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This was my first visit to The Kings Arms and if I'm in the area again, it certainly will not be my last. I was staying overnight to attend a local funeral and after settling into my clean, spacious and modern room I enjoy a...More
Within easy reach via the M40 /M25 this was chocolate box England and a lovely hotel. It started out in 1400's, was a coaching house between Oxford and London in the late 1700's and is now a fully modernised, extra comfortable hotel with all ye...More
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Response from Sarah_OAH, Manager at The Kings Arms HotelResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you so much for taking the time to complete such a detailed and thoughtful review following your stay and family wedding at the Kings Arms Hotel & Chapel and we are delighted that you appreciated the history and character out beautiful hotel...More
Perhaps the most important event you will ever plan as a parent is your child’s wedding and we were very pleased with all aspects of our event. Given we are ultra picky this is high praise indeed!
Clean, comfy and charming with beams. A...More
My wife and I got married at the Kings Chapel and stayed at the Kings Arms the night before and night of the wedding.
From the very first time we visited the venue to the day after the wedding when we reluctantly waved goodbye, everything...More
Written this review prompted by email publishing events at hotel.
My view of the hotel on that occasion is that guests are an inconvenience and complacency has set in.
Following a late booking, stayed one night of December 27, one of the coldest nights.