Best Deals for Budget Friendly Accommodation
SN8 3JY, Hungerford, Bath Road
This boutique 17th-century inn is located 8 miles from junction 14 of the M4 in the village of Froxfield. Set on the A4 between Hungerford and Marlborough, The Pelican offers comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi.... read more
£ 54.95View Rates
RG1 2SE, Reading, Crown Street
Located in the centre of Reading, these stylish and contemporary one and 2-bedroom apartments have spacious open plan living areas and are ideal for business and leisure stays. The apartments offer an environment as close... read more
£ 75.60View Rates
SL5 7ND, Ascot, The Avenue
With free Wi-Fi and free parking, Lyndricks House offers en suite rooms and home-cooked breakfasts. Just a mile from Ascot Racecourse, the hotel is 10 minutes’ drive from Legoland and Bracknell. The compact bedrooms at... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
RG2 0SL, Reading, 500 Basingstoke Road
Holiday Inn Reading South M4 Jct 11 offers great leisure facilities and air-conditioned rooms, just off junction 11 of the M4 motorway. It is 3.2 km south of Reading’s town centre, railway station and university.... read more
£ 48.00View Rates
RG1 3EJ, Reading, 26 The Forbury
Within Forbury Gardens, this luxury 5-star hotel offers a fine dining restaurant and a cocktail bar. Reading Rail Station is a 5-minute walk away. All of the sumptuous rooms at The Roseate Reading Hotel have... read more
£ 102.00View Rates
SL6 2RA, Maidenhead, Manor lane
Just off junction 9 of the M4 motorway, The Holiday Inn Maidenhead Windsor is one mile from Maidenhead Train Station. The leisure centre features a pool, sauna and gymnasium. Free parking is available to guests... read more
£ 52.00View Rates
SL4 2JJ, Windsor, Burfield Road
Set in 44 acres of landscaped grounds, the historic De Vere Beaumont Estate is comprised of an 18th-century mansion, a chapel, 75 event spaces and a Georgian White House. Situated only 3 miles from Windsor... read more
£ 67.15View Rates
RG1 2HE, Reading, 10 - 12 Kings Street
Believed to be the oldest building in Reading, this historic hotel has original features, elegant rooms and a traditional restaurant. Mercure George Hotel is situated next to the Oracle Shopping Centre. The stylish bedrooms each... read more
£ 39.00View Rates
RG1 8BD, Reading, Caversham Bridge, Richfield Avenue
On the banks of the River Thames, the Crowne Plaza Reading is a 5-minute drive from the centre of Reading. The hotel offers air-conditioned rooms, free on-site car parking and complimentary Wi-Fi. Guests can relax... read more
£ 71.00View Rates
RG42 1PB, Bracknell, Rounds Hill, Wokingham Road
About a mile from Bracknell Train Station, the award-winning Elizabeth House offers free private parking and refurbished rooms with free broadband, a modern bathroom and luxurious extras. Elizabeth House Hotel is close to Bracknell town... read more
£ 71.10View Rates
SL1 3PB, Slough, Stoke Poges Lane
Set in four acres of landscaped grounds in Slough, Baylis House Hotel is located in a Grade I-listed building. This 4-star accommodation features antique decor with contemporary facilities. The 40 individually designed en-suite bedrooms come... read more
£ 49.50View Rates
RG10 9UP, Reading, Bath Road
Situated 10 miles from Royal Windsor Racecourse, The Bird In Hand is a 14th-century four-star inn, 4 miles from Maidenhead. It has free parking, free Wi-Fi, a bar and a restaurant, as well as a... read more
£ 70.00View Rates
RG42 4AB, Bracknell, London Road, (off Nevelle Close) Binfield
This charming Victorian hotel features a picturesque garden and free WiFi. There is a golf course nearby and excellent motorway access. Each individually designed en suite bedroom at Fines Bayliwick has tea/coffee making facilities and... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
RG17 0LZ, Hungerford, 117 High Street
Set in a former coaching inn, Three Swans Hotel boasts traditional charm and period features. It is 100 metres from the Kennet and Avon Canal, and has a restaurant, bar and outdoor eatery. The Three... read more
£ 59.10View Rates
RG1 1JX, Reading, Station Road
This unique residence is a modern reworking of the Great Western Hotel, built in 1844 and reputed to be the oldest surviving railway hotel in the world. The hotel is conveniently located in the city... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
SL2 5DD, Slough, Mill Street
In the heart of Slough, next to the train station, this hotel has spacious, thoughtfully decorated bedrooms. The Slough Trading Estate, the largest in the UK, is a mere 2 miles away. All rooms at... read more
£ 40.00View Rates
RG14 1QY, Newbury, Bath Road, Speen
With a great location just 1 km from the A34 and 1.5 km from Newbury town centre, the hotel has been refurbished to reflect its 17th-century heritage. Since 2005, the Hare and Hounds at Speen... read more
£ 64.90View Rates
RG40 1ST, Bracknell, London Road
In 25 acres of woodland, the Hilton St Anne’s Manor Hotel combines a countryside location within 30 minutes of Reading, Heathrow and Windsor. It has a pool, gym and restaurant. The LivingWell Gym is open... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
RG20 8XY, Newbury, M4 Junction 13, Oxford Road
With a modern indoor swimming pool and Livingwell Health Club, DoubleTree by Hilton Newbury North features a restaurant and a bar. The spacious rooms have en-suite facilities. Parking is available for an additional cost. DoubleTree... read more
£ 63.48View Rates
RG12 0QJ, Bracknell, Bagshot Road
Just 30 minutes from Heathrow Airport and 5 minutes from the M3, the Hilton Bracknell features modern rooms, a health club wit hot tub, a 24-hour bar and free parking. The rooms are decorated in... read more
£ 55.25View Rates
Where to Stay ?
Berkshire county town has existed for about 800 years. Berkshire’s location is an ideal area for vacation and even business tours. It’s just approximately 40 minutes away from London, England’s capital city. Berkshire over the recent years has significantly become a significant tourist location. So where can I stay while in Berkshire?
Below are some of the best towns you can visit or decide to stay when visiting Berkshire. Find the best places to stay and visit while in Berkshire.
Bray’s recent reputation originates from its outstanding restaurants. Without one not knowing of its culinary pedigree, Bray town may seem like just any other well-fixed and simple, charming township in the Berkshire County.
The town has almshouses dating from the early 1600s, and the majestic St Michael Church is an attractive site on itself. The church was constructed around the 1290s and is full of fascinating medieval artefacts inside it. This includes a colossal brass on Sir John Foxley’s tomb. The town has excellent B&Bs and cheap cosy-inns that offer bed and breakfast, 5-star hotels, and country houses that can be cheap too.
Newbury is a well-kept historic township, which is an excellent vacation destination for holiday seekers and business meetings. The Newbury’s Centre is a remarkable spot for those who like walks, and the verdant tow pathways on the Avon Canal and Kennet are pleasingly serene for most visitors. Get also entertained at the Newbury Racecourse that hosts The Lockinge Stakes in May, one of the most respected races every year.
For those who fascinated by Royal history, nature and Architecture, wander on the nearby country parks, and the Donnington Castle, where the 18-month cordon took place during the English civil War.the town also boasts of excellent B&Bs that offer bed and breakfast, cosy-inns up to the 5-star hotels and country houses that can be cheap too.
3. Great Barrington
Situated in Southern Berkshire, the Great Barrington town is an ideal place to stay while visiting Berkshire. If you need the “the get-away ”feeling but still be close to England, this is the perfect town to stay.it is home to great B&Bs that offer bed and breakfast and cheap cosy-inns up to the 5-star hotels and country houses that have the best food and fun activities for the whole family.
Great Barrington town is home to Catamount Ski-Area which has fantastic trails and green park areas which cover over 100 acres. This is a gorgeous plus for young sportspersons and the elderly who are young at heart. Winters can get cold here, but that’s common for most parts of the Berkshire County.
The three townships that sum up the Ascot town are quite affluent and explains why there home to some of the best cheap B&Bs and cosy-inns that offer bed and breakfast up to the 5-star hotels and country houses in the Berkshire County. If you talk about the town of Ascot, you can’t ignore the Ascot Racecourse, which is undoubtedly one of the most respected in the whole of England.
Tourists who visit this town for the racing each year for about 26 days, you will have plenty of options to choose from for your accommodation needs according to your budget. The racing course has got close links with the Royal family, having been recognized by the Queen of England, Anne back in 1711. It is situated a few miles from the Town of Windsor.
Maidenhead Town is across the River from Buckinghamshire and will link the neighbouring Taplow town through the Maidenhead Bridge. The structure gives this town quite a lovely sight of the town. The bridge was built back in the 1770s using 7 arches and fashioned iron lanterns.
The city has lovely sights and good accommodation options depending on their budget such as cosy inns and B&Bs to top 5-star hotels and even boutique country houses all over. One can walk on the small stretch of Thames Path all the way to the Boulter’s Lock. This is a pleasing spot for most visitors to sit and muse the river and its barrage, or watch the rushes go by.
Different Accommodation Options
As you’d imagine from this spectacular area of over 500 square miles, there are lots of excellent B&Bs, hotels and marvellous places to choose for your stay in Berkshire. Some of the hotels will offer bed and breakfast and some won’t. Ensure you know what you want and inquire in advance for the different hotels offers to know your budget cost.
You can also opt for the Self-catering cottages where one can enjoy cheap accommodation in Berkshire without having to sacrifice quality of course depending on their budget. There are also cruisers that will provide you with an ambience of relaxing, unwinding and discovering the hidden treasures of Berkshire Rivers like the River Thames.
Why Stay or Visit Berkshire?
Vacations are essential in creating a balance between physical, mental and emotional stress levels. Whether one is on a business tour or out for a holiday, Berkshire is an excellent place to free your mind from day to day worries and responsibilities.
Unwind and enjoy the town’s geographical sites of this attractive city. Travelling to new destinations and other cities may lead to new exciting experiences.