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In Summary - A lovely old English Coaching Inn.
> Perfect overnight stop for our 2 day walk on the Thames path (10 mins walk to river)
> Great car parking.
> Drinks were good value
> Evening meal was good value and very good...More
The room was nice for the price, with a four-post bed and lots of space (There was some mould on the carpet ... but I didn't mind so much, its an old building.) There are lots of stairs to the rooms. There was a really...More
We stayed here last night as we were in the area for a friend's birthday.
The hotel is a real coach inn, charming and very homely.
Chantel on reception is a gem, assisting us with such efficiency when booking a taxi to and from the...More
To be fair, they don't claim their food is 'home-cooked'. Just as well, because it wasn't. I didn't think anyone used Smash any more; I certainly don't expect to be served it in a public restaurant. I suspect the Beef Stew was out of a...More
Thank jane h
Response from liaanvanzyl, Manager at George Hotel Dorchester-on-Thames
The salad was a Caesar salad which consists of baby leaf salad, croutons, parmesan cheese and dressing which was all present on the plate when you ordered the salad. The beef stew is made from roasted sirloin which is cut by a chef who strives...More
The staff were very polite and helpful. Bar area comfortable. Not a great first impression though as you walk through the door with the cooking smells. Reception area is very unwelcoming and more than basic. No heating in room and bathroom very dated with mould...More
Is this hotel in walking distance to shops and other bars/restaurants?
23 August 2016|
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Response from Roobarb-Roobarb | Reviewed this property |
I can only endorse those previous answers. In Dorchester there are a few pubs and a small Co-op where you can get sandwiches. However, if you want more choice, Abingdon, Wallingford, and even Oxford are all within fairly... More
I can only endorse those previous answers. In Dorchester there are a few pubs and a small Co-op where you can get sandwiches. However, if you want more choice, Abingdon, Wallingford, and even Oxford are all within fairly easy driving distance.