Bracknell

A centre for hi-tech businesses Bracknell is a bustling and prosperous place with two large shopping centres, the town framed by pleasant Berkshire countryside and surrounded by upmarket golf-courses, with Legoland and Ascot nearby... Read More

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Stirrups Country House Hotel

Stirrups Country House Hotel
Set in the heartland of the Royal Berkshire racing homeland, Stirrups Hotel is an idyllic retreat from the stresses and strains of modern life.

Easily accessible from the M4 and M3, the hotel is ideally situated ... More | Double Room: £120 - £95 Weekends B&B | visit website
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Hilton Bracknell

Hilton Bracknell

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Lying to the south of this modern Berkshire town, this 215 bedroom hotel is a natural base for visiting the area's major corporations. With a newly refurbished LivingWell Health Club, a ... More

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Waterloo Hotel

Waterloo Hotel
The Brook Waterloo Hotel is a stunning hotel which forms part of the Brook Hotel collection. This Victorian building built in 1860 has been modernised inside and outside to create an environment that is both ... More | visit website
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Grange Bracknell Hotel

Grange Bracknell Hotel

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The Grange Bracknell Hotel is the first hotel of this size and standard in the region. Comprehensive facilities designed to the ... More

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Coppid Beech Hotel (The)

Coppid Beech Hotel (The)

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The Coppid Beech Hotel is one of Berkshire‚s finest four-star properties, providing guests with spacious, comfortable, modern bedrooms; excellent food and ... More | Double Room: £195

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