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Room allocation was an issue. I arrived early not expecting to get into the room so asked what the room number would be so as I could charge to it in the meantime - was given the wrong number. When I got to the room it was set up as a double (we booked a twin) Spent half an hour phoning reception, ...
Pretty good place to stay for the four of us. Quiet, comfy beds, kids loved the swimming pool, food was good for breakfast, and ok/family friendly for the evening meal. Staff were all polite and helpful.
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 ...
The hotel is in a superb rural location and has a huge field alongside. The room we were given was on the ground floor with a door that gave direct access out to the field that was great for our dog. There are two disabled parking bays nearest the main entrance and reception with a ramp alongside ...
We were made very welcome the parking was close to our room. We chose to eat the Indian buffet and it was delicious and very good value. The bed was very comfortable and we slept well the only downside was hearing the bass notes from the music of a wedding that didn't finish until midnight but to ...
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!
The Royal County of Berkshire is one of the oldest and most romantic counties in England. From castles and stately houses to country walks and riverside strolls, Berkshire is the perfect place for an overnight, weekend or longer romantic break. The towns of Maidenhead, Newbury, Reading and Windsor all have cosy restaurants, while pretty villages such as Farley Wood and Grazeley are ideal for hand-in-hand strolling and escaping the crowds. Windsor Great Park, a former royal hunting forest is a 5000 acre deer park and home to some mighty old oak trees, while Wellington Country Park is great for picnics. Make the most of your romantic hotel break in Berkshire by exploring everything this beautiful county has on offer with someone special!
The River Thames winds its way through Berkshire en route to London. Here you'll find it passes through some delightful towns and countryside, affording plenty of opportunity for meandering and gentle strolling. There are also several locks on the Thames as it winds its way through Berkshire such as Cleeve Lock and Sonning Lock where you can take a break and indulge in a cream tea. Elsewhere, Hosehill Lake in Thatcham is a nature reserve with a winding path with lots of seating and bird viewing areas at frequent intervals. The path runs through meadows and past ponds, making it a tranquil spot for those long, romantic walks.
Highclere Castle in Newbury is home to the Earl and Countess of Carnarvon. This country house in the Jacobean style is set in 5000 acres with a park designed by Capability Brown. Highclere has a suite of opulent state rooms including a fascinating permanent exhibition of Egyptian artefacts. Highclere Castle is always a high point when exploring Berkshire, but in recent years, it's become even more popular with visitors thanks to its role as the country house used in the hugely popular drama Downton Abbey.
A romantic hotel stay in this romantic county is both heart-warming and totally relaxing. Indulge yourself in sumptuous surroundings, beautiful rooms and excellent facilities. Rooms are available in a range of sizes and accessible rooms are also available if reserved in advance. And of course, there's always a 'Do Not Disturb' door hanger available for those romantic evenings in!