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Pocket Guide: Wokingham

Located just a short drive from the M4 and within easy reach of the M3, Wokingham is a quiet, idyllic market town in Berkshire. Recently voted as the 'Best Place in England to Raise a Family' by the Family Hotspot Report, Wokingham has just as much to offer visitors as it does to those who live there. With Bracknell Forest mere minutes away and some unique and spectacular attractions, Wokingham continues to attract visitors and families throughout the year. Hotels in Wokingham come in a range of shapes and sizes, from characterful guesthouses and inns to modern, sophisticated establishments.

A Busy Market Town: Hotels in Wokingham

As a market town, Wokingham is well served by an excellent town centre that's packed with a wide variety of shops. However, every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the centre is awash with stalls as local craftsmen, artisans and farmers sell their wares in the General Market. This is a haven for shoppers, with bargains to be had at every corner. Most Wokingham hotels, such as the Emmbrook Inn and the Holiday Inn Reading, are within easy access of the market, ensuring that you can shop until you nearly drop before retiring back to your room with your newfound purchases.

Peace and Tranquillity

However, if you're visiting Wokingham to soak up some of Berkshire's famous countryside and indulge in a little peace and tranquillity, there are some hotels to be found on the more rural outskirts of the town, such as the Best Western Plus Reading Moat House Hotel and the Cantley House Hotel. While these hotels enjoy a more secluded location, they are still within easy reach of some of the area's most popular attractions, including Legoland Windsor, Reading Abbey and the Hellfire Caves, in High Wycombe. Many of these hotels offer excellent value for money and provide a comfortable base from which to explore just what the county has to offer.

The Wokingham Festival

The Wokingham Festival takes place each August, in an expansive area of grassland just outside the town. There you can expect to see excellent live music, taste local produce and enjoy some craft ales. Hotels in Wokingham sell out quickly during this time so, if you're planning on going, book well in advance. The Pheasant Inn is a nearby hotel that serves hearty, traditional food and offers accommodation that virtually crackles with character.

Wokingham is a superb destination at any time of year. Booking a room in a Wokingham hotel will help you make the most of your time there.