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Hotels in Wallingford

Springs Hotel and Golf Club
Wallingford Road
North Stoke

Wallingford
Oxfordshire

OX10 6BE | View map

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Nestling deep within the beautiful South Oxfordshire region, this hotel is the ideal place for a relaxed gathering. This fine example of a Victorian Tudor style country house with 18-hole Springs Golf Course has easy access to both Oxford and Reading.

Reward success on the golf course with a delicious evening meal and comfortable night's stay. Enjoy peaceful hours by the spring-fed lake and majestic gardens. Other facilities include a putting green, croquet lawn, coarse fishing on the banks of the Thames, a sauna, jacuzzi and an outdoor heated swimming pool. On a Friday and Saturday evening, as well as Sunday lunch there is a pianist or harpist to entertain diners.
Please note that all bedrooms are non-smoking.

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Nearest Train Station: Goring
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Ratings/Awards: 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 32
Number Ensuite: 32
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Restaurant

Name: Lakeside Restaurant
Cuisine: English with French flair
Chef: Andre Roux

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Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
Swimming Pool - outdoor (summer only)
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities

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