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A hotel in Berkshire combines the rolling chalklands of the North Wessex Downs with the option of a quick and easy drive to London, the nations's buzzing capital and puts you bang in the middle of the county that has been favoured by the monarchy for hundreds of years. Best Western has four hotels in Berkshire, spread evenly throughout.

Town and city breaks in Berkshire

There are many reasons to visit the charming county of Berkshire and a wide range of places to see there. From the county town of Reading to the picturesque Windsor, home to the famed royal residence, Windsor Castle. Anybody taking a trip to the county or staying at a Berkshire hotel will be spoilt for choice, whether the trip is a long-term visit or a short break. Take a look round the charming streets of Eton, a small town and civil parish, connected to Windsor over the Thames at Romney Lock by the iconic Windsor Bridge. Make sure you have a look round the famous public boys school that has been described as 'the chief nurse of England's statesmen.' Some of the other towns worth exploring from your Berkshire hotel include Bracknell and Sandhurst with their military connections, Maidenhead and Twyford, and for comedy fans, why not take a look round Slough, home to the Office and David Brent, one of Britain's biggest television exports. Depending on the time of your visit you may be able to see Windsor Festival, with its performance from international artists; the family-oriented Wraysbury Village Fair; or the musical Reading and Leeds Festivals. There are other such events in the county, so it would be worth doing a bit of research before booking your Berkshire hotel.

Holidays in the Berkshire countryside

Berkshire has many beautiful areas of unspoilt countryside that can easily be accessed from your hotel in Berkshire. These include the Snelsmore Common Country Park, best known for its local bird life; Windsor Great Park, immortalised by Shakespeare in The Merry Wives of Windsor; and the 35-acre Savill Garden. Greenham and Crookham Common is a popular area for walks and, being home to disused military sites, is also of important historical and political significance. Families with children may wish to visit Clinton's Hill, which has a picnic area and a play area, or Thatcham's beautiful Nature Discovery Centre with its range of family-oriented activities.

 There are gentle horse-drawn boat trips along the Kennet and Avon Canal, and a chance to walk with Torak the wolf at the UK Wolf Conservation Trust near Reading. History and architecture lovers should head to the 19th-century Highclere Castle from your Berkshire hotel; you might recognise the ornate facades from the television adaption of P.G. Woodhouse's Jeeves & Wooster. 



Attractions in Berkshire

Berkshire has many beautiful areas of unspoilt countryside that can easily be accessed from your hotel in Berkshire. These include the Snelsmore Common Country Park, best known for its local bird life; Windsor Great Park, immortalised by Shakespeare in The Merry Wives of Windsor; and the 35-acre Savill Garden. Greenham and Crookham Common is a popular area for walks and, being home to disused military sites, is also of important historical and political significance. Families with children may wish to visit Clinton's Hill, which has a picnic area and a play area, or Thatcham's beautiful Nature Discovery Centre with its range of family-oriented activities.
There are gentle horse-drawn boat trips along the Kennet and Avon Canal, and a chance to walk with Torak the wolf at the UK Wolf Conservation Trust near Reading. History and architecture lovers should head to the 19th-century Highclere Castle from your Berkshire hotel; you might recognise the ornate facades from the television adaption of P.G. Woodhouse's Jeeves & Wooster. 



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