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Hotels in Taplow

Taplow House Hotel
Berry Hill
Taplow
Buckinghamshire

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A stunning Georgian retreat situated on the border between Berkshire and Buckinghamshire and a peaceful haven only 15 min. from London Heathrow Airport and 10 min. from Historic Windsor. Set in 6 acres of beautiful gardens and boasting Europe's largest tulip trees Taplow House Hotel is the perfect setting for a meeting, private event, wedding or relaxing overnight stay.

On the edge of one of the loveliest old villages in the Thames Valley and dating back to 1598, Taplow House stands within beautiful secluded grounds in this busy part of England where space is at a premium. As you sweep into the driveway you are greeted by a fine Country House Hotel, which was originally a gift from James I to Hampson, Governor of Virginia.

The venue offers a rare combination of period charm, great comfort in the individually furnished rooms and state of the art business amenities and an outstanding restaurant. Attentive yet discreet service is the byword at Taplow House Hotel and a warm welcome awaits guests.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star 77%
Number of Rooms: 32
Number Ensuite: 32

Price per Room:

Double: From 140
Twin: 140
Single: 130
Suite: From 190
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Restaurant

Name: Berry's
Cuisine: Modern European
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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