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Reviews of Fox Country Hotel, High Wycombe

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Review by J Richardson on 6th June, 2010

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The hotel was nice and clean. Some members of staff were very helpful, others did not have a good grasp of English and did not always understand what was being requested. The rooms are small and do not have air conditioning. We stayed on a particularly hot night and found it impossible to sleep. Friends of ours who were in ground floor rooms also suffered as some of the rooms only have french doors and for safety you couldn't leave these open. For the money (we had a discount rate) I would not recommend this hotel, in fact I have stayed in more comfortable Premier Inns which do have air conditioning and are much cheaper.

Date visited: 5th June 2010

Review by Anonymous on 2nd February, 2009

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Good Points: Clean, pleasant decor, good facilities General review: This is a little gem of a hotel, tucked away in the country, and a well maintained bar and neat rooms - not big but adequate and well equipped. I felt very safe and enjoyed the lack of formality about the place. Breakfast was good with lots of choice.

Date visited: 2009-02-02

Review by C I on 27th August, 2008

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Good Points: Hotel looked great with the room being clean and comfortable. Staff were friendly and there was a really good atmosphere. Food was excellent. Would highly recommend. General review: Would certainly come back again. Enjoyed our stay in what is a lovely area.

Date visited: 2008-08-27

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