Hotels in Newbury
You don't need to get on a plane to find your perfect holiday. Travel just a few miles and you're sure to find the right setting for any kind of break, be it quiet and relaxed or action packed and exciting. Newbury in Berkshire is a happy mix of the two, a place where you'll find a bustling town centre surrounded by plenty of open countryside for walking and exploring and many historical landmarks for some culture and sightseeing. And with Ascot nearby, a day at the races will give you the perfect excuse to dress up and socialise. What's not to love? Thanks to Travelodge, finding hotels in Newbury doesn't have to be a hassle, with so many to choose from, whether you're travelling alone or with friends and need group accommodation, finding the right place for you is as easy as a few clicks.
Cheap hotels in Newbury
The Newbury London Road Hotel is well appointed and connected, with Newbury Railway station just half a mile away. Located near the centre of Newbury, it's a great choice for people keen to explore the pretty town. The Newbury Chieveley M4, along with the two Reading M4 hotels (one based Westbound, the other Eastbound) have excellent transport links for those wishing to explore the area by car and all are ideal for travelling to nearby Ascot. The Newbury Tot Hill hotel is just four miles from Newbury's centre and, like all the hotels in the area features king-sized beds, for an unbeatable night's sleep. The Basingstoke Hotel is centrally located and a great choice if you want to explore the Hampshire town. Don't forget, Travelodge's hotels in Newbury and in the surrounding areas offer great group accommodation options if you're travelling with friends.
Things to do near Newbury
As well as Ascot racecourse, a stay in Newbury means you'll be close to Highclere Castle, Donnington Castle and Windsor Castle, and West Berkshire Museum will be right on your doorstep. That much history and culture could keep you busy for weeks. And if if you're a fan of wildlife, head to The Living Rainforest and explore the tropics without ever leaving England.