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Check in a little confusing. Initially advised booking had been cancelled, computer system down. Directions given to car park but no advice or help on where to park or enter building. Entrance key wouldn't open door at first (you can't see the green light with the sun shining on it!) Apartment very ...
I would thoroughly recommend The Crazy Fox staff were unbelievably helpful and accommodating for our wedding party (which over took the hotel) super comfortable beds, gorgeous bedding and fab coffee, what more could we ask for!
Upon turning into the long driveway, you then get to see this ‘Palace’ at the end, which is awe inspiring! It is a beautiful hotel to stay at, with only about 40 rooms. You are made to feel special the minute you walk in. The staff cover every details and nothing is too hard, any request. The main ...
Luxury hotel with amazing grounds and views. Couldn't fault the staff, who were all helpful and attentive. It is very expensive (we went for my husbands 60th birthday), but they did surprise us with a bottle of champagne and birthday cake in our room!
Check in very fast. Location of hotel is great, close to the town centre. Staff are polite and helpful. Have to mention Steph, she was incredible. Room is comfortable, but was hot, with very little room to open the window for fresh air. Spa was fully booked so was unable to use spa, regardless of ...
My wife and I stayed here for 1 night prior to leaving for the US. The hotel is in a very nice location next to the Thames and in easy reach of city center, the restaurants on Bray, and the M4 motorway. The hotel was very clean, provided a very reasonable breakfast. The room and bathroom were clean ...
This apartment was perfect. It was a beautiful place to come back to at the end of our busy days. It offered privacy and a quiet peaceful setting. Especially loved the patio with sweeping views. Would stay here again and wholly recommend.
An absolute must for a romantic meal and stay. Pay for the upgrade to a suite. It is worth it. Wine list is stunning and you can have over 100 wines by the glass. Amazing place. Only thing to watch is breakfast. Not included costs over £20 but is not that good really. Fairly average English breakfast ...
Berkshire is one of the oldest counties in England. It has excellent transport links, is a perfect gateway to other English counties and also enjoys close proximity to London. Berkshire dates back to 860 AD and there is evidence of Roman occupation throughout the county. The town of Reading was important during the Middle Ages because of Reading Abbey, a monastery with close Royal connections. It was also heavily affected by the English Civil war, played a hugely important role in the 1688 Revolution and was transformed by the arrival of the Great Western Railway in the 19th Century. Today Berkshire is a glorious combination of countryside and commerce, history and hospitality. It's also full of top quality luxury hotels that really know how to pamper guests and treat them to a fabulous and memorable stay in this charismatic county.
Berkshire contains lots of delightful towns just waiting to be explored, many of which have their own selection of top quality luxury hotels. Eton is on the Berkshire side of the Thames and close to Windsor Castle. Often overlooked by those who are visiting Windsor, it's an attractive town with a number of historic buildings, the most famous being the elite Eton College, founded by Henry VI in 1440. Nearby Maidenhead was originally a popular residence of Edwardian actors, but today is an affluent area with several luxury hotels on offer. Just outside Maidenhead you'll find Cliveden, a gorgeous stately home that once belonged to the American businessman, newspaper publisher and politician William Waldorf Astor.
There are lots of attractions in Berkshire too. Ascot Racecourse, for example, is one of the leading and most famous racecourses in England. Used for thoroughbred horse racing, the course was founded in 1711 by Queen Anne and still enjoys frequent Royal patronage. Elsewhere, Hosehill Lake in Thatcham is a nature reserve with a winding path with lots of seating and bird viewing areas at frequent intervals.
Once you've spent a day exploring, it's time to relax and unwind. A stay in a luxury hotel in Berkshire means you'll be doing all that in complete comfort. Rooms are sumptuous, facilities are excellent and the service is second to none. This is hospitality at its finest, and a luxury hotel in Berkshire puts you right at the heart of the Royal County and all it has to offer.