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Tel code: 01753 | code search
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Manor Hotel
"Good Points: Room were clean and big enough for 2 persons. Reception staff was nice and for me personal impoprtant, there was a computer provided for internet access, because on ..." More

Manor Hotel
"Bad Points: Bathroom very small not even anywhere to hang a towel or put toiletries. Service in Restuarant ill informed thinest steak ever had over priced. Noisey General review: Would not ..." More

Manor Hotel
"We recently held our wedding at the Manor and cannot thank the staff of this wonderful hotel enough. From the time that we made our initial visit to the time ..." More

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Datchet is a pretty village on the banks of the River Thames opposite Windsor Castle, which will have photographers reaching for their cameras in an instant, There is a delightful Village Green that has some of the oldest and prettiest buildings skirting the edge of it. One of the best ways to enjoy the area is by cruising up the Thames on one of the many boat trips on offer. Windsor Castle beckons to her visitors willing to share the history that has been home to sovereigns for over 900 years, with stunning towers and battlements that are ideal for any artist to capture. A tour around the apartments with it’s opulent furniture, or the stunning St Georges Chapel, where ten monarchs are buried including Henry V111, Charles 1, also Queen Elizabeth Queen Mother. For walkers a riverside walk with the beauty of birds and majestic swans swimming up the river, or walk over to Home Park across the bridge into Eton Playing Fields positioned behind Eton College which was founded in 1440 by King Henry V1, take a tour inside and see ‘The School yard’, ‘College Chapel’, ‘The Cloisters’ or even the museum which has 400 exhibits. Enchantment realised.

Church

St Mary the Virgin, Datchet

Dentist

Dr K Al Naib
NHS Dentist
R H Archer

Doctor

Datchet Health Centre

Golf Club

Datchet

Health and Fitness Club

Datchet Health & Fitness Club

Restaurant

Datchet Deli
Piccola Venezia

School

Churchmead C of E Secondary School
Datchet Montessori School
Eton End PNEU School
St Mary’s C of E Primary School

Solicitor

FITZ Solicitors

Taxi

Royal Taxis

Shops

The Studio Gallery
G Russell Butchers
Datchet Village Pharmacies
Perfectly Groomed
Hearts & Flowers

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Places to Stay near Datchet

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Manor Hotel (0.02 miles)

Manor Hotel

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The Manor is set in the tranquil area of Windsor, overlooking a green and nearby the banks of the river Thames. The Manor has 5 fully air conditioned conference suites, with complimentary ... More

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Castle Hotel (1.19 miles)

Castle Hotel

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A 2 minute walk from the main gate of Windsor Castle, the Mercure Castle Hotel is an historic landmark in its own right. Excellently positioned for shopping, sightseeing and access to ... More

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Royal Adelaide Hotel (1.21 miles)

Royal Adelaide Hotel

The historic 4* Royal Adelaide Hotel is an elegant Georgian hotel in Windsor located opposite the Long Walk to Windsor Castle and offers exceptional service and accommodation at affordable prices.
The hotel is located in a ... More | visit website

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Harte & Garter Hotel (1.22 miles)

Harte & Garter Hotel
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Ye Harte & Garter Hotel is situated on the High Street in the centre of Windsor. Ye Harte & Garter Hotel ... More
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Sir Christopher Wren's House Hotel & Spa (1.22 miles)

Sir Christopher Wren

Choose this elegant town house for its privileged location beside the Thames, between Eton Bridge and the walls of Windsor Castle; for its proud associations with England’s greatest architect; for the outstanding cuisine of Strok’s ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Windsor Central (1.31 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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The Christopher Hotel, Bar & Grill (1.33 miles)

The Christopher Hotel, Bar & Grill

Situated in the heart of historic Eton, The Hotel is surrounded by art galleries, antique shops, bustling bars, cafes and restaurants.

The famous Eton College is on our doorstep and it is only a short walk ... More | visit website

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Clarence Hotel (1.44 miles)

Clarence Hotel

The hotel is located very close to the town centre, within a few minutes walk of shopping, restaurants, Windsor Castle, River Thames and Eton College.

The facilities include a Licensed Bar, large screen cable tv, Steam-Sauna and free ... More | visit website

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The Trooper (1.49 miles)

The Trooper

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The Trooper is full of charm and character, ideally located in the heart of Windsor. The hotel is within walking distance of Windsor Castle and easy reach of the surrounding ... More

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Charles House (1.56 miles)

Charles House
Charles House, a fabulous guest house recently opened in Windsor, Berkshire is only a 5 minute walk from Windsor town centre and Windsor Castle.

Windsor Town Centre has many places offering breakfast, but for your convenience ... More | visit website

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