Creeping along the boundaries of Wiltshire this former Saxon town is served by some excellent connections to London Gatwick Airport and London Waterloo. Several scenic parks make Wokingham worthy of a visit; these include California Country Park and Dinton Pastures Country Park comprising 330 acres of nature reserves and wooded areas and forming what once was part of the Great Forest of Windsor. Find an Wokingham hotel or B&B for for the Look Out Discovery Centre and River & Rowing Museum.
Wee Waif Hotel
Old Bath Road Wokingham Berkshire West RG10 9RJ
Located next to the A4, the village of Charvil has attractive surroundings, and good communications by road and rail to London and Heathrow. It is also within easy reach of Reading,Bracknell, Wokingham,Caversham, Henley On Thames Maidenhead the M4 and M40. The Wee Waif Lodge is a modern hotel, with an attractive bar and restaurant, providing a welcome stop for passing customers and visitors to the Thames Valley Pathway. For pleasant relaxation, just a short walk from the hotel takes you to the b ...
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|Wee Waif Hotel||5||Wokingham||42||65.00|
|Best Western Moat House||3||Wokingham||129||62.10|
|Great House at Sonning||5.6||Wokingham||50||50.00|
|Cantley House Hotel||0.7||Wokingham||36||93.00|
Formally the home of the Marquis of Ormonde, Cantley House Hotel was converted into a country house hotel in 1983, and has been carefully restored over the years maintaining its may beautiful architectural features. The hotel is still owned and run independently, providing a high standard of service combined with a genuine feeling of warmth and care. The private gardens and the parklands surrounding the hotel guarantee a quiet peacefull setting yet Cantley is only a short drive from the busy commercial centres of Reading and Bracknell. Room4U is not responsible for the content of external internet sites recommended by any of these hotels in Wokingham.
Visit the Wokingham Tourist Board Website for further Wokingham hotels or call the Visitor Information Centre on 0118 978 0141. Wokingham is famous for the the ballad of Fair Molly Mogg, written here in the 18th Century. Because Room4U takes on a number of last-minute unsold rooms we can get significant discounts on Wokingham hotels and bed & breakfast breaks - so DO take advantage.