La Baguette

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

LaBaguette B&B and Cafe, 7 Blagrave Street
Reading
Berkshire
England
RG1 1PJ

La Baguette, Reading

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La Baguette is a Bed & Brekfast with Cafe below located in central Reading, close to Reading Station.

La Baguette is a Bed & Brekfast with Cafe below located in central Reading, close to Reading Station. Located close to Reading Town Centre (1 minute walk to mainline station), close to all shopping and travel facilities. Reading offers great night life, and several beauty spots such as Maple Durham Mill, Henley (20 minutes drive) and Shiplake locks (15 minutes drive).

This metropolitan town also has direct link services to London Heathrow and Gatwick, and London Paddington (30 minutes by train). We do not do breakfasts on Sunday Mornings.

 3 star rating

From: £35.00

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