Holiday homes available at Cherry Bird Country Park, Berkshire
Our holiday homes in Berkshire are located within beautiful Cherry Bird Country Park, surrounded on three sides by North Wessex Downs Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visit stately homes or enjoy a day at the races when you buy a holiday home in this stunning area of the country.
Things to do in Berkshire
The Berkshire area is full of places to visit and has a wealth of scenic countryside and historic sites to see, as well as excellent links to the capital.
Spend the day in London
One of the great benefits of buying a holiday home in Berkshire is that it is so close to London, which means you can choose to relax in the tranquillity of your holiday home, or head out for a day in the capital. A holiday home in Berkshire really does allow you to set the pace of your holiday however you wish!
London is only a short drive away from Cherry Bird Country Park and makes for an exciting day out. With world class shops, theatre shows, and restaurants, you will be able to taste all that the capital has to offer before returning to your very own holiday home. Furthermore, there are plenty of on-water and waterside activities for you to enjoy with the Thames estuary never far away.
Discover the real Downton Abbey
One of Berkshire’s favourite tourist attractions is Highclere Castle, which is the famous set of Downtown Abbey. Step back in time and indulge your love for period drama by visiting this magnificent stately home.
Highclere Castle have a packed programme of events and tours which make it the perfect place to visit all year round: certainly a wonderful attraction to have on the doorstep of your holiday home in Berkshire.
Visit Windsor Castle
Berkshire is the ideal location to visit Windsor Castle, with the royal residence being less than an hour’s drive away from your holiday home at Cherry Bird Country Park.
Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. It was founded by William the Conqueror in the 11th century, and has since been the home of 39 monarchs. Today The Queen spends most of her private weekends at the Castle, and it is open to visitors throughout the year.