Pheasant Inn Hotel

Address: 355 Reading Road, Winnersh, Berkshire, South East England, England, RG41 5LR, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 355 Reading Road, Winnersh, is near Nirvana Spa, Dinton Pastures Country Park, Silchester, and The Oracle.
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          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast

          TravelPod Member ReviewsPheasant Inn Hotel Winnersh

          Reviewed by maryandmarty

          Great place to recover from jet lag

          Reviewed Sep 13, 2012
          by (3 reviews) Fairfax, Virginia, United States , United States Flag of United States

          Pleasant room; excellent bed; fine sandwiches and chips.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Pheasant Inn Hotel Winnersh

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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          A travel blog entry by benjon on Jul 22, 2015

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          ... but Jon was careful not to eat any tarts in case the Queen wanted to chop his head off! Then we had a lovely lunch at the Shard at a restaurant called Aquashard. The food there was brilliant and we had amazing views of London from the 32nd floor. We had a great view of lots of the sights of the city including the Tower of London, the Tower Bridge and the London Eye. We then headed home for dinner and to get ready for our trip to ...

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          A travel blog entry by seeneytravels on Jun 25, 2015

          ... to sit down. We literally got on the bus and right around the corner was Westminster abbey and Big Ben clock tower so we got off again. Westminster abbey was something else. Truely remarkable with its architecture dating back to 1056. It's over 1000 years old. They have an audio handset that guides you through the abbey giving the history of the abbey. Steve was amazed with how they built ...

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          A travel blog entry by twovines on Oct 19, 2014

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          ... a brewery which was once the site of production of some famous tapestries made by Flemish weavers for Hampton Court Palace. There is also a church with a Tudor tower. It's said that the bells in this tower were pealed whenever Elizabeth I passed on the river. I am now at The Ship Inn, finishing post for the Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race with Chiswick Bridge in sight. Beyond, a small island and then lovely views across to Strand-on-the-Green. Once a cluster of small fisherman's ...

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          A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 02, 2014

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          ... had several restaurants and cafés, shops, an I site and a small duty free shopping centre. After a hot chocolate it was 2am and Nic and I found a quiet corner of carpet to lie down on and sleep. At about 3, we had arrived in mainland Europe, managed (just) to avoid being stampeded down the stairs and got into our bus. Aboard the bus the lights dimmed and we got some ...

          A great end to an incredible trip

          A travel blog entry by srwinterburn on Jul 14, 2014

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          This week started off with a trip to the fascinating Alcatraz Island. Katie had got us tickets in advance so once we had been for breakfast at Dotties - what we were told to be THE place for breakfast in San Francisco, and I think we would agree - we got ourselves over to Pier 33 to get the ferry. The prison was so interesting with such a range of information. You were able to go around and see everything, as well as reading real life stories about ...