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16 High St, Amersham, HP7 0DH, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9/10! (score from 86 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at The Crown.
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All children from 2 to 12 year are charged GBP 30 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Based on 86 reviews
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This hotel dates from the Tudor period, but the inside reflects the very best in modern design. It featured in the movie Four Weddings and a Funeral, as well as the TV show Midsomer Murders.
Score from 136 reviews Very good
A 10 minute walk from the city center of Great Missenden is the Nag’s Head Hotel, a 4-star, 15th-century inn. Guests can enjoy contemporary-styled interiors, Anglo-French fusion cuisine and free...
Score from 65 reviews Excellent
Overlooking Marlow Weir and the Thames River, this 4-star, 400-year-old country house provides luxurious rooms, private boats and fishing. It features 2 award-winning restaurants and a cocktail bar.
Score from 178 reviews Very good
Recently refurbished in a traditional English style, this charming countryhouse hotel is located in the quiet, peaceful Chiltern village of Chenies, just 10 minutes from the M25 highway.
Score from 102 reviews Very good
Great loaction Stylish Good food Comfortable beds
Lack of a lounge
Unique Room Configurations Great Breakfast Quality WIFI Friendly Staff Good Food
Limited Parking Could improve beer selections to unique and growing popularity of craft style offerings
Rooms was a big let down, mismatched furniture and grubby walls. The bathroom was uninviting also.Food was also a let down.
great room (no. 10) overlooking the Church. Wine, water and coffee in the room was unexpected and well received. Great Breakfast.
water not consistently hot (variations in temperature when showering). Also, the shower hose was leaking, affecting water pressure.
Good location and the main building was nice.
We were unable to check in until an hour after check I time- staff were unapologetic about this. The room was in a new out building not shown on website overlooking carpark. The bathroom had mould in it. The restaurant despite having more staff than customers was incredibly slow service, they brought the wrong meal, over charged us and the food was very average and over priced.
Excellent staff, clean room the breakfast is very good and the restaurant food is delicious
Our room was quite small, it was very cute but it was small!
Excellent central location.
Hotel decor was very tired and required a lot of maintenance in order to bring it up to standard. Room very small, no air con so had to ask for a fan. We were offered a free upgrade at the very front the hotel but as the fair was in the Main Street we declined. I expected a much better standard from what I read online. Breakfast was good.
Quaint and well located with good facilities
Excellent central location. Very helpful and friendly staff. Food very good
Great town lovely location, wonderful character building
Breakfast was cold, bedroom looking quite tired. Shower head would not stay on wall
The hotel is an old coaching inn with wonky floors and great charm and ambience. The rooms are really comfortable and well furnished. The food was excellent and the staff very friendly and professional
Although there were plenty of wardrobes, there was no shelving/drawers in the room for storage of other items; and the mirror over the dressing table was too small - really minor things that did not impinge on my overall impression which was very good
Staff very nice location
very very dark rooms, damp smell door handle fell off, no one on duty to repair. very small mirrors plugs to far away from mirror for hair-dryer fire escape door wide open at 1am
Staff were welcoming and helpful Breakfast on first morning - but not on second morning Complimentary bottle of wine was a nice touch - but would have preferred to have water replaced for second night especially as the wether was very warm. Old world charm Quirky style of funrnishings
Room very small Limited ventilation Water in the room was not replenished for second night stay Limited choice teas (i.e no green tea), ceramic coffee filter but no filter paper to be able to use it! Breakfast on second morning - long queues for hot buffet breakfast because not replenished quickly enough. Kitchen staff not able to cope with full hotel even though waitress staff worked hard and were apologetic
The old world charm of the hotel & the evening meal was excellent
Liked it all
Very comfortable bed, good shower. tasty breakfast. Nice touches in our room such as a small bottle of wine, bottles of water, crisps, bathrobes and good toiletries.The young staff were lovely,very friendly and helpful.
Our room 21, was on pavement level at the front of the hotel beside a very busy road. We had to have the window open as it was very hot and the room had no air con. Traffic started early in the morning. We asked to see the courtyard rooms and they are lovely and on reflection we should have asked to be moved. I would therefore recommend the Crown but not the rooms on the front.
They could not cope with breakfast requirements. Run out of food, plates and glasses. Had to request for items to be replenished. Many guests stay due to weddings/functions so should be aware of breakfast rush.
friendly hepful staff, a lovely breakfast included, will definately come back
the public areas of the building and location
Shown to a really small damp and dark room next to the road in an adjoining building. We asked to be moved as have asthma and given an equally dark room looking onto a fire escape. Smell of damp very evident on whole floor. Baby screaming in adjoining room for most of the night. These rooms were all categorised as luxury doubles and cost £165 per night. No help offered with bags and feel that this may have been as staff reluctant to show us to such dire accommodation. Service at breakfast appalling and clearly prioritising the large wedding party who were taking up most of the hotel. Feel it is disrespectful to offer damp rooms as luxury accommodation.Very disappointing.
Location, room facilities, staff, food quality.
Generally poor management. Never a good idea to instruct a barman to concentrate service on their 'VIP' guests and to push their most expensive wine in earshot of one of their 'non-VIP' guests still waiting for service...
The area was great old Amasham is a great place
Room and facilities needs updating - it was a hot day and our air conditioning was not working which made it worse
Bed linen The seemingly happy staff
No Bombay Gin The Toaster
Location, old world charm & really friendly staff. Free parking is a bonus these days.
Nothing to dislike, drinks a bit pricey but close to pubs anyway.
Very spacious room on nights 2-5. We were so grateful for the move after first night, especially the position away from main road and not over the bar. Bath in Rm 1 is wonderful, with both tub and shower as well as 2 sinks. Very comfortable mattresses and pillows, bed linens, in both rooms. Good variety of cold and hot breakfast. Coffee/tea-making facilities in rooms appreciated for those who prefer stronger coffee than in restaurant! :) Easy quick route to train into London with affordable car park (or taxi from hotel.) Also a 24hr giant Tesco for snacks for picnics. Great outdoor garden with some equipment for games and nice seating.
First night's stay was in Room 2, which we would suggest avoiding if there is any group activity in the bar on night you will stay, unless you will be out until late or participating in the bar fun. Also in Rm 2, there is no place to put anything in the shower and no hook of any kind for robe or clothing. Lighting was also very dim for make-up.
Half bottle of wine in the bedroom, towelling robes and water all provided. Lovely walk in wet rooms.
Breakfast was a self service buffet which wasn't very nice. Size of double bedrooms - very small. Location of bedroom - was in a basement and very very dark. Huge fan on side of pub was whirring away all the time. Felt it was rather expensive for what it was.
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