The Manor Hotel
4 4 Star:
Per Person Per Night
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 314 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 10/2016, Sarah T wrote this review.
Stayed in executive room , 268 one of cottages . Was very small and on first look bathroom looked lovely but shower head was full of mould and didn't work properly and tap on sink was nearly falling off. Was very disappointed
Stayed in executive room , 268 one of cottages . Was very small and on first look bathroom looked lovely but shower head was full of mould and didn't work properly and tap on sink was nearly falling off. Was very disappointed Collapse
Great staff and breakfast but the rest is disappointing
Stay Date: 10/2016, Vosy G wrote this review.
Pros The staff on reception and at breakfast were very friendly The breakfast was lovely The restaurant was a pleasant place to eat The lounge by reception was nice and cosy and had good wifi connection Cons The shower was ridiculous. The shower h… See more
Pros The staff on reception and at breakfast were very friendly The breakfast was lovely The restaurant was a pleasant place to eat The lounge by reception was nice and cosy and had good wifi connection Cons The shower was ridiculous. The shower head was full of limescale, having a shower curtain instead of glass doors on a stand up shower meant that I ended up flooding the bathroom with water the first night until I worked out that what I needed to do was stick the shower curtain to the wall with water. I'm only 5ft 2in and I harshly had any room to manoeuvre in the shower without getting stuck to the shower curtain!! The toilet had no toilet seat cover The toilet roll holder couldn't hold a toilet roll There were cracks in the tiles and sink The place was surface clean but if you look round the edges it could do with a deep clean The door had been filled and covered with duct tape The carpets in the corridor were worn and tatty. Absolutely no wifi in the room and the restaurant The ladies on in the evening weren't that friendly Don't have the risotto unless you like the rice hard Collapse
Ideally located, ideally priced
Stay Date: 10/2016, LordWessex wrote this review.
Having booked my wife a birthday weekend of extensive entertainment in Windsor I sought to choose the least hassle, least stressful, least costly option for staying 2 nights. Simply parking at the Manor Hotel and walking 60 seconds one finds onesel… See more
Having booked my wife a birthday weekend of extensive entertainment in Windsor I sought to choose the least hassle, least stressful, least costly option for staying 2 nights. Simply parking at the Manor Hotel and walking 60 seconds one finds oneself on the platform of the Datchet Rail Station, an open return to Windsor cost £3.50 and takes 4 minutes. Compare this with paying £4 for 1hr parking in Windsor. We chose an Executive Double Room with en-suite in this Tudor beamed piece of splendour and didn't regret it once. The rate I obtained did not include breakfast but why does that matter when you are 4 minutes away from the array of options opposite Windsor Castle? See my reviews for restaurants at Thai Square and Cote Brasserie for excellent afternoon or evening dining options. The room was very clean, airy, well presented, and above all it had character by the bucket load, see the pictures. As with all things this weekend this hotel was the perfect choice and I have already recommended it to friends and we shall most definitely be back. Collapse
Disappointing afternoon tea that was a birthday treat
Stay Date: 10/2016, alisonjess wrote this review.
Treated my mum to afternoon tea here but was very disappointed with it, even if it was a groupon offer. Chicken tikka, salmon and Branson pickle! At least the egg with cress and cream cheese with cucumber ones were quite normal. Not much selection o… See more
Treated my mum to afternoon tea here but was very disappointed with it, even if it was a groupon offer. Chicken tikka, salmon and Branson pickle! At least the egg with cress and cream cheese with cucumber ones were quite normal. Not much selection of cakes, just a lemon slice and a chocolate brownie plus a skewer of fruit :( Also why not plain scones? There were nice and warm, but my youngest daughter picked out all the currants. My two daughters joined us but not with a groupon offer and the elder one had a glass of Prosecco with her afternoon tea. Quite shocked that she had to pay £19.95 and my younger one £9.95 which means the glass of Prosecco was £10!!!!!! Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2016, Tracey P wrote this review.
On arriving at the Manor Hotel, we had to wait in reception for upward of 15 minutes (along with a queue of 4 others) and eventually I phoned the hotel in the hope someone would hear it and come to reception while others went looking for staff. Event… See more
On arriving at the Manor Hotel, we had to wait in reception for upward of 15 minutes (along with a queue of 4 others) and eventually I phoned the hotel in the hope someone would hear it and come to reception while others went looking for staff. Eventually we checked in, and were given a room key but no direction to where our room was. The room was tiny and you had to maneuver the doors in the bathroom in a particular way to navigate into the shower. I'm a teeny size 6 so I have no idea how anyone average sized would manage it. Hungry, we went down to the restaurant and waited again for around 10 mins for someone to seat us, but nobody came and the restaurant was empty bar one table. So we went through to the bar to ask what to do. We were told to sit anywhere we liked and someone would be over. We waited another 20 minutes and hadn't even seen a menu at this point. Eventually someone came and gave us menus then waited next to us for us to choose. We chose lamb, but they had no lamb. We chose ribs, but they had no ribs. We gave up and went back to our room for a cup of tea. However, there was only one cup for two people. We then noticed there was no kettle either. We asked for a kettle and were told they were fully booked (despite an empty bar and restaurant) and met a lady looking for an iron as she didn't have one, and had been told they were full and to knock to see if other guests could lend her theirs! Unbelievable. So if you're looking for somewhere with no service, a lot of waiting, no drinks and no food then this is the place for you. What a shame as it could be a lovely hotel. Collapse
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