Best Western The Webbington Hotel and Spa
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Situated prominently on the Southern slopes of the Mendip Hills, the Best Western The Webbington Hotel and Spa offers the very best of comfort and cuisine in beautiful surroundings. This Edwardian manor house has superbly appointed bedrooms, luxurious bars with stunning views and a comprehensive leisure and fitness club with heated indoor pool, cardiovascular suite, gymnasium, steam room, sauna and floodlighted tennis courts. A simply remarkable place to stay and enjoy the delights of the West Country.
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Indoor Pool Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Sauna Free: No
- Steam Room Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: WESTON-SUPER-MARE
- Distance: 8 miles
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: Weston-Super-Mare Distance: 8 miles
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1068 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
1 night stay with children
Stay Date: 02/2018, Paul H wrote this review.
Hotel is characterful and charming with great facilities. The breakfast is standard hotel... nothing special. (No garnish on the kippers and v. Bitter tasting coffee) Initial complications with our checkin and room type but all dealt with well and… See more
Hotel is characterful and charming with great facilities. The breakfast is standard hotel... nothing special. (No garnish on the kippers and v. Bitter tasting coffee) Initial complications with our checkin and room type but all dealt with well and upgrade given. Room was lovely and spacious with balcony. Shame the balcony was covered in beer bottle tops and cigarette ends. - great for the kids. (Obviously not cleaned) and the doors leading out were so stiff we assumed they were locked. - part of the character apparently. Pool was lovely and very clean - pretty cold mind! Didn’t eat in the bar/ restaurant but menu looked nice and lounge area very appealing. Grounds could do with some work but maybe due to the time of year Overall - good location, good staff with nice aesthetics even if some may call it dated. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, jayp1971 wrote this review.
Was at the hotel for Ymca conference. Staff were very good but at times a bit nervous. Rooms wow, meals were well prepared. Only qualm was Why a £10 limit on the card transactions the bar was a nice environment but again bar staff were unsure about p… See more
Was at the hotel for Ymca conference. Staff were very good but at times a bit nervous. Rooms wow, meals were well prepared. Only qualm was Why a £10 limit on the card transactions the bar was a nice environment but again bar staff were unsure about people’s ages not serve them then ask someone after. However would return Collapse
Some good points but disappointing in several respects
Stay Date: 01/2018, Doryhunk wrote this review.
We were at the Webbington as part of a large group booking. Access to the hotel. The hotel would definitely not be recommended for those with limited mobility – access via the main entrance is tricky even for the able-bodied, with a short flight of … See more
We were at the Webbington as part of a large group booking. Access to the hotel. The hotel would definitely not be recommended for those with limited mobility – access via the main entrance is tricky even for the able-bodied, with a short flight of steps and two hard-to-open doors. With suitcases, we struggled. Moreover, as other reviewers have noted, there are no lifts to bedrooms. Location – the hotel is in a rural position, quite isolated if one were to be negative. The hotel has no grounds to walk in; if you want a walk your only option is the narrow local roads which don't have footpaths. The nearest large town, say Weston super Mare, is several miles drive – it takes about twenty minutes. We were in the annex on the second floor. Our room was adequate in terms of facilities but more storage space would have been appreciated. Sound insulation between rooms was poor – we could clearly hear next door's conversation on one side and the TV from the room on the other side. The window wouldn't close fully and so there was a constant drone of traffic from the nearby M5 during the day. On the plus side there were plenty of power points, the free WiFi worked well and the courtesy tray was very good. We both thought the lighting was inadequate for reading. The décor was quite pleasant and reasonably modern. The beds were very firm – too firm for my wife. The bathroom was large and had been refurbished fairly recently. The shower (a Bristan) was the fixed overhead type, not thermostatic but easy to control. Apart from the last morning there was always plenty of hot water. Although there was a warning sticker over the wash basin, the hot water was in my view dangerously hot - the temperature needs to be reduced at source. Room servicing was very good – the bathroom in particular was kept spotless by the cleaning staff. Heating was odd – it was off in the morning when it was needed and came on in the afternoon when we were usually not in the room. Having said that the room generally felt warm. Food – I am sad to say was mediocre. There was no fresh fruit at all. The breakfast buffet was never hot – warm at best. The bacon was consistently dry and hard and the fried eggs looked most unappetising. At dinner there was no main course fish option during our three-day stay. The desserts were uninspiring – there were no sauces for example. The ice-cream, however, was very good. Drinks: a large glass of Merlot from the bar was £6.50. A pint of draft cider was about £4.40. An example of a dinner menu: 1) Soup or Caesar salad or smoked salmon terrine. 2) Steak and ale pie or roast pork or vegetable lasagne. 3) Cheesecake or millionaires bar or ice cream. Dining experience: there were no table menus on the first evening so we were left in the dark as to what was on offer and had to make a quick decision as the courses were being served. The table service was a mixture of self-service and waiter service: starters were served; main course and dessert were self-service with the maître d' controlling access table by table. The staff were all pleasant and helpful with one rather surly exception. Allowing for the fact that it must be a challenge to cater for a large group of guests, we nevertheless felt that the Webbington, particularly in respect of catering, fell below expected standards. Collapse
Perfect weekend break..
Stay Date: 01/2018, John M wrote this review.
Just spent a relaxing weekend at the Webbington Hotel and Spa. Fantastic facilities, had wonderful massage swim and gym etc. Very good room comfortable bed excellent food, good variety of food, great breakfasts and very obliging staff. Looking forwar… See more
Just spent a relaxing weekend at the Webbington Hotel and Spa. Fantastic facilities, had wonderful massage swim and gym etc. Very good room comfortable bed excellent food, good variety of food, great breakfasts and very obliging staff. Looking forward to our next visit. Collapse
Average at best
Stay Date: 04/2017, alexclare2 wrote this review.
The location of the hotel is beautiful. Reception and bar area also create a lovely welcoming area. Once you go past the main entrance and into your room well, it's a different story. I actually want to rate the hotel 2 stars as I'm so tired. The ro… See more
The location of the hotel is beautiful. Reception and bar area also create a lovely welcoming area. Once you go past the main entrance and into your room well, it's a different story. I actually want to rate the hotel 2 stars as I'm so tired. The rooms are not sound proof. If the person in the room above you even breathes the blooming floorboards will creak. Everytime they move, you will hear them. You'll also hear people in the corridors walking about. The rooms are poorly decorated, creams and beiges which dates them. They don't feel clean. There is dust between plugs, along the head board on top of pictures etc. I'm not usually one to be fussy or even look for dust but it doesn't feel right here. The bedroom window was open on arrival (I think because the rooms are so hot) and so I had a few bugs waiting on me when I arrived. The window is ground level to grass and bushes - green view in picture. This also means it's noisy in the morning with birds, but some may like that. Personally I don't at 5 am (not the hotels fault). Bar food was alright. The Nachos were £4.50 for a massive plate. They were really good and really generous with the cheese. The quacamole was weird, definitely not fresh. Other food was decent - for the price we paid I'd even stretch and say good. Would I stay here again? Probably not. Collapse
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