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All rooms are individually designed and are medium in size. Each room bears a name plaque, with the name and an illustration of a fishing fly. All are beautifully decorated with attention to detail. The restaurant specialises in classic French cuisine, roasts and seasonal game and is very elegant with views over Marlow Weir. This is a unique property with the feel of an English country residence. It dates from the 17th century and is named after the book by Isaac Walton, written in 1655. The lobby is small and traditional with an open fire in the adjacent lounge area where afternoon tea is served. A famously luxurious hotel with an idyllic setting.