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Directions - Springs Hotel and Golf Club, Wallingford

3AA Assessed Hotel Ratings explained
1 Wallingford Road, North Stoke , Wallingford, OX10 6BE
Constructed in 1874 and set in 133 acres of parkland, The Springs is a fine example of a Victorian Tudor style country house. The elegant reception halls still retain all their period features such as oak panelling, beams and stone fireplaces where you will be welcomed with crackling log fires through the winter months. Nearly all the bedrooms have recently been refurbished in neutral colours with modern white bathroom suites and many have balconies and enjoy picturesque views across the lake and beautifully manicured grounds. All rooms are non-smoking. The award winning AA Rosette Lakeside Restaurant serves excellent cuisine. Only the finest freshly sourced ingredients are used so the menu is updated daily. As the name suggests, the restaurant enjoys wonderful views across the lake through attractive floor to ceiling latticed windows. The hotel offers golf, weddings, conference and banqueting facilities. Also on site, there is a putting green, croquet lawn, coarse fishing on the River Thames, sauna and outdoor pool. The pool was installed by former owner rock star, Ian Gillan, from the band Deep Purple) and is often commented on by guests for its quirky design in the shape of a guitar. Located amidst the rural and peaceful setting of the Thames Valley countryside, historic market towns such as Wallingford, Henley, Abingdon and Dorchester are all close by. Other places of interest are Oxford, Windsor, the Cotswolds, Blenheim Palace and Basildon Park.
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The Springs is situated on the edge of the village of North Stoke, near Wallingford in Oxfordshire. It is 15 miles southeast of Oxford and 12.5 miles northwest of Reading.Via the M40 motorway, leave junction 6 and join the B4009 towards Watlington, follow signs for Benson and Wallingford. In Benson turn right and inmediately past the War Memorial, when reaching the main road (A4079) turn left towards Wallingford and Reading. At the Crowmarsh Gifford roundabout take the first exit marked A4074 to Reading.Go straight ahead over the next roundabout and within 200 yards turn right onto the B4009 to GoringThe Springs Hotel is about one mile futher on the right hand side.



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