1. Hampton Court Palace
  2. Rowing along the River Thames at Marlow
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Thames

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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. Caversham Princess, Thames Rivercruise on the thames near Reading
    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.
  3. Windsor Castle - Royal Collection Trust / © His Majesty King Charles III 2022
    Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world, the family home of 39 British kings and queens for almost 1,000 years.
    1. Donnington Grove Hotel
      Hotel, wedding venue and golf course in Newbury, Berkshire. Donnington Grove Hotel is a stunning country house hotel nestled in the tranquil countryside near Newbury. Set in 500 acres of gorgeous countryside, the hotel boasts unrivalled views of Donnington Castle, the beautiful River Lambourn and all the wildlife it calls home.
      1. Mountain Biking
        Hire a bike and explore Swinley Forest on the green , blue and red trails fit for all the family.
        1. Thames Rivercruise Ltd.
          Thames Rivercruise is a family business based at the heart of the Upper Thames and cruise through some of the most stunning reaches of the Thames from Henley and Sonning up to Goring and Streatley.
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        2. The Abbey ruins and Reading Gaol
          You can also see the mill arch over the Holy Brook. This is the only remaining part of what was once the mill for Reading Abbey. The mill was in use until the twentieth century!
          1. Henley on Thames
            South Oxfordshire is an area full of natural beauty, picturesque villages, shops to browse and places to stay and to eat.
          2. The newest addition to Reading's expansive festival lineup, the Reading on Thames festival returns for its third year to celebrate Reading's stunning waterways over 4 days filled with walks, theatrical performances, waterway light displays, food and drink stalls, children's activities, river writing, talks, exhibitions dedicated to Reading's waterway history and much more.
            1. The Rose of Hungerford
              “The Rose of Hungerford” is a purpose built 55 feet long wide-beamed passenger trip boat owned by the Kennet and Avon Canal Trust and has a maximum capacity of 50 passengers which is available for public trips and charters.
              1. Teashop by the Canal, Reading
                Come & join us at our warm and friendly teashop, The Teashop By The Canal. We provide a lovely selection of savoury treats and delicious homemade cakes. We cater for Gluten Free, Dairy Free, and Vegetarian & Vegans.
                1. Rowing Gallery in the River & Rowing Museum, Henley on Thames
                  The River & Rowing Museum is situated in the picturesque town of Henley on Thames and located on the banks of the river. It explores the River Thames, the international sport of rowing and the town of Henley. A calendar of events, exhibitions and workshops ensures there is always something to see and do.
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