Hotels and Pubs

Hungerford, a historic market town in Berkshire, offers a variety of accommodations and dining options for visitors. For those seeking a comfortable stay, hotels such as The Three Swans Hotel and Littlecote House provide top-notch services. The Three Swans Hotel, in particular, boasts a high rating of 9 out of 10 from Tripadvisor. For dining and socializing, Hungerford is home to several pubs that offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

The Downgate, located on the edge of Hungerford’s picturesque ancient common & the Kennet and Avon canal, offers traditional hospitality and contemporary style fayre. Another popular choice is The Borough Arms, a friendly neighbourhood pub that’s spacious inside with comfortable seating. These establishments not only provide delicious food and drinks but also serve as social hubs where locals and visitors can mingle and enjoy the vibrant local culture.

The Bear

Relaxed hotel in a 1200s inn featuring a restaurant & a riverside beer garden, plus free breakfast.

The John O’Gaunt

Convivial 16th-century pub, serving world beers, local ciders and British cuisine from local food.

The Plume

Convivial 16th-century pub, serving world beers, local ciders and British cuisine from local food.

The Downgate

The Downgate’s combination of traditional hospitality and contemporary style fayre welcomes locals, visitors, families and well behaved four-legged friends.

The Borough Arms

A friendly neighbourhood pub at the top of the High Street in Hungerford, with plenty of indoor seating and a lovely outdoor space with a patio and large garden.

The Three Swans

Our 17th century coaching inn is so much more than just a Berkshire Inn with rooms. We offer warming fires in winter, outside seating in thesummer, and superb seasonal menus that showcases the very best of Hungerford, Berkshire and beyond

The Retreat

The Retreat at Elcot Park is the perfect blend of quirky British sensibility and elegant authentic luxury; old and new; the refined and the comfortable, the local and the worldly.

Littlecote House Hotel

Built in the mid-1500s, this beautiful Grade I listed Tudor manor has a truly unique story. History is literally on your doorstep: the stunning location has played host to occupying Romans, a Tudor tryst and even a Civil War army.

The Pelican Inn

The Pelican Inn is a quaint, late 17th century pub with a warm, cosy atmosphere along with eight comfortable bedrooms and a friendly welcome guaranteed.

The Tally Ho!

The Tally Ho is a beautiful country pub, open every day, serving freshly cooked, homemade food and locally sourced ales. En-suite accommodation is also available 7 days a week.

The Wheatsheaf

Set within a beautiful early 19th century Grade II listed thatched roof building in the village of Chilton Foliat, Wiltshire, The Wheatsheaf serves seasonal and local Great British food led by executive chef Thomas Frake, MasterChef Champion 2020

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