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About Wokingham Railway Station

Wokingham Railway Station is the main train station serving the market town of Wokingham, Berkshire. It was opened in 1849, during the development of the line between Reading and Redhill. The station went under extensive redevelopment in 2012 and 2013, introducing a new station building and footbridge.

Discover the North Wessex Downs

Full of rolling, sloping downland, ancient forest, and rugged chalk streams, the North Wessex Downs is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and one of the best places in the Reading area to relax with a day of rural activities. Walkers, cyclists, and horse-riders will find ample paths like The Ridgeway carving through the country, and little dashes of historic interest such as the stone circle of the Avebury World Heritage Site. Along the way, you'll come across many picturesque towns and villages to unwind in and immerse yourself in the local culture.

Visit Ashdown House

Ashdown House is an intriguing example of Dutch architecture nestled in the rolling hills of the Berkshire Downs, surrounded by wild and ancient woodland. It was built by an English Earl in the 1600s for the queen of Bohemia, Elizabeth. Since then it's been lovingly preserved by a series of private owners, and is now a delightful public attraction managed by The National Trust.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Wokingham Railway Station? Travelodge Bracknell Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Winnersh Triangle Hotel.