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Wee Waif , Reading

Wee Waif
Located on the A4 near Reading, the village of Charvil has attractive surroundings and perfect links by road and rail to London and Heathrow. It is also within easy reach ... More Prices from 55.00

The Great House at Sonning, Sonning on Thames

The Great House at Sonning
Situated on the riverbank in the picturesque conservation village of Sonning-on-Thames with 50 bedrooms, Regatta restaurant overlooking the gardens and river Thames, conference facilities and private function hire. The Ferryman's ... More Prices from 69.00

The New Inn, Reading

The New Inn
The New Inn is a family run restaurant and sister restaurant to Valle D'oro restaurant in Newbury which has a 'Certificate of Excellence 2013' from Trip Adviser. We pride ourselves ... More Prices from 65.00

Elmhurst Hotel, Reading

Elmhurst Hotel
Located in a quiet residential area, Elmhurst is an ideal centre for touring or conducting business anywhere in the South of England. It is within easy reach of London, half ... More Prices from 35.00

Leander Club, Henley on Thames

Leander Club
Leander is the most prestigious and successful rowing club in the world, and its riverside location offers a wonderful atmosphere and fine dining facilities, all within a stone’s throw of ... More Prices from 90.00

The Red Lion Hotel, Henley on Thames

The Red Lion Hotel
Since the fifteenth century, travellers - including three Kings of England - have enjoyed the hospitality of The Red Lion Hotel.Uniquely situated overlooking the Royal Regatta course on the river ... More Prices from 109.00

The Catherine Wheel- a JD Wetherspoon Hotel , Henley on Thames

The Catherine Wheel- a JD Wetherspoon Hotel
Henley-on-Thames is home to the famous Royal Regatta every summer for five days, but oarsmen and rowing enthusiasts can enjoy the new River and Rowing Museum all year-round in this ... More Prices from 69.00

BEST WESTERN PLUS Reading Moat House, Reading

BEST WESTERN PLUS Reading Moat House
Overlooking the river Loddon, the Best Western Reading Moat House successfully combines the individual elegance of a modern hotel with the charm of a once productive 19th century mill house. ... More Prices from 109.00

Row Barge, Henley on Thames

Row Barge
The Row Barge is one of Henley’s oldest coaching inns. Not far from the town centre, you can find us 100 yards from the Town Hall on West Street, just ... More Prices from 85.00

Berkshire Rooms @ Reading Apartments, Reading

Berkshire Rooms @ Reading Apartments
See below for our different properties in the area: Heron House – Rushley Way, Reading, RG2 0GJ Gweal Avenue – Gweal Avenue, Reading, RG2 0FW Whale Avenue – Whale Avenue, ... More Prices from 105.00

Cantley House Hotel - a Bespoke Hotel, Wokingham

Cantley House Hotel - a Bespoke Hotel
Cantley House Hotel is a spacious 36 bedroom Victorian Country House Hotel set in 50 acres of beautiful Berkshire Parkland. The private gardens and parkland surrounding the Hotel guarantee a ... More Prices from 89.00

Quality Hotel Reading(Town Centre), Reading

Quality Hotel Reading(Town Centre)
The Royal County Hotel is situated in the heart of Reading Town Centre, adjacent to the Oracle retail development, and within easy access of the Inner Ring Road and the ... More Prices from 79.00

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