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Rentals can be filtered based on your personal preferences. Just above, you will find the total number of lettings that include a particular feature in Reading. Most of the holiday rentals in Reading offer internet or TVs, which makes it a fantastic destination if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time. It is also possible to search for an accommodation if you want a rental with a jacuzzi, as 18 of the rentals there include jacuzzis.
Reading is located 40km west of London and is a great holiday destination for those who want to enjoy a slice of English heritage and culture, but who want some quiet time to relax too. Home to several museums, as well as historical attractions, Reading is ideal for visitors of all ages.
Visitors who prefer their holidays to take place at a more gentle pace will enjoy the many other cultural attractions in Reading. The Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology, based within Reading University, holds an important collection of Greek antiquities, while Reading Museum tells visitors about the more recent history of the town itself through artefacts and works of art. Basildon Park is a beautiful 18th century mansion which has been decorated as a 1950s home to show holidaymakers what life was like for the average family in the middle of the last century.
Kids of all ages will enjoy the Museum of Berkshire Aviation which houses aircrafts from years gone by, many of which are currently under restoration in view of the visiting public. If older children, or even the whole family, want to try something a little more extreme, you should head for Dinton Activity Centre on Black Swan Lake. Here you can try watersports including kayaking, paddleboarding and windsurfing, and lessons are available for first-timers.
For one weekend every summer, the quiet town of Reading becomes the site of one of the UK's largest music festivals. The Reading Festival, which is usually held on the weekend of the August Bank Holiday, is the world's oldest musical festival which is still taking place, and over the decades has hosted some of the biggest names in pop and rock. These days, acts perform on several stages including a comedy stage and the dance tent, and most festival attendees stay at the on-site campsite.
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