Reading

Reading may have developed rapidly during the 20th century, but its older self still shows in some ancient buildings and a peppering of Victorian Gothic. A noted shopping centre and university town nightlife add to the mix, and the Thames and Kennet and Avon Canal provide waterfront walks... Read More

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Reading Events

March
Alternative Queen of Reading
Annual Charity Pancake in aid of British Heart Foundation
Beale Park Country & Craft Fair
Reading Half Marathon
Reading Vintage Toyfair
April
Easter Egg Trail in Caversham Court
May
Launchpad Big Sleep Out
Reading Children's Festival
June
Beale Park Boat Show
Reading Arts Week
Reading Children's Festival
Reading Water Fest
July
outside:inside Festival
Race for Life
Reading Arts Week
Reading Fringe Festival
August
Berkshire 4x4 Motor Show
Inland Waterways Assoc National Festival & Boat Show
Reading Festival
Reading Fringe Festival
September
Reading & Wokingham Country Show
Reading Pride
October
German Beer Fest
Real Vintage and Good Food Market
December
BHF Santa Jog – Reading
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The Mill House Hotel

The Mill House Hotel
The Millhouse Hotel and Restaurant at Swallowfield is a fine Georgian House which dates back to 1823 and was formerly the home of the 1st Duke of Wellington. It is set in beautiful landscaped ... More | Double Room: £50 | visit website
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Great House at Sonning

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 | Double Room: £119 (weekend) and £139 (midweek) | visit website

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Comfort Hotel Reading West

Comfort Hotel Reading West

Whether you're visiting on business, having a day or two at Newbury, Basingstoke, Theale or Reading, or just enjoying a well-earned weekend break, the Comfort Hotel in Padworth, just west of Reading, offers you an ... More | visit website

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Malmaison Reading

Malmaison Reading

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Much loved rail stop-over becomes far from brief encounterMal life. She’s back, the greatly loved old girl from the golden age of steam. The one time Great Western Rail hotel ... More

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Roselawn Hotel

Roselawn Hotel

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Welcome to Roselawn Hotel, a very special family run 24-bedroom Hotel. Quiet comfort and quality has been created which combined with good food and excellent friendly service will ensure an ... More

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Holiday Inn Reading

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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The Old House

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A delightful quintessentially English village pub and restaurant with 4 fabulously appointed en suite rooms.

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Thameside Hotel

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Wokefield Park

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Set in 250 acres of peaceful Berkshire countryside just 10 minutes from the M4, we offer two venues on one site - the Executive Centre, a unique purpose-built venue, and ... More

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Shepherds House Inn

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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