Crown Lodge Guest House is located in the town centre of Reading, Berkshire in a detached 1870s Victorian building with many original features. Crown Lodge Guest House was originally built around the1860's by a Cattle merchant in Reading as a family home. In the late 1970's it was converted to a guest house.
Bow Guest House is 1890's Victorian House with many original features and 15 comfortable and fully re-furbished letting rooms. We are ideally located in the heart of Reading Town center close to allshopping and travel facilities. Bow Guest House came under our management in February 2004 and since that time we have carried out extensive renovation, now we offer all Family, Double and Twin rooms with En-suite facilities.
A warm welcome awaits you as our guest into our small family run B & B that provides comfort and allows you to relax whether you are on business or pleasure. Our guest house is close to Wokingham,Thames Valley and Winnersh Triangle Business Parks. Also, Reading and Windsor are close by. Good cycling and walking routes in area.
Warneford House is a comfortable and family run guest house where guests will feel at ease and where we are committed to your satisfaction and comfort. All of our rooms are fully equipped witheverything to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible, with quality linens and toiletries and attention to finishing touches in all our individual rooms. The Guest House is close to Wokingham town centre, within easy reach of Ascot, Bracknell, Crowthorne, Reading and Windsor.
At The Paddock we aim to provide the very best English bed and breakfast experience. Located in this beautiful riverside town, famous for its Royal Regatta, The Paddock is just a few minutes walk fromthe river, the railway station and the town centre. While close to the heart of Henley, it is set in a mature English garden with a large and private sunny patio and free off road parking.
Bracknell is a major centre of commerce in the south of England, with many large high-tech companies such as Hewlett Packard, Dell Computers and Fujitsu making it their home. We are ideally placedright on the edge of Western Industrial Estate and only 10 minutes from the Southern Industrial Estate. Our bed and breakfast in Bracknell is ideal for those seeking an overnight stay or a longer stay.
Most of guests staying with us are the repeating guests week after week, or the guests recommended by others. All guests have free use of modern kitchennette with tea/coffee making, kettle, fridge,microwave, washing machine. 1- Non refundable 1st night room rate may be payable at the time of booking, full balance to pay at the time of or prior to checking-in by cash, credit/debit card, bank transfer. 2- Payment will subject to 5% surcharge if by credit card, 2% surcharge if by UK debit card.
Previously a bakery in the early 1900s, The Bakehouse Bed and Breakfast and Guest House provides modern accommodation in Maidenhead's quiet residential area of St Marks. You will enjoy a small oasisof tranquillity only 15 minutes walk from both Maidenhead town centre and the railway station. Mainly catering for working professionals, The Bakehouse Bed and Breakfast is within a short commutable distance to Slough, Windsor, Bracknell and High Wycombe.
The Lawn Guest House is a welcoming family run guesthouse that can offer totally refurbished single, double and family rooms, of which most are full en suite. We pride ourselves on offering good valueaccommodation, a warm and friendly service and excellent breakfasts. Located just 7 minutes walk from Maidenhead train station and the town centre, The Lawn is ideal for business and leisure travellers alike.
Maidenhead, situated on the banks of the River Thames is an ideal location to explore the Royal Borough withthe famous Windsor Castle, home of The Queen during the summer month of June, only 6 milesaway at Windsor. Other local attractions include Thorpe Park, Legoland, Eton College and Runnymede where the Magna Carta was signed. Along the river Henley (Regatta), Marlow with it's Chain Link Suspension Bridge ( Proto-type for the one crossing the Danube at Budapest).