The New Inn

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Maidenhead, Berkshire

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88 Bath Road Knowl Hill
RG10 9UU

The New Inn, Maidenhead

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Accommodation Description:

The New Inn is a family run restaurant and sister restaurant to Valle D'oro restaurant in Newbury which has a Certificate of Excellence 2013 from Trip Adviser. We pride ourselves for the quality of our food friendly atmosphere and good service. We are a family run Bed and Breakfast with our very own Italian Restaurant and Pub.

We are perfectly situated on the A4 in Berkshire between Reading and Maidenhead. There are 9 bedrooms in total and were completely refurbished in July 2013. We also have a 4 Trip adviser rating which we consistantly reach 4/5 star ratings.

We are less than 5 minutes from the M4 so it s at a great advantage if you need to get to London/Heathrow/Reading etc. The rooms are unique as everyone has a different decor and is plush in many ways.

 4 star rating

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