The Travelodge Bridgwater M5 hotel is a good value accommodation option on the southern outskirts of Bridgwater. It’s not a bad place to stay but the location means that it is best suited if you’re driving.
Rooms at the Travelodge Bridgwater M5 are a mix of double, twin and family rooms. All rooms include comfortable king-size beds, a television, a work desk, tea and coffee making facilities and an en suite bathroom with a shower. Some of the rooms are wheelchair accessible.
Unlike most other hotels, only your first 30 minutes of Wi-Fi wireless internet are free. If you need more internet you have to pay £3 for 24 hours.
The hotel is located just off the Huntworth Interchange (junction 24) of the M5 motorway on the southern outskirts of Bridgwater.
It is part of a motorway service area (but you don’t need to drive to get here) with branches of Costa Coffee and the West Cornwall Pasty Co downstairs and BP, Burger King and M&S Simply Food nearby.
It is a five-minute walk from a bus stop where you can catch bus routes 21 and 21A into Bridgwater town centre and there are also a couple of pubs nearby (the Compass Tavern and the White Willow).
The location means that it is best suited if you’re driving and ample free parking is available.
There are over 500 Travelodge hotels in the United Kingdom. Travelodges in Great Britain, Ireland and Spain are a separate business to the Travelodge hotels that operate in Canada and the USA (which are run by Wyndham) and the Travelodge hotel chain in Australia and New Zealand (which is part of TFE Hotels). Although all Travelodge hotels worldwide serve the same ‘quality budget’ end of the market, if you’re used to Travelodge hotels in Australia, New Zealand or North America their hotels in the UK may be a little different to what you are used to.