Things To See and Do
Attractions and Places to Visit in Basingstoke
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, with accommodation to suit all budgets and with excellent transport links, Basingstoke also has many nearby attractions. Stratfield Saye House offers an intriguing insight into the life of the Great Duke of Wellington, whose family lived there from 1817, while novelist Jane Austen attended balls at Tudor mansion The Vyne, originally home to Henry VIII's Lord Chamberlain.
Places to Stay in Basingstoke
Whether you prefer the big five star treatment or the personal touch of an intimate boutique or love the calm of the countryside, Reading offers plenty of choices. From 5 star hotels to boutique hotels, from luxury accommodation to budget hotels, all located in the city centre.
Sports and Activities
There's so many things to do in Basingstoke, whether you're after a cultural break, the chance to take in some country strolls, or something else entirely, you're certain to be spoilt for choice. There are lots of family activities and attraction in Basingstoke too.
Activities, Where to Eat, Where to Stay, What to Do in Basingstoke
Whether you’re looking for things to do in Basingstoke such as events and attractions or are planning where to stay in Basingstoke, you’ll find everything you need for your Basingstoke holiday on What's On In Basingstoke.com. Make sure to discover Basingstoke diverse neighbourhoods, from tranquil suburbs to central areas full of shopping, entertainment and dining options.
Basingstoke have a huge range of options for food and drink, and has plenty to satisfy every appetite and budget. The riverside area of the Oracle shopping centre is a buzzing destination in the evening, with a diverse mix of restaurants and bars overlooking the water, along with a 10-screen cinema.
Here at Pepe Sale, owner Toni Sale, who was brought up on this idyllic island aims to bring you some of those delicious, authentic flavours of Sardinia.
Located in the town centre, right on the River Kennet, our Reading restaurant is the perfect spot for anything from a mid-shopping pit stop or a casual dinner with friends.
Delicious and authentic regional cooking awaits you in this cosy brasserie in Basingstoke, where you will enjoy comfortable surroundings, attentive service and a real taste of France.
~What’s on in Basingstoke Local News~
Reading development plan for thousands of homes in review
A development plan that defines where thousands of homes should be built in Reading is going up for review. Reading Chronicle | Town Centre …
Car rental in Berkshire fined for not answering police questions
A CAR rental service has been fined after a driver failed to give information relating to their identity. Reading Chronicle | West Berkshire …
Theale High Street has large police presence this morning
POLICE have taped off the end of a street in Theale this morning (February 27). Reading Chronicle | West Berkshire …
Reading council leader welcomes town centre restoration project
In this week’s column, Jason Brock, the leader of Reading Borough Council, informa neighbours about the restoration projects taking place across the town centre. Councillor Brock writes: Reading Chronicle | Town Centre …
King’s Road Reading to close for a month for underground work
DRIVERS told: expect delays Reading Chronicle | Town Centre …
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