The Bunk Inn is an extraordinary spot to unwind with a beverage, have a wonderful dinner with loved ones or appreciate a peaceful stay in glorious surroundings. Located in the little town of Curridge, only four miles from Newbury and two miles from the M4 and A34.
What style cuisine is on offer at The Bunk Inn?
The Bunk Inn’s team of expert chefs cook delicious and innovative menus daily, with as many of the ingredients as possible sourced from local producers.
The Bunk Inn work with the area’s best family-run food producers, liaising with them regularly to ensure they always get the very best produce available season by season.
The chefs change the menu frequently and offer daily specials that take advantage of the seasonal crops and the best cuts of meat.
If you want to see the team in action book the chefs table and get a window on life in the kitchen, with great ingredients and watch your meal from start to plate.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Bunk Inn?
The twin, double and family rooms all have en-suite bathrooms with a range of luxurious toiletries. Each room has a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee-making facilities, hot chocolate, biscuits and mineral water are also provided.
You have 24-hour room access and check in is all day and, by prior arrangement, outside of licensing hours. The Bunk Inn has on-site car parking for guests as well as free Wi-Fi access throughout.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the nr Newbury area?
The Bunk Inn is a fabulous base for investigating the excellent West Berkshire open country and the numerous extraordinary spots to visit close by.
For history lovers and fans of TV show as The Bunk Inn is only five miles from the staggering Highclere Castle, the setting for the worldwide TV wonders Downton Abbey. For those visiting there is a committed page on the website to assist guests with benefiting as much as possible from their outing.
Anyway there is substantially more history than just Highclere, the remaining parts of Donnington Castle where Henry VIII and Elizabeth I stayed is a little more than a mile away; the Elizabethean Shaw House in Newbury is currently available to people in general; and the Sandham Memorial Chapel with its staggering and provocative Stanley Spencer works of art are definitely justified even despite an hour of anybody's time.
In the event that you're searching for something a bit different it’s worth spending a day at nearby Newbury Racecourse.