Open your own front door to a considerately renovated Victorian apartment. Complete with original features, generous spaces to live and work, and views over a quaint, residential tree-lined street, it’s the perfect place to call home. Plus, you’re just 12 minutes’ walk from town, or a quick train into London.
Your own apartment in a Victorian building with a full-size kitchen and separate spaces to live and work.
With a dedicated workspace and super-fast, privately secured WiFi, working remotely needn’t be hard.
Get your beauty sleep with blackout blinds, king-size beds and crisp, white linen. The sofa beds are handy, too.
Separate bedroom, kitchen, lounge and bathroom in every apartment
Fully-equipped kitchen with washer-dryer and dishwasher
Super-fast, privately secured WiFi
Away from the hustle and bustle, but only 10 minutes from the centre
Large kitchen table or dedicated workspace
Bring the furry one along – Castle Crescent is dog friendly (fee applies, on request)
Park your car on site for £10 per night (subject to availability)
Checking-in mid-week? Reception is open from 8:30am – 4:30pm Monday to Friday
Arriving out-of-hours? Enjoy seamless self check-in
For life in all modes
Each of the 28 one or two bedroom serviced apartments have period features and more space than you’d expect. A place you can call home, and feel at home, while you’re in town. Whatever mode you’re travelling in.
One Bedroom Apartment
From £120 per night
Bigger than you’d expect, these stylish apartments have all the room you need to balance work and life.
Room for 2 / Average 52m²
Two Bedroom Apartment
From £156 per night
Spacious and homely, these stylish apartments sleep up to four - with two bedrooms and one bathroom.
Room for 4 / Average 59m²
Often referred to as ‘Old Coley’, this residential area of Reading is the best of both worlds: near to beautiful parks and countryside, but a short walk from the town centre. Plus, you’re just 25 miles from Heathrow and half an hour’s walk from Reading train station, with quick links into London.
The best of Reading
Book at table at The Corn Stores
With its very own butchery and smokehouse, expect first-class service and high-quality British ingredients in a relaxed, modern environment.
Browse the stalls at Reading Farmers Market
Taking place on the first and third Saturday of every month, this family-friendly spot is a tempting showcase of locally produced food and drink.
Catch a show at The Hexagon
A multi-purpose entertainment venue hosting an eclectic mix of big-name comedians, spectacular musicals, classical concerts, theatre, dance and more.
Enjoy fine dining at L’Ortolan
Reading’s only Michelin-starred restaurant in a Grade II-listed former vicarage in the quaint village of Shinfield. Worth the 15-minute drive.
Find a tranquil retreat in Forbury Gardens
A quaint Victorian town garden housing the famous Maiwand Lion statue. Pick up an ice cream and watch live music on the bandstand on summer weekends.
Get a taste of France at Wolseley Street Bakery
Run by Fortnum & Mason-trained, ex-chef Davy Bonte from his home, order breads, pastries and cakes through Facebook Messenger then collect. Yum.
Get your cultural fix at Reading Museum
Housing local and global historic and artistic objects, highlights include key archaeological finds from Roman Silchester and medieval Reading Abbey.
Have an adventure at Wellington Country Park
Family fun just 13 minutes’ drive away. Amongst the beautiful forest discover an animal farm, miniature railway, adventure play areas and more.
Head to London for work or to see friends
You’ll be just 17 minutes’ walk to Reading train station, with regular London services that can get you to Paddington in under half an hour.
Indulge in retail therapy at The Oracle
With over 100 stores, 22 restaurants and cafés, and a cinema, a rainy day is the perfect excuse to mosey around and grab a bite or catch a movie.
Look after your body and mind at Nuffield Health
More than just a gym, this modern health club also has a pool and spa, a huge range of classes, and wellbeing experts on hand to offer advice.
Meet your partners at Green Park Business Park
A likely spot for a work meeting, but also a one-stop-shop for walking trails, shopping, dry cleaning, car valeting, fitness and wellness.
Take a dip at Thames Lido
A town-centre urban retreat, this is a special spot for a swim. Treat yourself to a massage, or pretend you’re on holiday with a plate of tapas.
Broad Street Mall Car Park10-minute walk 0.5 miles
Reading Train Station20-minute walk 0.9 miles
Forbury Gardens20-minute walk 1 mile
Reading Abbey Ruins17-minute walk 0.9 miles
Heathrow Airport40-minute drive 28 miles