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Set in a former Coaching Inn, The Three Swans Hotel, Hungerford, Berkshire features traditional charm and period features. Historic inn on the high street of an attractive village with antique shops, a bakery, a canal, a beautiful townhall, and a coffee shop all nearby. Easy parking at a municipal car park. The hotel building is hundred of years old, but the interior is completely refurbished with modern facilities. Attractive and comfortable rooms with nice bathrooms. Extremely helpful staff team. Reception is manned 24/7. We had a nice evening meal seated right in the bay window of the restaurant.
Award winners of the Good Hotel Award, The Queen’s Arms offers elegant accommodations in the Lambourn Valley, an area known for its horse-racing heritage. The rooms outside were lovely, really comfy beds and loved how the they were named after famous racehorses instead of numbers, the food on the eve was fantastic and breakfast equally as good
Located in Hungerford, The Tally Ho features a restaurant, bar, terrace, and free WiFi throughout the property. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Lovely place to stay, very welcoming, clean and friendly, beautiful room, fantastic food. Will definitely stay again
Located in Hungerford in the Berkshire region, Thatched Cottage features a terrace and garden views. Jenny was a friendly host and her 2 pooches were very welcoming. Loved the continental breakfast and the little touches in the room. Bed was very comfy. Views either side were amazing. Will definately be staying again.
Located in Marlborough, Crown and Anchor features a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. The pub is set in a beautiful hamlet / village and has excellent period features and super comfortable bed. We had lunch on the restaurant, which was excellent. Ben and the team were super helpful (even prior to arriving with local taxi details, etc). Would love to go back.
The Annexe, Upper Rooksnest is located in Inkpen and offers a tennis court. The accommodation is 25 miles from Swindon, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi. Lovely rural location with walks on its doorstep. Absolutely everything you could need in the room. Host was very welcoming and friendly. Everything clean and tidy and in perfect working order. Couldn't fault a thing.
Our reason for staying in this location was to visit stables as we have a share in a race horse (1 hair only :)) Breakfast and evening meal taken at the accommodation we stayed in - The Queens Arms'. Travelling in the area was very easy and the roads were quiet.
It’s ok, we visit on a regular basis as we have friends who live there. The coffee shop on the entrance road to Tescos is pleasant, as is the cafe with the glass ceiling, situated near to the old town hall
It is a delightful small town and the main street has lots of independent shops, including antique, jewellery and clothes. Parking in the town during the day is an issue unless your hotel has a car park. I liked the fact that it had a canal running through it. And boat trips were available.
A very pretty town with lots of pubs to choose from and a great location for trips into the countryside as well as appreciating the Kennet & Avon canal. We enjoyed our trip on the Rose of Hungerford down the canal. There are also many antique and independent shops to browse through.
Its brilliant. loads of quirky shops in the antique centre and amazing walks along the canal, common and marsh. some great pubs with real character. Local food and gift shops and the christmas lights are better than Oxford street! easy access by train or off the m4! can also do some nice mountain bike rides across to the tambourin downs the ridgeway via bridleways small quiet roads via eastbury if not to wet. don t miss out the view from combe hill or the special "unique " unusual gate at st lawrences church!!
Loved the location, the area is very pretty with a lovely little market town to do your shopping. There are lots of doggie friendly places to eat and beautiful little shops to browse around. Sadly, my stay was short and I wasn't able to explore very much of the area. However, I would not hesitate in coming here again to spend more time.
Historic inn on the high street of an attractive village with antique shops, a bakery, a canal, a beautiful townhall, and a coffee shop all nearby. Easy parking at a municipal car park. The hotel building is hundred of years old, but the interior is completely refurbished with modern facilities. Attractive and comfortable rooms with nice bathrooms. Extremely helpful staff team. Reception is manned 24/7. We had a nice evening meal seated right in the bay window of the restaurant.
Lovely place to stay, very welcoming, clean and friendly, beautiful room, fantastic food. Will definitely stay again
We liked the creek running past our room, and the pleasant courtyard for entertaining.