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Newbury Manor Hotel is a Grade II Listed Building exquisitely refurbished in 1999 which includes `THE RESTAURANT` and `THE RIVERBAR`.

The Hotel also has rooms for private conferences, meetings, dinners, parties, weddings and special events. There are 28 bedrooms and five suites, many with patios or balconies overlooking the river and grounds.

The atmosphere is warm, relaxed and inviting, with many comfortable furnishings, antiques and paintings that grace the reception rooms. You are assured of a warm welcome in the Atrium Reception where staff will ensure your every need is met and that your stay is both relaxing and envigorating.

Walk in the 9 acres of unspoilt woodlands and water meadows which teem with wildlife including deer. Whilst eating, watch the kingfisher from the terrace of The Riverbar as he flies over the calm pool at the confluence of the Rivers Kennet and Lambourne. See the crayfish climb out of the rushing white waters of the sluice in the evening light.

The Newbury Manor has 33 rooms on 2 floors.
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