Reading is often referred to as the capital of the Thames Valley. Find a Reading hotel or guest house convenient for Dinton Pastures Country Park, The Look Out Discovery Centre (Hands on Science exhibition) and Reading Festival. The name of the town is probably from the Anglo-Saxon for Place of Readda's People.
39 Christchurch Road Reading Berkshire West RG2 7AN
The Hillingdon Prince of one of several friendly hotels in this quiet conservation area of Reading. This wonderful and eccentric looking period property offers basic but spacious accommodation that adopts the lavish mannerisms of a four-star boutique hotel but maintains the intimacy and practicality of a simple guesthouse. The bed & breakfast rates are pretty reasonable too with budget rooms available at around the £70.00 mark. Family rooms and single rooms are also on offer. There is a fr ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Great Expectations Relaxinnz||0.2||Reading||29||44.00|
|Ibis Reading Centre Hotel||0.6||Reading||182||39.00|
|Premier Inn (Central)||0.3||Reading||151||49.00|
|Travelodge (M4 westbound)||3.1||Burghfield||100||25.00|
|Novotel Reading Centre Hotel||0.4||Reading||178||99.00|
|Holiday Inn M4 J10||3.4||Winnersh||N/A||55.20|
|Holiday Inn Hotel (South) Reading||2.3||Whitely||202||44.00|
|Mercure George Hotel||0.3||Reading||76||99.00|
|Parkside International Hotel||1.7||Reading||70||55.00|
|De Vere Venues Wokefield Park||5.3||Mortimer||32||69.00|
|Rainbows Lodge Hotel and Serviced Apartments||0.9||Reading||25||60.00|
|Millennium Madejski||2.3||Madejski Stadium||201||71.22|
|Reading Lake Hotel||2.9||Pingewood||81||44.50|
|SACO Clipper House||0.3||Reading||12||90.72|
|Abbey House Hotel Ltd||1.4||Reading||19||69.00|
|SACO Castle Cresent||0.8||Reading||23||90.72|
|Belle Vue House Hotel||0.9||Reading||21||35.00|
|Bird In Hand Country Inn||7||Padworth||15||67.50|
|Comfort Hotel Reading West||7.8||Padworth||33||45.00|
|Old Lamb Hotel||5.3||Theale||21||50.00|
Even if your expectations of this classical looking city centre hotel arent that great, you certainly cant deny the Great Expectations Relaxinnz on London Road has great possibilities. The property is just two minutes from Reading Rail Station, the Oracle Shopping Centre and enjoys easy access to the A33 and M4, making it handy for trips to Legoland and Windsor Castle. Whilst a thriving festival town with dozens of parks and gardens Reading retains much of its medieval and Victorian character making this solid granite period hotel a surprising treat. Hotel rates from £40.00 per room.
Room4U is not responsible for the content of external internet sites recommended by any of these Reading hotels. This pleasant Berkshire town propsered with the advent of the Great Western Railway in the 1800s and is located at the confluence of the River Kennet and River Thames. Although primarily a commercial destination there are some worthy local attractions. Basildon Park (owned by the National Trust) is a stunning Palladian mansion house built in the 1700s, whilst the Cliveden estate in nearby Taplow is home to some spectacular gardens. Call the Reading Visitor Information Centre on 01635 30267 for opening times and costs.
The Reading Music Festival takes place annually at Little Johns Farm on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the August bank holiday weekend and attracts some of the biggest names in popular music. In recent years Reading has become home to one of Britains most revered music festivals. Bow Guest House is one of several affordable options if you intend to ditch the mud and the rain. The Avenue Roses hotel is another. Because Room4U enjoys a number of last-minute unsold rooms we can share BIG discounts on Reading hotels and cheap bed & breakfast lodgings, so DO please take advantage.