Being one of the oldest counties in England, Berkshire boasts no shortage of historical monuments to spot during tours. As well as Windsor Castle, Berkshire has the Grade I listed Bisham Abbey Manor House, the ruined remains of medieval Donnington Castle, and, of course, prestigious public school Eton College.
You are bound to need regular bites to eat during holidays to Berkshire, however - and thankfully, the large towns of Reading and Slough have plenty of cafes and restaurants. Traditional pub The Pot Kiln, in Frilsham, seafood restaurant The Crab at Chieveley, in Newbury, and Heston Blumenthal's award-winning The Fat Duck, in Bray, are also recommended. As the sun sets, these eateries can provide quiet eating and drinking environments for families, while younger holidayers can enjoy the many more bustling bars and nightclubs scattered throughout Reading and Slough.
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