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We're driving down the M4 in the morning and wanted to find a place to stop for (non-English) breakfast. We're starting near Reading and will end in Wiltshire at some country hotel that only serves a typical English breakfast. We were hoping for something a bit more carb-y and sugary! Dreams of pancakes drenched in syrup are floating in my head but will settle for croissants or other pastry. I'm hoping to do better than a stop at the services Starbucks!

We have around 4 hours to make this trip so can venture a bit off the motorway but don't want to stay too far . . .

Any suggestions?

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