The George Hotel & Restaurant
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of The George Hotel & Restaurant
TripAdvisor Reviews The George Hotel & Restaurant Odiham
Travel Blogs from Odiham
... where he lived, went to school, got his first job etc. Then back to the Holiday Inn for the tedious task of emptying our suitcases, repacking them and trying to find the least stinky clothes to wear on the flight the next day.
We caught us with Garry's son Gerard at the Regent for our last night in England. Also his wife Clare, and their children, Dylan, Eden, Toby and Jamie. This was the first time the children had met their ...
... English. I am a little alarmed when I realise that the table next to us are English and there is not an Italian in sight! Mmmmmmm! The menu is in Italian too bu there is an English version which the table next door has and we never get to see. Anyway one of the wines our train companion recommended is on the wine list so we order a bottle and then think oh what the heck, and go for the degustation! Well!!!! What an interesting experience that turned out to be. Our first course ...
... 50 to use it, your legs and feet will thank you later.
As we were early the train was not going to run for about 45 minutes so we took a short walk over to the famous pavilion that houses tropical plants from South America and is quite spectacular to see, it’s very humid inside, not sure of the temperature but humid enough to steam your glasses upon entry. This took up our allotted time in waiting for the train so off we went on our trip around the ...
Heathrow airport hotel ,the last night before our return ,both of us pretty puffed we decide we can't move from the room and that neither of us has ever ordered room service.So it's Peking duck and teriyaki beef salad. Spent the last euros.in Brussels on a bottle of wine but no opener.This is my territory ; ...
The strictly-for-tourists Sherlock Holmes Museum was nonetheless worth the trip, since we've recently watched Rathbone, Brett, Cumberbatch, and (RIP) Christopher Lee in the role. Fun reconstruction of Victorian rooms. Lingering pub lunch in Marylebone - where I spotted a former home of Charles Dickens - and then a walk down Oxford ...