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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 available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
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Until 11:00 AM
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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 in a crib.
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/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. Charges may apply.
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This former 17th-century traveler's inn offers elegant rooms in the village of Stokenchurch, between London and Oxford. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi and free parking on site.
Score from 56 reviews 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 130 reviews Good
The Holiday Inn High Wycombe M40 Jct4 hotel is ideally located, close to highway M40 with easy access to highways M25 and M4.
Score from 352 reviews Very good
This wisteria-clad historic hotel is uniquely located by the banks of the Thames River, close to Heathrow and Reading airports.
Score from 118 reviews Good
I was quite worried after I read some of the reviews , but I must say I'm so pleased I didn't cancel . As myself and my Husband had a lovely Night away from the children . The Olde bell is beautiful and very relaxed , nice staff especially the receptionist. And a beautiful room with tea an coffee plus water , plus the most comfortable bed ive stayed in yet !the shower was very nice with copious amounts of hot water . Nice little pub tucked away just a couple of steps away ! For our mini pub craw . Also we popped into Marlow town , you can walk but as time was short we decided to drive . The breakfast was very enjoyable as myself I enjoy Continental and my husband prefers the cooked breakfast and both were on offer . Plus lots of hot tea and coffee served by the waitress All in all we would definitely return
The only little things I think would enhance The Olde Bell , would be biscuits in the room and maybe the staff could be a little more informative, as I was sure we had been upgraded, but I had to ask in the morning , rather then being told we were upon arrival . Plus a little more info at breakfast would be nice eg how the breakfast routine works etc ,as every hotel is different apart from little niggles we very much enjoyed our stay
Breakfast, location, environment.
Hotel slightly too warm, restaurant quite expensive.
I was very pleasantly surprised, I stumbled upon this hotel needing somewhere to stay close to Henley, Great value for money, a lovely ambience in the bar area. And the room was huge and very well decorated, I will 100% return,
I actually struggled to find something I did not like.... I guess if I could change anything the pillows where to soft!! Can't please everyone ;)
Comfy Hotel Lots of Rooms Good bar Good Food Friendly Staff
Food a little pricey
Fantastic room, we stayed in a luxury room which is definitely worth it, beautiful decor and a wonderful bath in the room such a great place to unwind and relax. The main building is full of character and very tastefully furnished. Food was lovely and staff were very helpful and freindly. Great location in easy reach of Marlowe and Henley.
Fire could di with being lit more often
The location of the pub was beautiful and so was the pub itself
The room wasn't at all what expected, we were led to believe we had a room leading onto a courtyard, this wasn't the case and was in a completely different block. Room lacked character and was extremely hot and had no storage. There was no English speaking staff which really let down the nature of this hotel.
Lovely stylish place to stay
Food was terrible especially if you want vegetarian
Quite trendy but relaxed country hotel set on a quiet high street in the pretty Hurley village. Nice rooms if a tiny bit dusty but well worth a visit
Room 21 looked out onto noisy car park
Stains on carpets and chairs Lime scale & dirty shower
Huge and wonderfully comfortable bed Charming and helpful staff Location in the heart of a stunning village surrounded by great walks No traffic so very quiet
Slow supper service (although it was New Year's Eve so I understand that they were very busy) We went for a Deluxe room which was very big, but was lacking in character. There was an exposed beam but that was about it! The bathroom was also dated which wasn't what I expected from a pub which presents itself as being a "boutique"
room was exceedingly tiresome to get to. It was cold in the room, in freezing weather.....would have expected it to be warm on arrival. No effort to show us our room or help with luggage......probably too far and awkward for them to do so !
Arriving after dark we were sent out with our luggage, in the rain, along the road to find a door. Entered building, no one in sight, finding room 53, up stairs, down stairs, then up more. Down to eat, no food except a full 2course dinner. Sat in dull bar with no fire, as we did again in morn awaiting our car. we also ordered a paper which did not arrive.
I booked and paid extra for a room with doors opening out onto the courtyard and refurbished bathroom.... but they put me in a 2nd floor room at the end of a maze of corridors with a grotty bathroom needing a good clean! When I mentioned it the girl on reception, she just shrugged and said it was booking.com's fault for not relaying the correct info!
Good size bed, plenty of hot water, multi choice of TV channels. Tea & coffee facilities.
Radio in room was very tatty. Bathroom was not cleaned after use. Had to ask for breakfast order to be taken. Some Buffet breakfast items I.e yoghurts expiry date was day of use and were not chilled.
Mice warm room.
Closing the bar early (earlier than their own scheduled time) despite 16 (sober) adults hosting a 50th birthday party.
Big bed, breakfast.
The added "travel" bed which we requested and were charged extra for was unsuitable for a 14 yo boy. We requested it because you didn't have a twin bed room, so he didn't have to share a bed with his twin sister, but was too fragile and small for a 14yo.
Quirky place. Nice antiques. Looks great.
Only 3 pillows between 2 of us. Had to ask twice for more. No hot water all weekend but they did give me a small refund. Bar ran out of Gordon's gin!
Everything it was fab!
The bar menu and snacks could be a bit more extensive.
Our shower was hot then cold then hot then cold
The breakfast was the best hotel breakfast I have ever had.
A very pleasant old inn in a delightful village with easy access to the Thames Path.
Bar and restaurant are quite expensive.
We had visited this hotel previously before the change in management. The food at the restaurant had been superb and was the reason we returned. Unfortunately the food is now poor, overpriced and the establishment feels as though it is being managed at arm's length. The staff try but are poorly trained and we experienced communication difficulties with some for whom English was a second language.
- Very friendly staff (especially Dawn at the bar/restaurant) - she was very helpful/polite - Nice comfortable rooms - good location if you like walks
Loved the very cosy feel of this hotel, perfect for our one night stay at the end of November. We had a very nice room in the main old building with lovely big bed and rocking chair. We had booked a meal in marlow as the food reviews weren't great but was reluctant to leave the festive hotel. Had a mediocre meal out and wished we had given the food a go there as breakfast the next morning was great.
The meal we had was second to none! The room was ok, a little basic and very squeaky floorboards but a very very comfortable bed and excellent value for money, would defiantly stay again
Our waiter in the restaurant must have been new and was inexperienced but the food made up for it!
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