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If you are looking for 2015 UK Golf Breaks in Berkshire, Find A Golf Break UK are currently offering Golf Packages in Berkshire at the De Vere Wokefield Park.
About De Vere Wokefield Park – Reading, Berkshire
Situated just outside the city, Wokefield Park is the most scenic golf club Reading has to offer. Tucked away in a peaceful and picturesque corner of the Berkshire countryside, it boasts a 6996-yard PGA Championship standard course with 18 uniquely designed holes.
Native, traditional fescue bent grass covers the 170-acre parkland where a host of challenging lakes and bunkers lie in wait to baffle and foil all comers to the Reading golf club.
How to get to De Vere Wokefield Park in Berkshire
Exit the M4 at Junction 11
Exit at Junction 11 and join the A33 towards Basingstoke. Once on A33 move across to the right hand lane and go through the first set of traffic lights. At second set of traffic lights turn right – signposted Grazeley & Mortimer. At roundabout turn left and follow brown signage for ½ mile where you will see a second brown sign at the junction of Mereoak Lane/Grazeley Road (PLEASE IGNORE SAT NAV INSTRUCTIONS IF ADVISES TO TURN RIGHT INTO GRAZELEY ROAD) and continue along Mereoak Lane (goes into Bloomfieldhatch Lane) for a further 1.4 miles until you approach a sharp right hand bend over a railway bridge. Carry on along this road for a further 300 metres and the entrance to Wokefield Park can be seen on the right hand side.
Exit the M3 at Junction 5
Follow signs for Hook and Reading onto the A30. At next roundabout take B3349 for Reading. Continue following signs for Reading. Join A33. Before you get to the M4 roundabout you will see a set of traffic lights. Turn left at lights signposted Grazeley & Mortimer and at roundabout turn left again and follow brown signage for ½ mile where you will see a second brown sign at the junction of Mereoak Lane/Grazeley Road (PLEASE IGNORE SAT NAV INSTRUCTIONS IF ADVISES TO TURN RIGHT INTO GRAZELEY ROAD) and continue along Mereoak Lane (goes into Bloomfieldhatch Lane) for a further 1.4 miles until you approach a sharp right hand bend over a railway bridge. Carry on along this road for a further 300 metres and the entrance to Wokefield Park can be seen on the right hand side.
De Vere Wokefield Park Rooms in the Mansion House
Luxury suites, Junior suites and Premium rooms, each with unique features, all have sumptuous en-suite bathrooms that combine the elegance you would expect from such an historic setting with little luxuries such as plush velvet fabrics, free-standing baths, a power shower and the latest in digital entertainment.
De Vere Wokefield Park Facilities
• 7000 yards from the back tees
• 9 Lakes
• Driving Range
• Short Game Area
De Vere Wokefield Park dining
Fanatical about food at De Vere Venues Wokefield Park. That’s why the Chefs serve up consistently high quality food, topped off by a great atmosphere in our award-winning Steam, Bake & Grill restaurant.
Mouthwatering dishes are freshly prepared; from Roasted Pork belly, sticky red cabbage and apple fritters to crispy skin Sea Bass, braised leeks, saffron potatoes and sauce vierge – simply cooked to perfection.
A kid’s menu full of tasty options, with each meal designed to provide them with at least 1 of their 5 a day.
Relax in the bar
And if you’re hungry, then order from the bar menu – with a selection of D-licious options from freshly prepared sandwiches, to pizzas and healthy salads.
Rise and shine
Kick-start the day with our great British breakfast – we know it’s the most important meal of the day so we make sure it’s one to remember.
Help yourself to all you can eat from our appetising hot and cold buffet, from muesli to pastries to the full works – we’ll guarantee you won’t go hungry.
Things to Do/ Places in Reading, Berkshire
Wellington Country Park
Distance: 2.96 miles
Wellington Country Park is 350 acres of beautiful countryside for safe, open air, fun filled adventures for all the family. Facilities and attractions especially suited for children include adventure play areas, a toddler’s area, sand pits, slides, miniature railway, animal farm and petting barn, nature trail maze, enchanted forest, water play, 9 holes of crazy golf and loads more play equipment to climb on and in. For the more placid adventure, within the woodlands, there are four nature trails to follow, taking in sights of our vast array of wildlife in their natural habitat. One trail allows you to get up close and personal to our resident herd of Red and Fallow deer. Open in Spring through to Autumn, see the link below for more details on opening times.
Museum of Reading
Distance: 5.27 miles
Reading Museum & Town Hall is a fine example of Victorian gothic architecture and with eleven galleries displaying a fascinating range of objects from collections and an exciting programme of temporary exhibitions there is something for all the family to explore. Also home to the Concert Hall with the superb Father Willis Organ you might just catch one of the numerous events from classical music to comedy being held all year round.
Distance: 15.05 miles
There are few sporting venues that can match the rich heritage and history of Ascot Racecourse. For almost 250 years, Royal Ascot has established itself as a national institution and the centrepiece for the British social calendar. Tradition, pageantry, fashion and style all meet in a glorious setting at one of the most beautiful racecourses in the country, offering to visitors an exceptional experience. Take in the expanse of the grand entrance, extensive variety in racing events and the fine dining experience.
Distance: 16.83 miles
Legoland Windsor Resort theme park, aimed at 3-12’s, is an inspirational park where the kids are the heroes. It’s a family attraction where the fun never stops and with over 55 interactive rides, live shows, building workshops, driving schools and attractions, all set in 150 acres of beautiful parkland, it’s a unique family experience. Prepare for a soaking on the wet and wild water rides, follow a pirate trail that’ll leave you wetter than walking the plank or join a Viking fleet where you’ll battle sea monsters and rough waters. Little ones will also love making a splash in the fountains at Waterworks and many interactive rides put you, quite literally, in the driving seat.
Distance: 22.29 miles
Thorpe Park, the roller coaster and thrill seeking theme park home to Nemesis Inferno, Colossus, The Swarm and the first of its kind in the dark, reverse rollercoaster, is located in Chertsey, Surrey, just off junction 11 on M25. For those wanting an adrenaline fuelled day, look no further for over 25 white-knuckle rides all in one park and an experience not to be forgotten. Book in advance for some great ticket offers for groups and families and check out which ride you will head to first.
Playing Golf in Berkshire
One of the best venues in the region is Magnolia Park, a sweeping championship course built to USGA specifications and providing a challenge of the highest order.
The most famous course in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire is Woburn, home to the new The Heritage tournament on the European Tour. If you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of Ian Poulter – this is where the European Tour star plays most of his golf.
De Vere Wokefield Park Fine Details
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This De Vere Wokefield Park Deal includes: AND PLAY’ from only £79.00 per person.
A one night stay in a double or twin room, including:
• Full English Breakfast
• Evening meal
• 2 rounds of golf
From only £79!!
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