Bucks (The Pinewood Hotel) stay near Windsor for 2 with Dinner (worth £50) and full English breakfast only £79 per couple
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Bucks (The Pinewood Hotel) stay near Windsor for 2 with Dinner (worth £50) and full English breakfast only £79 per couple

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Found 26th Jun
Thought this was an excellent price - quite a few dates in August and September (few available in July too)

Stays at The Pinewood Hotel in Buckinghamshire are now £79 per night -- up to 52% off the usual rates -- and include:
  • Overnight accommodation in an Executive Double room, with full English breakfast, for two
  • A £25-per-person dinner allowance
  • Extra nights are bookable and all inclusions apply
Why We Love It
  • The hotel is a 15-minute drive from the riverside towns of Windsor and Eton
  • The Pinewood Hotel is set within five acres of grounds
  • It's less than five minutes' drive from Black Park Country Park -- home to parkland and walking paths
  • Langley Park and Burnham Beeches are both close by
Overview

The Pinewood Hotel in Buckinghamshire is close to a heap of local attractions.
It's a great base for nature lovers, as it's less than five minutes' drive from Black Park Country Park -- home to luscious parkland and walking paths stretching 10 miles. You'll also find Go Ape here -- an adventure course with zip wires and rope bridges.
Both Langley Park and Burnham Beeches are within 10 minutes' drive. Langley Park is famous for its rhododendron gardens, wildlife and walking trails, while Burham Beeches is a 220-hectare woodland nature reserve with more than 60 rare species of plants and animals. This hotel is also a 15-minute journey from Windsor and Eton, which face one another across the Thames. Visit Windsor Castle, a royal residence, to watch the changing of the guard, or head to St George's Chapel, where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently married. Eton is home to Eton College (where Prince

William and Prince Harry went to school).Other options for a day out include LEGOLAND and Thorpe Park, which can both be reached within 30 minutes by car.
The Pinewood Hotel is set in five acres of grounds and has a restaurant with an outdoor dining area, outdoor games -- including table tennis and badminton -- and a bar. Wi-Fi is free throughout.
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Has anyone booked this for more than two people?
I live right by this place, very mixed reviews from people I know but worth a try at this price, heat.
Edited by: "Jhey" 26th Jun
Is there a reason why you've not said it's in Slough?
CKBhuna26th Jun

Is there a reason why you've not said it's in Slough?


May put people off
Jhey8 m ago

May put people off


You said it, not me!!
Edited by: "CKBhuna" 26th Jun
DavidBrenttastic
Lol@ the Slough omission. The Hotel promotes itself like that as well. 'Near Windsor' -.... not Slough.

It's the same location snobbery that has the Crown Plaza Hotel on the outskirts of Beaconsfield calling themselves Crown Plaza Gerrards Cross. Laughably vain really.
SimyJo5 m ago

Lol@ the Slough omission. The Hotel promotes itself like that as well. …Lol@ the Slough omission. The Hotel promotes itself like that as well. 'Near Windsor' -.... not Slough.It's the same location snobbery that has the Crown Plaza Hotel on the outskirts of Beaconsfield calling themselves Crown Plaza Gerrards Cross. Laughably vain really.


It's not vain or snobbery, it's simply business. People are much less likely to come to the hotels if it's labelled as in Slough - it's just smart business sense, no emotion involved.
FYI this thing is literally on the edge of a very busy dual carridgway 2 minutes from Slough and 15 from Windsor by car.
pellethunter2 h, 20 m ago

It's not vain or snobbery, it's simply business. People are much less …It's not vain or snobbery, it's simply business. People are much less likely to come to the hotels if it's labelled as in Slough - it's just smart business sense, no emotion involved.


That shouldn't be the case, and is complicit in perpetuating stereotypes. If a hotel in Slough shys away from advertising it's location as anything but the truth. They should have confidence in their brand and stop perpetuating perceived class values and an eliticism it thinks customers want.
Edited by: "SimyJo" 27th Jun
Stayed there a couple of years ago when attending a wedding nearby. The rooms in the annexe opposite reception are very dark but they were clean and comfy. Breakfast was really good and dinner wasn't too bad. Well worth the price above in my opinion.
choc196920 m ago

Stayed there a couple of years ago when attending a wedding nearby. The …Stayed there a couple of years ago when attending a wedding nearby. The rooms in the annexe opposite reception are very dark but they were clean and comfy. Breakfast was really good and dinner wasn't too bad. Well worth the price above in my opinion.


Exactly, judge it like you find it, and with enough customers doing that - that is how you build a reputation - not by playing off a company name and fudging a location because of perceived social class values.
Its not smart business sense, it has an underpinning and overtones of class snobbery and business marketing cowardice.

So what if it's in Slough?. If it's a great hotel they will have my repeat business.

It's probably called Pinewood Hotel because it is 2.7 miles away from the film and television studios; Pinewood Studios located in Iver Heath.
Edited by: "SimyJo" 27th Jun
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