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Hotels in Hungerford

Bear Hotel
41 Charnham St
Hungerford
Berkshire

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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 channels and movies on demand, wi-fi, luxury bathrooms and Eygptain cotton duvets to wrap round in!

In addition our chef has created wonderful dishes made with all fresh ingredients that are cooked to order and offer excellent value for money,whether you eat in the Restaurant or the Brasserie.

Whatever the occasion nothing is too much trouble, we aim to ensure our customers get great value for money and an enjoyable visit ..............but don't take ourword for it come and see for yourself.

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Nearest Train Station: Hungerford
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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star 2 Rosette
Number of Rooms: 41
Number Ensuite: 41

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Room only incl VAT
Double: From 80
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Cuisine: Modern European

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