Berkshire lies nested between several counties; Hampshire, Surrey, Wiltshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. Immerse yourself in history as you explore the majestic Windsor Castle, the oldest inhabited castle in the world and an iconic symbol of British heritage. Discover the charm of the quaint villages and market towns, such as Cookham and Bray, where time seems to stand still. Nature enthusiasts will be captivated by the sprawling beauty of the Berkshire countryside. Indulge in culinary delights at Michelin-starred restaurants or savour a traditional afternoon tea in a charming tea room. Set within tranquil countryside our holiday parks in Berkshire are the perfect place to relax and unwind from the hustle of modern life. With private hot tubs and pet-friendly accommodation, from cosy retreats for 2 to larger accommodation ideal for celebrating with family or friends.
If you like messing about on the water, then this is the county for you. Riverside villages such as Hurley, Streatley-on-Thames and Wraysbury, are quaint places for a picnic by the water or for mooching about the boutiques and markets here. South Hill Park in Bracknell is a great place for those interested in the arts. This 18th-century manor house hosts a whopping 300 shows, events and films every year, as well as providing a large range of courses and workshops.
One of the most iconic visitors attractions has to be Windsor Castle. With a history spanning over 1000 years, it is a great day out for any history buffs in your family. Surrounded by Windsor Great Park (spanning over 10.5 hectares) you can visit the State Apartments and St George's Chapel. With a self-guided tour you can take this at your pace, and either have a picnic on the grounds or grab a bite to eat at the cafe.