Stayed at Hedley House for the first time over 5 nights in a single room on a B&B basis just recently. HH is located just off the West Cliff on a quiet street about a ten minute walk from the beach and town centre. Check In was a relaxed affair with Steph, the owner and gorgeous and affectionate little terrier Nellie. Room 3 on the first floor was clean, moderately spacious and functional with a very comfortable bed indeed. I slept throughout my entire stay. Only slight criticism would be that the wall mounted TV was a bit on the small side. Choice at breakfast was par for the course and the cooked element was very tasty indeed. Overall very good value and a very pleasant stay. Would I use HH again? Most certainly.
Reviewer:Robert S | Sat 27th Oct 2018 | 6 months ago
We spent three nights in this comfortable townhouse. We were made welcome from the beginning, were given plenty of tips about the surrounding area and it had been no issue when we said we wanted to check in earlier than stated on the hotel information.The rooms were comfortable, with tea and coffee, which was replenished every day.The cooked breakfast in the mornings was cooked to perfection, nothing was too much trouble, a never-ending toast supply, cafeteire coffee, and plenty of brand name jams, not to mention the fresh fruit salad. Gorgeous.If we ever come back to Bournemouth, then we'll be back
Reviewer:Jojo| Sun 2nd Sep 2018 | 8 months ago
Stayed here for 2 nights with my family - the weather for the weekend was really rainy so we spent more time in the room than usual - it was clean, the facilities were good, nice to have a big shower. My only point would be we had a family room, but the double bed was against the wall on 1 side and had a footboard which wasn’t ideal to climb over to get in and out of bed - not sure the room is big enough to be a family room and would make a lovely double room. This didn’t ruin our stay though, luckily i have youth on my side but this could be an issue for others. Breakfast was great, lots of options and attentive owners. The finish of the place is lovely, I would recommend staying here. No parking on the streets outside, they were chocka all weekend so it did cost us £20 to park about 5 minutes down the road for 2 days in a public car park which does bump the price up, but again this is explained on booking that it doesn’t have parking
Reviewer:C | Sun 2nd Sep 2018 | 8 months ago