Hotels

The Bear Hotel Hungerford

The Bear Hotel Hungerford

Thought to date back to the 13th Century, The Bear is one of Britain's oldest inns and combines all the charm of a historic market town hotel with the very best of modern amenities, having been completely refurbished in 2013.

The Three Swans

The Three Swans

Welcoming you to The Three Swans Hotel, a traditional and historic coaching inn, which, while it has been altered over the years to reflect changing tastes, still retains the original archway through which carriages once entered the courtyard.

Mercure Newbury Elcot Park Hotel

Mercure Newbury Elcot Park Hotel

Former home of poet Percy Shelley, Elcot Park Hotel is an exceptional Georgian country retreat set in 16 acres of landscaped gardens within a parkland estate of outstanding natural beauty.

Littlecote House Hotel

Littlecote House Hotel

Elegantly located in the Royal county of Berkshire, this stunning Grade I listed Tudor property is full of charm and character.

The Sun Inn Hungerford

The Sun Inn Hungerford

With their motto, ‘Drink, Eat, Sleep’, Don and Sue Law are breathing new life into the Sun Inn on the A4 at the edge of Hungerford.

Elephant Pangbourne

Elephant Pangbourne

Set in the upscale Thameside village of Pangbourne, the Elephant is a stylish but relaxed Empire-themed 19th Century hotel with beautifully handcrafted Indian furniture, rich oriental rugs and delicate fabrics Only 3 minutes walk from Pangbourne railway station the Elephant is an easily accessible oasis of laid-back charm and friendliness.

All Change at the Chamber
On Thursday, 2nd March the Hungerford Chamber of Commerce held its AGM at the Three Swans to discuss findings from the recent Business Survey and what role the Chamber needs to play to best serve local businesses and retailers

Sail around the world for free
On Friday 5th January, 2018, cruise ship Columbus will depart from London's Tilbury Dock for an historic 121 night grand circumnavigation of the globe.

Fabulous and Orignal Gift Idea
As gift givers, we are moving away from the item towards the experience.