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Chequers Inn Hotel and Restaurant
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Reviewed 13 November 2017 via mobile

Stayed here for a wedding nearby.... Excellent hotel I was not expecting it to be so lovely, rooms gorgeous and recently renovated to a very high standard and pub and restaurant also first class highly recommended 5*

Stayed: November 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Adam100666
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Reviewed 6 November 2017 via mobile

On a colleague’s recommendation I stayed at the Chequers Inn Hotel overnight between two busy days. I enjoyed winding down in the cosy bar where the beer was good and the food pleasingly comforting. However my room was reminiscent of an earlier era - the fixtures and fittings were shabby, bathroom light wouldn’t switch off and the bed was borderline comfortable. The transmission of noise from adjacent rooms was unacceptable and I was awoken over an hour before my alarm call by the sound of plumbing and banging doors. However breakfast was a treat and almost compensated for my lack of sleep. Next time I am in the area I’ll happily visit the pub but probably choose somewhere else to stay.

Stayed: October 2017, travelled on business
Thank Beancounter27
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Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

Did I really focus on the chips - yes. Good steak too. A meal I really enjoyed. And a pretty good place to stay too. So much nicer to stay in a decent pub/inn than the typical characterless chain hotel. TV’s in the cheep rooms are bad - but the bar is much better than the TV



Stayed: October 2017, travelled on business
Thank oxfordtreker
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Reviewed 16 October 2017

A secluded pub,restaurant and hotel in a quiet countrified area handy for a host of interesting places to see.There is plenty of accessible off road parking.
We stayed a weekend in a room in the new extension. This is a modern 2 storey building with bedrooms on both floors. The ground floor conveniently has a hot drinks dispenser which was well stocked and worked faultlessly. The rooms are immaculate with modern comfortable furniture and smart fittings.
We got off to a slow start as our room wasn't ready till 4.30pm although check out is mid-day.
The Restaurant has about 24 tables managed by Nic and Emma who had a good grip of the place. It was just about full on the Saturday night. The menu was excellent with a good wine list by glass or bottle. Starters included a wide range of tasty options including scallops - our favourite. Mains covered a wide range of options. We had ribeye steak. The portions were large ,well cooked with accompaniments. The side dishes were well cooked ( spinach) The desserts were interesting - we had greengage pudding with tonka bean ice cream and apple tatin with custard. Both were most enjoyable.
The service was attentive but not rushed which was perfect.
We had the added bonus of bumping into an Elvis impersonator singing at a golden wedding anniversary in a separate function room in the main building.If you are a light sleeper it might be worth checking if there is a wedding or similar in the diary when you book.Elvis stopped at midnight - whether by design or exhaustion wasn't clear.
The stay was moderately expensive but we would return.

Room Tip: To be on the safe side be away from the function room at the weekend
Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Tinworm
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Reviewed 2 October 2017

We had a very comfortable stay here last weekend. The accomodation was in a separate building to the pub and very quiet. We had a large room with a very comfortable king-sized bed.

The atmosphere in the pub was great although it was too busy for us to eat there as you would expect on a Friday night but the staff found us a table for 2 in the restaurant and we had a delicious meal - venison and partridge, both of which were cooked beautifully and presented very well. We were very disappointed not to be able to manage desert! The service was attentive and helpful without being obtrusive.

Sadly we only stayed one night but I would highly recommend The Chequers and we certainly would return if we were in the area again.

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank VanessaStroud
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