One-night stay for two people  @ The Crazy Bear hotel with a flute of Pere et Fils Champagne on arrival, a bottle of Champagne in your bedroom, three course dinner AND breakfast for £139.50pp @ via Groupon
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One-night stay for two people @ The Crazy Bear hotel with a flute of Pere et Fils Champagne on arrival, a bottle of Champagne in your bedroom, three course dinner AND breakfast for £139.50pp @ via Groupon

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Found 6th Jun 2017
Awesome hotel, crazy rooms and good reviews.

Good saving on the standard prices plus you'll get all the extras for just £139.50pp - ideal for taking the other half away from it all!

What you'll get:

  • One-night stay for two people with a flute of Pere et Fils Champagne on arrival
  • Bottle of Champagne Tsarine by Adriana in your bedroom
  • Three course dinner in the English or Thai restaurant
  • Continental breakfast.

Click here for English dinner menu.

Click here for Thai dinner menu.



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The Crazy BearTwo truly unique hotels acclaimed for dramatic decor and exceptional dining. The Crazy Bear is the antithesis to bland accommodation and has been awarded Coolest Hotel Chain by Prestige Events Magazine Cool Venue Awards in 2015.

The Crazy Bear BeaconsfieldThe Crazy Bear Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire is a decadent oasis of elaborate luxury, situated in the centre of the beautiful quintessentially-English Old Town Beaconsfield, just minutes from the M40 J2 and less than 20 minutes by train from London Marylebone. The oldest documented building in Beaconsfield comprises sumptuous accommodation, lavish English and Thai restaurants, two bars, four private function rooms, and a terrace with swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Conde Nast Hot List for one of the the best new hotels in the world.

The Crazy Bear StadhamptonThe Crazy Bear Stadhampton in Oxfordshire is a unique boutique hotel with flamboyant character. Set in 80 acres and surrounded by rural Oxfordshire countryside, just 15 minutes from Oxford and less than 40 miles from London. The ‘original’ Crazy Bear comprises eclectic accommodation, award-winning English and Thai restaurants, two bars, four private function rooms, abundant gardens and terraces, and is home to The Crazy Bear Farm and Farm Shop. The Sunday Times Top Ten British Hotels.


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£280 for one night in a hotel?

You could have a whole holiday abroad in the sun for that.

Cold.
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£280 for one night in a hotel?

You could have a whole holiday abroad in the sun for that.

Cold.
stevenhp1987

£280 for one night in a hotel?You could have a whole holiday abroad in … £280 for one night in a hotel?You could have a whole holiday abroad in the sun for that.Cold.



Yup, agreed. This is not a hot deal. I found rooms available at these hotels for £99 too so I'm not sure who they're kidding charging £180 for a 3 course meal and champagne.
stevenhp1987

£280 for one night in a hotel?You could have a whole holiday abroad in … £280 for one night in a hotel?You could have a whole holiday abroad in the sun for that.Cold.



3 course meal and breakfast is included. 3 courses there would set you back £50 per head easily. Also Champagne is included.

It's a very unique place. It's not cheap but it's not aimed at people looking for cheap.
Edited by: "2015" 6th Jun 2017
Interesting - but NOT a 'hot deal'. A mod should know better!
I looked at this place before and the reviews are mixed and they are constantly offering deals via groupon. There must be a reason for this?
stevenhp1987

£280 for one night in a hotel?You could have a whole holiday abroad in … £280 for one night in a hotel?You could have a whole holiday abroad in the sun for that.Cold.



To be fair you would pay the same at one of the theme park hotels and they make Ibis budget look posh.
It hasn't got particularly good reviews. This post is misleading and should be removed.
I stayed here a few years ago after winning as a prize through work.
To be honest it was good not great the rooms are very plush and for a couple having some romantic time together i can see the draw.

For me personally being a corporate stay i spent most of the time getting drunk at the cocktail bar and i could have stayed in a shed and it would have made no difference to my stay

"...AND breakfast..."
I'm guessing the AND for breakfast is because it's the most important meal of the day - albeit cheapest part?!
Having eaten at the Stadhampton version, I'd steer clear of the restaurants too!"

Service was awful and they had no bread anywhere in the place (either that or they were too lazy to find some). Not good when you've got garlic butter sauce to mop up.

Rest of the food was passable, if you're paying local pub prices, but not when you're paying £20 a dish and then £4.50 for each veg!

Only one word for the place....pretentious.
I took my wife to the Crazy Bear in Stadhampton for Valentines this year and had an absolutely shocking experience.

I had booked months before, but then the day before I was called to be told that we there wouldn't be an a la carte menu availabe.... oh, and I had to pay a deposit to keep my reservation... Then when we arrived we were greeted with some very average food and just average service.

Just to add insult to injury, I noticed the day after that they hadn't deducted my last minute deposit from the bill. I called to politely ask for my deposit money back and I was told "Huh... why didn't you check the bill before you left". I then wrote an email explaining that I felt that I had been treated rather badly, and whether this was really the experience they wanted to give guests… and heard precisely nothing back from them.

So, is this place worth it? You'd do better spending your money elsewhere... no really.. almost anywhere else!
Edited by: "Chris.Kitchener" 6th Jun 2017
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