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Inns in Reading

The George Hotel
10-12 kings street
Reading
Berkshire

RG1 2HE | View map

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The George Hotel is belived to be the oldest building of Reading and still retains many of its wonderful Coaching Inn features, including Tudor archways and a very attractive central stone courtyard. Located in the heart of Reading, the hotel is next door to the Oracle Shopping Centre. The Hotel has under gone a complete refurbishment programme and the result is a delightful combination of old world charm and modern comfort. All our rooms have en suite facilities and Wi-Fi and broadband. Our professional Team looks forward to welcome you and make your stay, either on business or pleausure, as enjoyable as possible.

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