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Stirrups Country House Hotel
Maiden's Green
Bracknell
Berkshire

RG42 6LD | View map
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Set in the heartland of the Royal Berkshire racing homeland, Stirrups Hotel is an idyllic retreat from the stresses and strains of modern life.

Easily accessible from the M4 and M3, the hotel is ideally situated for the leisure visitor, with the opportunity to journey to Royal Windsor with its castle in all its majesty or visit Legoland.

For the sports lover racing at Ascot and Windsor are only a short journey away, so are Wentworth and Sunningdale for the golf lovers.

For business users the hotel is situated within the thriving Thames Valley business area close to Bracknell.

Broadband internet access is now available in all our rooms.

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Nearest Train Station: Bracknell
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 30
Number Ensuite: 30

Price per Person

Double: 120 - 95 Weekends B&B
Twin: 120 - 95 Weekends B&B
Single: 120 - 95 Weekends B&B
Suite: 130 - 95 Weekends B&B - Executive 150 - 95
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Restaurant

Name: Stirrups
Cuisine: Modern English
Chef: Aaron Stubbs

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