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High St, Hurley, Marlow, SL6 5LX, United Kingdom – Show map
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the room
WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
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
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 11 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
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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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 179 reviews Very good
The 4-Star Crowne Plaza Marlow is located beside a lake, in the heart of the Thames Valley.
Score from 338 reviews Very good
The Holiday Inn High Wycombe M40 Jct4 hotel is ideally located, close to the M40 with easy links to the M25 and M4. Rooms feature large flat-screen HD TVs with HD channels.
Score from 324 reviews Very good
Surrounded by picturesque Thames Valley countryside, this charming boutique hotel and restaurant is in the idyllic village of Cookham Dean, only a 45-minute drive from central London.
Score from 116 reviews Good
Pleasant village, good bar, restaurant looked promising (but did not eat on this occasion), delightful riverside walk into Marlow.
The room was attractive and comfortable, with a lovely balcony overlooking the extensive gardens. Excellent shower room, large comfortable bed, superb breakfast, both cooked and buffet in attractive dining room.
Some door banging noise from the kitchen below in the morning.
Rooms were good and staff and food excellant.
Carpet on bedroom floor too harsh hard flooring would be better.
Ambience. Picturesque location. Nearby river walks stylist bedroom design. .
Lack of fresh coffee making facilities in our room. Abscence of radio in our bedroom. Room not as spotlessly clean as we have come to expect. Intrusive piped music in dining room at breakfast time.
Olde worlde charm. Lovely location. Good breakfast
Noise of air extractors outside, room overly hot and air con in room noisy.
Nearly everthing about the hotel unfortunately the restaurant failed to meet expectations
Sink plug not working, Roberts radio very tatty Pork rillettes Lacked finesse, bread took a while to arrive as did drinks. Main course of hake...very small portions...the bread was stale.
Location old world charm
lack of space to place clothing and suitcases (have to live out of the suitcase on the floor as there was no wardrobe or chest of drawers, just coat hangers on wall hooks!) cost - very expensive for what you get.
Nice room, comfortable bed, great breakfast and good food in bar and restaurant. Staff at breakfast friendly enough
Indifferent staff bordering on the unfriendly at check in and in the bar.
Distance to room, problem with waste on wash basin.
We had a room in the Building next door to the very old part of the pub. Room was very nice with a really good shower room and a bath actually in the room. Staff excellent.
Felt at times as if it was a little understaffed. Waited ages at the bar to get served the following lunchtime. Tried to phone several times before we arrived on two separate days. Just got in a loop on the phone system and could not get an answer. We even phoned a sister venue, they also could not get through at all.
Easy access to wedding venue
Dangerous stairs with hot water pipe alongside hand rail. Too hot with winter quilt. Lack of ventilation only 1 tiny window. We had apparently been upgraded but would have preferred the room we had booked
Hurley is beautiful - a real gem of an undiscovered Thames-side village with easy access to the river. There was an ease and trust about the staff. Nothing was too much trouble. The food in the restaurant was superb. Beds were comfortable; shower was warm and powerful.
The standard room was small with no real storage space - OK for a night or two but perhaps not longer. The bar could do with a serious makeover quickly although it was a pleasant place to spend an evening. Impressed that the barman checked on whether a tipsy drinker was staying in the hotel or driving before serving him.
Loved the old authenticity of the place. The gardens etc. The location. Also the breakfast was fabulous.
The traffic! Which seems to go on all night, even at 3/4/5 am. Thought it was a sleepy village but not according to the amount of traffic passing by my window all morning. I was in room 51. Also, I'm a senior manager in customer service and I felt the staff lacked a bit of real warmth and genuineness in their desire to help/serve. I'll be back though. Everyone deserves a second chance as think it was a busy weekend.
A comfortable overnight stay in a real country hotel. Very good breakfast. Pleasant staff at all times.
The many stairs to my room. Perhaps would be a good idea for staff to show visitors to their rooms ---- by the most direct room. Not always obvious in older property.
The staff was excellent, the new gardener has already changed the garden for good. Very fine work. Great addition to the house The reception lady was excellent. The night service to leave already at 4:00 am in the morning was very kind and helpful as well. The restaurant breakfast was good.
The smell in the bar (the old part) horrible, was addressed. The whole night there was a noise which seem to be either from the radiation. Did not get sleep, The way the room numbers were structured, you had to go through different stairways.
The British touch
Carpet at the room, not very good if you are allergic or why asma problems. They need to vacuum every day.
Carpets in the rooms No bath Scrambled eggs looked like omlette
Room was lovely , lovely lunch when I got there!! An lovely breakfast
My first room had problems with lock so receptionist kindly change me to another room !! Which was totally lovely !! But a generater or something out side was A little annoying Toilet button didn't seem to work well But was still a lovely room
We have previously stayed in one of the barns and our room was lovely. The receptionist was very helpful but next time I would refuse her offer of a room upgrade and insist we stay in one of the outbuildings.
Our bedroom in main building needed some repairs (door handle and lights in bathroom. The room was too hot and had an airconditioning unit outside the window which made it noisy when the window was open. Our meal on the sunday night was overpriced (£24.50 for 2 courses)and we were overcharged by £10 on our bill. This was refunded but we were given no apology by the Restaurant Manager and made to feel as if it was our fault. The waitress took my meal away before I had finished eating and whilst my Husband was still eating.
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
We liked the setting and location near to Henley where we needed to be each day. Also good for visiting Windsor and plenty of national trust places to see.
The room smelled of damp. The roller blinds were covered in mildew and the place didn't feel clean. I tried to overlook it but first impressions were not good. Slow staff at breakfast dispute the manager trying to organise them. Wouldn't visit again due to lack of cleanliness. A lady said the place was much better a few years ago.
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.
We booked for lunch on arrival. Food was extremely good though just the two of us in the restaurant. I remember it from the late fifties and it would have been full! Staff were friendly and efficient. Parking excellent and breakfast generous, with newspapers.
They promote their standard bedrooms as being designer shabby chic. I am sorry but shabby cheap is a more accurate description. Bed was good but bare floor boards with occasional nails, 'rainforest shower' was just an ordinary shower, no curtains but a blind that allowed the light from an outside courtyard light to penetrate the room. I had to get up and find a towel from the bathroom to drape over the edge of the blind to stand any chance of sleeping. Room 52 is in an annexe which involved climbing one staircase, descending another and then climbing a third. Not amusing carrying suitcase and a suit bag. The room did not match the description on my 'Booking.com' confirmation. Leaflet in reception gives a history of the hotel announcing such guests from yesteryear as Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. They would not want to stay there now if they were alive! I cannot believe the room cost £155 a night. Poor value but for one night I chose not to make a fuss. But I would not want others to have high expectations.
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