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Three Swans Hotel

117 High Street, Hungerford, Wiltshire RG17 0LZ

25 rooms · ★★★ · from £0 · 139 reviews

A charming and historic coaching inn situated in the beautiful Kennet Valley yet easy to reach just 3 miles from junction 14 of the M4 and with excellent rail links. Three Swans Hotel in the centre of Hungerford invites you to experience a wealth of dining opportunities and a friendly welcome at this historic Hotel. Ideally located for exploration of an area of unspoilt natural rural charm steeped in history and myth with bustling market towns beautiful country homes and ancient landmark symbols such as the White Horse Silbury Hill and Avebury Stone Circle. The hotel s 25 charming en-suite bedrooms offer modern facilities. With Flat screen TVs Free Wi-Fi access Freeview Tea & Coffee making facilities Hair Dryers and Mineral Water provided guests are sure to have a pleasant and relaxing stay. The Hotel A La Carte Restaurant provides elegant yet comfortable surroundings in which to enjoy the delicious and ample meals. With a splendid choice of dishes from an exciting and constantly changing menu together with a wide range of carefully selected wines. For a less formal dining experience guests can dine in either the Atrium Lounge or Bar. The Town Bar is a focal point for people in Hungerford as it serves real ales fine wines and excellent bar meals. This is also a pleasant area to have a quiet drink whilst deciding what to eat in the restaurant. The area is steeped in history. Within a short distance lies the giant White Horse of Uffington cut into the chalk hillside and Dragon Hill where George is said to have slain the dragon. Nearby Uffington Castle is an Iron Age fort dating from 500BC. Stonehenge is also an easy drive away. including Highclere Castle bearing a resemblance to the Houses of Parliament both being designed by Sir Charles Barry. The Kennet and Avon Canal runs through the town centre close to the hotel. The delightful towpath runs all the way from London to Bristol and is open to walkers and cyclists.