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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
Stayed here for one night with my husband and lots of friends - we were attending a party nearby. The main building is old - so expect low doors, uneven floors and the bells from the amazing Abbey over the road. If you want a...More
I have stayed here with my family, our room was located facing the street, the windows didn't open so in order to get some fresh air we had to open the door which was not convenient as people kept walking by. Good pressured shower. It...More
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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.