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Comfort Hotel Reading West
Bath Road


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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 increasingly rare combination of clean simple accommodation and good old-fashioned service.

From the moment you walk through the doors, you'll find a warm and friendly reception. From Manager to Chambermaid, every member of our team will be dedicated to making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

Conveniently situated on the old Bath road, just 3 miles from Junction 12 of the M4 motorway, the Comfort Hotel Reading West offers rapid access to all parts of the M4 corridor (England's "silicon valley"), as well as bringing London and Bath within day-trip range.

The Windsor, Newbury and Ascot race-courses are within easy reach, while AWE Aldermaston is only about three miles away as is Thatcham and the fantastic location of Bradfield College.

As well as being ideally situated for business, leisure and sightseeing (Windsor Castle, the royal River Thames, Oxford, and even Stonehenge are all within easy reach) it's worth remembering that the Comfort Hotel also offers you the opportunity to simply relax, and watch narrowboats chugging by on the picturesque Kennet & Avon Canal, located closeby.

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