Wedding venues

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.

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.

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.

Donnington Grove Hotel and Country Club

Donnington Grove Hotel and Country Club

Situated in the heart of Berkshire, Donnington Grove Hotel is a stunning country hotel nestled in the tranquil countryside near Newbury. Set in 500 acres of gorgeous countryside, the hotel boasts unrivalled views of Donnington Castle, the beautiful River Lambourn and all the wildlife that calls it home.

Getting to know you… Cobbs, much more than a farm shop
As you walk into Cobbs newly refurbished and extended café, it’s easy to see why this business is thriving.

Freedom of the town awards
Last month, three upstanding citizens from our local community: Norman Barr, Chris Scorey and Catherine Wooliston were presented with the prestigious Freedom of the Town award for 2018, recognising their unique contributions to Hungerford.

Luxury honeymoon on a budget
Are you getting married over the Christmas period in 2018? Fare Wise Travel are offering an exclusive 7-night winter beach-chillout honeymoon with an all-inclusive luxury package.

Honeymoon? You need a honeypot!
Over the last century newlyweds have been evolving, much rarer is the trepidation of a blushing bride about to leave her family home for the first time.

Those of us who live here don't have to think twice, we love it and, you've had a job to persuade us to go elsewhere.

Compared to many towns, Hungerford High Street is in good shape. It is better now than it has been for years...

Walking in the beautiful areas of outstanding natural beauty in and around Hungerford is a very special experience.

Next time you visit Littlecote House keep a wary eye out for ghosts. That black dog you see on the stairs may not be all it seems!

Enjoy your visit and don't foget to let us know how it went