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Inns in Newbury

Bacon Arms
10 Oxford Street
Newbury
Berkshire

RG14 1JB | View map
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The Bacon Arms in Newbury is a 17th Century Inn with an intriguing history dating back to the Civil War. A homely atmosphere and a wealth of character await your visit, with many original classic English features and 13 en-suite bedrooms furnished to a high standard, gracefully combining the old and the new. The inn is conveniently located in the heart of the ancient town of Newbury on the A34 between Oxford and Southampton, near Newbury Race Course and a number of other historical landmarks including Highclere Castle, Donnington Castle and the famous Corn Exchange Theatre. Pub food is served all day with a choice of a main or snack menu. Hotel accommodation prices include our fantastic free breakfast.

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