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If you enjoy places that are completely over the top and drenched in bling, The Crazy Bear won't disappoint. It has two restaurants, an opulent bar, outdoor pool and flamboyant guest rooms.

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Ben West
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Ben has written for many publications and websites, including the New York Times, Times, Telegraph, Spectator and New Statesman. His work has taken him to around 90 countries, and he has also written a number of books and a play, Gertrude’s Secret, which toured UK theatres for three years.



The hotel is in the market town of Beaconsfield. Both Cliveden House and Windsor Castle are under eight miles away.

Just off the M40, Crazy Bear is in close proximity to London.

By car: 45 minutes from Oxford, under an hour from London and under 2 hours from Bristol and Birmingham. Free on-site parking available.

By train: London Marylebone to Beaconsfield takes 25 minutes, after which, it's a 5-minute taxi (or 20-minute walk) to the hotel. Book trains to Beaconsfield.

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Think bling overload! The ground-floor cocktail bar, restaurant and lounge area reminds us of a plush nightclub. The unique décor combines patterned leather walls, green marble flooring and crushed velvet ceilings - with mini-chandeliers and numerous stuffed animals. The overall look is over-the-top and completely unforgettable.


Facilities include two restaurants (modern British and Thai cuisines), a plush bar, outdoor terrace and heated swimming pool. Massages are available on request, too.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Outdoor pool
  • Jacuzzi
  • Adult-only
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


The individually-designed rooms and suites are opulent and decadent. Little luxuries include fluffy bathrobes, flat-screen TVs and touch-activated mood lighting.

Room types: Tiny, Deluxe, Superior, Junior Suite, Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The two restaurants are both opulently decorated. The orange blossom and sauvignon-braised fennel with wilted spinach and fennel crisps was delicious. The plush bar features chandeliers, leather banquettes and velvet chairs.

English Restaurant: seasonal menus, small plates and signature mains. All-day dining, open daily.

Thai Restaurant: seasonal à la carte menu and sharing plates. Open daily for dinner, Fri-Sun for lunch. Sharing menu from £34.

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