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Riders Country House Hotel
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Each of the 19 en-suite rooms are tastefully decorated and furnished. Comfort and convenience are very much the order of the day, as such all rooms are fully equipped with a wide range of features and amenities, including free Wi-Fi access, TV with satellite channels, direct dial telephone, trouser press, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities.
Diners at Riders Country House Hotel can expect to indulge their culinary palette with a wide selection of delicious meals from the à la carte menu. The team of talented chefs are committed to using only high-quality ingredients and fresh produce and are happy to cater for individual tastes or dietary requirements. The well-stocked bar serving a range of draught beers, spirits, liqueurs and soft drinks, whilst an extensive wine list offers a tempting array of distinguished wines from across the globe. The restaurant itself is informal and relaxed and features a selection of assorted canvases depicting horsemen of a modern and bygone age.
The hotel is situated on the A4 Bath Road, just a 7 minute drive from Junction 8/9 off the M4 or 12 minutes from Junction 4 off the M40. With free on-site parking, it is both an accessible and convenient base from which to explore the local area. For those travelling by train, Maidenhead Rail Station is only a 9 minute tax drive away and offers fantastic transport links to the rest of the country. What’s more Heathrow Airport is only a 24 minute drive away. Riders Country House Hotel is ideally located for making the most out all that the surrounding area has to offer. There’s plenty of excitement to be had at the world-class racing venues of Windsor and Royal Ascot. For golf fans there a several fantastic local courses to choose from, including the renowned Berkshire Golf Club. The historic towns of Marlow, Henley and Maidenhead are only a short distance away. There’s fantastic shopping and a wide range of restaurants and eateries to be discovered in the major cosmopolitan centres of Reading, Slough and Windsor. Indeed, Windsor is only an 18 minute drive away and is home to some of the most popular tourist spots in Britain. Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and is the Official Residence of Her Majesty the Queen. Steeped in history and intrigue it contains many unique treasures and art galleries as well as St George’s Chapel, a beautiful ecclesiastical building and burial place of 10 monarchs. Further family fun can be had at Legoland Windsor, an exciting theme park with over 55 interactive rides, live shows, building workshops and attractions, all set in 150 acres of beautiful parkland.