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Sir Christopher Wren's House Hotel & Spa
Thames Street
Windsor
Berkshire

SL4 1PX | View map
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Choose this elegant town house for its privileged location beside the Thames, between Eton Bridge and the walls of Windsor Castle; for its proud associations with Englandís greatest architect; for the outstanding cuisine of Strokís restaurant, with its riverside champagne terrace; for the Wrenís Spa, an outstanding beauty and fitness centre with a wide range of pampering packages on offer; for a stress-free transfer to Heathrow or the West End; for its 96 luxurious bedrooms and suites and a variety of reception and meeting rooms equipped for a wedding, a party or a business event. Sir Christopher Wrenís House does it all.

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*WIFI Internet access
*Spa Facilities

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Number of Rooms: 96
Number Ensuite: 96

Price per Room:

Double: From £97 - Executive Doubles: £117
Twin: From £97
Single: From £85
Suite: From £157
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Restaurant

Name: Strok's Riverside Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: Stephen Boucher
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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