Accommodation in Reading, Berkshire
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Henley Management College
A Hotel in Reading, Berkshire
Accommodation Description:From: £75.00
The College is situated in 30 acres of beautiful parkland on the banks of the River Thames, just two miles from Henley on Thames famous for the Royal Regatta. The College has 100 en-suite bedrooms, full English breakfast is included and is served in our dining room which overlooks the River Thames. Please note our environment is not suitable for Family accommodation, it is ideally suited to business executives travelling in the Thames Valley area.
Please note that dinner is not always available therefore if you require an evening meal please check at time of booking.Last entry for dinner in the restaurant is 8.30pm and last bar snack orders are 9.30pm.Please note that all our bedrooms are non smoking..
Accommodation Rating: 3* Self assessed
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Hambleden, St Mary's Church - 0.8 miles (Historic Church)
Medmenham, St Peter and St Paul Church - 1.9 miles (Historic Church)
Stonor Park - 3.1 miles (Historic House)
Greys Court - 3.4 miles (Garden)
Turville, St Mary's Church - 3.5 miles (Historic Church)
Fingest, St Bartholomew's Church - 3.6 miles (Historic Church)
Bisham, All Saints Church - 4.5 miles (Historic Church)
Nuffield Place - 6.2 miles (Historic House)
Sonning, St Andrew's Church - 6.2 miles (Historic Church)
West Wycombe Park - 6.4 miles (Historic House)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Turville - 3.5 miles away
Marlow - 4.6 miles away
West Wycombe - 6.5 miles away
Maidenhead - 7.5 miles away
Bradenham - 7.8 miles away
Reading - 8.3 miles away
Eton - 12.8 miles away
Windsor - 13.2 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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