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Reviews of Cantley House Hotel, Wokingham

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Review by T. Samuel B. Fayia on 11th April, 2012

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Arsenal's defeat by QPR was caused by teh pairing of Ramsey with the other guys. I recommend that Ramsey should not start any of the remaining games for the Gunners.Ateta, Song and Ricisky in the middle; Theo Walker, Chamberlin or Benayou on the extreems and RV Persy up front. May God Almighty bless Arsenal and save the Gunners. Fayia Lakpazee, Monrovia-Liberia

Date visited: April 11, 2012

Review by Mr Hugh Valentine on 22nd October, 2007

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My wife and I attended the stadium tour at 12 o'clock on Wed 17 October, and I would like to pass on our congratulations on a well organised, and very interesting event. All aspects of the tour were first class, and the man who conducted the tour was very likeable, and extremely helpful. Altogether, great value for money, and a great advertisment for your club. Thanks & Regards, Hugh.

Date visited: 17 October 2007

Review by RICHIE on 19th June, 2007

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Date visited: 19/06/01

Review by Suzanne McNamara on 12th December, 2005

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I encourage anyone considering a stay at Cantley House to go ahead and make that booking. You will not be disappointed. The parkland setting is lovely, the building is wonderful and clearly loved and cared for. And the bedrooms definately have the WOW factor...I lie...they have a double WOW factor...the bedrooms AND the bathrooms! My bedroom was one of Cantley's Executive rooms. The room was very large and had a sofa and armchair as well as a huge comfortable bed. It was very tastefully decorated with a mix of antique furniture and hi-tech TV and Denon music system. Lots of atmospheric lighting, halogen spotlights in the ceiling and delightful wall lights...all on dimmer switches. And joy of joys a stunningly fab bathroom. Villeroy & Boch bathroom suite no less! The bath was so long it would easily accommodate two people...sadly I was on my own on this occassion...The following morning I got to try the power shower...power jets coming at me from top to bottom. Probably one of the best showers I've ever experienced in an hotel. But the crowning glory for me was to be able to listen to my CDs playing whilst I soaked in the bath that evening. This is the first hotel in this category that I've stayed in that offers that facility. Everything in my room was immaculate from the cleanliness and tidiness courtesy of housekeeping to the bathroom tiling. Not a tile out of place. Whoever did the tiling clearly did it with a whole lot of love and care! I invited a friend to join me for dinner in Miltons Restaurant - we had a truly delicious meal and the service was excellent too. Warm and friendly service without being overly familiar. My only comment, which is not a criticism, merely an observation and that is the website does not capture the true warmth and ambiance of Cantley House. I will be back and have absolutely no hesitation in recommending this fine country house hotel to you.

Date visited: 2nd December 2005

Review by tasha on 2nd May, 2005

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very nice hotel, modern rooms, but still has rustic charm in main parts of hotel, great food and worth the stay

Date visited: 29th may 2005

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