Winchester, Hampshire

Vire of Winchester Cathedral

This affluent cathedral city lies in the heart of the South Downs national park, offering comfortable modern day living with an escape to the country only minutes away. The river Itchen runs through the city, offering relaxing riverside walks. […]

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Sunningdale, Sunninghill & Ascot

View of a Horse-drawn carriage containing the Queen and Prince Philip

This prestigious corner of Berkshire attracts discerning visitors and residents from across the world with its PGA Wentworth golf course, racecourse and elite polo clubs. Aside from events the towns of Sunningdale and Ascot, with the pretty village of Sunninghill nestled in-between, have an impressive choice of restaurants, shops and historic parkland popular with locals […]

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Windsor & Eton, Berkshire

Close up of Windsor Castle with a Union Jack

Royal Windsor is close to London yet it has a completely different feel.  Home to Windsor Castle, a historic town, park, river, restaurants, bars and shops all within a 15 minute walk of each other, it’s a ‘bite-size’ destination ideal for a day or weekend trip. Oozing history and character, Windsor is loved by tourists and […]

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Newbury, Berkshire

Outside of Newbury Corn Exchange

The attractive market town of Newbury has much to offer beyond castles and stately homes. It’s now recognised as having the highest digital density in the UK* – in addition to Vodafone’s global HQ, a significant number of start-ups are now basing themselves there. […]

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Pangbourne, Reading

It’s no wonder Pangbourne is a hot spot for commuters, it hits all the key notes with great restaurants, schools, independent shops and a mainline train station. All this is wrapped up in a beautiful riverside setting. The village centre is lined with pretty historic buildings and surrounded by countryside, with Reading only 6 miles away. […]

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Shinfield, Reading

Shinfield is a sought after village on the outskirts of Reading. Home to L’Ortolan, the beautiful Grade II Michelin starred restaurant and within 3 miles of Green Park business park, Royal Berkshire Hospital and Reading University, Shinfield is popular with executives working in Reading, Basingstoke and along the M4 corridor. […]

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Kingsclere, Newbury

Kingsclere epitomises English village life, with a pretty Georgian high street featuring a butcher, cafe, restaurants and country pubs. Watership Down was written in and about Kingsclere and the countryside surrounding the village remains unspoilt with beautiful views and walks. […]

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Wallingford, Oxfordshire

River Thames in Wallingford with boats

Wallingford is a picturesque market town in South Oxfordshire, situated by the river Thames and close to the Ridgeway, the ancient trackway popular with walkers. The town and surrounding villages offer a range of activities and facilities for all ages. […]

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Reading, Berkshire

Reading Town Hall and statue of Queen Victoria

The Thames-side town of Reading has evolved over the centuries into the largest town in Berkshire and a key commercial and transport hub for the South East. With a huge range of shops and restaurants, Reading serves residents from across the Thames Valley with a vibrant, varied social and retail scene. […]

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Wantage, Oxfordshire

Shops in Wantage High Street

Wantage is an attractive market town in the Vale of White Horse in South Oxfordshire. In addition to serving as a social and shopping hub for the surrounding villages, Wantage has a strong creative presence, hosting several art and culture events through the year. […]

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Riseley, Reading

Entrance to Wellington Country Park

Riseley is a popular village on the outskirts of Reading near the Berkshire/Hampshire border. Surrounded by stunning countryside, the village is served by a park, playground, football field and tennis club along with a community pub and Doctor’s office. […]

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