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Located in the picturesque village of Inkpen, the Crown and Garter is a traditional English pub with stylish rooms, a restaurant and bakery. It opens onto a lovely garden. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful.
Located in the peaceful Berkshire countryside, yet only 8 miles from the M4, this stylish and contemporary hotel offers fine dining, a luxurious health club and spa facilities, free WiFi and parking. Disabled access was easy, the staff were friendly and polite, the room was a suite which helped a...
Set in Newbury, 8.1 mi from Donnington Castle, The Furze Bush Inn offers accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a garden. Stayed for 2 nights whilst visiting Highclere and surrounding area..
The Mercure Newbury West Grange Hotel is located on the A4, ideal for visiting Newbury or Reading. Complimentary car parking is available on site. Very helpful staff . Very comfortable beds and everything in room and bathroom seemed to be...
Located 3 minutes' walk from Thatcham Rail Station, in the county of Berkshire, The Swan by Marstons Inns provides en suite accommodations, free Wi-Fi, a bar and a restaurant. The cosy and clean rooms, nice bathroom, good breakfast, friendly staff, quick check in, cosy pub...
Within easy reach of the M4, Berkshire Arms by Good Night Inns is 5 mi from Newbury town center and Newbury Racecourse. Thatcham Train Station is 0.6 mi away. Friendly staff ... clean and quaint
Mercure Newbury Elcot Park Hotel is located in 16 acres of gardens and woodland in the Kennet Valley, 5.6 mi from Newbury. The property features a fitness center, as well as a garden. Lovely cosy hotel in the heart of the country.
With a modern indoor swimming pool and Livingwell Health Club, DoubleTree by Hilton Newbury North features a restaurant and a bar. The spacious rooms have private bathrooms. The food was amazing! Great value too when buying the package.
Only a place for a short visit. Built in 1386 the castle hosted both Henry VIII and Elizabeth I and later Charles I. However, having been a Royalist stronghold, the castle was destroyed by the Parliamentarians in 1646 and only the twin-towered gatehouse remains standing and it's not possible to go inside. It would be a nice place for kids to let off a bit of steam and maybe have a picnic. Car park is free; short, uphill walk from the car park to the building on an uneven path.