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Waterloo Hotel
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Set in the quiet leafy village of Crowthorne on the outskirts of Windsor with easy access to the M3 and M4 motorway networks. We are located 15 miles from Heathrow airport with direct train links from London Paddington and Waterloo.This elegant Victorian building is Grade II listed and has benefited from a one million pound refurbishment, which has restored it to its former glory with a contemporary twist. All 79 bedrooms have been beautifully finished and have all the facilities to accommodate the modern traveler.The hotel provides an excellent base for exploring Berkshire, including Royal Ascot, Farnborough air show, Legoland, Thorpe Park and Windsor Castle. Visit Reading for the Oracle shopping centre and Reading’s premier league football stadium The Madejski stadium.For the business traveler we are located within striking distance of Bracknell’s Blue Chip companies and business parks. We offer ample free car parking, free Wi Fi access, and meeting rooms by the hour. Experience our warm and friendly welcome and enjoy one of our home cooked meals prepared with fresh local ingredients within The Grove Brasserie and Bar. During the summer months you can enjoy al fresco dining on our Terrace and in the winter cosy up to our roaring fires.The Waterloo Hotel aims to provide a memorable and individual experience through offering an excellent product and service under the banner of the Folio Hotel Collection.‘Every day is a battle won at The Waterloo Hotel’

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