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Newest reviews for The Olde Bell

  • Elizabeth
      United Kingdom
    31 August 2014

    Loved the receptionist - charming and so friendly.

    Whilst in the bar area we heard a lot of angry shouting in the kitchen and the staff were looking very flustered.

    9.2

  • Thomas
      United Kingdom
    28 August 2014

    We loved this hotel, the staff are all really friendly and the building itself is stunning! Classic old English inn with lovely period rooms! Will certainly go back

    9.6

  • Jill
      United Kingdom
    28 August 2014

    The location is lovely,rooms were clean and the super king bed was great, the gardens were delightful . Staff were friendly and helpful. The food was ok, I wasn't overly impressed and have had better. Hubby wasn't too sure on the pewter plates ! Breakfast was fine and plenty of choice.

    Bedroom was on the small side, we were given another room but sadly there was a wasp problem, very accommodating on reception, we were finally given a good size room in the tile barn.Not quite sure about the sheepskin rug on the wooden chair in each bedroom or the red Roberts radio but hey, I guess this is the shabby chic quirkiness !

    7.5

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    27 August 2014

    Reasonable prices Location Availability of parking Smooth check in/out

    Stark, minimalist rooms (despite being a superior) Unable to cope with breakfast rush Cold rooms (single glazed)

    5.8

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    27 August 2014

    There are no comments available for this review

    7.9

  • Daryl
      United Kingdom
    26 August 2014

    Very quaint olde world hotel with nice features, excellent evening meals and beautiful rooms.

    8.3

  • Claire
      United Kingdom
    26 August 2014

    Beautiful Rooms with nice touches Lovely selection at breakfast Good parking and location

    We weren't sure what was included for breakfast within our rate but no one gave instructions Staff of reception a little disinterested & not overly helpful

    9.2

  • Rachael
      United Kingdom
    26 August 2014

    Comfy and homely room. Really liked the history of the main building - gives the place a fascinating atmosphere. Staff friendly.

    Shower didn't drain properly so we had to be cautious to avoid a flood! Did tell staff so sure they will rectify straightaway. Be nice to have some biscuits in the room.

    8.3

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    24 August 2014

    Stunning venue Amazing location Great value Excellent breakfast quality

    Numerous cobwebs in dining room windows. Reception staff not very proactive with requests.

    7.5

  • Thomas
      United Kingdom
    24 August 2014

    Treated my girlfriend to a stay in a luxury room. Roll top bath was a great feature to the room! Everything was perfect.

    9.6

  • Jason
      Hong Kong
    23 August 2014

    We really enjoyed most things that the hotel and the surrounding area had to offer. As we live overseas we really enjoyed sitting in the lovely open garden having a drink whilst our children ran and played.

    A fairly minor point, but one negative I would point out is the rather restrictive menu on offer as an alternative to the restaurant. Some good english dishes would have been welcome as opposed to mainly sandwiches.

    8.3

  • Jennifer
      United Kingdom
    21 August 2014

    Old world feel of the place and surroundings. Size and comfort of the room with roll top bath, comfortable bed and plump pillows. Well prepared and cooked food. Very friendly and helpful staff.

    Choice of breakfast rather limited. Dinner overpriced for the amount of food on the plate.

    8.8

  • Julie
      United Kingdom
    20 August 2014

    We stayed in the barn which was lovely very quite

    Our friends stayed in the main inn this was very noisy with people singing in the bar and alarms going off

    9.6

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    19 August 2014

    Breakfast at the Olde Bell was excellent and the staff were very attentive.

    If you get a room at the front of the property in the Malting house ask to move as although you are in a quite village there is surprisingly a high amount of traffic early in the morning. This isn't conducive to a good nights sleep.

    7.9

  • Eric
      United Kingdom
    18 August 2014

    Quiet comfortable cosy

    10

  • Helen
      United Kingdom
    15 August 2014

    The village of Hurley is lovely with pretty local walks.

    The bar was filthy and general communal areas run down. The room was tired and everything was very over priced. This was probably once a very popular venue but is now trading off past custom and the good location. Poor breakfasts and definitely not 5 star!!

    4.6

  • Ruth
      United Kingdom
    14 August 2014

    It's a convenient location, comfortable hotel which represented good value for money.

    Having stayed at the Olde Bell pretty regularly for the last 3 or 4 years I have seen a deterioration in customer service over the last 6 months. Having helpfully tried to point this out to the staff, and constructively advised where they could improve the poor service and depreciation of the customer's needs has continued.

    6.3

  • Tanya
      United Kingdom
    14 August 2014

    The beds are comfortable,and the Old building is stunning. Beautiful part of England

    Service was strange, felt like no one was actually there…. Rooms showed wear and tear, marks on the wall. Stayed in the main bulling in the past, this time in the new barn, would definitely prefer the old part for the experience. If i can't stay in that part, i won't go back. I used to love it, not sure why it felt so different. Its a shame.

    6.3

  • Pamela
      United Kingdom
    12 August 2014

    Excellent as a wedding venue

    Although I booked 2 rooms at the same time I was allocated 2 in different buildings on 2 different sides of the road.

    7.5

  • Göran
      Sweden
    12 August 2014

    Wonderful old house and excellent food.

    The temperature in the room was very high. Hard to sleep.

    7.5

  • Sue
      United Kingdom
    12 August 2014

    upstairs, quiet at the back along lane, large room, low price, lovely buffet breakfast, pretty location

    restaurant seemed overpriced, bedside lamp not working, room very dark needs more light near bed as cannot read

    8.8

  • David
      United Kingdom
    10 August 2014

    Having complained about the room we were allocated as it was so small you could hardly walk around the bed, we were given a much larger comfortable room

    The staff were friendly but the service deplorably slow both in the bar and the restaurant

    8.3

  • Nigel
      United Kingdom
    10 August 2014

    Rooms were excellent in a lovely, peaceful location. Large rear garden for eating, drinking and relaxing, perfect as it was warm and sunny when we were there.

    If you like peace and quiet check that there is no wedding when you stay there. Was very noisy until the early hours and did not appreciate being woken by inebriated shouting.

    7.9

  • Sarah
      United Kingdom
    7 August 2014

    Ideal location for visiting Marlow and Henley. This is a very old inn where the walls are wonky and the floors creak so if you want marble and stainless steel then you had best go elsewhere ! New manager had just started and was very attentive and friendly as were all the other staff , bar menu and breakfast were both excellent . Room was comfy with huge bed and large walk in shower . Would recommend .

    9.6

  • Roy
      United Kingdom
    7 August 2014

    Close to thames good walking area

    Staff

    6.3

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