KintburyCopyright Graham Horn

Kintbury like neighbour Hungerford has the River Kennet and the Kennet and Avon Canal running through it, the place pleasantly hemmed in by the Hampshire Downs south and Berkshire Downs north of it... Read More

Hotels in Kintbury - 3 places to stay

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Ramada Newbury Elcot Park

Ramada Newbury Elcot Park

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Experience everything you'd expect from an international hotel company in this elegant country house that rests in the Kennet Valley.
The impressive, stylish Ramada Elcot Park Newbury is set in 16 acres ... More

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The Dundas Arms

The Dundas Arms
A river and canal-side pub with comfortable rooms overlooking the river. Good food is served both in the bar and in the restaurant. There is a very good wine list and also hand-pulled ... More | Double Room: £80 | visit website

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Crown & Garter (1.90 miles)

Crown & Garter

A traditional 17th Century Inn set in the beautiful Berkshire countryside and approached through quiet lanes and past cottages draped in honeysuckle.

The Inn’s ancient and unique charm can best be glimpsed in the bar area, ... More | visit website

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The Crown and Garter Hotel (1.90 miles)

The Crown and Garter Hotel
The Crown & Garter Hotel is a AA 4 star rated 17th Century Pub/Inn with restaurant close to Newbury, Newbury racecourse and Hungerford. The hotel offers bed and breakfast ensuite accommodation set in beautiful countryside ... More | visit website
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The Swan Inn (2.27 miles)

The Swan Inn

The Swan Inn at Inkpen is a perfect venue for an evening meal, a conference, a weekend exploring the Berkshire countryside, or a longer stay. The tastefully extended 17th-century village inn has 10 en suite bedrooms, ... More | visit website

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Images House (3.03 miles)

Images House
Images is a well appointed modern property with a very friendly welcome from Jenny & Terry.

We have close links to County Events Activity Centre offering Off Road 4x4, Clay Shooting, Quad Biking, Archery & ... More | visit website
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Three Swans Hotel (3.03 miles)

Three Swans Hotel

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A charming and historic coaching inn, situated in the beautiful Kennet Valley yet easy to reach, just 3 miles from junction 14 of the M4 and with excellent rail links. ... More

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Bear Hotel (3.04 miles)

Bear Hotel

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A 13th century Coaching Inn with a modern twist, that has been refurbished to bring it into the 21st century providing all the latest in mod-cons! Including plasma tvs,with 12 ... More | visit website

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Alderborne House (3.28 miles)

Alderborne House

Alderbourne House is the family home of Colin & Pat Honeybone. A modern detached family house situated on the southern edge of the town in a quiet location and backing on to open countryside. A ... More | visit website

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Rookwood Farmhouse (3.48 miles)

Rookwood Farmhouse
Rookwood Farmhouse B&B offers a warm welcome a quiet and comfortable night's sleep just outside Newbury. It has two pubs and a restaurant/spa in walking distance as well as a golf course and driving range. ... More | visit website
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Vineyard at Stockcross (3.67 miles)

Vineyard at Stockcross
Wine. it's what we do', our passion for fine wines is at the forefront of everything that we do at The Vineyard. A 5-red star hotel and spa, located between Newbury and Hungerford in Berkshire, just ... More | visit website
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Bell at Boxford (3.71 miles)

Bell at Boxford

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A traditional ‘Inn of distinction’ with FREE WIFI personally run by Paul and Helen Lavis, who have been your hosts for the past 21 years. Our trademark is a relaxing ... More | visit website

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