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Set in the rural Berkshire countryside, Wokefield Park offers a unique environment with two centres totally different in style and feel: the spacious, versatile, ultra-modern, purpose-built Executive Centre and the traditional and regal Mansion House. Getting here is easy : with easy access from junction11 of the M4 and train links to London from Reading station.

We have the know-how and experience to create the perfect bespoke training course or business event for you, without fuss and hassle Our impressive 54 high tech meeting rooms offer the latest technology and equipment you need. And with free wireless Internet access throughout, you are always ready for business.

We know that at the end of the working day you need quality downtime, which is why we offer superb golf time out on our US PGA-standard 7000-yard championship golf course, boasting elevated tees and nine lakes for a different challenge. Afterwards, relax in the bar before enjoying locally sourced produce in our new Steam, Bake and Grill restaurant.

Travel information :

By Car:

Exit the M4 at Junction 11

Take the A33 signposted Basingstoke. At first roundabout take the third exit towards Grazeley & Mortimer. After approx 2.5 miles and a sharp right hand bend over a railway bridge, the entrance to Wokefield Park can be seen on the right hand side.

Exit the M3 at Junction 5

Follow signs for Hook and Reading onto the A30. At next roundabout take B3349 for Reading. Continue following signs for Reading. Join A33. At roundabout before M4 turn left to Grazeley & Mortimer. After approx 2.5 miles and a sharp right hand bend over a railway bridge the entrance to Wokefield Park can be seen on the right hand side.

By Train:


Reading Station is 7 miles from Wokefield Park. There is a taxi rank at Reading Station. Trains from Reading connect with Mortimer Station (5 minutes by car from Wokefield Park) but there is no taxi rank, so call main reception on 0118 933 4000 and they will order one for you.


We will arrange coach running from Reading Station to Wokefiled Park whole day. Therefore, we recommend to take train or coach from the airport to Reading station. Here is the detailed time table of train available from each airport with return ticket price information i.e. Heathrow ,

Luton , Gatwick , Stansted airport

Download ---> Time table and return ticket price information

1) Arriving at London Heathrow Airport (LHR)

By coach: The Reading RailAir Coach provides frequent services from Heathrow to Reading Station. Buses leave from Heathrow central bus station approximately every 20 minutes, making a stop-over at Terminal 5 then to Reading Station. The short bus journey takes 40 minutes and tickets are £15.00 single; £16 day return and £23 period return. For more information please refer to www.railair.com.

2) Arriving at London Gatwick Airport (LGW)

By Train: A train station is conveniently situated as an integral part of the South Terminal of the airport. Board the First Great Western trains to Reading Station. Journey takes approximately 1 hour 20 minsfor the direct service. Your journey will take 1hour 50 mins if you chose to board the indirect service, where you will need to change at REDHILL. Offpeak return tickets start at £23, and anytime return tickets start at £38.40. Please ensure that you are aware whether you are boarding the direct or the indirect service from the airport. Refer to www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk for more information. 

By Coach: Take the National Express coach which leaves Gatwick Airport every 20 minutes to heathrow Airport. From here transfer to the RailAir service to Reading Station. Journey will take approximately 2 hours 40 minutes which is inclusive of a 30 minute wait at Heathrow Airport Bus Station. The service costs £59 rtn for adults or £29.75 rtn for children aged 3~15. 

3) Arriving at London Stansted Airport (SSD)

By Train and Underground: National Express East Anglia to London Liverpool Street Station. Change to the Hammersmith and City line to London Paddington. Then board the First Great Western train to Reading Station. The whole journey should take approximately 2 hours and 10 minutes. Off-peak open return is priced at £38.70 for adults and £25.50 for children. Refer to www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk for more information. 

By Coach: National Express service number JL727. This service departs Stansted airport approximately every 30 minutes and heads to Heathrow Airport. From Heathrow Airport you will need to transfer to the RailAir coach service to Reading Station. The journey will last around 3 hours and there will be a 45 minutes wait at Heathrow Airport. Fares for this service are £55.30 open rtn for adults and £27.65 for children aged 3~15. Refer to www.nationalexpress.com for further details and booking. 

4) Arriving at London Luton Airport (LTN)

By Train: Take the East Midlands Train from the Luton Airport Parkway Station to London St. Pancras and King's Cross station. This is also the station to which the Eurostar arrives. From here change to the underground and board the Hammersmith & City line to Paddington. At Paddington Station change to the First Great Western train to Reading Station. Tickets are £36.00 open return for adults and £18.00 open return for children aged between 5~15 years. Price is inclusive of the travel on the underground and the whole journey will take an estimated duration of 2h 15 minutes. Book your tickets at www.trainline.com.

By Bus: Luton airport is the operation headquarters of the Easyjet group. From the airport bus station you can board the EasyBus to London Victoria. If you book early you may be able to buy a one-way ticket for £2, or if you purchase a ticket on the day a single journey ticket costs £10 and a return ticket costs £13. Once you arrive at London Victoria Station board the National Express coach service to Reading Station. For this service adult return tickets start at £32.00 whereas a return ticket for children between 3~16 is priced at £16.00. The whole journey will last approximately 3 hours and we strongly recommend you book early to avoid higher ticket costs. Please refer to www.nationalexpress.com for bookings and timetables. you can also book your Easybus at www.easybus.co.uk.

5) Arriving at London City Airport (LCY)


By train and underground: From London City Airport DLR(Docklands Light Railway) Station take the DLR to Canning Town. Change to the Jubilee Line towards Stanmore. Alight at Baker Street and change to the Hammersmith and City line to Paddington. At Paddington Station change to the First Great Western train to Reading Station. From Paddington Station board the First Great Capital train to Reading Station. Fares for this route £34.00 open rtn for adults, £17.00 for children. The fare for the tube journey is £4.00 for adults, £2.00 for children under 16. You will also be able to save money if you purchase a Visitor's Oyster Card which can be purchased stations. For more information visit www.tfl.gov.uk. For train bookings go to www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk.


By Eurostar:

From St. Pancras station take underground to Paddington station. Here, you can take the train to Reading. For more information, national rail

Download ----> Time table from Kings Cross to Reading

 Arriving at London King's Cross and St. Pancras International (Eurostar)

By Train and Underground: From King's Cross St. Pacras station take the Hammersmith and City line towards Edgeware Road. Alight at Paddington and transfer to the First Great Western Service to Reading Station. The whole journey shouldn't take longer than 40 minutes and fares for this route £34.00 open rtn for adults, £17.00. The fare for the tube journey is £4.00 for adults, £2.00 for children under 16. 

By Air:

Heathrow London Airport - 36 miles (approximately 30-40 minutes drive).

Stansted London Airport - 88 miles (approximately 90-100 minutes drive).

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