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St Algars B&B

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St. Algars Holt Lane, Wimborne Minster BH21 7DQ Angleterre
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Al_Pringles a écrit un avis (déc. 2016)
Liverpool, Royaume-Uni1 contribution
I have stayed here for a couple of weeks twice now - both times while working nearby in Wimborne. I couldn't have done without Kimberly, especially the first time when I was new to deepest, darkest Dorset! She is easy to get on with and passionate about what she does - from staying there I can see why she's been given awards as the accommodation standards are so high. I now see her more as a friend than a b&b owner - and Roxy is a cracking little companion in the evenings. I have already recommended St Algars to others and would do so again. Thank you, Kimberly! Alan
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Date du séjour : octobre 2016
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Daniela G a écrit un avis (août 2016)
Petersfield, Royaume-Uni23 contributions11 votes utiles
Et j'ai Cinq amis ont séjourné dans cet hôtel la dernière fois que nous y allions pour assister à un mariage dans le coin. Quatre d'entre nous avaient déjà faite, je suis donc très tard dans la réservation Kimberley, était très accommodant à cet égard, laissez-vous la suite principale pour moi et mes amis, ce qui permet d'aller à l'autre. Nous sommes arrivés plus tôt que ce qu'on a mais nous avons été très chaleureusement accueillis. La chambre dans laquelle j'ai séjourné était très confortable et j'ai très bien dormi. Le petit déjeuner était très bon, j'ai oublié de faire savoir où le muesli était de même que c'est délicieux ! Très bon pain pour les toasts et bien préparée petit-déjeuner anglais complet. Des hôtes charmants, accueillants et prévenants et; charmants chien :) Je vous le recommande !
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Date du séjour : août 2016
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EdwardBoulton a écrit un avis (juil. 2016)
Londres, Royaume-Uni2 contributions2 votes utiles
J'ai séjourné au St Algars un samedi au mois de juillet pour assister à un mariage dans la région. J'ai laissé ma réservation une chambre toute dernière minute, seulement une chambre restaient Kimberly et était très serviable et me le faire savoir où tout était en ce qui concerne les chambres d'hôtes pour nous aider avec tout. La maison est très propre et confortable, est situé juste à côté de calmes route de campagne, entouré de champs. La chambre en elle-même était très propre, bien entretenu et le calme de haute qualité et une literie boisson chaude sont mis à disposition dans la chambre. Et le lendemain matin j'ai été accueillie par Kimberley est mon mari, très accueillant et aime bien bavarder, qui nous a préparé notre petit déjeuner et m'a servi une magnifique tasse de thé, j'ai beaucoup apprécié la vue sur le jardin et les champs. Le petit-déjeuner étaient cuisinés avec des produits frais et à la demande d'un assortiment de condiments. Dans l'ensemble, un très agréable 2 gèrant un très confortable et propre.
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Date du séjour : juillet 2016
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weatheroak a écrit un avis (juin 2016)
Lewes, Royaume-Uni1 contribution1 vote utile
Be very wary of booking at this B&B. I booked a twin en suite some months previous, and paid for it, but when we arrived the owner told us that her friends had been staying in that room and had decided to stay on for this night and therefore we would be in a double room, not en suite. When I told her I found it very difficult to sleep in a double bed, having not slept in one for many years, she offered me a sleeping pill!! We were too tired from the journey to argue, but the arrogance, and casual air at breaking a contract was breathtaking. My definition of en suite is that the facilities are off the bedroom. We discovered the "en suite" that we thought we had booked was actually outside the bedroom. Incidentally the shower ran cold for about 5 minutes before any warm water appeared and the conflakes were tasteless. Be warned.
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Date du séjour : juin 2016Type de voyage : A voyagé en couple
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Réponse de Kimberly D, Owner de St Algars B&B
A répondu le 26 juin 2016
I am surprised at this review as this couple stayed at St Algars in May and returned in June. For their initial visit they had requested a king or twin room and were given the option of the king master suite or double room on their arrival (as the twin room was occupied by other guests who have visited every year for the past 5 years and had booked their stay well in advance of these reviewers). This couple chose the double room and we're given additional pillows and cushions to allow them to sleep in a sitting position as they had medical conditions which prevented them from sleeping with standard pillows. I should also add that i would never give any medication albeit herbal to any guests - but surely am allowed to make comments! A wide range of hot and cold breakfasts are offered, including 4 cereals for guests to choose from (self service). Had their selected cereal not been to their liking, there were plenty of others to choose from and standard porridge or readybrek were explicitly offered as an alternative. (Guests staying the following week made a special trip to my local store to purchase one of the cereals as they thought it the best they had tasted!) I don't understand why this couple returned a week later if they did not like the b&b! However they have not complained about the location, cleanliness, facilities, or breakfast (other than their chosen cornflakes) so there must have been some aspects they liked - especially as they had not paid in advance for their second visit! With regards the twin en-suite, the suite has its own private access from outside, a lobby/corridor from which the bedroom and bathroom are accessed - as found in hotels. I and everyone else, including assessors describe this as en-suite! I have receive first class reviews from other guests who leave their reviews in the guest book or other review sites. Only negative reviews appear to be placed on trip advisor - see google my business for St Algars b&b as an example
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Richard C a écrit un avis (sept. 2014)
Coventry, Royaume-Uni149 contributions84 votes utiles
Had it not been that my wife and I were bringing her recently widdowed twin sister to visit friends in the area and did not want to upset her in any way. Then we would have left without staying one sinle night , let alone the four nights we actually did . What was wrong , the list is long . Firstly we NEVER stay anywhere that does not have a bath , so prior to booking the two rooms needed we phoned to ask just that . Our room was clean but very tiny and much of the storage space was taken up with the owners clothes and other chattels whilst our shower room was miniscule with probably the worlds smallest sink and how someone had managed to fit in a toilet also into such a cramped space was incredible , my wife asked if she could use the bathroom next door but was told something about not enough hot water , which was evident the following morning when our shower ran cold almost imediately . My sister in laws bedroom was on the ground floor and acessed via the very untidy and not very clean kitchen , her room should have been ensuite , but the shower room was actually situated between the bedroom and the kitchen .Next came the owners house rules which were bizairre to say the least and were almost like the archatypical 1960 seaside landlady i.e.harsh . Here are a couple of examples ( A ) bottled water 30p corkage £1 per bottle 50p per tin . ( B ) £5 per night surcharge if the room was used between 9 am till 5 pm and even a £ 10 deposit if a door key was required . other things that made us feel unwolcome were , the owner gave me an old towel to " clean the shower after use " and romove all footware at the porch area . The owner had a horse that she rode on a daily basis and also a small dog in residance , we as paying guests were most definately treated with less respect than the animals . The lady owner also seemed to have a problem with many of the local tradespersons and neighbours alike and spent much of her time whinging about them and her health issues . Finally we did not get the £5 per night per room discount because we had violated the no 9 to 5 rule . But we were just glad to get far away 9am to 5pm.
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Date du séjour : septembre 2014
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Réponse de Kimberly D, Owner de St Algars B&B
A répondu le 22 nov. 2014
First of all I would like to thank Richard for creating a TripAdvisor page for St Algars b&b and his favourable comments regarding cleanliness. I would like to address his points made, for which I thank him and will be making changes. Firstly, en-suite double rooms were requested, which were provided, and a choice given as to who had which room. The 'bathroom' is allocated to the single room/suite and is not en-suite and since it was being used by another resident was not available - being situated next to their room, they had seen the bathroom and clearly preferred it to their own en-suite. When he asked about the bath I did try to discourage the use of a bath, and his wife did say she was happy to use the shower in their room. Regarding the size of the room and en-suite, I have never received any complaints about this, and the assessor usually has this room and regards it as a sound 4star standard, and even complimented the en-suite which has a good sized shower, modern toilet and washbasin - with associated cupboard, as well as heated towel rail and very expensive tiles to Walls and floor. With respect to the water, a 'combi' boiler is used which has water kept on constant so there is always hot water. It can however take a minute or two to come through to this bathroom, so I can only surmise that the water was not left on long enough as the water is initially warm from water present in the pipes, but then can go cold for a few seconds until the hot water being produced from the boiler reaches the shower. I normally have excellent comments about this shower as the pressure is quite strong and water temperature pleasantly hot (and can be adjusted if required). Regarding storage, a large chest of drawers and separate wardrobe (empty) are provided for guests. I made the mistake of allowing use of a separate wardrobe for storage of their cases - I must remember to keep this locked in future, even though guests have found this space useful for large cases. I do have a hairdryer, shoe cleaning items and spare blankets in the chest of drawers, but I am reluctant to remove these as most guests do frequently have use for some of these items. The downstairs room has it's own entrance from outside, into a private lobby from which the bedroom and bathroom are accessed - hence considered en-suite by most people. Guests do not usually access this room from the adjacent kitchen - especially if I am not present as this is my own private area in which I prepare and cook food, wash dishes, and part is used for washing and ironing, as well as doing my art work - so is often 'messy' especially during the day, but always kept clean - the only possible area which may be considered 'unclean' is the gated area where my little dog sleeps during the day, but all of the kitchen, including this area is cleaned daily. Guests from the downstairs room do tend to pass through part of the kitchen area in the morning for breakfast, often for a chat, which I am happy for them to do. Every guest room has a 'welcome' tray with bottled water, tea, coffee, chocolate biscuits (gluten free if required), which is replenished daily. My so-called house rules include a list of additional items available on request, which does include additional water amongst other items. Most hotels have house rules, and mine are similar to these, and include times when I ensure I am present and available for guests which is after 5pm to 10am. Richard was aware of the £5 per room charge for using the rooms outside these times without prior approval, which is in place to discourage guests returning during these hours. I require the time from 10am to 5pm to ensure the rooms are serviced, house tidied and cleaned, for washing (dishes and laundry), food shopping, gardening, maintenance tasks, as well as personal pursuits - (the idea of riding every day sounds wonderful, but once a week is mor probable - also, I only purchased a saddle for my horse earlier this month and she is a baby and not yet properly broken to ride, so I don't know why this comment was made). I request that guests let me know if they have a need to return before 5pm, which, since Richard made it clear that he had read my 'rules' knew about. I was therefore surprised to find my guests in the house at lunchtime before I was able to service their rooms, and not prepared to vacate the rooms to allow me to clean them. I was concerned that the shower would be wet and make the room damp, so instead of letting me into the room, he agreed to wipe down the shower for which I provided a clean dry towel- I have never had to do this before! As a result of this feedback and guests being in my home without my knowledge, accessing my private areas and preventing me maintaining rooms to my standards, I will no longer be able to give out keys for access and/or will be installing additional locks on doors, so guests will not have access to areas or spaces which I currently allow to be shared. This is my home as well as a 4 star b&b and I do expect guests to respect this, which up until now all have done so. I do not allow smoking, consumption of food or drink I rooms (other than that provided), but do encourage guest to use the dining room and provide plates and cutlery should these be required. Yes I do request removal of outdoor shoes. All of this is aimed at maintaining rooms to the standard expected and should not be any different from how guests would behave in their own homes. Most guests remove their shoes automatically, and slippers are made available should they be required, which is not only for the comfort of guests, but also serves to protect and maintain the cleanliness of the carpets, many of which are pale coloured but all of high quality and standard (some new this year, with the oldest less than three years old). I don't understand the comment regarding my neighbours, all of whom are lovely and very supportive, and I have had manybof their friends and relatives stay with me over the years - some come and stay with me every year! With regards to tradesmen, I have had good and bad, but I now have an excellent number of local tradesmen who I also recommend to my friends and neighbours. I hope I have managed to address all the points raised. Having taken on-board comments received by Richard, if he and his family want to return to St Algars, they are most welcome to do so, and I will do my best ensure they enjoy their stay. Ps From January, (as I have bookings through to this time), I will no longer be offering the family suite, but will be using these rooms for myself so the bathroom could be made available if required - but my personal items will be present. The single room will be used as my workroom so the kitchen should no longer be 'messy'!
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112 $US  - 153 $US  (Selon les tarifs moyens d'une chambre standard)
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Questions fréquentes sur St Algars B&B
Quelles sont les attractions populaires proches de St Algars B&B ?
Parmi les attractions à proximité, il y a The Tivoli Theatre (0.2 km), The Minster Church of St Cuthburga (0.08 km) et Wimborne Model Town (0.2 km).
Quelles options de boisson et nourriture sont disponibles à St Algars B&B ?
Les clients peuvent profiter de petit déjeuner inclus pendant leur séjour.
Quels sont les restaurants proches de St Algars B&B ?
Exemples de restaurants bien situés : Renoufs (Wimborne), The Wimborne Pig et The Cloisters Restaurant.
St Algars B&B est-il proche du centre-ville ?
Oui, il est à 0.5 km du centre de Wimborne Minster.
Y a-t-il des sites historiques proches de St Algars B&B ?
De nombreux voyageurs aiment visiter The Tivoli Theatre (0.2 km), Kingston Lacy (3.3 km) et Upton Country Park (7.3 km).