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Danesfield House Hotel and Spa
Henley Road

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Danesfield House is set within 65 acres overlooking the Thames. Dining options include the informal Orangery and the award winning Oak Room featuring contemporary cuisine by Adam Simmonds - four AA red rosettes for culinary excellence and placed 19th in UK by Good Food Guide 2009 - table reservations are essential. The luxurious spa offers a 20 metre ozone cleansed swimming pool, sauna, steam room, spa bath and gym. Treatments include Aromatherapy Associates, L'Occitane, Jessica and St Tropez (payable and pre-booked locally). Children over 7 are welcome within Spa - please contact the spa directly on 01628 891881 for permitted times

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Ratings/Awards: ˇ Michelin Star awarded in Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2012 ˇ Hotel Chef of the Year, Great Britain 2011, The Hotel Cateys ˇ Voted 12th top UK Restaurant in Good Food Guide 2012 ˇ Four Red Rosettes from the AA for Culinary Excellence ˇ Winner - Most Excellent Hotel Meeting Venue UK 2010, Condé Nast Johansens Award for Excellence ˇ Winner - Most Relaxing Spa UK 2011, Natural Heath Magazine Spa Awards
Number of Rooms: 84
Number Ensuite: 84
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Name: Adam Simmonds at Danesfield House/The Orangery Brasserie Restaurant
Cuisine: Contemporary English
Chef: Adam Simmonds
Awards: 4 AA Rosettes
3 RAC Ribbons
13th Top UK Restaurant, Good Food Guide 2011

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Open All Year
Tennis Court - Croquet Lawn and Putting Green
Swimming Pool - Spa with pool, spa bath, sauna, steam room
TV in Rooms
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Night Porter
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