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Weekends away for us usually consist of a certain style of hotel – modern, sleek and bursting full of all the mod-cons that we wish we could have in our own home. Great Fosters hotel in Egham is the total opposite of what we are usually attracted to. This former royal hunting lodge dates back to 1550 AD and is dripping in Downton Abbey style grandeur, with dark creaking hallways and even darker bedrooms...Our plans of an afternoon kip before dinner were set back slightly by the cocktails and the Arsenal vs Swansea City match… Before we knew it it was time for dinner in the Tudor Room – the small and intimate...
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Built in 1550 as a royal hunting lodge, Great Fosters is now a hotel that serves meals along with a luxury afternoon tea. With my Canadian mother and sister visiting from Canada and realising they’d never experienced a proper English afternoon tea, I decided to take them to Great Fosters. Character greets you at the […]
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