Travel by car

Hungerford is well connected to the rest of the country by road. We are just off the A4 that runs between Marlborough and Newbury as well as not being far from the M4 motorway connecting Hungerford to London and Bristol. There are lots of parking facilities available for visitors to the town depending on your final destination. The high street has plenty of parking on the west side which can be paid for on apps or at the machines. The majority of pubs, restaurants and hotels have their own car parks as does Tesco’s off the high street.

Hungerford is located at an important junction of several roads. The east-west London to Bath road, which became the Speenhamland to Marlborough Turnpike, and the north-south Oxford to Salisbury road, which became the Besselsleigh to Hungerford Turnpike and the Hungerford to Leckford Sousley Water Turnpike.

Church Street Pay & Display Car Park

Church Street
West Berkshire
RG17 0JG

Hungerford Station Road Car Park

Station Road
West Berkshire
RG17 0DY

Electric Car Travel to Hungerford

If you are travelling to Hungerford by electric car, you need to plan your visit in advance. There are quite a few low voltage chargers connected to lampposts in the high street but they take a long time to charge and quite often are blocked by parked cars. You can see on this map the points within the town.

1. Cobbs Farm Shop has Pod Points and is located a few miles west of Hungerford.
2. Membury Services on both sides of the M4 has a good selection of chargers including Tesla Super Chargers.
3. Tot Hill Services on the A34 South of Newbury has both Tesla and a brand new selection of Shell Chargers.

Newbury Town Centre has an endless choice of chargers of all speeds.

Car Charging in Hungerford

Alternative ways to travel

Travel by Bus

Travel by Train

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