Ratings based on 19 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 out of 5
95% of guests recommend
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by the ginge from suffolk.

Lovely Rural Village Pub/Hotel

Posted 25-Mar-2014
Lovely hotel, friendly staff. Attached pub very good as was evening food very reasonable price with locally sourced produce. Breakfast ready when ever you were. Only point bathroom could do with heating and water pressure low took ages to run a bath. Apart from that brilliant.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Awesome English Countryside Experience!

Posted 14-Mar-2014
If you are looking for something a little more off the beaten path then this place is for you. It will allow you to experience the true country English hospitality while still being in close proximity to Bath and surrounding areas.
3 out of 5
for Everyone
by Maz from Essex

Good value for the money

Posted 26-Feb-2014
Pros: The staff were lovely.
Cons: Outside door to rooms needs to be sorted, as felt anyone could have wandered in from the pub.
Location: Convenient for trips into Bath and Bristol if you have a car. We chose this mainly because out son lives 10 min drive from pub.
Nice old pub. Comfortable room but outside door couldn't be closed as badly fitted door. Stairs up to rooms extremely steep. Staff very friendly and breakfast well cooked. We cannot comment on the evening meals as the chef was away that particular weekend.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by sarah from florida


Posted 05-Jan-2014
Best food and friendly staff. Room cozy and updated. WIFi was very weak. My husband and I loved the country and the people. The food was incredible. We will definitely return for the food and friendly owners and cook, Tim!
1 out of 5
by Mike from Los Angeles

Utter failure: avoid.

Posted 02-Jan-2014
Pros: Nothing.
Cons: The owners approach to customer service,
We live in LA, but were visiting family in the UK, and set of on the morning of our stay from the family home in London. After spending the day in the Bath area, we arrived at the Seven Stars at around 5pm, but the entire place was locked. After a few tours of the building, we found a note that'd been left for us to call the manager on a private number, separate from those provided on the confirmations which we’d already tried. The manager went on to outline that the Seven Stars was closed. Not because of an emergency, but just closed for the holidays and that she was working in their other pub, some miles away. She did say we were welcome to stay and they'd left a door open for us (to what looked like a pleasant room), but staying in an empty, dark pub in the middle of nowhere with no food or drink wasn’t exactly the relaxing, rustic break we’d imagined – when they’d billed themselves as a B&B with bar and gastro-pub food on-site. She pointed out that food would be available in the next village (which it wasn’t). Once I had wi-fi at the new hotel in central Bath, I received a series of abrupt emails from the Seven Stars owners, all from 10.30am onwards on the day of travel, I'm just glad we weren't flying in from LA that day to find an abandoned building in the middle of the countryside, but being left to find accommodation in the middle of the busy holiday period at the absolute last minute is utterly unforgivable.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by george from leicester


Posted 16-Dec-2013
Pros: Everything
Location: 40 mins to longleat safari which was a great day out, 10-15 mins from centre of bath
Lovely modern but homely room, perfect breakfast in the morning, good location approx 10-15 mins from bath and about 40 mins from longleat. Faultless
4 out of 5
for Couples
by Liz from Birmingham

Lovely place

Posted 03-Dec-2013 on Hotels.com
Lovely room! Had two lots of heating - a radiator and an electric fireplace so it was fantastic for keeping warm and cosy in the winter! Bed was really comfy and decoration of the room was cute. Only downside was a bit of a fiddly lock to the door and the TV was at an angle on the side wall of the bed so you had to strain your neck a bit but we soon got used to it. Breakfast was DELICIOUS. My boyfriend said his full english is the best he's ever had! And my poached egg on toast was top notch. Helpful and friendly service from staff finding a taxi into Bath - cost £18 one way - but with the Xmas Market on in Bath we didn't want to risk parking at such a busy time. Would definately recommend this place to stay and we would return again in the future!
2 out of 5
for Couples
by GillieB from East midlands

Weekend in Bath

Posted 27-Nov-2013 on Hotels.com
This venue is too far out if town to explore city over a weekend.The service in the pub was abismal. No sense of time. Late breakfasts despite times being arranged and agreed in advance. Cold plates for the full English. Very slow service. Felt an inconvenience. Luke warm reception on arrival. Staff looked puzzled by printed voucher we handed over on the Friday night after our 3 hour drive. It was as if we were not expected.the room was ok but the shower in the en suite was feeble. Did share these thoughts . Smiles and apologies .
5 out of 5
for Couples
by kate from stourbridge

Great location for bath. Lovely quiet village.

Posted 07-Nov-2013
Pros: Rooms and staff.
Location: Bath is close by, only 10 minutes or so to park and ride. Roman baths are a great attraction...we'll worth a visit!
Welcoming staff, lovely breakfast. Rooms were comfortable and tastefully decorated.
5 out of 5
for Personal Event
by Russ & Kate from Justin, Texas

Very Friendly Folks!

Posted 26-Sep-2013 on Hotels.com
The Seven Stars is a wonderful little B&B in Timsbury outside of Bath. Our room was very clean and cozy. Our landlady cooked a wonderful tasty breakfast each day. She helped us get our son set up at the nearby University. The pub was very friendly and fun.