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Welcome to The Crown at Playhatch

Address: Playhatch, Reading, RG4 9QN

Hotel Description

The Crown is a 17th Century country inn with an excellent restaurant close to Reading and Henley on Thames. Set within the grounds of a charming 17th Century Inn, the well appointed contemporary rooms offer a relaxing and peaceful nights sleep with the added advantage of an excellent renowned restaurant and bar just a few steps away.

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College of Estate Management - University

College of Estate Management - University

Distance 1.64 miles (2.63 km)
CEM is the leading provider of supported distance learning for real estate and construction professionals. We have been playing a key role in the property world for 90 years. At any one time we have over 4,000 students from more than 80 countries benefiting from our courses – all taught by tutors with extensive industry experience.
We cover almost every property-related topic at diploma, degree and postgraduate level, as well as providing professional development courses and tailor-made corporate training solutions. Our active research programme contributes to knowledge across the profession, benefiting businesses, practitioners and policymakers alike.

Sonning Golf Club - Reading - Golf

Sonning Golf Club - Reading - Golf

Distance 1.89 miles (3.03 km)
Sonning Golf Club is situated in the heart of the beautiful countryside of Berkshire and its picturesque tree lined fairways will be fondly remembered by all who play here. The Golf Course was designed & opened for play in 1911 by J.H. Taylor. He of course was from the famous triumvirate of ‘The Open’ Winners - Braid, Taylor & Vardon. Also famously Max Faulkner was an Assistant Professional at Sonning and won ‘The Open’ in 1951 at Royal Portrush with a score of 285. Peter Alliss has previously described the 6th hole at Sonning, as “one of the best holes in the South of England”.

Reading Railway Station - Railway Station

Reading Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 2.16 miles (3.45 km)
Reading (formerly Reading General) is a railway station in the large town of Reading in south central England. It is situated on the northern edge of the town centre, some 5 minutes' walk from the main retail and commercial areas, and close to the River Thames. Adjacent to the railway station is a bus interchange, served by most of Reading's urban and rural bus services. Reading is a major junction point on the National Rail system, and as a consequence the railway station is a major transfer point as well as serving heavy originating and terminating traffic. The main rail route served by the station is the Great Western Main Line, which runs west from London's Paddington station before splitting to the west of Reading station into two lines, one serving the West Country, and the other Bristol, Bath and South Wales.

The University Tutorial College - University

The University Tutorial College - University

Distance 2.24 miles (3.58 km)
The University Tutorial College is located in Reading, Berkshire. The College offers British professional qualifications for academic, professional, vocational and language courses in Accountancy, Business Studies and Marketing, Computing, Travel and Tourism, and English as a Foreign Language. The College is accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC) and is on the Department for Education and Skills register of tuition providers.

Reading Centre - Town Centre

Reading Centre - Town Centre

Distance 2.52 miles (4.04 km)
Reading is the county town of Royal Berkshire, situated in beautiful countryside in the heart of the Thames Valley, with the Rivers Kennet and Thames running through the town. Approximately half way between London and Oxford, Reading is a vibrant University town, with an interesting history and plenty of modern facilities. Of architectural interest are its ruined Abbey, three medieval Churches, Georgian buildings in London Street, a gothic Town Hall, splendid old coaching inns, new hi-tech offices and shopping centres.