Inns in Inkpen

Crown & Garter
Inkpen Common

RG17 9QR

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

The Innís ancient and unique charm can best be glimpsed in the bar area, the oldest part, which boasts a huge inglenook fireplace and criss-crossed beams and provides a fine selection of local and guest real ales, malt whiskies and good wines.

The Crown and Garter offers a delicious and interesting variety of dishes, all freshly prepared on the premises by our resident Chef using local produce. These can be enjoyed in either the non smoking restaurant area, bar or outside in our enclosed beer garden under ancient English oak.

Eight purpose built bedrooms surround a private very pretty cottage garden complete with pond. All the bedrooms are very quiet, non smoking, spacious with comfortable beds and tastefully decorated. The rooms are all en-suite with power-showers and are well equipped with TV and video, tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryers.

For business executives the Inn is conveniently situated about 10 minutes from M4 junctions 13/14 and is close to Hungerford (4miles) and Newbury (6miles). The Inn is frequented by many repeat business customers. The Inn has free off road parking and free WIFI access.


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8

Price per Person

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: £45
Twin: £45
Single: £59.50
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Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - All rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected - AA
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms

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