Are you travelling to Reading on business? Or maybe you are heading there on a mini break to visit friends or family? Whatever your reason for staying at the Best Western Calcot Hotel, you are guaranteed a comfortable place to lay your head, let the Calcot Hotel be your home away from home during your trip.
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Best Western Calcot Hotel has been a popular Reading hotel and entertainment venue for many years. Originally built around the turn of the 19th century as a tea house, it offers 80 bedrooms some with their own individual shape and space.
Located just off the M4 motorway, 0.6m, on the outskirts of Reading, Best Western Calcot Hotel is the perfect location.
Situated close to two golf courses, the Madejski Stadium, Beale Park, The Oracle Shopping Centre, Nirvana Spa and the Hexagon Theatre, Best Western Calcot Hotel offers a central location to explore local attractions.
For our business guests, we offer 2 great conference and event rooms to accommodate up to 180 guests. The professional space, ample free parking, and central location make it one of Reading’s most convenient conference venues.
The hotel is ideally situated for access to London Heathrow Airport, 40 mins, Reading Station, 15 mins, with direct links, 28 minutes, to London Paddington Station running every 30 minutes.
9 mile(s) from The Living Rainforest, The famous setting for the Amazon rainforest
2 mile(s) from Reading FC-London Irish®, Home of 'The Royals' and rugby's London Irish®
4 mile(s) from Museum of Reading, Galleries describing the history of Reading and its related industries, a gallery of artifacts discovered during the excavations of Calleva Atrebatum, a copy of the Bayeux Tapestry and an art collection.
5 mile(s) from Museum of Rural Life, Dedicated to recording the changing face of farming and the countryside in England, it houses the most comprehensive national collection relating to the history of food, farming and the countryside.
8 mile(s) from Basildon Park, A Georgian mansion surrounded by parkland, was lovingly rescued by Lord and Lady Iliffe in the mid 1950s. The house you see today is a re-creation and restoration of the 18th-century mansion.
9 mile(s) from Cole Museum of Zoology, Established in the early 20th century by Francis J. Cole, Professor of Zoology from 1907 to 1939. The museum contains some 3500 specimens of which about 400 are on display at any one time.
10 mile(s) from REME Museum of Technology, Collections of technological artefacts associated with the corps of the British Army responsible for the maintenance, servicing and inspection of electrical and mechanical equipment.
23 mile(s) from Highclere Castle, Home of the Earl and Countess of Carnarvon, it is the fictional house in the world famous TV series Downton Abbey. Apart from exploring the Castle, the Egyptian Exhibition also fascinates adults and children.
26 mile(s) from Windsor Castle, The oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and the Official Residence of Her Majesty The Queen. Its rich history spans almost 1000 years.
27 mile(s) from Legoland - Windsor, A child-oriented theme park and resort themed around the Lego toy system. The park opened in 1996 on the former Windsor Safari Park site as the second Legoland after Legoland Billund in Denmark.
Hotel Bar, on premises, Bar/Lounge, International, Open for: lunch, dinner, 10am-12midnight
Wyborn, on premises, Full Service, International, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, English/International.
3 mile(s) from University of West London, The specialist education Berkshire Institute of Health at Fountain House in Reading town centre, enables the University to deliver its nursing and midwifery programmes across the region in partnership with the NHS.
5 mile(s) from University of Reading, Ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world, it enjoys a world-class reputation for teaching, research and enterprise. Established in 1892, received its Royal Charter in 1926, and developed into a leading force in British higher education.
4 mile(s) from Reading
11 mile(s) from Thatcham
13 mile(s) from Newbury
16 mile(s) from Bracknell
6 mile(s) from The Oracle, the center contains 90 shops, including department stores from the Debenhams and House of Fraser chains. There are also 22 restaurants, cafes and bars along the riverside of the Kennet, and an 11-screen Vue cinema.
6 mile(s) from Broad Street - Reading, the main pedestrianized thoroughfare and primary high street in Reading. John Lewis is the largest store and there are also branches of chain stores including Bhs, Boots, H&M, Marks and Spencers, Next, Sainsbury's, Waterstones and W H Smith.
16 mile(s) from The Kennet Centre, some 50 shops in a varied retail mix of fashion for all ages, an abundance of home ware, great places to eat out and the latest 7 screen cinema from Vue.
20 mile(s) from Festival Place, with over 160 shops, over 20 restaurants, cafes, bars, a multi-screen cinema, sports center and the discovery center there are loads of places at Festival Place to enjoy both day and night.
48 mile(s) from Bicester Outlet Village, a relaxed shopping haven in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, where spacious boutiques showcase the world's leading fashion and lifestyle brands, normally only found in the most exclusive shopping streets, and all offering fabulous savings.