CharvilCopyright Andrew Smith

Charvil is a medium-sized village between Reading and Maidenhead, the Thames just a short stroll away and the famous Sonning Mill barely further... Read More

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Hotels in Charvil - 2 places to stay

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Wee Waif

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 of Reading and Maidenhead. The ... More | visit website

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Wee Waif

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 of Reading and Maidenhead. The ... More | visit website

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Bull Inn (1.10 miles)

Bull Inn

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The Bull in Sonning is a traditional 16th Century half timbered village inn mentioned in Jerome K Jerome's 'Three Men in a Boat' novel. The 7 bedrooms have just been ... More

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Great House at Sonning (1.13 miles)

Great House at Sonning

Located in the conservation village of Sonning on the banks of the Thames between Reading and Henley, this is the perfect choice for enjoying attractive, comfortable accommodation, planning a wedding reception, function or conference or ... More | visit website

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The Bull Hotel (1.70 miles)

The Bull Hotel

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The BULLHOTEL is near Henley on Thames, in the warm and friendly village of Wargrave, within 15 minutes of Reading & Maidenhead, Less than 30 minutes to Windsor or Ascot ... More

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Shepherds House Inn (1.80 miles)

Shepherds House Inn

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The Shepherds House Inn is a popular local family run public house near Reading. We specialise in real ales home cooked foods and offering reasonably priced bed & breakfast accommodation. ... More

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The Crown Inn (2.18 miles)

The Crown Inn
This 17th-century country inn has an excellent restaurant, free parking, free Wi-Fi and modern rooms with luxury beds and large, flat-screen TVs. It is close to Reading and Henley-On-Thames. The Crown Inn is in the village ... More | visit website
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The Baskerville (2.37 miles)

The Baskerville
With well appointed, ensuite rooms, the Baskerville is the perfect place to stay the night either for business or just for a leisurely break. The small town of Henley with its many interesting ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn Reading (2.67 miles)

Holiday Inn Reading
New 2 AA 4 Star Merit luxury hotel located in Winnersh Triangle adjacent to the Train Station (direct link to London) and within close proximity of the M4, Reading, Bracknell & Wokingham. Offering 174 luxuriously ... More | visit website
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Tudor Place (2.99 miles)

Tudor Place
Tudor Place, Winnersh is close to the prosperous towns of Bracknell and Wokingham. Not for from Junction 10 on the M4, it is within easy access of surrounding Business Parks and Heathrow Airport. Ideal for ... More | visit website
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Elmhurst Hotel (3.01 miles)

Elmhurst Hotel

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All bedrooms are spacious, have a modern outlook and wall to wall carpeting. Each one is equipped with a wash hand basin, razor point, colour television and telephones. We also ... More

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Brackenhurst Hotel (3.03 miles)

Brackenhurst Hotel
A quaint and cozy accommodation in historic Reading, the Brackenhurst Guesthouse is a wonderful home base. Its 2-star facilities and 8 comfortable bedrooms are close to the town centre and 1 minute walk from Reading ... More | visit website

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