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Located in Abingdon in the Oxfordshire region, The Cherry Tree provides accommodations with free private parking. From the moment we walked in the relatively new owners couldn't have been happier or more helpful. A great pub where you can stay and not have to leave the grounds to have an enjoyable weekend. Fantastic around.
In 20 acres of peaceful parkland, this Georgian manor house has a pool, leisure facilities and free Wi-Fi. I loved the staff. Sophie and lilly were dolls. Very lovely to chat with such intellegent women of a younger generation. I found people relatable and down to earth and the accomodations superbly comfortable. The meals were superb and the bed a dream. I will pick this hotel when i stay in didcot in the future. Booking.com sets you up with the nice ros apart from what I called the submarine base... an extension built in the 60s.
Set 5 mi from Abingdon, Courtyard by Marriott Oxford South has a 24-hour fitness center, 24-hour front desk and restaurant. The accommodations features a business center and luggage storage for... Every aspect of staying there was a good experience ..
Lovely building but would have preferred not to have accommodation in cottages. Generally clean and well kept but unseen areas require attention- behind cottages Pool area good Dinner pleasing Breakfast could have been a lot more organised with better trained staff in all aspects Reception staff require more training in admin skills Some waiting staff require skills in communication and dress to be bought to their attention.
Lots of lovely walks, lots of history, buses to Oxford, Didcot, trains to Bath etc. We mainly ate at "The Cherry Tree" where we stayed, but we also tried "Mira Spice" the local Indian just down the road from The Cherry Tree and had an excellent meal. We also tried the pub next door "The Fox" and had the most wonderful macaroni cheese, Cherry Tree had a pub quiz on the Monday evening which we entered not expecting to do very well,but with half the pub helping we didn't do too badly. The main reason for us going to Steventon was to go to steam train museums, one in Swindon, one in Didcote and one in Pendon, other than that we did a lot of walking discovering the local area.
No bedside lights so could not read in bed. Loud music from wedding disco. No phone to contact reception. No room service. View of car park in spite of asking for garden view and being promised one in reception. They only had 1 chef so suggested we should get dinner down the road!!!
Take the Causeway cobbled path to northstar pub. Turn off before the church to the left, follow toepath and take a right along bridleway up to the copse. Nice walk to milton and beyond. White horse hill next day after a good breakfast. Village has 3 good pubs an indian and coop. Abingdon is closebuy for nice independant shops. Lovely and smart
Nothing at all. Horrid 70 s out of date dingy building with dirty entrance, I would have thought it hadn't been cleaned for months. Receptionist did know when breakfast started on a Sunday. So we didn't eat. A freezing cold room on the wettest and coldest Autumn day this year. Ask for how heating worked, only to have a reply, 'it doesn't come on until October'. 2 hours later they sent a free standing heater but it didn't have any affect. Plus we had gone to bed to keep warm. (This was the first day of our holiday) spoiled. Thank goodness for Novotel in Fontainbleau! A layer of dust around the bath panel that must have been there for months. Needs a complete face lift. Wished we had gone to a clean Premier Inn. It would have been cleaner, staff more helpful and less expensive. Never again.
A lovely area, beautiful countryside with great local pubs with good food. We can particularly The Merry Miller a quaint and friendly pub which serves high quality food. We enjoyed a fabulous driving event day with Car Chase Heros (such fun) in Abingdon. We could have stayed longer.