Luxury Hotels in Berkshire

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Situated in the south east of the country; Berkshire is one of the UK’s home counties and the perfect getaway for those looking for beautiful green scenery on London’s doorstep. As the birthplace of the Duchess of Cambridge, Berkshire is well known for its royal connections, as well as horse racing and its large number of gastro-pubs.

With plenty to do in the area, it’s the ideal holiday spot for families looking for a good mixture of rural activities such as a walk through Bisham Woods, and historical days out at one of its many castles. Windsor Castle in particular entices tourists in from across the globe, being both a royal residence and the spot where Meghan Markle and Prince Harry held their marriage ceremony in early 2018.

Love is in the air all year round in Berkshire and it’s the dream location for couples looking for a romantic weekend away. Check into one of the many luxury boutique hotels in Berkshire before embarking on an evening out at the Watermill Theatre in Newbury, followed by a candlelit dinner.

Activities

Plan a historical day out at one of Berkshire’s castles, such as at the popular Windsor Castle or the 14th-Century Donnington Castle. For fans of Downton Abbey, be sure to take a visit to the well-preserved town of Newbury as it inhabits the stately home Highclere Castle, where the popular TV series was filmed.

 Chic shopping destinations can also be found in Berskshire with The Oracle being the top spot for shopaholics looking for their latest fashion fix.

 

 For a fun day out for all the family, Legoland Windsor is a popular place for kids, with attractions, rides and live shows providing all day entertainment. Discover the wonders of the rainforest at the Living Rainforest. Featuring tropical glasshouses, plants and animals; it’s a unique wildlife attraction suitable for animal lovers of all ages.

 

 To round off a day of fun, book into one of the best restaurants in Berkshire, such as the top gastro pub The Beehive in Maidenhead, run by Heston Blumenthal’s former head chef.