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Narrow Boat Hire from Aldermaston

Marina Address:

Padworth, Reading. Berkshire RG7 4JS

Marina Directions:

Road: Leave the M4 at junction 12 and at the roundabout take the first exit onto the A4, Bath Road.At the next roundabout take the second exit following A4, Bath Road.Again at the next roundabout take the second exit following A4, Bath Road.At the next roundabout take the second exit following A340, Basingstoke Road.Take a left turn on Wharfside and the marina office is straight ahead.

Rail: The nearest railway station is Aldermaston which is 300 metres away. For more information about train timetables and ticket costs please go to www.thetrainline.com

Air: London Heathrow airport is 40 miles away (45 minutes by car), and Gatwick, Luton and Stansted airports are all linked to Reading by motorway and bus services

Things to do

Windsor Castle - An official residence of HM The Queen Windsor Castle is the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world. Visit the State Apartments and marvel at the vast amount of treasures from the Royal collection. Take a guided tour which gives you a chance to take a glance at life at this magnificent castle.

Reading - For a shoppers paradise visit The Oracle which is situated in the heart of the town centre which combines chic boutiques with major department stores. For a vast choice of dining experiences visit one of the many Riverside restaurants, cafes and bars which stretch along banks of the River Kennet.

Oxford - Visit the City of Dreaming Spires and marvel at the unique blend of traditional and modern culture. As well as the beauty of the city's world famous colleges Oxford offers a host of tourist attractions and a vast selection of restaurants and pubs which give this historic city a vibrant and cosmopolitan feel.

The Roman Baths - Built by the Romans as a magnificent temple and bathing complex visit this World Heritage Site and meet the Roman costumed characters. Walk in their footsteps and hear the stories from the people who lived and worked there 2,000 years ago.