Cheap Hotels in Bracknell
The Hilton Bracknell hotel is a convenient 30-minute drive from Heathrow Airport and just five minutes from the M3 motorway. Enjoy a refreshing stay at this Bracknell hotel before heading off for business or exploring the best cultural and family attractions the local area has to offer. Visit Windsor Castle or enjoy a day at the races at Ascot Racecourse. Entertain the family at LEGOLAND® Windsor or Thorpe Park.Enjoy a memorable dining experience in the contemporary Larder Restaurant and select from a choice of tempting English dishes. Sample British gastro-style cuisine from the seasonal menu and choose from a range of tempting weekly and daily specials. Unwind with your favorite drink in the welcoming hotel bar and enjoy a choice of snacks and light meals.The Hilton Bracknell hotel offers accommodation to suit all guests’ needs. Choose from spacious guest and family rooms or upgrade to a deluxe room with Queen sized bed. Relax and rejuvenate in the LivingWell health club and experience beauty treatments at Revitalise Spa. Keep up your exercise routine in the fully equipped fitness center and indoor pool before relaxing in the sauna. Stay entertained in Planet H, this Bracknell hotel’s interactive games room. Business is made easy at the Hilton Bracknell hotel. Hold meetings with colleagues in one of 12 meeting rooms accommodating up to 250 guests. Stay connected in the onsite business center featuring a range of contemporary business amenities.
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Premier Inn Bracknell (Twin Bridges) Hotel
Ideally located for a family stay whilst visiting Legoland which has something for everyone, if travelling in a group, coach parties are welcome. Our Bracknell (Twin Bridges) Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room, free parking and an onsite Beefeater restaurant serving freshly cooked chargrilled food.
Hotels in Bracknell
Bracknell is a large town just to the west of London in Berkshire, southern England. A visit holds in store a great many fun activities, in town as well as the surrounding countryside. Due to its close proximity to London and places like Windsor, it is also an excellent and inexpensive base from which to explore the wider area.
Go Ape at Bracknell
Now you wouldn't usually associate a London commuter town with top outdoor activity centres, but Bracknell is a not your average commuter town. Go Ape at Bracknell, the UK's No.1 forest adventure centre, is just outside the town within the luscious environs of Swinley Forest. The kids, and you if you're feeling up to it, will love the tree-to-tree zip-wires and Tarzan Swings. Gentler fun can be had on the Forest Segways that allow you to tackle the forest trails in style.
Also in Swinley Forest is the excellent Look Out Discovery Centre, located within a protected wildlife area. During the summer it can get very busy here but it is a lovely place to rent a bike, find a secluded spot and settle down for a lovely picnic. For pre-history buffs, there is also an archaeological dig site at Caesars Camp that is well worth a visit.
At dusk, climb the Observation Tower, from where you can see many of the protected bird species in the forest coming home to roost. If you stay long enough, you will see the sky fill with the darting silhouettes of the many bats that also call Swinley home. All in all, the forest provides an excellent day out for the whole family.
Once you've greeted the bats before their breakfast, go and enjoy some grub of your own. The menu will be slightly different, but a satisfied stomach the same result. Bracknell has a large south-Asian population and there are a couple of excellent curry houses in the centre of town to sate your spicy tooth.
The Taj Mahal, right in the middle of town, is one of the best and has a loyal local following, while Shahi offers excellent Nepalese cuisine at very reasonable prices. If you're after something a bit more traditional, or just a cooling drink after your vindaloo, there are also some great pubs in Bracknell.
Peacock Farm is on the outskirts of town and has quality food and drink, as well as a lovely cosy atmosphere. The Boot, closer to the town centre, is a great local pub with oodles of old English charm and a charming little garden. Most weekends they also have a DJ and sometimes even karaoke, for all you amateur crooners.
Windsor and beyond
The royal town of Windsor is just ten miles from Bracknell and a lovely place for a day trip. Experience the regal surroundings of Windsor Castle on one of its excellent tours. After a walk through the halls, make sure you check out Windsor Great Park, possibly the grandest park in the whole country.
If you're lucky you might even catch a glimpse of one of the park's more permanent residents, its elegant deer and stag population. And, of course, kids will go wild if you even mention the words, Legoland Resort which is located in the town as well.
A Bracknell hotel is also the perfect base from which to explore London and all the capital city has to offer. There are great road and rail links that will have you in the city centre in less than an hour. However, you may find you are having so much fun in Bracknell that there is no time to visit anywhere else.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Bracknell
What are the best hotels to stay in Bracknell?Fines Bayliwick Hotel, Grange Bracknell and The Coppid Beech Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Bracknell.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Bracknell?The cheapest price for a double room in Bracknell is £46, offered by Hilton Bracknell.
What hotels are in the central Bracknell neighborhood?One of the best hotels near the center of Bracknell is Elizabeth House Hotel.
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