Bracknell Bed & Breakfast

South Hill Park Arts Centre, Bracknell

Bracknell is a town in the county of Berkshire, England, which is surrounded by beautiful countryside including Swinley Woods and Crowthorne Woods. Originally a small town/village, Bracknell was, in 1949, designated a new town and subsequently grew considerably with new housing for some 25,000 people. Oscar Wilde, together with his wife, visited the town often and even based a character on the town's name (Lady Bracknell). Today there is much to keep the visitor occupied including many fascinating old buildings, including the wonderful South Hill Park (pictured above) which houses an arts centre.

Below is a selection of accommodation in Bracknell, if you wish to stay elsewhere there is a list of nearby towns below together with a custom search box.

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Bracknell Hotels : Dial House Hotel Dial House Hotel, Bracknell
62 Dukes Ride, Bracknell, RG45 6DL
StarStarStar 3 star

Rooms from: £60.00*
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Bracknell Hotels : Grange Bracknell Grange Bracknell, Bracknell
Charles Square, Bracknell, RG12 1DF
StarStarStar 3 star

Rooms from: £71.00*
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Bracknell Hotels : Stirrups Country House Stirrups Country House, Bracknell
Maidens Green, Bracknell, RG42 6LD
StarStarStar 3 star

Rooms from: £75.00*
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Bracknell Hotels : Palm Hills Palm Hills, Bracknell
London Road, Bracknell, RG12 9FR
StarStarStarStar 4 star

Rooms from: £85.00*
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Below you will find links to some of the other main towns, in the Berkshire, for which we have bed and breakfast accommodation listings.

Other Towns & Cities in Berkshire

Popular Vacation Destinations in Berkshire
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Bracknell

Hungerford

Maidenhead

Newbury
Reading

Slough

Windsor

Wokingham

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