4-8 Duke Street, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 4RY, United Kingdom
The Royal County Hotel is located in Reading, England, adjacent to the Oracle retail park and 200 metres from the River Kennet. It is one mile from historical Englefield House, and six miles from the beautiful Stonor Park. Reading railway station is 650 metres from the hotel. Hotel Features. The modern Royal County Hotel is situated in the centre of Reading. Amenities include a room service menu, high speed Internet connections in public areas, and express check in. There is also on si

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Location. The Royal County Hotel is located in Reading, England, adjacent to the Oracle retail park and 200 metres from the River Kennet. It is one mile from historical Englefield House, and six miles from the beautiful Stonor Park. Reading railway station is 650 metres from the hotel. Hotel Features. The modern Royal County Hotel is situated in the centre of Reading. Amenities include a room service menu, high speed Internet connections in public areas, and express check in. There is also on site parking. The Royal County's Duke Street Restaurant and Bar focuses on British dishes made with ingredients sourced from local farms and suppliers. It serves a complimentary breakfast each morning. Business facilities at the hotel include three meeting rooms and a range of audio visual equipment for hire. There are five golf courses within a three mile radius of the hotel, and also boating and fishing on the River Kennet and the Thames. Guestrooms. The 52 guestrooms, built over three floors, have neutral, contemporary decor. All are equipped with televisions, direct dial phones, and wireless Internet access. Other amenities include tea and coffee makers, and desks. Bathrooms include complimentary toiletries. Expert Tip. Englefield House was built in the Tudor period and is a beautiful building with extensive grounds. The public have a significant proportion of free access to the Estate, with three woods to explore: Pamber Forest, Benyon's Enclosure and Ufton Woods. There are also 40 miles of public footpaths on the estate, as well as water meadows.

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