15 Best Places to Visit in Berkshire (England)

3. Bray

The Waterside Inn

Source: wikipedia

The Waterside Inn

Without knowing about its culinary pedigree, Bray would seem like any other well-to-do and charming village in the South of England.

There are almshouses from the early 1600s and the handsome Church of St Michael, which was constructed in the 1290s and has a lot of riveting medieval artefacts within, including a monumental brass on the tomb of Sir John Foxley.

But Bray’s modern reputation comes from its restaurants, as two of the four three Michelin-starred establishments are in the this village.

The older of the two is the Waterside Inn, founded by the Roux brothers in 1972, while Heston Blumenthal’s Fat Duck has won acclaim for its molecular gastronomy since opening in 1995.

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