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The Boat House Surgery
"Although I belong to the so-called epedemic in Pangbourne (working-class scum) I have nothing but praise for the staff and the doctors of Boat House Surgery. I am really amazed that ..." More

The Elephant
"The decor and ambience of the Elephant is excellent and welcoming. The service given by the bar staff was second to none. The food in the main restaurant was to ..." More

The Boat House Surgery
"My wife required to see her Dr. We noticed that at 10:45 A.M. the surgery waiting room was over half full. At this time in the past this would have seemed ..." More

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Pangbourne is a village on the River Thames and Pang, dating back to Saxon Times, Lord Nelsons BoíSun lived in Pangbourne and is buried at St James the Less church, built in 1660, Inside the beauty of the stained glass window wonít fail to impress. The individual shops are full of character and will lighten any purse, or perhaps enjoy the surrounding area which is ideal for walkers, photographers and artists alike whether itís in the countryside or along the tow path, the scenery will do justice to any masterpiece. Beale Wildlife Gardens will ensure a pleasurable day, whether enjoying the steam train or a River Cruise, or maybe a visit to the enchanting Deer Park. For the younger ones there is always Little Tikes Village with sand pit and play houses add together stunning gardens and small animals what more could possibly be asked for, perhaps Basildon Park, an exquisite 18th Century Mansion with bewitching parkland overlooking the Thames, the opulent interior parades itís many treasures such as a stunning four poster bed, an octagonal dining room and majestic stair case, and was used in the filming of ĎPride and PrejudiceĎ, unfortunately Mr DíArcy is nowhere to be seen.


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Places to Stay near Pangbourne

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The George Hotel (0.08 miles)

The George Hotel
The George Hotel is a traditional coaching inn dating back to the 17th century, full of olde English charm and character. It is situated in the beautiful Thames-side village of Pangbourne, Berkshire & and ... More | visit website
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The Elephant (0.11 miles)

The Elephant
The Elephant Hotel, set in the bustling village of Pangbourne, beside the River Thames, minutes from the vibrant city of Reading, offers a return to the opulence of the Empire. Beautiful handcrafted Indian furniture, rich ... More | visit website
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Weir View House (0.15 miles)

Weir View House

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Weir View House overlooks the River Thames and is situated in the picturesque village of Pangbourne, Berkshire. Just 15 minutes from Reading, 45 minutes from ... More

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African Queen Hotel Boat (2.23 miles)

African Queen Hotel Boat

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Having battled the Irish Sea to come to rest upon the Thames, just outside Reading, this spectacular boat hotel is set in an area ... More

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Pincents Manor Hotel (2.91 miles)

Pincents Manor Hotel

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Pincents Manor Hotel stands in beautiful, peaceful grounds west of Reading, and has good access to the M4. There is ample free parking and free Wi-Fi internet. The hotel has good food, ... More

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The Miller of Mansfield (3.40 miles)

The Miller of Mansfield

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The Miller of Mansfield has now reopened following a programme of comprehensive refurbishment to create a luxurious Restaurant, Bar and Boutique Hotel. Our restaurant and bar serve modern European cuisine ... More | visit website

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Calcot Hotel (3.44 miles)

Calcot Hotel

The perfect location for visiting Reading and the Thames Valley. Just a 2 minute drive from from Junction 12 of the M4 motorway with ample free parking. Comfortable, well appointed bedrooms with complimentary Wi-Fi.
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Bull At Streatley (3.57 miles)

Bull At Streatley

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The Bull at Streatley provides a warm welcome for visitors to this attractive village alongside the River Thames on the Main route between Reading and Oxford. This historic hostelry dates ... More

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The Swan at Streatley (3.61 miles)

The Swan at Streatley

And this to all is my advice, Put plainly and concretely,
If youre in search of all thats nice, Go to The Swan at Streatley

H.D. Ellis, August 1901

The Swan at Streatley Hotel is situated on the ... More | visit website

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Crystal Guest House (3.68 miles)

Crystal Guest House

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Crystal Guest House is stylish, bright and contemporary furnished to the highest standards, offering an environment as close to home as possible. The design and layout is to provide our ... More

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