You’ll find plenty of great Beech House Bristol reviews online, but what do professional travel writers have to say? Writing for The Telegraph, travel writer Lesley Gillilan has put together her own impressions, and we’re glad to say they’re overwhelmingly positive.
Praising Beech House for its “cool, super comfy city apartments” that “combine the look and feel of a boutique hotel with the freedom and privacy of self-catering”, she appreciated that all the city’s main attractions are within easy walking distance before moving on to the specifics.
The location itself between Bristol’s Harbourside and Clifton Village was praised for offering quick access to the best of the city, and the proximity to public transportation connected to Bristol Temple Meads also earned a gold star.
Style & Character earned a 9/10, with Gillilan commenting on the individual design of each apartment and their shared sense of sophisticated style. With period features including cast iron or marble fireplaces, cornicing and sash windows, and wood floors, apartments certainly stood out as something special: “It’s a welcome change from the usual corporate look of serviced city apartments”. The individual rooms earned another 9/10, and the standard of housekeeping was celebrated as “immaculate” and the independent check-in “no-fuss”.
With branches of Sainsbury and Waitrose within a 10-minute walk, as well as two local bakeries, Gillilan found it easy and rewarding to make full use of kitchens fitted with an oven and hob, fridge-freezer, microwave, toaster, Nespresso coffee machine, and plenty of pots and pans.
Whether looking at studios or Mews Houses, Gillilan rated overall value at an impressive 9/10, particularly appreciating the welcome pack and free Wi-Fi.
It’s always great to see how professionals react to Beech House Bristol serviced apartments, and you’ll find their views reflected in scores of reviews on sites like Booking.com and TripAdvisor.