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#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Stonor
There are two cafe areas and we enjoyed a lovely tea, cake and ice cream pit stop though the food looked delicious too, we had bought a picnic which we enjoyed on the front lawned picnic area.
We were given such a good tour with enthusiastic guides and, in the garden, very knowledgeable indeed; and before that we were treated to a delicious lunch in the covered courtyard between the house and the histor...

The Herb Farm

Reading, UK 3.5 mi away
#7 of 17 Nature & Parks in Reading
Brilliant food, the most delicious soup i have ever tasted, lovely staff, incredible fun in the maze, unique shop with a superb range of Lee fox goods and terrify for any day
great plants and a good selection of ornaments and decorations for the garden - could easily have spent a fortune on all the goodies as well as lovely herbs if I lived nearby ( as it is have now got one of their g...

Caversham Court Gardens

Reading, UK 5.8 mi away
#4 of 17 Nature & Parks in Reading
The Friends of Caversham Court are a local group of wonderful volunteers who keep this place loved and nurtured.
... leisurely float down the Thames, people sit on benches or travel rugs enjoying the sunshine and the Tea Kiosk is there serving drinks and cakes !! If you go on one of their open days you will have the luxury o...

Forbury Gardens

Reading, UK 6.1 mi away
#6 of 17 Nature & Parks in Reading
... dedicated to those from the area who lost their lives in the two Great Wars, the large Lion on it’s plinth dedicated to those from the Berkshire Regiment who lost their lives during the Afghan Wars of the 1800...
The Forbury was part of Reading Abbey which was the richest abbey of its time.The Lion statue (Maiwand Lion) commemorating the war dead of the Afghan campaign of 1879 and is one of the largest structures of its ty...