Historic Hotel Accommodation in Staines, Berkshire
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The Anne Boleyn Hotel
An Historic Hotel in Staines, Berkshire
29 THE HYTHE
Accommodation Description:From: £60.00
The Anne Boleyn Hotel, now under new management is a charming 3 star listed hotel opposite the River Thames, dating back to the 16th century. The hotel caters for both business and leisure users and is conveniently situated near many attractions and transport hubs, including Thorpe Park, Windsor Castle, Legoland, Ascot and Kempton Races, Hampton Court, Chessington Theme Park, The Two Rivers Retail Park, Heathrow, London Waterloo, the M25, M4 and M3. Famous for her marriage to Henry VIII, her large dark eyes were often prominent in descriptions of Anne.
She used them, and the fascination they aroused, to her advantage. It is a centuries old rumour that beneath the three thousand year old yew tree at Ankerwycke Priory, Wraysbury (built c1150), Henry VIII courted Anne Boleyn. The Royal Couple used to travel through Staines by barge on their way to Windsor Castle..
Accommodation Rating: 3* Self assessed
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Great Fosters - 1.4 miles (Garden)
Runnymede - 1.5 miles (Garden)
Savill Garden - 3.3 miles (Garden)
Windsor Castle - 5.2 miles (Castle)
Windsor Guildhall - 5.2 miles (Historic Building)
St George's Chapel - 5.3 miles (Historic Church)
Eton College - 5.8 miles (Historic Building)
Legoland - 5.9 miles (Family Attraction)
London Motor Museum - 6.6 miles (Museum)
Slough Caverns - 6.7 miles (Countryside)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Windsor - 5.1 miles away
Eton - 5.7 miles away
Maidenhead - 10.7 miles away
Marlow - 14.8 miles away
Amersham - 17.5 miles away
London - 19 miles away
West Wycombe - 19.3 miles away
Reading - 19.4 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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