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The staff (Connie and Siobhan ) are really hospitable and courteous. Nothing is too much trouble. Food at Dinner and Breakfast was plentiful and very good. Sadly we visited on a very hot weekend and air conditioning in the room would have been great, but...More
After a long walk along The Ridgeway, my partner and I stopped off for a nice cold drink in the gorgeous beer garden. Only intended on having a drink but after setting our eyes on the fab food menu, we decided to enjoy a Sunday...More
Stayed here for a weekend and was made to feel welcome from the moment we walked through the door. Nestling in the beautiful Berkshire countryside this gastro pub was a real find. Geof the landlord was undoubtedly the star of the show with his own...More
Compton swan is a lovely hotel very clean and food superb. Staff were very caring and accommodating as I have an eating problem. Plenty of parking. Nice quiet location in a quaint village consisting of one village shop/post office . Charming.
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$113 - US$129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Smoking rooms available
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Yes, eggs benedict should always be served with ham or bacon. But, from my knowledge of this establishment, I understand that they do not include any ham or bacon in their eggs benedict (more accurately described as poached... More
Yes, eggs benedict should always be served with ham or bacon. But, from my knowledge of this establishment, I understand that they do not include any ham or bacon in their eggs benedict (more accurately described as poached eggs on toast with hollandaise sauce).
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"We had room 5 double aspect at front by the road junciton."