You need to visit them yourself, imho. I know some people who've visited X nursery and thought the staff were uninsipring and that they'd never send their children there, whereas I know other people who are very happy with their childrens' care at the same nursery.
Also, be aware that different places have different opening hours (which, for example, mean that however good they are, some local nurseries don't fit our needs). Given the differences in opening times, and the existing waiting lists at some places, I'd be surprised if you actually have much of a choice in the matter if you're working full time and have even a fairly small commute to work.
I didnt have some of the happiest experiences with BH either.
Very expensive, just good for the opening/closing hours if you work, also good location, but the Arc is not bad too.
I agree with the fact that some girls there are too young and I even cought one being not so much nice with my child recently.
Also not reccomended if you are divorced and mainly if your ex is badmouthing you to them. If he/she is the one to pay some of the staff may take sides.
Extremelly disappointed and after seeing the other reviews above wont never come back.
There are a few comunity centres that are very cheap and as good as them with the advantage that the head carers are older, more mature.