A two night break in Berkshire will give you ample time to explore the beautiful countryside surrounding the Crown and Garter. Dating back to the 17th century, this charming inn boasts unrivalled character, stunning gardens and an atmosphere of warm hospitality. You and your guest will stay for two nights and will receive breakfast on both mornings of your stay. This wholly unique country inn is perfect for a two night break to remember.
You and your guest will be welcomed to the hotel for two nights' accommodation in a double or twin room. You'll receive breakfast in the mornings, helping you feel your best for a day spent enjoying the Berkshire countryside.
This experience is available at Berkshire:
Berkshire (South West) - Hungerford
Your voucher is valid for ten months for two people, entitling you to two nights' accommodation including breakfast for both guests on each morning. Please have your voucher to hand when you contact the hotel to arrange a date for your stay. All dates are subject to availability.
1This two night break will give you plenty of time to absorb the pristene beauty of the Berkshire countryside. Dating back to the 17th century, the Crown and Garter boasts original period features, stunning gardens and a warm and relaxed atmosphere. You and your guest will stay for two nights and receive breakfast on each morning of your stay. This unique rural inn makes a blissful location for those in seeking a relaxing break.
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1 out of 1(100%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
The very friendly hosts made us most welcome. The Inn is set amongst beautiful countryside in a very pretty Olde English village.The pub has a rustic charm and some very fine real ales. I recommend Good Old Boy. The restaurant though small offers a fine menu and the home cooked food all locally sourced is superbly cooked by Chris the landlord. 10 out of 10 for the cuisine.The accommodation is very good. All in all a very pleasant place to stay in a lovely part of England.