- Very Good
- 21 guest reviews
"I booked single rooms, so had reduced expectation of facilities - but my small room was perfect in every detail, and felt cosy and protectiv..."
"Booked a family room that slept 2 adults and 2 children, and got two rooms (1x twin and 1x double) with an open interconnecting door. This m..."
"I would highly recommend the hotel for friends to stay due to excellent service and cleanliness and very good quality food..."
"The hotel is comfortable and busy judging by the cars there. Very friendly and efficient staff despite the distractions caused by a Working..."
About the hotel
Located in the affluent village of Gerrards Cross, the Georgian-style Ethorpe Hotel is a former gentleman’s residence with exposed beams and snug corners, the ideal springboard for exploring Buckinghamshire’s outstanding natural beauty or day trips to London, just 30 minutes by rail. Offering excellent rail and motorway access, and with Beaconsfield, Watford and Slough all within easy reach, The Ethorpe is a perfect base for doing business in the area from a relaxing rural base or planning a last minute London trip. The hotel has ample free parking and a fully equipped meeting and function room.
The hotel has 36 rooms with en-suite bathrooms including family, disabled and four poster rooms. Each room has flat-screen digital TV, tea and coffee making facilities, unlimited Wi-Fi for guests and access to the welcoming Chef & Brewer pub restaurant on site. Cliveden Gardens and the glorious Chiltern Hills are nearby, and London’s attractions are just a 30 minute direct rail journey to London Marylebone station. The hotel is easy to find on Packhorse Road at the heart of Gerrards Cross, close to the M40 and M25.
- Disabled Facilities, Air conditioning in rooms, Cots available, Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Iron And Board In Each Room, Telephone In Each Room, Laundry/Valet Service, Wake Up Call Available, Ground floor bedrooms
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available, In-room Modem Hook up, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
- Restaurant, Bar
- In Room Entertainment
- TV, Satellite TV
- Disabled Access Public Areas, Disabled Access Bedrooms, Disabled toilets on ground floor, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair Access To Reception, Wheelchair Access To Restaurant, Wheelchair Access To Bar, Wheelchair Access To Disabled Car Parking Spaces
- [Channels] News, [Channels] Sky Sports, [Channels] Movies (Free)
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- Up to 16 years old
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- Pets are not allowed
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76% would recommend it to a friend
Ethorpe Hotel by Good Night Inns
Overall a nice hotel one staff member was rude to me but wouldn't let just one member of staff drag the rest of the staff down.
Breakfast was very busy and looked like they only had one person covering everything poor man was running round like a headless chicken so the wait for breakfast was long, breakfast itself was disappointing horrible sausage and an undercooked snotty egg with some cold beans. Only toast and cereal on what they class as a continental breakfast.
Perfect overnight stop
I booked single rooms, so had reduced expectation of facilities - but my small room was perfect in every detail, and felt cosy and protective.
Travelling alone, this is a very important detail. Likewise, the key card being needed to get from the bar to the accommodation section, and the presence of a night porter, make for a very secure feeling. Everything seemed freshly painted, very clean, well thought-out in terms of the location of its features, esp. mirrors' relationship to power points (many 5 star hotels could learn from this!)
I needed more milk, and this was cheerfully and immediately provided, leaving me with the impression that whatever I required would have been similarly produced. I had never eaten at a Chef and Brewer before, and was very impressed with the menu - not all pub standard dishes, though these were of course included, and the slow roasted belly of pork was scrumptious. Service very good. Parking right outside the door - no need to pay if a hotel resident. Hotel is just a few paces from the high street, making for a nice late evening stroll. Good garden and terrace, and thoughtful provision there for the dreaded smokers. If I was forced to snag something, it would be the lack of a specific lounge area for residents - but the bars' layout provides secluded niches for chat, even if the seating is justifiably more bar than lounge. I shall certainly stay here again, and will look at other Chef and Brewer options, too.