Rooms

Our Cottages

Just a short walk from the pub

We have eleven bedrooms available to book; and not just any old rooms. Brilliant, luxurious ones, with huge beds, vast baths, hot tubs and rain showers. All the rooms include a cooked breakfast in the pub.

The rooms in Flower Cottage are a stone’s throw away from our pub. Apple House is nestled into the heart of Marlow’s high street, amongst its vibrant shops. Duck Terrace is just off of Marlow high street and is within a two-minute walk to Apple House. Both cottages are only a short walk from The Hand & Flowers, but don’t worry we will drop you off and pick you up.

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Flower Cottage Duck Terrace Apple House

Limousin, Flower Cottage

£275 per night

Limousin is one of our most romantic rooms, with vaulted ceilings and a large chandelier. Dressed skylights fill the room with natural light, whilst giving you privacy to use your circular antique copper bath. This bedroom also includes a spacious shower in the room.

Angus, Flower Cottage

£295 per night

Providing all of the comforts of home, Angus offers a front room, large handmade wooden bed and a hot tub terrace to make the most out of the fresh country air. The bathroom has a rainfall shower over a extra-long bath.

Dexter, Flower Cottage

£195 per night

This room perfectly mixes modern design with its authentic traditional features. Moulded around the eaves of the roof, you have a traditional bathroom with a modern hand carved stone bath, and a separate walk in shower.

Charolais, Flower Cottage

£295 per night

The calming colour pallete of this room draws your eye through to your own seating area and onto a private hot tub terrace. The bathroom has a walk-in rainfall shower which will mean this room will leave you feeling fully relaxed. It is also our baby friendly room, with plenty of space for you to set up your travel cot.

Barbary, Duck Terrace

£295 per night

Barbary welcomes you with vaulted ceilings and three chandeliers, in a lounge that is designed to indulge and relax. A king size bed in your master bedroom and an antique gold mirrored bath provides a feeling of elegance that radiates through the whole of this top floor bedroom.

Mallard, Duck Terrace

£295 per night

A secluded terrace wraps around all three sides of your lounge. Large garden doors and a generous skylight help to make the most of your secluded haven. All topped off with a king size bed and your own traditional wooden hot tub outside.

Allier, Duck Terrace

£295 per night

Covering the ground floor of the main house, Allier is complete with a cosy terrace and a wooden hot tub. The master bedroom has a king size four poster bed and a bay window which is at the front of the property, letting natural light shine onto the artwork in the bedroom.

Roxbury, Apple House

£275 per night

Spread over two floors, Roxbury has a bathroom which is designed to indulge. This bedroom offers a beautiful bay window seat which looks onto the traditional shops on Marlow high street.

Orin, Apple House

£275 per night

A light and spacious bedroom includes a four poster bed, which looks onto a large double ended bath. There is also a separate bathroom with a walk-in shower and large vanity mirror.

Braeburn, Apple House

£295 per night

Walking through your own hidden hot tub terrace, Braeburn is the perfect place for your getaway. In your room, a rustic four poster bed compliments the traditional features of the bedroom, whilst a gold roll top bath adds luxury which shines throughout.

Davey, Apple House

£275 per night

Taking advantage of its high ceilings, this bedroom has been decorated with a tranquil colour pallet nodding back to its historic past. This bedroom offers comfy armchairs, a large bath in the bedroom and separate bathroom with a walk-in shower.

Book a room

Feel free to call our lovely reservations team on 01628 482277 or you can email them on contact@thehandandflowers.co.uk. Please provide a contact number in your email so our team can get in touch.

Book the shed

Please contact Andrea via hello@theshedmarlow.co.uk for more information and availability.

Mere Lafan

Marlow

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The name is recorded in 1015 as Mere lafan, 
meaning "Land left after the draining of a pond" 
in Old English.

Our home, Marlow is a gorgeous old English town, on the banks of the Thames. It’s at least 1,000 years old and appears in the Domesday Book, where it was called Mere Lafan. If you’re coming to The Hand and Flowers, it’s well worth allowing some extra time for a stroll along the river, or a look around the shops. While you’re here, why not visit the following places?

In and Around Town

Things to Do In Marlow

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Marlow Suspension Bridge

This 19th Century bridge was by William Tierney Clarke, who later used it as a template for his bridge connecting Buda and Pest in Hungary.

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Literary Marlow

Many literary figures have lived in Marlow, including Mary Shelley, Percy Bysshe Shelley, TS Eliot and Jerome K Jerome. Pick up a leaflet from the tourist information office for a walking tour of the town.

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Thames Path

Walk from Higginson Park upstream to Temple or Hurley Lock, or downstream to Cookham and Bourne End. Make sure you take in the view from Marlow Lock.

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The Rebellion Beer Company

If you like the beer we serve at The Coach and The Hand and Flowers, why not take a short trip to Marlow’s very own brewery. They are open Monday to Saturday 8am until 7pm and closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays.