Bradfield College was founded in 1850 by Thomas Stevens, and is set in the village of Bradfield amidst unspoilt Berkshire countryside. It's a magical setting for a Tango Festival and just 10 minutes drive from the M4 junction 12 and the A4.
There's ample parking in the college's Visitors Car Park as well as the adjacent Sports Centre.
3 dance halls, large common room, bar area, gardens, use of swimming bool (must be pre-booked)
Exit at Jn 12 and follow the signposts to A4 Newbury. At the second roundabout take the third exit signposted Pangbourne (A340). Take the first turning on the left, signposted Bradfield. Follow the road for 2.6 miles until you reach the crossroads at Bradfield village. Turn left and the visitors car park is on the left. Once you've parked, exit the car park, cross the road and the main entrance to the college is in front of you.
The nearest station is Theale with direct trains from Reading, Reading west and Newbury/Bedwyn. It's a short taxi ride from the station and we're happy to help coorordinate lifts. There's also a bus service from Theale to Bradfield.
Pangbourne is about 5 miles from Bradfield and is on the main line between London Paddington and Oxford and there are trains every 30 minutes on Saturdays and every hour on Sundays.
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