

We simply cannot fault our stay, everything from the location to the friendly staff was just superb. We were particularly enthralled by Clifton Village, which is just beautiful and we cannot wait to return. If you’re looking for an abundance of elegant calm in the heart of one of Bristol’s most sought-after locations, then Beech House serviced apartments is certainly for you.

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