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This is not the kind of a hotel I would normally book, so I am reluctant to comment on the décor and facilities as they may well appeal to some. It appears to be quiet and not near any shops or pubs, however you can...More
We stayed as a couple with a 9-year old after travelling up from Cornwall to visit the UK Wolf Conservation Trust the next day.
Gigantic room 204 and three lovely big beds!
Breakfast was quick and tasty!
Had a one night stay as a single traveller needing to go into the city centre the next day.Took advantage of the public transport,bus stop outside hotel,time taken 15/20 minutes.All the staff were very friendly and althoughi am a discerning traveller The Hotel offers very...More
lovely single room with good bathroom on ground floor
nice breakfast with pleasant staff
parking a bit tight if very busy
But alas no wifi no 3/4G or Phone reception
while the hotel advertises free wifi the night I was there they could not the...More
Stopped over for the night.. Had a meeting in Aldermaston the next day.
The hotel is pleasant and the staff are very accommodating. The check in procedure was quick and very simple (Just what you need after a long drive).
The room was comfortable and...More
US$ 93 - US$ 108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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"Probably best to avoid rooms facing the main road"