Carpenters Arms "After getting a glowing recommendation for this restaurant it was possible the worst meal that I have had with the service to match.
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Carpenters Arms "Have eaten here on several occasions both lunchtime and evening since it has reopened as a French restaurant .... both service and food have been superb every time ... excellent, ..." More
Sunninghill is a village in the Royal County of Berkshire that’s reaches far back into history, now home to 3,300 villagers which is more than in Saxon times. Close enough to Ascot and Windsor to absorb the wonders of history on offer. Or perhaps the delights at Legoland are too many to ignore, with fifty rides from the breath stealing Dragon Coaster where you travel the depths of a castle before flying through the tree tops, to a gentler ride on Brickadilly’s Carousel, of course there are the millions of Lego bricks to admire and the Enchanted Forest full of woodland creatures to explore. If that’s not enough thrills there is Thorpe Park close by where the adrenaline pumps as you ride Nemesis or Colossus, or for smaller visitors a gentle ride on Ollie Octopus or the Swinging Sea Shells are a definite winner.
Or possibly the test of picking the winner is more for you, Ascot Race Course is full of history and pageantry whether you win or not, an enjoyable day is bound to be had. The stunning Tudor elegance of Dorney Court is close by, built in 1440 has scintillating examples of fine furniture, with delightful grounds, and the 13th Century church of St James opposite.
Set in Sunninghill village near Ascot, only 10 minutes from the M25 and M3 motorways, Highclere Hotel is conveniently located with shops, restaurants and pubs all within a short walk. Heathrow ... More
Fashioned in the style of a French Chateau, complete with turrets, The Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa offers the traditional atmosphere of an original Manor House alongside up to date leisure and business facilities. Completely ... More
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Enjoy a warm welcome upon your arrival at The Brockenhurst Hotel. Nestled into the classic English town of Ascot, Brockenhurst is exceptionally comfortable and convenient to local amenities. The hotel compliments ... More
Set in over 65 acres of landscaped gardens and natural woodland, close to Ascot Racecourse, Sunningdale Park offers modern, purpose-built accommodation with free wireless internet access available throughout.
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Nestled within 15 acres of landscaped grounds in Royal Berkshire’s splendid countryside, this elegant, 18th century Queen Anne mansion offers a choice of suites, executive and adapted rooms.
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Welcome to Lyndricks House situated just 1 mile from the World Famous Ascot Race Course and other major attractions like Windsor Castle, Legoland, Thorpe Park, Virginia Water Lake, Hampton Court, Bracknell, ... More
This charming ex-coaching Inn is on the outskirts of Windsor & Ascot, and close to Bracknell & Maidenhead.
We have been awarded 4 diamonds from the English Tourism Council.
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Located within easy reach of the M3 and M4. Just 2 miles from world famous Ascot Racecourse, 5 miles from Lego Land and within easy reach of the historic Windsor Castle; there are numerous places ... More
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Palm Hills is a stylish boutique hotel, with 9 fantastic feature rooms, private bar and restaurant. Located Close to Ascot racecourse and set in 5 acres of landscapes gardens. ... More
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The Battle of Myton-on-Swale - 1319, Vegetarian Society Formed - 1847, Jack the Ripper Kills twice in one Day - 1888, The discovery of penicillin - 1928, BBC begins TV Transmissions - 1929, Chamberlain Proclaims Peace for our Time, - 1938, Bourne End Rail Crash - 1945, Thunderbirds Are Go! - 1965, Radio 1 goes on air - 1967 More dates from British history