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Reading Moat House
Mill Lane
Near Wokingham

Sindlesham
Berkshire

RG41 5DF | View map

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Located just off junction 10 of the M4, overlooking the river Loddon, this hotel is ideally located for visiting Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell business parks.

The hotel benefits from 129 air conditioned newly refurbished rooms, including 25 executive rooms and 4 junior suites in the original mill. The stylish Sindlesham Mill restaurant, lounge and bar, as well as the grade 2 listed Poachers pub, gives dining options for all tastes.
All areas of the hotel benefit from full Wi-Fi access. From 1 July 2007, smoking in public places is banned in England. However, a limited number of designated smoking bedrooms will be available for your convenience (subject to availability).

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