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River Thames

our location

Pangbourne itself rests on the banks of the River Thames, and Pangbourne Meadow is a great walk next to the river with stunning views of the wooded Chiltern Hills, great for a picnic in the summer (we can organise that for you).

Reading is only four miles from the hotel, with Pangbourne Train Station within walking distance, and London is just 40 minutes away by train.

Racing at Ascot & Windsor

ascot, newbury & windsor racing

Ascot Racecourse is only a 30 minute drive away. Ascot is a national institution, steeped in history and an integral part of the British social calendar.

Newbury and Windsor races are also within easy travelling distance.



Windsor Castle

windsor castle

The famous Windsor Castle, just 35 minutes away, is the largest occupied castle in the world. It houses treasure from the royal collection including paintings by Holbein, Rubens, Van Dyck and Lawrence.

beale park

Beale Park is a fantastic place to visit; with fun, adventure, animals, gardens, play and activites on the banks of the picturesque River Thames.

A great day out for all ages near Pangbourne in Berkshire.

basildon park

This National Trust House, featured in the 2005 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, is a Palladian mansion with a collection of fine art, furniture and textiles, with grounds overlooking the Thames.


Henley, best known for its annual Royal Regatta, is a little further down the River Thames and is overlooked by a beautiful Chiltern wooded landscape. 


mapledurham house & watermill

Mapledurham House is the historic home of the Blount family and a superb Elizabethan mansion. The house contains a wealth of history and the watermill is the last remaining watermill on the River Thames and still grinds flour for sale in the gift shop.

national trails

Reading is a natural starting point for both the Thames Path and Ridgeway National Trails. The Thames Path stretches 184 miles from the Cotswolds to Greenwich and offers fantastic picturesque walks around Reading.

The Ridgeway is an ancient bridle way, offering challenging walks from Streatley.

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