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Inns in Hungerford

Queens Arms Country Inn
Newbury Road
East Garston


RG17 7ET | View map

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The Queens Arms Country Inn, situated in the picturesque Valley of the Race Horse, offers a warm welcome, friendly service, an excellent meal and importantly a good night’s sleep in comfortable en-suite accommodation.The Queens Arms is ideally positioned for business and leisure travellers being only 5 minutes from Junction 14 of the M4 motorway, with the market town’s of Hungerford, Newbury, Oxford, Swindon and Reading are all within easy reach by car. The Queens offers a range of en-suite accommodation comprising double and twin and single rooms with direct dial telephones colour, Internet access and complimentary refreshments and all bedrooms are designated non-smoking.The Queen’s has a long-established reputation for its excellent country food, which is served daily in the lounge bar or the adjoining dinning room. Our convenient location, together with our accommodation makes the Queen’s ideal venue for a wide range of corporate events and activities. From team-building courses, business lunches to private meetings. For larger events, we have excellent relationships with several nearby conference venues and we can also arrange local transport if necessary.

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