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Welcome to De Vere Venues Wokefield Park

Address: Goodboys Lane, Mortimer, Reading, RG7 3AE

Hotel Description

Set in 250 acres of landscaped gardens, Wokefield Park boasts an 18-hole championship golf course with 9 lakes and mature trees. An indoor swimming pool and free WiFi are also available. Rooms are located in either the sleek Executive Centre or in the elegant Mansion House. Each room at the De Vere Venues Wokefield Park has stylish decor and a private bathroom with a bath, shower and hairdryer. An a la carte menu is served in the Mansion House’s modern Maple restaurant. A hot and cold buffet is available in the Steam, Bake & Grill restaurant. An outdoor ropes course are available within hotel grounds. A professional golf shop and practice golf facilities are also available on-site. Wokefield Park is less than 2 miles from Mortimer Rail Station and a 15-minute drive from Reading city centre.

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Reading Football Club - Football Club

Reading Football Club - Football Club

Distance 3.23 miles (5.16 km)
The stadium is of a fair size and is totally enclosed, with all four corners being occupied. Three sides are single tiered, whilst on one side the West Stand is two tiered, including a row of executive boxes. The ground has been designed with the supporter in mind as the supporters are very close to the pitch and the acoustics are good. The stadium also now has a recently installed video screen on the South East corner. The Madejski is e asily one of the best stadiums in the Championship Division and wouldn't look out of place in the Premier League. The stadium, named after Reading's multi millionaire chairman, is shared with London Irish Rugby Club and was recently voted as having the best facilities for disabled supporters in the League.