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Inns in Pangbourne

The George Hotel
The Square
Pangbourne
Berkshire

RG8 7AJ | View map
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The George Hotel is a traditional coaching inn dating back to the 17th century, full of olde English charm and character. It is situated in the beautiful Thames-side village of Pangbourne, Berkshire & and lies on a site that has welcomed travellers since 1295! The hotel has 23 rooms all recently refurbished with ensuites, TV, coffee/tea makers, and high speed internet access. Rooms are graded as Standard or Superior, as well as two Honeymoon Suites complete with four poster beds. Children are most welcome and there are two specially designed family rooms available to make your stay even more comfortable. Our elegant, beamed restaurant serves a fantastic selection of traditional english bistro dishes from Braised Pork Belly with Black Pudding to Beef and Ale Pie, or why not try the Village Bar Menu for some simple British food at great value. Under new ownership for 2010, our warm friendly team look forward to welcoming you... Whether you are looking for romance, the best possible business trip or a family weekend in the country we have the room for you. The sympathetic treatment of each unique room has successfully retained the Hotel's original character, whilst providing a level of comfort more closely associated with the finest hotels. All bedrooms are named after a character or place from the Wind in the Willows in honour of the author Kenneth Grahame a resident of Pangbourne in the 1920's.

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