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The Oakley Court

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I took my mother and daughter for afternoon tea on mother’s day. The service was excellent, the choice of sandwiches and pastries were excellent, the only fault I could find was that the scones were very hard. We had visited Oakley Court last mother’s day and had the same problem,so we hoped it would have been resolved. I feel it is such a shame that the hard scones spoiled an otherwise delicious afternoon tea.

Plenty of drinks etc available . Probably 15 - 20 options of tea and coffee but only 2 milks and only a couple of sugars. Pointless leaving out tea and coffee if it can't be drunk. Sadly everything very expensive from the bar. just under 15 quid for two drinks. Pint and a glass of Prosecco. Beware of the auto added service charge and tax on top. Also we had inclusive dinner and when presented with bill for drinks etc, the 70 quid for dinner had been slipped onto bill. Only removed when questioned with lame excuse of restaurant charging reception !!! That aside, room and entire building superb. Grounds etc in exemplary condition. Lovely overall experience and offered us the chance for a relaxing couple of days. Would return again if offered. Quick tip. Don't go to reception to book in without your bags or you will miss out on the complimentary glass of wine served by the waiting butlers at the main door.

Beautiful grounds and main building, though the accommodation extensions don't match the original structure. Delicious food at the restaurant, and pleasant spacious rooms (too many signs in the room).

The actual house and grounds which the hotel is built around is lovely, but unfortunately unless you book the premium rooms inside (only available on their own website) you'll be located in the pebbledash blocks flanking the house. Exterior wise they look vile, inside feels like a time wrap to university accommodation in the 70s. The rooms themselves are well stocked but in dire need of refurbishment. The carpets, curtains and furnishings feel 'retirement home' dated, the bathroom too. We had an ant infestation under the bathroom floor who made themselves very comfortable at night all over the surfaces.. We paid extra for an executive room which as far as I can tell wasn't vastly different to the other rooms available bar maybe an extra window. The restaurant for dinner was excellent with attentive and knowledgable staff, the breakfast was equally a success, but afternoon service on the terrace was slow and though served with a smile, a bit hopeless in execution. I can't fault the hotel for effort, they are clearly trying their best, a bottle of Prosecco awaited us in the room, most service was with a smile and the facilities available are great (tennis courts, golf, gym, pool). Ultimately though the accommodation side of things desperately needs investment, until that happens, we won't be returning and I can't recommend you visit.

A very pleasant two days spent at this lovely hotel a few miles outside of Windsor. Situated in stunning grounds alongside the river in a rural setting, this hotel exudes a very up market feel about the location. The service is superb, all the staff were very friendly, helpful and polite. Smooth check in, and a glass of prosecco upon arrival which we drank wandering around the terrace. Room was a large suite with wonderful views, four poster bed, large bathroom, and lots of amenities. We decided to eat in the Bar area on both nights, although the quality of the menu is still very high. First night, seafood pizzas with a large fresh salad, lovely meal and eaten in one of the lounges. Second night, it was warm enough to eat on the terrace and another enjoyable meal of Nicoise Salad and Tuna Club sandwiches for my wife, washed down with Perroni. Breakfast at Oakley Court, as others have stated, is exceptionally good. Help yourself from the Pantry, designed like an Olde kitchen. Excellent selection, and again, very nice service from the staff, faultless. Finished off our stay with a trip to the Leisure Club and the pool. Nice and clean, only faulted by the Steam Room being out of order, but am sure thats been rectified by now. In summary, a lovely stay and we will repeat the visit in the future for definate. Its not a budget hotel, but the prices were not excessive given the quality and level of service. Thank you Oakley Court !!!

This is a beautiful historic hotel in a wonderful location. It is built in a gothic style and has been used as a film location for the Hammer House of Horror films and also the St Trinian’s series. The public rooms in the hotel are very nice - old fashioned chintz style and the views of the river are lovely. The food in the restaurant is very ordinary for such a nice hotel but snacks served in the lounge are better and afternoon tea looks very good. The swimming pool attached to the hotel is very small and virtually unusable anyway as they hire it out for swimming classes most of the time. The gym is also very small. The grounds are lovely and very well kept up. It is a short drive (or even a long walk)into Windsor, so very convenient for sightseeing.

Had a fabulous weekend at this hotel. Perfect break. We borrowed the bikes and cycled from the hotel, along the Thames track into Windsor. This was great fun and easier than trying to find a long stay park for the day. Great facilities at the hotel The pool, sauna and spa pool were lovely.

Beautiful hotel. Poor reception staff spoiled an otherwise lovely stay. The breakfast was gorgeous. The people skills of the waiting staff in the restaurant were much better than the reception staff. If I was in the area again I would definitely stay here again.

This hotel was lovely and very relaxing with everything we needed right at our fingertips. We had a river view room and it was really nice. The bathrooms are slightly outdated but it wasn't too much of a concern.

This hotel was everything we could have hoped for - and more. Our daughter got married here on Saturday 31st March - nothing was too much trouble and she had a perfect wedding day. We will have those happy memories for ever!! The rooms are fabulous, the food great and the staff are amazing.

Windsor Road Windsor England

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Golf course

Bray Marina is within a mile (2 km) of The Oakley Court, and other popular attractions like Windsor Racecourse are within a few miles (5 km). This 118-room, 4-star hotel has a golf course along with an indoor pool and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Windsor and also close to King Edward Court Shopping and Windsor Castle.


Dining

Enjoy dining at the hotel's 2 onsite restaurants: The Dining Room specializes in local cuisine; Terrace Restaurant offers relaxing garden views. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, a full breakfast is served each morning for a fee.


Rooms

All 118 rooms provide coffee makers, free bottled water, and safes. Flat-screen TVs come with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, designer toiletries, bathrobes, and bidets. Other standard amenities include ironing boards and desks.


Property features

Guests of The Oakley Court enjoy a golf course, an indoor pool, and a lazy river. Free parking is included with your stay. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include a health club, a spa tub, and a sauna.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

80.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 2532 reviews