Berkshire Travel Guide

Articles about Berkshire

By Bridget Arsenault
It was Her Majesty The Queen who first planted the idea of using the lawn at Coworth Park as a polo ground. This was 1954, years before the Dorchester Collection turned the 18th-century country house into a 70-room boutique hotel (that wouldn’t ha...
By Nate Storey

Extravagant tasting menus, Michelin-starred dining rooms, trend-shaping chefs—this is T+L’s can’t-miss list of meals worthy of a flight, plus how to navigate the mind-boggling reservation process.   

By Travel + Leisure Staff
By Peter Jon Lindberg
See Our Guide to Great Britain The English may or may not have invented the countryside, but they damn well near perfected it. When we imagine some bright-green Arcadian idyll, this, so often, is the landscape we picture: the sylvan expanses of...
By Adam Sachs
See the London Insider’s Guide. At the Sportsman, a seaside pub on the pebbly Kent coast, I recently ate the best lamb I’ve ever tasted. A pale pink chop, a hunk of crisped shoulder confit. Outside the window the animal’s brethren grazed in the m...
By Adam Sachs

Hotels in Berkshire

Love is in the air at this reinvented Georgian manor set on 240 acres of private parkland near Windsor Castle, 45 minutes outside London. In fact, the very sentiment is spelled out in capital letters in the contemporary light fixture over the bar.

Restaurants in Berkshire

it’s a wood-beamed but mercifully unkitschy English pub that’s less than an hour by train from London, in the Berkshire countryside near Windsor Castle. The updated British cooking, by chef Dominic Chapman, is straightforward and features superb produce.