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Welcome to Berkshire

Perfectly placed among the scenic rolling fields of Berkshire’s chalk downlands, yet conveniently close to the M4, we’re perfectly positioned just minutes from Britain’s jumps racing capital Lambourn and the antiques Mecca of Hungerford.
Our scenic corner of Berkshire is rich in attractions to discover and activities to enjoy.

Visit Marlborough

Marlborough is a charming historic market town just 13 miles away across the county border in Wiltshire. Sitting on the River Kennet and boasting one of the widest high streets in England, the town is home to a unique mix of quaint architectural styles, from half-timbered cottages to ornate red-brick mansion houses to the handsome stone churches at each end of the main street.

Historic Hungerford

A beautiful market town, characterised by handsome Georgian architecture, Hungerford is best known today as a thriving hub for antique shops and fairs. Just four miles from us, it is also home to several authentic country outfitters, and is a good embarkation point for narrowboat trips along the Kennet and Avon Canal.

Highclere Castle

A loved local landmark whose fame went global with its casting as the titular mansion in TV’s Downton Abbey, the Victorian-era Highclere Castle is set in 1,000 acres of sweeping Hampshire parkland designed by the renowned 18th-century landscape gardener Capability Brown.

Avebury Stone Circles

Dating back more than 4,000 years to Neolithic times, three monumental stone circles stand around the Wiltshire village of Avebury. Visitors are welcome to wander among the mysterious sarsen-stone monoliths and immerse themselves in the ambiance.