Best holiday rental deals in Berkshire
2,172 great properties from 30 different holiday letting websites, such as Booking.com or Expedia, are available in Berkshire. By directly analysing these different offers, HomeToGo highlights the lowest prices as well as the most popular rentals in Berkshire.
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The Weather in Berkshire
Check out the climate diagram for Berkshire. July is the warmest month in Berkshire, with average daily maximum temperatures of 23°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 1° in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Holiday lettings in Berkshire provide country life near the big smoke
Although located just to the west of London, the country of Berkshire is predominantly rural. Here you can expect to find pretty country cottages in quiet villages, and larger modern properties for families and groups. Berkshire has a lot to offer visitors, especially those who are fond of aristocratic heritage.
Berkshire - a rising hub of delicious gastronomy
Berkshire is home to some beautiful country pubs, where a warm welcome and homecooked food is the standard fare. The small Berkshire town of Bray is a particularly fine dining hotspot, with two out of the UK's three Michelin starred restaurants.These are the Waterside Inn, lead by chef Alain Roux, and Heston Blumenthal's pub The Hind's Head.
Entertaining the children in Berkshire
On of the most popular attractions for children in the area, is Legoland, which is located near Windsor. This fun park offers adventure rides and large-scale lego-building opportunities, allowing children to practise their creative skills but also let off some steam.
Alternatively, bring your children to The Living Rainforest in Hampstead Norreys. These amazing hothouses are home to more than 700 species of animals and plants, including Goeldi's monkeys, armadillos and two-toed sloths. You can also help your children spot the butterflies and orchids in these luscious tropical gardens.
Things to do in and around Berkshire
For a stunning example of 19th c. Georgian architecture, visit Windsor Castle, the world's biggest inhabited castle and one of the British Royal Family's main residences. The castle is surrounded by the elegant Windsor Great Park, which includes 5000 acres of woods, parkland, paths and gardens to enjoy.
One of Berkshire's other great estates is Highclere Castle near Newbury, which is familiar to millions as the backdrop to the television series Downton Abbey. And don't forget to visit central London's iconic sights which are only 40 min away by train from Reading station.
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