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Holiday Parks in Berkshire

Holiday Parks in Berkshire

Looking for holiday parks in Berkshire? Our Cherry Bird Country Park is surrounded on three sides by North Wessex Downs Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Cherry Bird Country Park, Berkshire

Famed for its scenic countryside and historic landmarks, Berkshire is the ideal holiday destination in the UK.


Visit our holiday park in Berkshire

We know you’ll have a fantastic time at our holiday park in Berkshire. Famed for its scenic countryside and historic landmarks, Berkshire is the ideal holiday destination in the UK. When you visit our holiday park in Berkshire, we guarantee you’ll fall in love with this countryside idyll within striking distance of London.

For those holidaying in Berkshire, Encore Parcs offers holiday lodges located in Cherry Bird Country Park. This park really does offer the best of both worlds, being close to London but also situated near the North Wessex Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. For golf and horse racing enthusiasts, Newbury Racecourse and Newbury and Crookham Golf course are positioned either side of the Park.

Cherry Bird Country Park ideal for those who want to try a bit of everything. Peaceful and hidden from the hustle and bustle of everyday life but close to vibrant tourist areas, you really will have the best of both worlds. Our holiday park in Berkshire provides you with a prime location to explore this beautiful county.

All of the lodges and holiday homes on the park are renowned for our high standards and groundbreaking designs, and we offer a diverse range of accommodation to suit your every need. You’ll experience a more than comfortable stay and you’ll truly feel like you’re in a home away from home.
The holiday homes on our holiday parks typically offer around 800sq ft of modern living space, full with all the integrated appliances one is accustomed to in a modern home so you can really holiday in style. We’re also incredibly proud to offer exceptional energy-efficient homes with eco-friendly appliances.

If you’re looking to book a holiday in our holiday park in Berkshire, please check our availability or contact our team for more information.

Things to do in Berkshire

The Berkshire area is full of places to visit and offers a wealth of scenic countryside, historic sites, and family days out.

Discover the real Downton Abbey

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: the ideal day out during your holiday in Berkshire.

Family fun at Wellington Country Park

Family fun at Wellington Country Park

For the perfect family day out during your holiday in Berkshire, head to Wellington Country Park- the ‘Biggest Outdoor Play in Berkshire’. Perfect for children up to 8 years old, the park has several adventure play areas, a toddler’s area, sand pits, slides, miniature railway, animal farm and petting barn, jumping pillow and splash park, nature trail maze, enchanted forest, water play, 12 holes of mini golf and lots of play equipment to climb on and in.

Set in 350 acres of beautiful parklands off the A33 between Basingstoke and Reading, Wellington Country Park offers a safe, open air, fun filled venue for all the family, all just a short drive from our holiday park in Berkshire.

Visit Windsor Castle

Visit Windsor Castle

Our holiday park in Berkshire is ideally located for a visit to Windsor Castle, with the royal residence being less than an hour’s drive away from 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.