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Berkshire is a county in the South East region of England, located immediately to the west of London. Whilst its proximity to that city, and its own centers of commerce, ensure a large and affluent population, Berkshire still possesses much rural scenery, including long stretches of the River Thames. A visit to Windsor and its royal castle is almost a must for any first time visitor to London.

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• Reading

Reading Hotels, Southeast England

Reading is a town located at the confluence of the River Thames and River Kennet, midway between London and Swindon off the M4 motorway. The name Reading is pronounced to rhyme with bedding. Reading was an important centre in the medieval period …

• Windsor

Windsor Hotels, Southeast England

Windsor has long been the royal enclave of England, located just 20 kms from London with frequent train connections. The medieval bastions of Windsor castle are impressive. Stretching for several miles to the south of the castle is the lovely Windsor Great Park …

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» Ascot

Ascot Hotels, Southeast England

Ascot is a small town in Berkshire. It is most famous as the location of Ascot Racecourse, home of the prestigious Royal Ascot meeting. The region is split into three distinct areas: Ascot itself, North Ascot and South Ascot. Shopping is available in the wide High Street …

» Bracknell

Bracknell Hotels, Southeast England

Bracknell is a town in the Bracknell Forest borough of Berkshire. It lies 18 km to the south-east of Reading, 16 km southwest of Windsor and 47 km west of London. The town is surrounded, on the east and south, by the vast expanse of Swinley Woods and Crowthorne Woods …

» Chieveley

Chieveley Hotels, Southeast England

Chieveley is a village about 4 miles north of Newbury, close to the M4 motorway and A34 road. The landscape is of gently rolling chalk hills. The land is predominantly arable with some dairy, sheep and pigs. There is a healthy quantity of woodland and abundant wildlife …

» Lambourn

Lambourn Hotels, Southeast England

Lambourn is a small market town in the northwestern corner of Berkshire. It is best known for its associations with British racehorse training. The rolling downs mostly cover the northern part of the parish and in this area are actually known as the 'Lambourn Downs' …

» Maidenhead

Maidenhead Hotels, Southeast England

Maidenhead is a town in Berkshire. The town lies on the west bank of the River Thames. The Great Western Railway passes through the town, calling at Maidenhead railway station and offering convenient links to London and stations towards Bristol …

» Newbury

Newbury Hotels, Southeast England

Newbury is situated on the River Kennet and the Kennet and Avon Canal, and has a town centre containing many seventeenth century buildings. Founded late in the 11th century Newbury acquired its name through being new in the sense of postdating the Doomesday Survey …

» Old Windsor

Old Windsor Hotels, Southeast England

Old Windsor is a village in the English county of Berkshire, just south of the large town of Windsor and near to the villages of Englefield Green and Datchet. It was originally the site of an important palace of the Saxon Kings. This was superseded by the Norman castle at 'New' Windsor …

» Slough

Slough Hotels, Southeast England

Slough is a town in Berkshire. It is one of the most ethnically diverse towns in the UK, situated some 22 miles west of central London and 20 miles east of Reading. It is home to the Slough Trading Estate, the UK's first such estate and one of the largest in Europe …

» Thatcham

Thatcham Hotels, Southeast England

Thatcham lies on the River Kennet, the Kennet and Avon Canal, the A4 road and a Roman road. It is also served by Thatcham railway station. Occupied since prehistoric times - the well-preserved remains of a Mesolithic village dating from 7700 BC are in its vicinity …

» Wokingham

Wokingham Hotels, Southeast England

Wokingham is a market town about 33 miles west of central London. It is about 7 miles east-southeast of Reading and 3 miles west of Bracknell. Before 1844, the north of the parish of Wokingham was part of a detached portion, or exclave, of the county of Wiltshire …

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England Tours & ActivitiesWindsor

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Windsor Castle is the largest working castle in the world, meaning it is still occupied by royalty. For over 900 years, since William the Conqueror built a wooden fortress here, this has been a royal home and fortress. Queen Elizabeth spends a month at Easter, a week in June and most weekends at Windsor. This is also where she often hosts State Dinners for international dignitaries and entertains those she has knighted into the Order of the Garter …


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Southeast England is one of the nine official regions of England, designated in 1994 and adopted for statistics in 1999. Its boundaries include Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and West Sussex …


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Southeast England is popular for its proximity to London, but offers many attractions of its own including the oldest universities, royal palaces, castles, cathedrals and stately homes. Discover the unique regions of Oxford, Windsor, Winchester, Brighton, Canterbury and more …


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