Holiday apartments Bracknell – stay in Bracknell
Bracknell is a small town with a population of 52,696. It belongs to the county of Berkshire and is close to other major towns in the county such as Reading, as well as Newbury and Windsor. It is also close to London and forms part of the Greater London Urban Area. Designated a "New Town“ in 1949, Bracknell holiday apartments, like much of the architecture in the town, are modern and stylish.
Things to do in and around Bracknell
You're unlikely to find yourself at a loss for things to do while staying in your holiday apartment in Bracknell. The town and its surrounding areas have a lot of things to do. The dry skii slope in nearby Binfield is definitely worth visiting if you love skiing, or if you're feeling adventurous and want to try it for the first time. South Hill Park is an impressive 18th century building and now houses an arts centre. The site also plays host to the Big Day Out festival, which shows world and folk music and art, and is a fun event for all the family, so find Bracknell holiday accommodation in September and join the fun. The Coral Reef Water Park is nothing short of awesome, with slides, whirl-pools and even an outdoor swimming area for the summer. This is a great day out for all the family. For golfers, the Downshire Golf Complex is a great golf course, and there is even the possibility of golf tuition for beginners.
Holiday apartments Bracknell – stay in Bracknell and follow in the footsteps of Harry Potter
It is a little know fact that the stuffy basement Harry Potter lived in with the Dursleys. The iconic 4 Privet Drive is in fact 12 Picket Post Close, Bracknell, Berkshire. Luckily for you, unlike one of the most loved characters in contemporary English literature, your stay here could be in a spacious holiday apartment Bracknell. A stay in Bracknell is sure to be a pleasant experience, and you won't have to stay with the Dursleys. For more amazing Harry Potter locations, visit Scotland! Stay in a cottage in Glencoe, for example, which was fictional home to our favourite friendly giant in the fourth film.