The picturesque Bracknell Forest is an ideal place to visit come rain or shine, with rivers running through the centre of the town and various wildlife dominating the many designated Sites of Special Scientific Interest, including bird species such as the Woodlark, the Dartford Warbler, the Hobby and the Nightjar. Asides from the various wildlife governing this area, when you stay in one of our hotels in Bracknell, you’ll find yourself just a short distance from the city of London and town of Reading.

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Book one of our Bracknell hotels and enjoy all that this area has to offer, including a trip to one of the town’s many parks and landmarks. South Hill Park is one such attraction that is not to be missed, especially if you’re an outdoors enthusiast. Located just 11 minutes from our Bracknell hotel, you have no excuse not to enjoy its pleasing surroundings. Other nearby attractions include Westmorland Park, situated five minutes away from our Bracknell Central hotel, it is here you’ll find another vast space boasting miles upon miles of greenery. This eight-hectare site is also home to a variety of family-friendly recreational activities, as well as a large network of picturesque paths and play areas.

Things to do in Bracknell

With so much to see and do in this scenic town, putting together a plan of action prior to your stay is highly recommended. When you choose to stay in one of our hotels in Bracknell you’ll find yourself on the doorstep to an array of the area’s top tourist spots, including Bracknell Ski Slope and Ice Rink, a great place for a family day of fun, home to both adult and junior skiing facilities. Lily Hill Park is also close by and is the perfect destination for those looking to embark on a relaxing escape when the sun is shining.