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Lyndricks House
The Avenue
Ascot
Berkshire

SL5 7ND | View map

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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, Wentworth & Sunninghill Golf Courses. A family run guesthouse that has recently been refurbished to high standards that compliment its beautiful surroundings making it an ideal place to stay for both business and pleasure. Just 25 minutes from Heathrow Airport, 10 minutes from the major motorways M3, M4, M25 and in close proximity of main business areas such as Bracknell, Camberley, Egham, Guildford, Reading, Staines, Windsor and Woking.

As the guesthouse has been refurbished recently, we have ensured that we are able to raise the bar higher for in-room services. There is a wide variety available in the rooms, details of the same can be found below to make your stay more comfortable and relaxing: Broadband Connection : The latest BT Wireless Hub has been installed with a speed of upto 8MB, so now you can surf the net free of charge at any time.

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