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Bath Hotel
54 Bath Rd


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A charming Victorian Country House near town centre & 5 minutes from the m4. All rooms are en suite, restaurant & bar, ample parking and recently renovated.
The Bath Hotel, built in 1892, has maintained many of the original Victorian features and combines it tastefully with all facilities for today's demanding travellers. Near the town centre & The Oracle, 25 minutes from Heathrow & 5 minutes from the m4.

Special rates apply for weekend & group bookings. The hotel has 23 bedrooms, all have en-suite showers or baths, and are made up of family rooms, triple, double and single rooms, so whatever your requirements, we can comfortably fit you in. All bedrooms have direct telephone lines, colour television and tea and coffee making facilities. As of April 2005, you will be able to access the internet from your laptop through our new wireless connection on broadband. However, Wi-Fi is not available in all rooms, and broadband is charged at 10.00 gbp per day. The dining room offers a choice of home cooked food Monday to Thursday. Light snacks through to a three course meal are available for dinner. The bar/lounge is the ideal place to unwind after a day's hard work, or for a night cap with a full range of drinks available.
If it is a good location that you are looking for, The Bath Hotel could not be better situated. The M4 junctions 11 and 12 are equal distance, about three miles out. Reading Centre, with its award winning Oracle Shopping Mall, is a haven of bars and restaurants and also offers a multiplex cinema. It is only a 15 minute walk away and a regular bus service passes the hotel. Special long term rates are available for the many companies moving into the prosperous Thames Valley region, ring for details. Competitive weekend rates for visitors to Reading and the surrounding area, which is ideally placed for many sporting venues, including football, rugby and horse racing, plus many tourist attractions.
There is no lift at this hotel.

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