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Good Hotel Guide Review
A fine base for exploring the Chilterns, this urbane hotel is just outside a picturesque riverside village. Styled in creams and greys, the bedrooms, some with a private patio, have comforts such as air conditioning and under-floor heating; efficient insulation subdues noise from the adjacent busy road. There’s a choice of eating areas: the sophisticated restaurant, (sleek wood panelling, leather banquettes, oversized artwork) where (Thurs–Sun) guests have their pick from Japanese and International menus, or the smartly rustic, slate-floored bar; and heated garden terraces, ideal for alfresco meals. The Omakase Sushi Bar offers an authentic, exclusive dining experience for sushi aficionados. At breakfast, find a choice of cooked dishes. Within easy reach of historic houses, vineyards and river cruises.
10. Some suitable for disabled.
all year, restaurant closed Mon, Tues, Wed.
bar, restaurant, private dining room, in-room TV (Freeview), function facilities, civil wedding licence, spa treatment room, large terrace, electric car charging points.
in public areas until 11 pm, plus live music at weekends.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in bar, on terrace.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £190–£310. À la carte £55.
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