Manor House Hotel
The Manor House, Church Road, Aldermaston Park, Reading, RG7 4HX
The Manor House Hotel, built in 1849, is set in 137 acres of breathtaking Berkshire countryside. The village and estate once belonged to King Harold and were part of the Royal Forest of Windsor, and the house itself is believed to date from 1100. This archetypal English country dwelling features a plethora of striking characteristics that clearly illustrate its exciting history. There are 34 individually appointed, en-suite rooms for your overnight pleasure, all faithfully decorated in a manner that befits a home of such stateliness and character. And all the requisite facilities - leisure, conference, and wedding - are accounted for. The food, of course, is fit for a king: think Parma ham served on Frenchdressed leaf with baby gherkins and marinated artichokes; and pan-fried, lime-marinated salmon on stir-fried vegetables. Desserts are to die for and the wine selection will impress the connoisseur. The Manor House is what you want when all you want is only the best.