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Perfect for a romantic retreat, with gorgeous views from every room over grass and woodland, touches of luxury combine with nature-inspired décor at this smart hotel on the edge of Windsor Great Park. Also ideal for families seeking space to roam in nature, there's a restaurant serving shared Mediterranean platters and even an on-site sweet shop. Dog owners will welcome personalised dog beds and acres to roam, whilst couples can savour luxurious suites with their own private garden terrace, a grown-up bar and fine-dining restaurant.

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THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

You're on the edge of Windsor Great Park, with acres of woods and ancient forests to explore, historical monuments and enigmatic deers to see. The hotel is also in its own green secluded spot. You can walk for miles, stopping off at traditional pubs nearby, or take a longer walk to Windsor and Eton. Savill Garden and its inspiring horticultural displays is a short walk away.

By car: around 1 hour 15 minutes from London, 2 hours from Bristol and 4 hours from Manchester. Free parking available.

By train: Windsor's two stations are 15 minutes by taxi. thetrainline.com

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

The style is an eclectic medley that works; expect woodland-inspired hand-painted walls and framed paintings of birds, plush velvet seating, neutral flooring and walls, two original stone fireplaces and even a signature image of a horse made from Swarovski Crystal. The accents of bling certainly add glamour.

THE FACILITIES

Every member of staff is approachable. We particularly liked Marta who served our tasting menu; she was enthusiastic about the wine pairing and had personal recommendations for the non-drinker from creative cocktails to a house-blend lemon, mint and green tea digestive. The gym stands out in terms of the latest equipment, cleanliness and sheer size, they even have a spin studio.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

BED AND BATH

Neutral palettes are set against modern glass-topped tables and copper figurines of monkeys and elephants, and there's a backdrop of nature-inspired motifs and wallpapers. Bathrooms are modern with walk-in showers and deep bath tubs, we loved the sensuous rose scented Le Labo toiletries.

Room types: Eaves Room, Fairmont Room, Deluxe Room, Fairmont Suite, Luxury Suite, Royal Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

FOOD AND DRINK

Moorish is ideal for families, with an open kitchen and sharing platters, whilst 1215 offers a tasting menu marking the seasons with local produce and creative dishes. The afternoon tea is popular, and the tea selection is commendable; gin lovers will love Schroeders' gin bar.

MOREISH Restaurant: stylish restaurant. European and Middle-Eastern fusion cuisine. Open daily for breakfast and dinner.

1215 Restaurant: intimate restaurant. British cuisine, local produce. Open Tue-Sat, 5:30-9:30pm. Tasting menu from £75.

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