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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 8
  • £85 - £95 per room per night

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The Crown is an independently owned pub, offering drinks, dining and bed & breakfast accommodation situated on the village green in the idyllic village of Cookham.

 The Crown at Cookham offers comfortable, quality bed & breakfast accommodation in 8 ensuite rooms. Bed & breakfast at The Crown includes bed and full English breakfast. All rooms have bath and shower, tea/coffee making facilities, free Wi-Fi, Freeview and Sky, 32 inch LCD TV and radio alarm. Cots are also available on request.

Bed & breakfast at the Crown in Cookham offers a great rural escape, close to Maidenhead, in the heart of Berkshire where you can stroll along the River Thames, enjoy home made locally sourced food and explore nearby National Trust property.

Check-in times for bed & breakfast at the Crown is from 3pm-11.30pm and check-out time is 11am. There are plenty of tourist attractions around Cookham and bed & breakfast at the Crown Pub provides a great base from which to explore the local area. At the Crown we have travel guides to the main towns and cities in Berkshire as well as some of the villages.

Our restaurant is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving food from 7am until 10pm, so whether you fancy a hearty breakfast, a light pub snack, Sunday lunch with the family, a romantic dinner for two, or a meal out with friends then come dine with us.

The Crown offers a range of delicious meals and the best Sunday roast in Cookham created by our talented chefs, cooked to order and accompanied by a full wine list, providing a combination of quality, fresh food, great wines and excellent service from our attentive and friendly staff. As our dishes are cooked to order, our chefs are happy to alter dishes to suit special dietary requirements, so just ask us if we can help.

Enjoy the menus in our attractive restaurant or al fresco style on sunnier days where you can take in the splendid Cookham scenery. Our menus change with the seasons, depending on available local produce, to ensure quality and freshness and includes a children’s menu, whilst our varying specials offer a tasty treat.

The Crown Pub at Cookham offers a friendly, cosy atmosphere for your relaxation and enjoyment with open fires during the winter months. We offer a fully stocked bar with a wide selection of drinks to cater for all tastes including a full wine list, quality beers and lagers, a range of soft drinks and speciality Coffees.

We offer 4 real ales and are Cask Marque accredited.

Ratings

  • AA 4 Star Guest Accommodation
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Double En-Suite 

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    Sleeps 2
  • From £89 per room per night
  • The Crown, Cookham
  • The Crown, Cookham
  • The Crown, Cookham
  • The Crown, Cookham

We have 8 double en-suite rooms. All rooms have bath and shower, tea/coffee making facilities, free Wi-Fi, Freeview and Sky, 32 inch LCD TV and radio alarm. Cots are also available on request.

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