29 The Hythe
Rating: 3 Stars
Anne Boleyn Hotel is perfectly situated for both Gatwick and Heathrow airport. With Heathrow a 15 minute drive and Gatwick 40 minutes. The Anne Boleyn is also close to all of the attractions Windsor has to offer, including Thorpe Park and Windsor castle within a 5 minute drive. All of the hotels bedrooms have recently been refurbished to add full ensuite to each. The hotel also has chinese and indian restaurants onsite. **Please note clients must provide their 3-digit security code as additional info in the REMARKS field to ensure the booking ...
c/o The Oast Barn, Staines Road
Rating: 4 Stars
Orange Cottage- Orange Cottage is a quaint Victorian, fully detached, large Cottage overlooking the duck pond in the centre of historic Wraysbury Village. The Cottage was featured in Period Living and Traditional Homes magazine in their April 2005 issue. The cottage has 3 bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen-breakfast area, dining area, conservatory and laundry room. The lounge is comfortably furnished and has TV with digi-box, DVD-video and stereo unit. Wireless internet access is available. The house is fully centrally heated (with the excepti ...
171 Town Lane Stanwell
Rating: No Rating
The Stanwell Hotel Heathrow is a small, privately owned hotel, combining all the period elegance, charm and character of a grand residence, whilst offering a choice of accommodation and bar and brasserie facilities to suit the business traveller and leisure tourist. The Hotel is very accessible, located beside Heathrows Terminals 4 and 5, and the M25(junction 14), and is very close to Terminals 1,2 and 3. The hotel itself is in the historical village of Stanwell and is set in its own acre of mature gardens. Bedrooms are ensuite and have tea/coffee facilities, mineral ...
Rating: Star Rating 3
The Macdonald Thames Lodge is a rambling, mainly 19th century building with a modern extension sitting right on the banks of the River Thames. The hotel still has it's own moorings, a tradition dating back to the days when it was known as the Packhorse and used as a stopping shop for barges being hauled up the River by horse. Visitors enjoy the sights of the River from the hotel lounge and restaurant and those who have chosen a bedroom on the top floor have a view which makes it hard to believe that the hotel is only 19 miles from Central London. ...
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