Brockenhurst Hotel

A Hotel in Ascot, Berkshire

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Brockenhurst Hotel, Brockenhurst Rd

Brockenhurst Hotel, Ascot

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Accommodation Description:

Enjoy a warm welcome upon your arrival at Brockenhurst. Nestled into the classic English town of Ascot, Brockenhurst is exceptionally comfortable and convenient to local amenities. The hotel compliments the world class facilities and events within the local area.

Ascot enjoys the company of visitors from throughout the world.

Ascot enjoys the company of visitors from throughout the world. Royal Ascot is the pinnacle of the flat racing season and is a fine example of British style and world class sporting entertainment. Our standards of hospitality are second to none.

Allow our expert staff to cater to your every need. At Brockenhurst we offer a range of well furnished, comfortable rooms ranging from executive suites to clean and efficient doubles and twins. Brockenhurst is situated in fine, well maintained grounds which really come into their own in the summer months.

The gardens add to the attraction of the hotel as functions can spill out of the hotel into the private grounds and gardens. At Brockenhurst, we pride ourselves on our high standards. Each room is equipped to meet your every requirement.

And of course the comfort in knowing you will have a good nights sleep in our very spacious beds. All rooms include En Suite, Satellitte TV, Tea and coffee facilities and trouser press. Nearby you will find a wealth of attractions including Windsor.

While the magnificent Windsor Castle is this majestic town's main attraction, don't miss the tranquil Savill Gardens, or the family-friendly Legoland just a short drive away. Alsodon't miss Ascot. Though a pretty Berkshire town in its own right, it's fair to say that Ascot is dominated by its spectacular racecourse.

Certainly one of the world's finest and most famous courses, Ascot attracts over half a million visitors each year.

2 star rating

From: £89.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Trouser press
Tea and coffee making facilities
Ironing board
Colour television

Wedding services
Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Dry cleaning
BBQ/Picnic area

On-site parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
Breakfast and Dinner is served in our spacious light and airy dining room at the heart of the Hotel. Continental breakfast is included in the room rate. Full cooked breakfast is available at extra charge of ᆪ9.50

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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