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Posted 20 March 2023

Somerset Ibis Bridgwater - 1 night stay inc weekends for 2 people with Breakfast + welcome drink = £49 (two nights £89) @ Groupon

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Somerset Ibis Bridgwater hotel with availability for the remainder of 2023 including weekends, at a flat rate of £49 for one night based on 2 people including breakfast, a welcome drink and late checkout (two nights is £89). There is also an option to add a 2 course dinner with the room which works out at £69. Seems a decent saving esepcially for summer months at weekends e.g. June, as the rates are closer to £100 at third party sites like booking.com. Free cancellation.

4.5/5 Tripadvisor


What's included

  • One night stay including weekends for two people in a standard double room with breakfast £49
  • One night stay including weekends for two people in a standard double room with breakfast plus two course dinner each £69
  • Two night stay including weekends for two people in a standard double room with breakfast £89
  • Two night stay including weekends for two people in a standard double room with breakfast plus two course dinner each £109
  • Welcome drink included on arrival
  • Late Check-Out between Friday - Sunday

Sat in the commercial area of the city, Ibis Bridgwater is a casual hotel for those staying in Bridgwater or wanting to explore the Somerset area as a whole.

Cosy, straightforward rooms offer comforts like air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms, as well as amenities like Wi-Fi connection and smart TVs. Desks can be used for all business needs while coffee-making facilities ensure that there is a cuppa always on hand.

A retro restaurant features an exposed brick wall and serves a selection of British and international classics. Visitors are encouraged to try their signature house honey. The bar in turn offers a variety of local ales, boutique gins and colourful cocktails.


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  1. madsaltydog's avatar
    This is a contractors hotel for construction workers at HPC, rooms will probably be OK but as people have pointed out it's not a tourist location and is located on an industrial estate. Unless you have a good reason to be there, I really wouldn't bother.
  2. Grazz0r's avatar
    Best check the location before booking - it's in an industrial estate more than 2 miles away from the town and only really accessible by driving.
    RastaMouse2015's avatar
    That’s good to know. I always make sure I’m staying on an industrial estate when booking a trip away
  3. quantum77's avatar
    If you do go there then a visit to Timewarp Arcade is highly recommended
    gerrywalker39's avatar
    I lose so many hours in there, it’s nice to play so many arcade games from when I was a kid and not blow all my pocket money
  4. RastaMouse2015's avatar
    Couldn’t pay me to stay in Bridgwater
    wolvesinwales's avatar
    That's a shame i was just about to.
  5. Flyer01's avatar
    Useless fact of the day. I did my first ever bungie jump off of a crane in Bridgewater.
    wolvesinwales's avatar
    Useless fact of the day, No.2. I didn't.

    Footnote , is that how you got your user name ?
  6. Phil_Blake's avatar
    Happy to pay that to not go to Bridgwater.
  7. dead4red69's avatar
    They should be paying you to stay in Bridgwater...
  8. Newbold's avatar
    Once upon a time, doctors in Somerset used to use the abbreviation NFB on patients' notes. It hasn't happened for quite a few years now - oddly it disappeared around the time of patient access to records.

    It stood for Normal for Bridgwater.
    messyhead's avatar
    6 fingers and toes.
  9. sowotsdis's avatar
    More Useless question of the day

    Did you survive?
    Alex909's avatar
    He survived, but something monumental happened...
  10. Sliwka's avatar
    Are they giving LSD and welcome drink?
  11. mudcat's avatar
    This has to be at least a 100% better than staying at the Travelodge at the Bridgwater service station surely? Please tell me it is as that was the worst service station I've ever visited in my life. Put me off ever exploring the place itself : (
  12. Simon_Marshall's avatar
    There is an additional charge for parking even though it's not in the town centre, just an excuse to charge you more per room to my mind
  13. lisawebster104's avatar
    Not far from the Somerset Levels (& my pub in Burrowbridge -shameless plug!)
  14. Gobshitescotty's avatar
    Lots to do in the area for a weekend away. Rough in parts but was an enjoyable trip. Can’t complain for less than £100!
  15. tatoo1's avatar
    Wow. Welcome to Ibis Bridgewater, perfect cheap overnight or day stay catering for your extra marital affairs or use by local s*x workers. 😫
  16. Mooney_70's avatar
    This could be useful for anyone going to Butlin's at Minehead. As it's around 26 miles away from Minehead. Depending on where your travelling from the extra night might be a good idea. That last bit takes just under an hour and is probably the worst part of the trip. (edited)
  17. James_Whitchurch's avatar
    I lived in Bridgwater, for three years. Enjoyed my time there. Great place to stay as a stopover. To Devon and Cornwall.
    Just off junction 24, is a farm shop and butchers, called Pynes's. Amazing food.
    messyhead's avatar
    Pyne’s do banging pork and beef rolls. That’s literally the only positive thing I can say about the place. It comes only second worst in that area to Highbridge.
  18. gerrywalker39's avatar
    I live in bridgy and can tell you there’s nothing around that area, save the fuel and book either mercure or Tudor in town, Tudor does a lovely breakfast that’s free with the room.
  19. nickoo0's avatar
    Bridgwater town is a dive
  20. batterylife's avatar
    Appears to be £50 anyway?
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