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Reading

Reading is a city and unitary authority in the county of Berkshire, in England, United Kingdom. Located at the confluence of the Thames and Kennet rivers, the city is halfway between London and Oxford, at Edge of the M4 motorway. The English pronunciation of this name is / ˈrɛdɪŋ / (in the notation of the International Phonetic Alphabet). Note the difference with the homologous verbal form reading ("reading"), whose pronunciation is / ˈri: dɪŋ /.
Reading is probably the most important business center in South East England, apart from Greater London. Most of the major companies in Britain have their headquarters in the city, which also hosts numerous multinationals. The ECMWF (European Center for Medium-Term Weather Forecast) is based here. It is also a university city with an important student community.
The city center is located near the confluences of the Thames and the Kennet River, reflecting the history of the city as a river port. Before the confluence, the Kennet extends through a narrow opening to form the river plain of the Thames. Reading is 64 kilometers west of central London and 40 kilometers southeast of Oxford.

Our selection of Apartments in Reading

PREMIER SUITES Reading

2-3Guests
1-2Bedrooms
1Bathroom
(279)

House of Fisher - City Wall House

2-4Guests
1-2Bedrooms
1-2Bathrooms
(107)

Swan Place - Comfortable Home

8Guests
3Bedrooms
3Bathrooms
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Tulip Apartment - The Heart of Reading Town Centre

4Guests
1Bedroom
1Bathroom
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Our selection of Hotels in Reading

The Market House

4.60 ★ (86)

ibis Reading Centre (new ibis rooms) ★★★

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Novotel Reading Centre ★★★★

4.30 ★ (1,708)

pentahotel Reading ★★★★

4.40 ★ (3,442)
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Reading Abbey

Reading Abbey was an abbey founded in 1121 in Reading by Henry I. of England. It originally belonged to the Benedictine order of Cluny, and by the mid-fourteenth century it had become one of the most important abbeys in the country. [ 2]
In 1125, Empress Matilda gave the abbey the relic by the hand of James the Elder.
After the dissolution of the monasteries ordered by King Henry VIII of England in 1539, the abbey would be destroyed by order of Edward Seymour, I Duke of Somerset, lord protector of Edward VI of England.
The ruins were opened to the public again in 2018 after carrying out conservation works.
The Reading prison, where Oscar Wilde was imprisoned for two years - after which he would write Ballad of the Reading prison - was built in 1844 on a plot adjacent to the ruins of the abbey.

Our selection of Apartments in Reading Abbey

Kennet House Superior Serviced Apartment by Ferndale

6Guests
2Bedrooms
2Bathrooms
(21)

Abbey House Central Reading

2-3Guests
1-2Bedrooms
0-1Bathroom
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Kings Road Aparthotel

2-6Guests
1-2Bedrooms
0-2Bathrooms
(103)

Stunning Large Reading Apartment - Free Parking

8Guests
3Bedrooms
2Bathrooms
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Our selection of Hotels in Reading Abbey

The Roseate Reading ★★★★★

4.30 ★ (498)

Bel and the Dragon-Reading

4.50 ★ (137)

Easyhotel Reading

3.90 ★ (609)

Thameside Hotel

4.00 ★ (60)
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Our selection of Apartments in Reading

Reading Green Park Village Serviced Apartments

6Guests
2Bedrooms
2Bathrooms
(43)

Select SA - Summit House

4Guests
1Bedroom
1Bathroom
(16)

Kings Reach Reading

4Guests
1Bedroom
1Bathroom
(5)

Reading West Apartments

4Guests
2Bedrooms
1Bathroom
(14)

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The New Inn ★★★★

4.60 ★ (131)

Holiday Inn Reading M4, Jct 10 ★★★★

4.50 ★ (1,038)

Crowne Plaza Reading ★★★★

4.30 ★ (1,533)

ibis Styles Reading Oxford Road ★★★

3.90 ★ (2,221)
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