Berkshire is known as the Royal County due to the presence of Windsor Castle and it is easy to see why the Royal family would pick this location for one of their residences. Berkshire and the surrounding area offer some superb attractions, including golf courses and fine dining.
The region boasts two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty: Chiltern Hills and North Wessex Downs with both providing stunning scenery and views. Enjoy surrounding yourself in the tranquillity of the countryside over and over again with plenty of walks and footpaths to explore.
Visit Highclere Castle, where Downton Abbey was filmed where you can be transported back to the 1920s and experience the magic of the sets, vintage cars and costumes. The stately home has over 200 rooms, many of which can be viewed and stands on an expanse of around 1,060 acres.
For those looking to improve your tee shot or work on your handicap, The Berkshire Golf Club is home to two courses, both of which are widely renowned as some of the best in the British Isles. It is one of only 3 clubs to have two courses positioned in the Top 100. The club welcomes golfers all year round to enjoy the aesthetic pine and heather lined courses.
The Waterside Inn next to Bray-on-Thames is the height of exquisite gastronomy. It has held 3 Michelin stars for longer than any other British restaurant at 25 years in total! Serving classic French cuisine with a subtle modern twist this restaurant delivers a unique and opulent dining experience.
Walnut Tree Farm is ideally situated for you to be able to delight in the idyllic village setting, whilst also having a wealth of days out within the further reaches of the local vicinity.