West Grange Hotel

A Hotel in Midgham, Berkshire

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Cox's Lane, Bath Road
Midgham
Berkshire
England
RG7 5UP

West Grange Hotel, Midgham

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The West Grange Hotel is situated between Reading and Newbury, set in 2 acres of landscaped gardens with a picturesque courtyard hidden away. The hotel provides 40 comfortable guest rooms, all well appointed and equipped with modern amenities including television, tea and coffee making facilities, telephone and internet access, making an ideal choice for business and leisure travellers alike. Guests can enjoy delicious cuisine in the hotel's restaurant, which offers a varied menu within a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

3 star rating

From: £22.00

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