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We recently stayed at this hotel and had a wonderful experience. The hotel staff at check-in, check-out and throughout the day were wonderful and attentive. The hotel restaurant and bar had excellent breakfast, high tea, and lunch/dinner. The staff kindly allowed for an early check-in and then watched ...
A very enjoyable stay as always. Great location enables easy access to all facilities and landmarks of the area. Good customer service and room quality.
Great location opposite the castle. The rooms need to be cleaned better, I.e bathrooms, sink holes and corners lacked the cleanliness expected of this hotel. Positives nice decor, lovely bar, recognised it was my birthday and provide a small surprise dessert.. but instead of leaving it in the room ...
Great little hotel/inn close to the river, shops and stations. Staff were very helpful and friendly and food was good. Quirky building made from old ships timber. Tiny spiral staircase so be careful. Great find.
Attentive staff and attention to detail throughout. The spa is clean lovely and has everything. Breakfast buffet was amazing and afternoon tea very good . Location great by riverside and views amazing walking distance from castle . The room had everything and was very very clean .
At check-in we were informed that our room flooded and we had to be moved to another hotel for one night, to return back the next day. Although my suspicion (due to having a degree in Hotel Management and just plain common sense :)) was that the hotel was oversold due to a few conferences going on ...
This was our second trip to the Royal Berkshire having spent a night there in March before a flight from Heathrow. We stayed 3 nights this time and took advantage of the proximity to Legoland. Booked a suite and we're delighted with the room and space on offer. We had a jacuzzi bath, TV in the bathroom ...
Arrived to no reservation from Expedia. Luckily Hotel had a room and honoured booking, even though they hadn't received payment from Expedia. Hotel I would go back to, Expedia still haven't responded to my emails and I will never use again, terrible customer service for such a large company!!!
The hotel is in a superb rural location and has a huge field alongside. The room we were given was on the ground floor with a door that gave direct access out to the field that was great for our dog. There are two disabled parking bays nearest the main entrance and reception with a ramp alongside ...
The Royal County of Berkshire, so called because of Windsor Castle, is one of the oldest recorded counties in England. Its boundaries may have changed since 1972, when the Local Government Act saw the county lose ground to Oxfordshire but gain Eton, Reading and Slough yet its historical importance cannot be denied. Reading was important during the Middle Ages because of Reading Abbey, a monastery with close Royal connections. Berkshire also witnessed the birth of democracy in the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215 in Runnymede, played a hugely important role in the 1688 Revolution and was transformed by the arrival of the Great Western Railway in the 19th century. A historic hotel stay in the historic county of Berkshire lets you bask in both the past and the present.
From castles such as Windsor and Highcleve, abbey ruins and museums, the county of Berkshire is a heritage lover's paradise, and when you stay in some of the best Berkshire historic hotels you're completely immersed in the heritage of the county. In 1121, Henry I founded Reading Abbey but the abbey was destroyed in 1538 as part of Henry VIII's Dissolution of the Monasteries. The borough in front, or Forbury, in which the gardens are now sited, was an area of open land that served as a meeting place between the residents of the town and the abbey. Look for a cross memorialising Henry I. More modern conflicts are also commemorated, and the Maiwand Lion statute, erected in 1886 remembers the loss of 286 soldiers at the battle of Maiwand in Afghanistan. Elsewhere, Windsor Guildhall near Windsor Castle is a 17th century building designed by Sir Christopher Wren and now home to the Windsor and Royal Borough Museum, Ashdown House in Lambourn, Newbury is a Dutch style 17th century house associated with Elizabeth of Bohemia, the Winter Queen and sister of Charles I, while Englefield House in Reading is an Elizabethan mansion loosely based on the traditional Elizabethan E-plan.
A historical hotel stay in Berkshire means you'll be able to enjoy a break in a hotel that has its own links to these key locations throughout the county - and some of them are even reported to be haunted! Rooms are available in a range of sizes, accessible rooms are available if reserved in advance, and facilities include laundry and WiFi.