The Manor Hotel
4 4 Star:
The Manor Hotel Windsor is an intimate and charming four star boutique hotel set in the quiet village of Datchet, Windsor. The hotel overlooks the village green and the river Thames is a short walk away. All the rooms are elegantly presented and staff are on hand 24 hours a day to ensure your stay is relaxing and comfortable. They are able to assist you with anything and if they cannot help, they will find someone who can.
The Manor Hotel's kitchen serves fantastic quality dishes day after day. We spend a great deal of time and effort in sourcing and nurturing relationships with local farmers and producers to ensure the best ingredients to provide you with a fresh, seasonal and up to the minute menu.
The Manor Hotel is situated on historic Datchet's pretty village green. The hotel is just a two minute stroll from the majestic river Thames and featured in Jerome K Jerome's famous book ‘Three Men in a Boat'. Many of the best places to visit in Berkshire are nearby, such as Windsor Castle or Legoland. Take a trip along the river or simply stroll around the nearby National Trust Gardens. Take a look at our suggestions for things to do but any questions please feel free to ask Reception who will be happy to assist.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 54
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: Datchet Station
- Distance: Behind hotel
- Name: HEATHROW AIRPORT
- Distance: 6.8 miles
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: Datchet Station Distance: Behind hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Heathrow Airport Distance: 6.8 miles
To view our full selection of accommodation in Windsor & Area, view our hotels in Windsor & Area page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 374 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Dangerous! Unsafe. Unresponsive. NO!!
Stay Date: 05/2017, Caroline S wrote this review.
This was a terrible experience. I didn't even stay my second night. Dirty. Miserable. The fire risk is very real. Trip hazards from loose scrappy carpet on the stairs and landing. Poor signage for fire exits. Fire could literally rip through as no … See more
This was a terrible experience. I didn't even stay my second night. Dirty. Miserable. The fire risk is very real. Trip hazards from loose scrappy carpet on the stairs and landing. Poor signage for fire exits. Fire could literally rip through as no fire doors to stop it! God help anyone in the attic room. The staff were non existent and when I wanted to bring my luggage in I went out of a fire door near the back of the propert which is in full view of the busy area behind. I blocked it open and came in and out. Absolutely anyone could do the same so no personal safety at all!! I called in office hours to ask for the manager as I had to leave before 0700 on day 1. No manager. Girl on phone offered to put me in their better room ! Same on my return home having left the hotel (without sleeping in the second room as it was no better than the first - no manager. No call back. I am chasing a refund!! £197 for the worst hotel in England. Don't get a job here. Don't eat here. Don't stay overnight. Collapse
Small means small!
Stay Date: 05/2017, Llanharan_WalesLlan wrote this review.
This was a real mixed bag experience over our two nights stay. It is a quaint rambling old building in the centre of the Thames-side town of Dachet, a short walk to the river and a few minutes by car from Windsor and Runnymede. The staff we encounte… See more
This was a real mixed bag experience over our two nights stay. It is a quaint rambling old building in the centre of the Thames-side town of Dachet, a short walk to the river and a few minutes by car from Windsor and Runnymede. The staff we encountered were invariably pleasant and polite. We booked a “small” double and “small” certainly meant small. A minimum size bed filled a recess so in and out of bed was just one sided. A narrow space was left alongside. In a very warm spell it was unbearably hot at night, but an open window meant a lot of noise from the High Street below, the train station alongside, and the flights overhead. No bedside or overhead light was working, and the old fashioned TV had no sound. Both were reported next morning and although the ceiling lights were then working so one could at least read, the others had not been attended to. The second night, as thirsty guests wanting a cuppa before retiring, we found no milk or whitener in the tray. The room looked in need of a makeover! Breakfast was an unusual experience. At 8.15 (scheduled start 7 am) first day we were the only guests present. A decent buffet was laid out and a waiter eventually appeared who took a cooked breakfast order (which was a substantial meal). Second morning, 8.15 – no waiter, buffet not fully laid out and again no guests although a foursome did eventually arrive. After a profitless ten minutes wait I went to reception where an apologetic man said he would get someone. He eventually preformed the task himself, though the buffet was still incomplete, and near the end of our breakfast a new waiter appeared. It is also the only hotel I have been in where only sliced bread was available. There is limited parking alongside the hotel, and we were fortunate to have the last space both nights – I could not see any car park otherwise, with the streets having restricted parking from 8am. However, the room was only £70 per night. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2017, warren833 wrote this review.
messed up our booking , rooms where tatty dirty and the smell of sewerage was offensive broken tiles doors hanging of hinges tried to talk to them but they wasnt interested really bad customer service rude staff dont be fooled by the pictures online … See more
messed up our booking , rooms where tatty dirty and the smell of sewerage was offensive broken tiles doors hanging of hinges tried to talk to them but they wasnt interested really bad customer service rude staff dont be fooled by the pictures online i wouldnt keep my dogs in here,well over priced , shame as its in a great location could be something very special but not by the present owners standards there are far better places to stay in the locality i dought there is anywhere worse! Collapse
The Manure Hotel
Stay Date: 05/2017, shmoozer1 wrote this review.
I'm really not sure where to start here...my boyfriend and I have stayed here before, at the time we did say the hotel wasn't the best but the location was perfect and ideal for where we going, so this year we booked it again. Instead of me waffling … See more
I'm really not sure where to start here...my boyfriend and I have stayed here before, at the time we did say the hotel wasn't the best but the location was perfect and ideal for where we going, so this year we booked it again. Instead of me waffling and going on about how bad this hotel is and how unattentive the staff are (except the lady behind the bar)I would avoid booking this hotel at all costs and find somewhere else. I can only assume the 4 stars this hotel has are for how terrible it is. The best thing about this hotel??? The Bridge Cafe over the road for tea and toast in the morning! AVOID!!!!!! Collapse
AVOID AT ALL COSTS!
Stay Date: 05/2017, david w wrote this review.
I booked rooms in this Hotel last October for a 3-day reunion with old friends this week. The rooms I was shown then were large and in the main hotel, with a further two very acceptable rooms in an adjacent building called the cottage. I made the bo… See more
I booked rooms in this Hotel last October for a 3-day reunion with old friends this week. The rooms I was shown then were large and in the main hotel, with a further two very acceptable rooms in an adjacent building called the cottage. I made the booking with the proviso that these were the rooms we would be in for our reunion. However, on our arrival, we were all given rooms in an entirely separate building, called Koala House. To get to this building from the main hotel, you have to cross a busy road and a level crossing, and walk round a large puddle of raw sewage seeping out of a manhole cover near the entry door. Three of the rooms were little bigger than the double bed they contained, four did not have functioning air conditioners (it has been a hot week!) and all of them were grubby or actually dirty. The tea and coffee making trays were inadequately stocked, and refrigerators were either missing or not working in some rooms. The staff did not always replenish the toilet rolls or empty the waste bins. Some of these inadequacies were resolved but only after repeated requests to the hotel staff who did not appear to be capable of doing their jobs. The free wi-fi only works in the main Hotel and not in the annexe. Other guests I spoke to had similar complaints about their rooms and service. The one redeeming feature was the evening meal, about which we had no complaints (although breakfast was a rather hit-or miss affair, with tepid cooked food, erratic supplies of tea and coffee and poor service most mornings). I would recommend that, despite its quaint appearance, you give this hotel a wide berth. Collapse
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