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78% would recommend it to a friend
Avoid this hotel
The hotel is very quirky and the room we had was very wonky which was a nice change from the usual identical sterotype rooms I in modern hotels.
However the room was very dirty and the carpet heavily stained and we kept treading on what appeared to be sun flower seeds and mud or concrete. I k now we stayed over Halloween but the ceiling looked like it had been sprayed with cobwebs and was especially bad around the windows and the windows seal had bird dropping inside. I wish I'd read the reviews on TripAdvisor before we booked or we would not have stayed there.
One night stand
Pleased to get an immediate and unsolicited upgrade to a lovely Room 8 with a four poster bed.
Bar food supper and service were excellent, breakfast too.
Loads of character
The George Hotel is a fascinating place to stay.
Don't expect boring, box-shaped rooms - this hotel oozes character as befits its location in a pretty village in wonderful, pictoresque countryside. We had a lovely stay and the staff were friendly and helpful. Highly recommended.
This has got to be one of the most beautiful villages in Oxfordshire.
The George is full of old world charm with good food and friendly bar staff. I was in room 5 and I slept like a log. I was awoken by the bells of the abbey ringing(what a marvellous way to wake up). So what if there is no double glazing, the village is that tranquil you don't need it. I would recommend this hotel.
The `George` is certainly not an `Hotel`, `Old Coaching Inn` would be more appropriate.
There are no `Residents Only` areas except for the dining rooms, which I must say are outstanding. There were several minor issues with our room;
Neither of the radiators could be controlled. the thermostats were broken. There was only one security bolt on the outside door. The other was broken. The extractor fan in the bathroom did not work. Only half of the light bulbs were working. The chandelier did not work at all. I appreciate these points are relatively minor and could easily be corrected with regular maintenance. However, over a period they become a nuisance.
Lovely hotel, great staff and beautiful area
We loved our stay at the hotel.
Staff was so friendly, room was big with beautiful features and the pub was lovely
staying away for work
The room was ok .
It was clean and tidy. Food menu was basic but the food was excellent . for me breakfast could have been served from six thirty not seven but the food was again excellent.
Back room has becime tired/ refurbishment due
The rear room (10) had a loo flush which was not quite right.
With a bit of care it then worked. Curtains with damaged track. Decor generally looking tired. We have stayed previously and the front rooms are much better. We had an out of season (reduced) rate, so this room was still reasonable value for our overnight stay. A beautful old coaching house and Dorchester on Thames is a delight place to visit. Breakfast was excellent.
On arrival we were impressed with the look of the hotel but the reception was situated in a very small cramped area.
Our room was quite basic & had abit of a musty smell to it. It was obviously one of the cheaper rooms but reflected what we paid for the night. It became very hot & stuffy during the night & had to have the window wide open all night for some air. The valentines meal was nice but grossly over priced. Some of the staff were friendly & quite helpful but others not so much especially one of the gentleman who was present at breakfast who was positively miserable.
Nice area and room but let down by lack of cleanlines.
nice enough cozy room in nice surroundings but was let down by the lack of friendliness from staff and the lack of cleanliness in our room.
There was hair in the bath and the teaspoon I went to use to make tea was really dirty and had dried food all over it.