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Tower Arms Hotel
Iver
Buckinghamshire

SL0 9AE | View map

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The Tower Arms Hotel is a famous, traditional family run English pub & hotel with an emphasis on comfort and friendly service. The Tower Arms offers 11 comfortable bed and breakfast rooms and a restaurant serving hearty home cooked food. Come and relax in our lounge drinking fine wine and ale in front of a roaring fire. Within 3 miles of Heathrow airport and the Slough and Uxbridge business parks, The Tower Arms Hotel is also conveniently located within a few miles of several famous attractions, namely Windsor Castle, and Windsor legoland, The River Thames at picturesque Datchet and numerous top quality golf courses. We have off-road parking for residents (available for holiday parking also) and can offer discounts for longer-term bookings.For those looking for a place to celebrate a special occasion, family event or corporate entertainment, the Tower Arms has a large function room catering for up to 100 guests.

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