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Royal County of Berkshire

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  1. West Berkshire Brewery Tour
    West Berkshire Brewery is an independent brewery nestled in the heart of Berkshire with over 23 years of brewing experience. With our new state of the art brewery and packaging line we proudly produce traditional cask ales and innovative craft beers.
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  2. Nestling alongside the Kennet & Avon Canal and surrounded by beautiful countryside, Hungerford is a charming town which captivates both locals and visitors.
  3. The Royal Oak at Yattendon
    A beautiful country pub with rooms, nestled in the picturesque countryside of West Berkshire.
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  4. The Roseate, Reading
    The Roseate Reading was originally a share hall for the Berkshire County Council. The building along with its wide hallways, vaulted ceilings, cornice mouldings and the original lift shaft have all been restored to their original glory.
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  5. The Newbury
    Multi-award winning gastro pub boasting creative cuisine and real ales in roomy, townhouse pub with rustic-chic decor, plus stylish terrace and micro gin distillery.
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  6. Cordings Room at Queens Arms, East Garston
    The Queens Arms is the award winning, pub, restaurant and hotel with its own private lodge. Situated in the beautiful village of East Garston, yet only 3 miles from junction 14 of the M4, The Queens Arms is perfectly placed between London and the West Country yet in the heart of an area of outstanding natural beauty.
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  7. Kennet & Avon Canal
    Alongside the Kennet & Avon Canal, the largest town in West Berkshire, Newbury, has a bustling high street with many interesting shops, which include unique stores such as family-run department store Camp Hopson.
  8. Shaw House is one of the best preserved Elizabethan mansions in England. Over the centuries Shaw House has welcomed royalty, seen action during the Civil War, housed soldiers during World War II and schooled generations of local children. The House is open to the public from February to September and offers a year round programme of events and family activities. Entry to the House and grounds is free but donations are most welcomed.
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  9. Maidenhead Heritage Centre
    Fly a Spitfire simulator at this local museum which covers local history from the Romans to Racing Cars!
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  10. Open for Art Festival, Bath
    Be amazed by modern Reading – from remarkable medieval heritage and beautiful Thames countryside to award-winning shopping centres, there’s a surprise around every corner.
  11. Stonor Study
    House built between 12th and 18thC with a 13thC chapel. Has connections with Catholicism and exhibition of the work and life of Edmund Campion, furniture, tapestries and paintings.
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  12. West Berkshire Museum is housed in two of Newbury’s best loved historic buildings - the 17th century Cloth Hall and the old Granary/Corn Stores in the Wharf. The permanent exhibition ‘Lives and Landscapes’ tells the story of West Berkshire. The second floor galleries host a series of special exhibitions so there is always something new to see along with a year round program of events and family activities.
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