The SpaceOur home is furnished in a mature way, with plenty of oak, artefacts from our global travels, and unique wooden furniture made by the owner's brother. The back garden has a secluded feel, with small trees, and a charming hideaway at the bottom, with its own water feature.
We also have a double-bedded room available on Airbnb. Guest AccessYou will share the general living space with us: sitting room, dining room and bathroom/toilet (with bath and shower). Your bedroom is your private space to come and go as you please. Access is through our front door, but you'll have a key during your stay if needed. Please let us know when you plan to arrive and depart: if possible, we like to welcome you personally, and see you on your way before you leave to check that all was satisfactory with your stay. Interaction with GuestsWe are very happy to give advice for sites of interest locally, and for places to eat and drink nearby. We enjoy walking the footpaths accessible from our home, and can give plenty of ideas for exploring the countryside of Wessex. The NeighborhoodOur house is within easy walking distance from Hungerford town centre, with its range of amenities, including antique shops, two small supermarkets, coffee shops, pubs, restaurants and a library
We are very close to some wonderful local countryside that is easy to explore on foot, bike, or by car.
The Kennet and Avon Canal and the River Kennet run through the town. Getting AroundLocal buses serve the towns of Newbury and Swindon and the villages in between. A good rail service from Hungerford GWR station gives hourly access to London Paddington, and Trains to the West Country (via Newbury or Reading).
The M4, with access to London (east) and Bath or Bristol (west), and the A34, with access to Oxford and the Midlands (north), and Salisbury, Portsmouth and the south coast (south) run close to the town.