Chaddleworth B&B

Things To Do

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walking

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Being within 5 minutes  walking distance of two National Trails, The Thames Path and The Ridgeway, Chaddleworth is easily accessible by foot at the end of a day’s walking.  You can use us as a base to access a wide stretch of The Thames Path or The Ridgeway, either using the train to get to your next destination or we can organise transport by prior arrangement.

Alternatively there are many walks in the local area of differing lengths and abilities providing a wonderful ‘get away’ from the hustle and bustle of daily life.  Walking on the flat beside the Thames  or venturing into the hills for a little more exertion – all offering good views and lovely countryside, and can be as physically demanding as you want.   Goring and Streatley lie within three designated areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

 

the local villages

There are four pubs, five restaurants and two cafes within easy walking distance.  The village of Goring has interesting, individual shops and is a delightful area in which to spend a couple of  hours watching the boats on the river, having a coffee and letting the world pass you by.

 

events

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Throughout the year, there are many wonderful events in the local area. These are some of our favourites:

 

Newbury’s racecourse offers year round racing

Henley Royal Regatta, held in early July each year, is the best known rowing Regatta in the world, and a highlight of both the sporting and social calendars.

Goring and Streatley Regatta
Goring and Streatley Arts Festival
Royal County of Berkshire Show
Henley Literary Festival
Oxford Literary Festival
 

day trips

London, Oxford, Henley and Windsor are accessible by train.  Each can provide a wonderful day offering a diverse range of activities.

 

a few  other ideas

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There are many interesting things to do in the area.  This is just a small flavour , we have all the information here for you to look at and will happily point you in the right direction

 
Gardens to visit

A marvellous bluebell wood

Small boat hire on the Thames

Agatha Christie Trail

Midsummer Murders Trail