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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the room
Free! WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Free! Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Room service, 24-hour front desk, Laundry, Dry cleaning, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying, Bridal suite
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
From 14:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 11 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged 100 % of the room stay per night per person for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.
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Based on 417 reviews
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This historic country house is in large gardens, overlooking the River Thames. The 4-star Oakley Court Hotel offers free parking, an award-winning restaurant, and an indoor pool.
Score from 762 reviews Fabulous
The 4-Star Crowne Plaza Marlow is located beside a lake, in the heart of the Thames Valley.
Score from 327 reviews Very good
Overlooking Marlow Weir and the River Thames, this 4-star, 400 year old country house offers luxurious rooms, private boats and fishing. It boasts 2 award-winning restaurants and a cocktail bar.
Score from 169 reviews Very good
This guest house, which is located across 2 houses, is a stylish haven with luxury en suite rooms, easy access to the M4 and M40, and free parking.
Score from 101 reviews Superb
Surprising and pleasant hotel / inn - an excellent find. Good location for the Thames path. Food is very good, although on second / third night of our stay we opted to eat out as we did not think the menu changed enough.
Buffet breakfast at weekend's. During the week hot breakfast is cooked to order - muchmore pleasing.
Room was great as it has direct access to outside.
Slightly over my budget
Style and décor of the room was lovely, great sized room for the price or though it was reduced quite a bit so may not be representative of normal prices.
The lack of mini bar was disappointing, especially seeing as the room service wasn't explained or very extensive in the end, even biscuits with the teas and coffee would have been nice.
The location, the history, the garden, some of the food, the size of the rooms, comfy bed, some of the staff.
All of the decoration is tired and probably contributes to some areas appearing dirty. The menu was too limited for us and the breakfast was average. This could be a fantastic hotel with some further investment and some passionate staff.
Our superior bedroom was in the Malt-house, a tastefully renovated Victorian building. It was extremely comfortable, especially the huge bed. I really love places that have cotton sheets and firm yet soft mattresses, so this was perfect. Good choices at the breakfast buffet though a shame the coffee tasted instant.
Our lunch at the 'Summer Kitchen' was very mediocre. The coffee at breakfast tasted instant. And we had an annoying lorry that turned on its engine at 7.45 on Sunday morning and kept it turning over in high gear for 45 minutes! Not the fault of the hotel, but a potential hazard when you have a room that overlooks the street.
big bed, building.
Felt very at home, very good service and loved the location.
Location Overall hotel / pub
No Air Con in the room
Wedding taking place in the barn by our room. Disco didn't end until 1am, which we were surprised with.
This was booked for my parents golden wedding present and they had a great time enjoying the beautiful area and hotel. The hotel is fresh and modern with welcoming staff. Great value for the money.
Quiet location, easily accessible, comfortable.
We had an early morning start and so had to miss breakfast.
The whole ambience of The Old Bell and it's associated buildings. Beautiful setting and grounds in a quiet village. We enjoyed evening dinner and breakfast the following morning.
We were a little disappointed at being allocated a room with full disabled facilities. Didn't like the floor covering of the room which was very course matting. This was uncomfortable underfoot with bare feet. TV remote - batteries flat.
Lovely large room and comfortable
Even after booking the room 4 months in advance of our stay and asking to have an early check in as travelling from afar for wedding we didn't get this and it caused unnecessary stress
lovely quiet area. Near the Thames just what we We were looking for .
I waited 10 mins to get served a drink,and then was ignored in favour of an other customer whom had just arrived! When i went to get a further drink , there were 10 people waiting and only one barman.
Comfy bed Good food Reasonable price for room Easy parking Good shower Friendly waitress
TV remote didn't work No shelves in room V.Small room Moody waitress (trainee?)
quality of the room, the food in the restaurant
shower not working weel
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.
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
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 !
The beds were comfortable. The toiletry range was pleasant. That's it.
The receptionist Olga was rude. The food service was very very slow - there was only half the menu available. The room had in excess of 200 marks on the walls including a large tea stain etc. Bizarrely the "wardrobe" / hanging space was 5 hangers on the wall. The TV didn't work work on most channels.
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)
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