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The Runnymede-on-Thames
Windsor Road
Egham
Surrey

TW20 0AG | View map
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the runnymede-on-thames is 4 Star luxury, privately owned hotel, located 5 miles from Windsor and 7 miles from Heathrow, on the banks of the River Thames. It is ideally situated for exploring the tourist and historic attractions nearby, including Windsor Castle, Thorpe Park, Ascot Races and Legoland.

Extensive conference and banqueting facilities are available and the hotel is licensed for Civil Weddings. Both business and leisure guests can enjoy the carefully maintained gardens and relax at the health and fitness spa before a meal at either of the hotel's two fantastic restaurants, Leftbank and Charlie Bell's.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 180
Number Ensuite: 180

Price per Room:

Double: From 200
Twin: From 200
Single: From 162
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Restaurant

Name: Leftbank
Cuisine: Mediterranean Classic and Contemporary
Chef: Laurence Curtis

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