The Springs Hotel (Wallingford) Reviews
Newest Review: ... of cash. Apparently his period was responsible for the oak panelled rooms and the big stone fireplaces which must be a lot newer that I’d have thought - like the Victorian mock-tudor, this is 1970's mock-Victorian. And of course the guitar shaped pool (only a small one – more like a banjo than a guitar) was his as well though I doubt that was the rage in the days of the Empire. The golf course – for anyone who’s interested – looked a bit bleak to me. Very open, not a lot of trees just lots and lots of grass. It was designed by a former Ryder Cup player called Brian Huggett who I've never heard of but then it's a bit like saying 'famous sta... more
Customer The Springs Hotel (Wallingford) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/05/07 (Very useful, 319 readings)
I love dooyoo but one of my constant disappointments is not being able to add photographs to our reviews - without photographic evidence I suspect that readers will suspect that I'm exagerating about this hotel. On paper The Springs Hotel has everything you would need for a spectacular hotel experience and possibly more. How many hotel websites give you instructions on how to get to the hotel by helicopter? How many have an 18-hole golf course on the doorstep (not my cup of tea but it tends to indicate something a bit special) or a ‘guitar-shaped’ swimming pool installed by a former rock-star-owner? It sounds intriguing doesn’t it? I was picturing drunken ... Read the complete review
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