Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 out of 5
100% of guests recommend
5.0 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
5.0 Room comfort
5.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
5 out of 5
for Couples
by Nichola & Derek from London

PERFECTION all the way

Posted 31-May-2014
Pros: It was small and so friendly. Felt like we were at home. And so clean and beautifully decorated. A real pleasure to stay at.
Cons: It should be bigger and have more rooms so more people can experience it.
Location: The location is quiet and peaceful with lovely walks, bike rides, around and Bath down the road.
This hotel is perfect in every way. So clean, so smart, beautifully decorated, lovely staff, wonderful food. It is better than any 4* hotel we've stayed in and some 5*. You must stay here, and if you travels don't take you here then go just for a lovely weekend. We will be going back regularly just to relax and have lovely food.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by Mark from Dorset

What a wonderful place

Posted 15-Feb-2014
Pros: Everything
Cons: Nothing - keep it just as it is.
We booked this off the net as a quick overnight stop - what a revelation. We were greeted by courteous staff on our arrival & shown up to our spacious an beautifully furnished room, the attention to detail is exceptional and I find it impossible to fault anything. The room & en-suite are better than most 5 star hotels and not what you expect over a small Inn. The buildings were renovated (in fact largely rebuilt) three years ago and feels brand new but with the old charm of exposed timber etc. There is a communal lounge/kitchen area for those who wish to self cater but downstairs is a cosy bar area & excellent restaurant with an excellent menu using locally produce. The Daggers also has it's own on site brewery (& farm shop) and after sampling all three of their beers I can commend them all. Breakfast is also served in the restaurant and again is excellent. All in all a most enjoyable stay & this will definitely become a regular stop for us.
5 out of 5
by Tom from Portsmouth


Posted 05-Jan-2014 on Hotels.com
This B&B is fantastic. I booked a 1 night stay last minute. The service was great from the very start. The rooms are immaculate. I stayed in the priory room which is unbelievable value for money simply because of its quality. Lovely well priced food, great beer, brewed in the farm shop opposite, and a perfect location in the middle of the country side. I deffinatey recommend this place and will deffinately be going back!
5 out of 5
for Personal Event
by C Beattie from Farnham, Surrey

A surprising find

Posted 23-Oct-2013 on Hotels.com
The Three Daggers is not the type of place that I would normally book in this country, but I am very glad that I did so. It is quite similar to a New England style B&B, but much better than any in which I have stayed. There are only 3 bedrooms. We were in the Priory, which was quite delightful. The room was clean and stylishly furnished in a minimalist fashion. The large double bed (though described as a king size, it was just about an American sized queen) was very comfortable. The bathroom only had a walk in shower rather than a bath/shower combination, but that was fine for us. The lighting in the rooms was a bit dim, but I find that with many hotels any way. The only small niggle was that the room was above the kitchen and the sound of the extractor fan was noticeable. It was, however, turned off when the kitchens closed for the night so as long as you don't want a very early night it is no real problem. Guests have use of a large communal room, which has an open fireplace (not in use when we were there), seating areas and a fully equipped kitchen. A simple continental style breakfast could be taken in this room and was included in the price. Otherwise it was possible to cook your own, or order breakfast in the restaurant of the pub. We had dinner in the restaurant and the food was very good. The staff were all very friendly and the atmosphere was great. All in all a great stay and it was a pity that we had to leave so early in the morning.
5 out of 5
for Overnight Stay Before Destination
by DJW from London

Outstanding country retreat

Posted 12-Sep-2013 on Hotels.com
You are a bit away from it all here but have some great venues within an easy, short drive. There's enough on site though - the farm shop, brewery and restaurant - to pass an afternoon and evening with no problems. Not only that but it's all of the best quality. Highly recommended.
5 out of 5
by J Rhodes from New Jersey

Hidden Gem

Posted 09-Aug-2013 on Hotels.com
We were looking for somewhere convenient to Stonehenge and Longleat and stumbled upon this gem. By far the best room we've stayed in. Dinner in the restaurant was amazing and the breakfast was fab. There is a playground outside for the kids and a farm store next door. We really enjoyed our stay
5 out of 5
for Business Travellers
by Ruben from Ramsgate

A Quality Stay

Posted 27-Jul-2013 on Hotels.com
A close attention to detail seemed to have been payed to every part of the room and my stay.
5 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Colchester

Best pub we've ever stayed at!!

Posted 15-Jul-2013 on Hotels.com
Brilliant place! Amazing room and food throughout our stay. Excellent value for money we thought considering the standard of rooms & food.
5 out of 5
for Overnight Stay Before Destination
by shaun from sweden

the best place to stay in the UK by a mile

Posted 12-Jul-2013 on Hotels.com
If you dont get the opportunity to stay at this amazing hotel, you will have missed one of the UK best places to stay, 1sy clkass in every way. If you think that you have stayed in the best, stay here and think again.This place has everything and more from excellent staff to excellent food to the best bedroons you could wish for .
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by Peter from San Francisco, CA, USA

A beautiful place for couples to stay!

Posted 13-Jun-2013
Pros: The quality, cleanliness and comfort of the the rooms, the friendliness of the staff and the quality of the meals served in the restaurant.
Cons: Nothing! I liked the place so much, that I returned a few days later.
Location: The Three Daggers is a rural brewery, pub, restaurant and small hotel in the beautiful countryside of rural Wiltshire.
The Three Daggers is a rural brewery, pub and restaurant located in the beautiful rural village of Edington in Wiltshire. They have a couple of rooms attached to the pub and restaurant which are beautifully fitted out - reflecting the style of the old building - but without compromising on quality or cleanliness, and the rooms are very comfortable! The staff were very welcoming and helpful throughout my stay. The pub is a fun place full of life and a great place of a drink with friends. The restaurant has an excellent menu and the food is superb. I would recommend The Three Daggers as a place to stay for anyone visiting this beautiful rural area of Wiltshire in England - and it is only 17 miles from Stonehenge!