The unitary authority of Bracknell Forest is located in the east of the county of Berkshire and takes in the main towns of Bracknell and Sandhurst. This is well known to be a particularly affluent part of the United Kingdom; a mere stone’s throw away from the centre of London. Should you choose to stay in self catering accommodation in the Bracknell Forest area, you can expect a well-appointed property, boasting all the modern conveniences you could ever need. These will include a fully-equipped kitchen, which means that it is no longer necessary to eat out for every single meal - which would prove to be an expensive endeavour in this part of The Home Counties.
Many people choose to reserve self catering accommodation in Bracknell Forest because the area generally has plenty of rural locales within its borders, plus quaint and typically English towns where you will be able to find everything you need for your stay. However, for when the urge to get involved in more physical activity grabs you, there are numerous to choose between. These include swimming in the local baths, tennis, badminton, golf, full gym facilities, jogging, cycling, nature walks and rambling; plus there are other water-based activities available to you at the local lakes, including sailing, canoeing and fishing.
Even though Bracknell is hardly a sprawling metropolis, you might be surprised to learn that the town still boasts a number of popular tourist attractions. Some of which are The Coral Reef water park (perfect to keep the kids happy for a full day!), The John Nike sports complex which includes everything from snowboarding and skiing to snooker and The lookout Discover Centre (a great educational day out for all). You should also take some time out to explore the beautiful town of Sandhurst and don’t forget that you are very close to the centre of London here, if you fancy a day or two taking in all of the world-famous attractions.
On your holidays in the Bracknell Forest area, you can look forward to a climate that is usually a good few degrees warmer than the rest of the country during the summer. In fact, the average temperatures in July and August are a very pleasant 23 degrees Celsius in the part of south-eastern England. Winters tend to see averages of around 8 or 9 degrees. This part of the UK receives around 20 inches of rainfall per year.
You have a good choice of transport options for travel to your self catering accommodation in the Bracknell Forest area. These include the M4 motorway which runs very close to the main towns; Heathrow Airport (LHR) which welcomes a number of domestic flights from other parts of the UK and beyond; plus the area is well connected with the main rail network with regular services to and from the capital, Reading and other towns.