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Don't stay here, our first room smelt of damp rooms rubbish bed had missing castor okay if you wish to sleep on an angle toilet seat chipped not good, curtains kept together with a teaspoon! ha ha i'm not making anything up drawers were filthy,...More
Lovely old historic inn, great food cosy bar, but the rooms; oh dear.
We have stayed here before and loved the quirky old fashionedness of the place but it's failing fast. We asked for our favourite room but were told on arrival that it wasn't...More
Only stayed one night as I was here on a course. Room smelt of damp and TV didn't work. At breakfast I was greeted by a very unkept maid after 20 minutes of waiting in an empty restaurant who asked " what do you want"...More
We stayed at The George so 4 of our group could swim in a nearby lake for charity.
When we arrived we were greeted by friendly staff, and after a painless booking process we went to our rooms. The group had a mixture of all...More
We stayed at the George on Saturday 9th September, which was the fourth time owe have been there in the last 6-7 years, and were given room 5. I was quite surprised, when we entered the room, at it's compact size and the careworn appearance...More
US$72 - US$110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I can only endorse those previous answers. In Dorchester there are a few pubs and a small Co-op where you can get sandwiches. However, if you want more choice, Abingdon, Wallingford, and even Oxford are all within fairly... More
I can only endorse those previous answers. In Dorchester there are a few pubs and a small Co-op where you can get sandwiches. However, if you want more choice, Abingdon, Wallingford, and even Oxford are all within fairly easy driving distance.
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"my tip is to find a room in another establishment, good luck"