The Swan Inn hotel organic food restaurant at Inkpen is a perfect venue for an evening meal, a conference, a weekend exploring the Berkshire countryside, or a longer stay. he tastefully extended 17th-century village inn has 10 en suite bedrooms, and is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the North Wessex Downs. The Swan is owned by local organic beef farmers Mary and Bernard Harris. The menus for the hotel restaurant and bar food feature organic produce. Vincenzo has brought an italian flavour to the menu with several classic dishes, as well as beef from the farm. Our famous range of sausages are on sale in the farm shop attached to the Swan Inn.
Situated in the heart of England, near Newbury and Hungerford, the Inn is ideal as a base to visit many places of great interest including Stonehenge, Donnington Castle and the Kennet Avon Canal.The historic Wayfarers Way starts nearby. Walbury Iron Age Hill Fort, next to Combe Gibbet, is the highest point in Southern England at 984ft and is within a mile of the Swan Inn. The Inkpen recreational walk takes you past all those landmarks. It is also the ideal place to stay if you are going to Newbury race course or visiting Lambourn stables.
Ideal for walking and cycling holidays.
Directions: From M4 Junction 14, go south to Hungerford. Continue down Hungerford High Street, under the railway bridge, turn left into Park Street for the common, then right on the common - signposted Inkpen.
You can check in from 12:00. You need to check out by 10:00.