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In picturesque Windsor, lies the historic and unique Beaumont Estate: an inspirational estate offering a leading conference venue, cutting edge meeting rooms, a stunning wedding venue along with a luxurious family hotel, all set in spectacular and extensive grounds. From the self-contained Conference Village to the stunning Chapel, from the vast Hanover Suite to the exclusive White House, this outstanding estate has the space, facilities and technology you need whatever the event. And with acres of outside space for teambuilding and beautiful grounds and receptions rooms for weddings, the Beaumont Estate is simply a stunning venue. Located close to local attractions in both Windsor and London including: Legoland and Thorpe Park, the Beaumont Estate is also an ideal base for a short family break or a weekend away in the UK.
“ Very nice hotel, single room was spacious and very clean. Restaurant food and service excellent. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Aiysha from Rotherham
The Crab At Chieveley is renowned for its boutique hotel rooms, featuring bedrooms named after hotel rooms from around the world, with each room featuring authentic decor. The Crab At Chieveley has a mixture of Hot Tub Rooms (including their own private hot tub garden), a Spa Suite and a selection of Famous Rooms. Each room type are specifically designed to match the location of which they are named.View details
Independent family run hotel of style and character. In a great location just 0.5 miles (0.8 km) from the A34 and one mile (1.6 km) from Newbury town centre and racecourse. Purchased in 2005, by Jonathan and Jean Nelsey, the Hare and Hounds has been refurbished to reflect its 17th-century heritage and now provides the standards expected of a quality hotel and coaching inn. Enjoy Real Ales, quality food and truly warm and friendly service! Free updated Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel. The rooms are split between the main house and the cottage mews and all included a flat-screen TV and a DVD player, and guests have access to a free DVD library. With a highly acclaimed restaurant and a traditional pub bar, the Hare and Hounds at Speen is a popular venue for dining out in Newbury. Free parking is available in the large car parkView details
Most recent booking for this hotel was 15/05/2013 at 20:14
Between junction 14 and 15 of the M4, close to Swindon and Newbury, the hotel offers free Wi-Fi, free parking, great-value rates and comfortable, modern en suite rooms. Just off the M4 westbound and with access from the M4 eastbound, the Days Inn Hotel Membury has great access to the region’s major roads. The Days Inn has a 24-hour reception desk and spacious rooms, including executive and family rooms. All of the rooms have an en suite bathroom with a bath and shower. Each room has a trouser press, hairdryer and tea/coffee.
“ very good all round service from all the staff
Thomas John from Sheffield
The Oakley Court is one of the finest and most renowned country house hotels in England. Set in over 37 acres of beautiful English landscape gardens with manicured lawns leading straight onto a private stretch of the River Thames, The Oakley Court is a stunning venue for a wedding, celebration, conference or short break near Windsor. With impeccable attention to detail, unbeatable service and within easy reach of Heathrow and London, The Oakley Court is ideal for a range of different events. Whether you're planning a meeting for 5, a conference for 500 or a teambuilding training day, The Oakley Court has the facilities and space you need. And with its stunning location and tranquil setting, the hotel is a simply beautiful backdrop for your wedding. And with local attractions including: Windsor Castle, Ascot Racecourse, Legoland and Thorpe Park and fantastic onsite leisure activities, The Oakley Court is also the first choice for family breaks and weekend...
“ Very well maintained. High standard of cleanliness.very nice room.good pool gym saunaetc.
David from Whitby
Situated just off the M4 motorway at junction 11, the Millennium Madejski Hotel Reading is ideally located for those who want to visit the wonderful countryside within Royal Berkshire. The hotel also forms part of the impressive Madejski Stadium Complex, incorporating the Royal Berkshire Conference Centre, and home to both Reading Football Club and London Irish RFC. Nearby we have Legoland, Windsor Castle and for those who enjoy the races, Ascot, Windsor and Newbury are all within easy reach. Other areas of interest include, Henley, Oxford and London is only 20 minutes away by train.
“ Excellent accomodation and very reasonable priced for the quality of the hotel. Room was immaculate and breakfast was 1st class.
Roger from Thatcham
The Bird In Hand is a delightful Country Inn with a history that spans 600 years. When you step through our doors you catch a glimpse of the past... and walk in the footsteps of King George III. Located in Berkshire just outside London it affords easy access to the big city as well as many other local places of interest and beauty such a Windsor Henely and Legoland. For the business traveller or families on vacation our premises and warm sense of hospitality will charm entertain and revive your spirits.
“ Everyone very friendly & efficient. Whole place clean. Room excellent. Good ambience & food.
Pauline from Norwich
Most recent booking for this hotel was 13/05/2013 at 12:10
The manor is set in the tranquil area of Datchet, Windsor, overlooking the green and nearby the banks of the river Thames. Located near to Heathrow terminal 5 and 15 minutes from Heathrow terminals 1 2 3 & 4. Following a multi-million restoration, the manor hotel has been restored to its rightful position as one of the most intimate and charming hotels in Berkshire. The interiors are contemporary and have a real sense of style, while retaining much of their original, quintessentially English elegance. Accommodation at the Manor has always had an air of exclusivity and refinement, which it has retained following its extensive refurbishment. The history of the manor began in 1335 when King Edward III gave the manor of Datchet to William de Montacute. The manor changed hands several times before being purchased by Duchess of Buccleuch. The manor was then licensed in 1753. The Hotel has undergone many changes since the 1600's to the present day, now a four star hotel. Rapidly reasserting itself...
“ The hotel rooms are deceivingly small in comparison to the photos, when they say small double, they mean SMALL double. With no lifts and winding corridors with low ceilings your in for a physical challenge getting your bags to your room. However the hotel itself is decorated very well, and the staff are very friendly and helpful.
Chris from Cwmbran