What’s On in Berkshire

Find out What's On in Berkshire, Restaurants in Berkshire, Shopping, Sightseeing, Sports, Events, Night Clubs, Places to stay, Hotels, with our comprehensive website. Here you can find information to make your stay in Berkshire an enjoyable one. Packed with great ideas on What to Do, Places to Visit, TOP Restaurants, News & Events, Attractions and more..

Find out What’s on in Berkshire

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Attractions and Places to Visit in Berkshire

Attractions and Places to Visit in Berkshire

Berkshire is renowned for its close connections to The Royal Family, picturesque towns and villages, rich heritage and culture, and stunning countryside. The county's largest city, Reading, is only a half an hour train ride from the bustling capital. In contrast the county is also home to the North Wessex Downs, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty.

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Places to stay in Berkshire

Places to Stay in Berkshire

From the quiet beauty of Windsor Great Park to the stylish bars and shopping possibilities of Reading, it’s an area with much to offer the weekend visitor. Whether you prefer the personal touch of an intimate boutique or love the calm of the countryside, Berkshire offers plenty of choices.

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Sports and Activities

Sports and Activities

If you’re looking for inspiration for new places to go, there's no shortage of activities in Berkshire. The mighty River Thames runs along Berkshire's north-east border. This scenic waterway was once a major trade route for the county but is now mainly used for boating, leisure craft and pleasure trips.

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Where to Eat in Berkshire

Berkshire is renowned for its fine eating scene. The city is home to four Michelin Starred restaurants and some of the most opulent and luxurious dining experiences in the area.
Berkshire has a huge choice for eat and drink, including historic classic pubs, beautiful stylish restaurants, hidden gems in the countryside, riverside eateries, family friendly pubs, Chinese restaurants and takeaways, Indian Cuisine, Japanese & Italian restaurants, Cafes, Deli’s. The list goes on!

Activities, Where to Eat, Stay, What to Do in Berkshire

Meimo restaurant - Windsor in Berkshire

Meimo restaurant - Windsor

Meimo's is a contemporary restaurant with a buzzing atmosphere. Based in the heart of Windsor, about 5 minutes walk from Windsor Castle.
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The Waterside Inn in Bray

The Waterside Inn in Bray

Nestling on the banks of the Thames, in the charming 16th century village of Bray, this delightful 'restaurant with rooms' has been serving inspirational French cuisine.
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The Woodspeen Restaurant west Berkshire countryside near Newbury

The Woodspeen Restaurant

The Woodspeen restaurant is set in the beautiful west Berkshire countryside near Newbury. We serve seasonal food, sourced locally wherever possible..
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Gilbey's Bar & Restaurant - Eton

Gilbey's Bar & Restaurant - Eton

Situated on the High Street of Eton, close to the River Thames and between the historic buildings of Eton College and Windsor Castle, Gilbey’s.
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What’s On In

Berkshire is famous for the Castle at Windsor, Eton College and horse racing at Royal Ascot as well as the many picturesque villages and historic houses that are waiting to be enjoyed. Located in the south east of England, Berkshire is one of the oldest counties in Britain. The county is home to one the oldest and largest Royal Residences in the World, Windsor Castle. The castle remains one of the Queen's official residences, which is why the county is known as the "Royal County of Berkshire".

The mighty River Thames runs along Berkshire's north east border, from Old Windsor, via Henley, Reading and Pangbourne up to Goring. This scenic waterway was once a major trade route for the county but is now mainly used for boating, leisure craft and pleasure trips. Berkshire has an extensive range of things to do with a selection of places to eat and drinkadventures and activitiesplan your stay and visit to Berkshire.