The Waterloo Hotel

A Hotel in Bracknell, Berkshire

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Dukes Ride, Crowthorne
RG45 6DW

The Waterloo Hotel, Bracknell

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Set in the quiet leafy village of Crowthorne on the outskirts of Windsor, this hotel is an excellent base for exploring Berkshire, including Royal Ascot, Farnborough Air Show, Legoland, and Windsor Castle. This elegant Victorian building has benefited from a one million pound refurbishment, which has restored it to its former glory with a modern twist. Enjoy one of the home cooked meals prepared with fresh local ingredients within The Grove Brasserie and bar.

3 star rating

From: £38.92

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