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Beaconsfield

Location pin

Crazy Bear Hotel, 73-75 Wycombe End, Beaconsfield, HP9 1LX - 

  • Users

    Up to
    30 guests

  • Delivery truck

    Internal Catering
    allowed

The Crazy Bear Beaconsfield opened in 2008 to spectacular international reviews including Conde Nast’s Hot List for best new hotels in the world

The oldest documented building in Beaconsfield, a fifteenth century coaching inn, has been meticulously restored and elaborately designed to provide dramatic architecture and uncompromised luxury

The Crazy Bear Beaconsfield is a unique oasis in quintessential England and is the antithesis to ordinary.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 30

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 22

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 24

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Refreshments

Refreshments

Alcohol

Alcohol

Amenities

Heating

Heating

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Table / chairs included

Table / chairs included

Public transport

Public transport

Overnight accommodation

Overnight accommodation

Breakout rooms

Breakout rooms

Audio & visual

Whiteboards

Whiteboards

Conference phone

Conference phone

TV screen

TV screen

Flipchart

Flipchart

WiFi

WiFi

Sound system

Sound system

Space rules

Allowed events

wedding

Wedding ceremony licence

alcoholLicense

Licensed for alcohol

Attendee Minimum Age

18

Cancellation policy

Meetings and Delegates: Where there is a cancellation of part or an entire event the following charges will apply: - 10 working weeks prior = 25% cancellation charge 6 working weeks prior = 50% cancellation charge 2 working weeks prior = 75% cancellation charge 1 working weeks prior = 100% cancellation charge Individual room hire charges are treated as a non-refundable deposit Private Events: In the circumstances that the client has to cancel or postpone all or part of the confirmed booking at any time prior to the event, the Venue will make every effort to re-sell the facilities on the client's behalf, no refund will be processed until we have received a payment from the new function. Individual room hire charges are treated as a non-refundable and non-transferable deposit. Weddings: Where there is a cancellation of part or an entire event the following charges will apply: - 8 working weeks prior = 25% cancellation charge 4 working weeks prior = 50% cancellation charge 1 working weeks prior = 100% cancellation charge Initial Deposit charges are treated as non-refundable. Note: All additional food and drink is subject to a 13.5% discretionary service charge

Location

Reviews

  • Sandra Incendiario

    March 2024

    We took friends from overseas to The crazy Bear. We had lunch at the Thai restaurant then had tea and coffee by the pool. I definitely see a pool party here in my future. The 12 course menu was amazing. Service was great and food delicious. I want to go back and stay over for a weekend. Decor was amazing and the staff super friendly. Loved the bathrooms.

  • Ellie

    June 2024

    We had a one night stay here which overall was lovely. We had a Thai massage which was very good in a lovely relaxation hub. Then we had lunch in the English restaurant, we used the set menu options which overall made it very good value for money, the food was really nice. I saw some reviews of dry meat with the roasts but we didn't find that at all! Finally the room itself was nice, the bed was really comfortable. The furniture is a bit dated for sure but still absolutely in usable condition and comfy. Overall it's slightly overpriced for what it is but it's something different to experience! The staff are lovely and so keen to help. The village is quiet with nice shops to walk around.

  • Kelly Gallagher

    April 2024

    The room was great and we enjoyed the food and drinks, although the drinks are hugely overpriced. The decor was lovely and it’s a beautiful setting. The guy that showed us to our room and ladies on reception when we checked in were great but that is where the good service ended. I waited so long after we finished our main course for them to clear the plates and offer desserts that I gave up and asked for the bill. The waitress then told us “it might not look busy but it is and we have a private function” but they should staff accordingly with the prices they charge, it shouldn’t affect our very expensive stay and meal. She then told us if we leave a 5 star review they will give us a bottle of champagne on our next visit. I want good service, not freebies for leaving good reviews. They should work on the service rather than bribing people to leave good reviews! Finally when I checked out I was charged £75 for the late check out and drinks I’d ordered to the room which I was expecting. I asked these could be deducted from the £150 they had held at check in. She said quite rudely “no, that is for incidentals” and I said those things would be incidentals and she said “no, they are extras”.. I am attaching here a dictionary explanation of incidentals, showing that it means extras” 😂 what a ridiculous rude response. So I paid £75 and have to wait for the £150 which they apparently took for no good reason as I wasn’t allowed to use it for incidentals/extras and will get that back “in a few days”. Great place, awful service unfortunately!

  • M Chops

    May 2024

    The room was special to look at but lacking some real basics. The mattress was used, battered and sunken in the middle. I could not sleep on it. Only a curtain separates the room from the toilet from the bed so good luck if you need privacy. And the windows don't open so bring air freshener. It's so dark you can't read anything. The bath is uncomfortable to sit in and hard to get out of. My complaints about the bed fell on dead ears. Booked two nights and spent a total of 2 hours in the building, the rest of the time at home. I paid £750 for the pleasure. Horrifically overpriced rubbish. I've had better experiences at Travelodge or Premier Inn.

  • Ola Fashade

    May 2024

    Interesting restaurant - went for a birthday meal. The place looks more like a messy mix between a nightclub / private club / dodgy looking boudoir than a restuarant. Decor was a little too garish for me, but I can see how it may appeal to others. Parking was awful/extremely limited. Staff were engaged, very polite and for me probably the only positive aspect. But we did not go there to engage with the staff, we went for the signature menu with circa 7 courses which sounded appealing. The food was very much a disappointment though....almost all of it. The beef was especially dry, overdone and dripping in sauce perhaps to hide the issues. Neither of us could even eat it....took a few bites and had to stop. Everything else on the menu was below par. The only part of the meal that was partially decent was the mid course sorbet. Drinks/cocktails was mainly ice, overtly diluted and massively over-priced. I really expected a much higher food quality. ;(. The x2 heavies at the door was unexpected ..... Probably close to our worst dinning experience ever....more irritating when you factor in the price. We will not return.