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Inns in Burghclere

Carnarvon Arms
Winchester Road
Whitway

Burghclere
Berkshire

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Welcome to the Carnarvon Arms, a modern day country inn offering sensational food, stylish bedrooms and sensible prices. The Carnarvon Arms, located a short distance from junction 13 of the M4 and close to many attractions such as Highclere Castle and Newbury Race Course, is an ideal retreat for business travellers and leisure visitors alike.

Our Grade II listed building was built in the 1800s as a coaching inn providing a stop off for travellers to nearby Highclere Castle, home to the present Lord and Lady Carnarvon. It is now beautifully renovated offering a stunning dining room with a high vaulted ceiling, a thriving friendly bar, 23 stylish bedrooms and private meeting room facilities.

We have a keen focus on offering sensational food in stunning but informal surroundings. The Carnarvon Arms is the perfect place to meet whether for a quick lunch, a delicious evening meal, private party, conference, meeting, wedding, Christmas party or a relaxing weekend away. We look forward to welcoming you to the Carnarvon Arms.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star Silver Award
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