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Elva Lodge Hotel
Castle Hill

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Set in its own grounds on Castle Hill, Elva Lodge Hotel is the longest-established family-run hotel in Maidenhead offering a welcoming atmosphere and a range of well-appointed accommodation. With the business user in mind, each room has free wireless internet connection available.

There is a rowing-themed restaurant and bar with a wide range of dishes from all over the world, an ideal place to relax and sample our Beers, Spirits and Wines. There are two conference rooms capable of accommodating 2-50 delegates. The Garden Room, with its glass panelling, is brightly lit with natural light and the Millennium Room’s beamed ceilings give it a special charm. Business services are available. Wireless Internet is available in all public areas.

Licensed For Civil Weddings, we can also offer banqueting facilities for up to 150 guests.

The Elva Lodge offers professional, personal service to ensure your stay is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

Free wireless internet throughout.


Nearest Train Station: Maidenhead
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Number of Rooms: 26
Number Ensuite: 26

Price per Room:

Double: From £70
Single: From £85
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Name: Lions Brasserie
Cuisine: English/French/Mexican
Chef: Paul Lion

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