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1.3 miles from centre of Hurley
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A chic boutique hotel in the heart of Berkshire. The Hotel is easily accessible from the towns of Henley-on-Thames, Marlow & Maidenhead, with quick access to the M4, M40, Heathrow and Central London.
1.4 miles from centre of Hurley
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Spa Illuminata Danesfield House invites you into a luxurious world of wellbeing where you can relax and unwind in its tranquil surroundings and indulge in an unrivalled range of face and body treatments.
1.4 miles from centre of Hurley
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Step into a world of timeless elegance & sophistication. Brimming with history, Danesfield House is set amidst 65 acres of gardens by the River Thames.
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3.2 miles from centre of Hurley
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When you have had the pleasure of spending a night or two at The Compleat Angler, dreamily set right next to the banks of the Marlow Weir in leafy Buckinghamshire with a quaint church and elegant 1832 suspension bridge as background, it's terribly hard to check out. The bedrooms are quintessentially English in décor (19th century fish illustrations on the wall, lavish drapes over French windows) but with a modern ultra-luxurious twist. As for dining, tuck into British classics at Bowaters...
3.4 miles from centre of Hurley
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The Chequers is a charming hotel located on Marlow High Street in the heart of the town centre. With live music on a Friday night, guest can enjoy the lively atmosphere in the bar. Nine en-suite contemporary and styled rooms offer a cosy and comfortable stay to suit all budgets. There are eight rooms with kingsize beds and one room with a double bed. Two of the rooms with kingsize beds can also be split into two twin beds when needed too. Please note: due to the location guest should be...
3.6 miles from centre of Hurley
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Just an oar's throw from the banks of the river, the Hotel du Vin Henley On Thames is housed inside a classic Georgian façade which once belonged to the Brakspears Brewery. In typical du Vin fashion, the building has been super sensitively converted, retaining all the classic architecture, from the soaring beamed ceilings in the public areas to the smart exposed red brick walls of the restaurant. Rooms are to be found in the set of buildings that encircle the old brewery yard (there are 4...
4 miles from centre of Hurley
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Crowne Plaza Marlow is situated in a stunning lakeside location set in 5 acres of beautiful countryside, making it an ideally placed conference destination, as well as a spectacular wedding and events venue. The venue can be easy reach from the M4, M40 and M25 motorways, Maidenhead, High Wycombe and the Heathrow Airport.
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4.1 miles from centre of Hurley
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Awarded an AA Rosette for culinary excellence, you will enjoy exceptional European and authentic Indian cuisine at Crowne Plaza Marlow's stylish Glaze Restaurant. Take in stunning views across the lawns and lake in the Conservatory, or dine al fresco on the terrace if the weather allows. Whether you wish to enjoy an intimate meal for two or celebrate in style with a large group of family and friends, Glaze Restaurant provides the perfect environment for you. The menu offers contempor...
4.1 miles from centre of Hurley
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Wedding Coordinator Available
The Crowne Plaza Marlow is a luxurious lakeside hotel, spanning over 5 acres of beautiful Buckinghamshire countyside. The newly refurbished hotel is paired with landscaped grounds and a deep-blue lake overlooking the picturesque town of Marlow. Holding up to 300 guests for a bespoke ceremony in the Winterlake Suite, the Crowne Plaza Marlow is the idyllic wedding venue.
5.9 miles from centre of Hurley
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Discover the beautiful Greys Court and surrounding gardens Greys Court is a picturesque 14th century house that was much added to, with one surviving tower dating from 1347. It has been the home of the Brunner family since the 1930s and is furnished as a family home, with some fine 18th century plasterwork and early English furniture in mahogany, walnut and oak. The entrance hall displays a collection of porcelain and the plain pine staircase has a window at the top with panels of Swi...
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