Like at least 2 other couples, we had an overnight stay while visiting to eat at The Hand and Flowers. Marlowe seems to be a bustling and busy town, but we were fortunate in parking when someone vacated a parking space right in front of the door, so although there's no car park, you may just be lucky. Be warned though - the parking is for 2 hours only between 0800 and 1800 (I think!) We effectively got overnight parking for free due to lucky timing.
The hotel is small, with only 21 rooms, and, because it's a listed building, there are no lifts. We were on the second floor in room 15. It's a huge room, overlooking the front and, when you go into the bathroom, that's equally huge, if clean and basic. Beware if you're tall though because both rooms have got sloping bits in the ceiling that cut down on head room in places. The room was fine, not noisy despite being right next to the pub, and the air con helped keep it at a good temperature. I'd use it again if I was in Marlow.
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- Located just off Marlow's popular high street, a short walk from the Thames and the annual regatta. ... more less
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