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Overall very good. No code supplied with booking to open car-park barrier. We were fortunate to meet another guest who knew this and helped us get in. Lots of traffic noise though if you open the window as on a busy junction.
The flat was very nice. Had my own privacy. The only big let down is the mattress in the bedroom. Very bad mattress.better mattress needed for a flat of that good standard
Lovely accommodation on ground floor. Plenty of room for 2 adults and 2 children. Well equipped kitchen for making dinner at night. Only downside we found. One sofa was sagging terribly in the middle which made it practically unusable, and the mattress on the double bed has seen better days. If these ...
The first thing to state about this hotel is that the experience to check in and obtain your keys is not an easy one. You need to call someone who talks you through the process - codes on doors, opening boxes, opening key safes and then you can park your car. Once you have the keys then everything ...
From Aldermaston to Three Mile Cross, the Royal County of Berkshire has plenty to offer. Reading is a modern market and university town with a Roman past, Newbury boasts a first class racecourse and is part of the Ridgeway National Trail across the Downs, while Eton is an attractive town with a number of historic buildings, the most well-known being the elite Eton College, founded by Henry VI in 1440. Wherever you're staying in the county, or whatever your reason for visiting, you'll find a stunning apartment hotel in Berkshire to suit your needs and tastes. They go out of their way to make sure you enjoy your stay while also leaving you relaxed and refreshed enough to explore this delightful county at your leisure.
There are plenty of towns and villages in Berkshire that are great to visit and ideal for an overnight, weekend or longer stay. Maidenhead is derived from Maydenhyth or 'maiden's landing place' and is popular with those who enjoy boating and sailing. An annual regatta is held in Maidenhead every August, and the town is also home to two of the most impressive bridges on the River Thames. Nearby Windsor is probably most famous for the castle, the largest inhabited castle in the world. But the town itself is also well worth a visit due to its pretty streets and variety of shops. Elsewhere, the former royal hunting forest Windsor Great Park is home to Frogmore House and the mausoleum where Queen Victoria is buried next to Prince Albert. An apartment hotel stay in Berkshire lets you explore this beautiful county at your leisure.
Berkshire offers a wide variety of choice when it comes to eating and drinking. The larger towns such as Reading, Maidenhead and Windsor contain a number of restaurants, serving both international and local cuisine. The River Thames and River Kennet also flow through the county, providing plenty of opportunities to stumble across riverside cafés or pubs with beer gardens down to the river and serving up English and international food.
Berkshire Apartment Hotels are spacious, stylish and contain everything you need to ensure your stay in Berkshire is comfortable, relaxing and refreshing. Facilities and amenities can include weekly housekeeping, cable TV and WiFi. An apartment hotel stay is a luxury home-from-home treat.