About Newbury Railway Station
Newbury Railway Station is the central train station serving the historic market town of Newbury, Berkshire. It was opened in 1847 by the Berks and Hants Railway, and served as an important junction for the Didcot, Newbury, and South Hampton Railway. It’s currently managed by Great Western Railway.
Lose yourself in The North Wessex Downs
The North Wessex Downs is a staggering Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, sprawling over parts of Oxfordshire, Berkshire, and Wiltshire. The downs cover Nearly 700 square miles of unspoilt, rolling hills and forest, and is protected due to its variety of wildlife habitats, with 66 different sites of Special Scientific Interest. If you’re visiting Nearby, a walk or cycle through this beautiful area is certainly worth making the time for.
Donnington Castle - Newbury’s most imposing relic
Newbury has a long and often turbulent history, but the ruins of Donnington Castle is by far its most well-known relic. Though the mighty fortress is no more, the imposing two-towered gatehouse that secured it throughout the medieval period still stands, surrounded by thought-provoking earth works. Visitors can learn about the lavish life of its former owner, Sir Richard Abberbury, and other prominent figures who stayed here, including Henry VIII.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Newbury Railway Station? Travelodge Newbury London Road Hotel is just five minutes away by car, and Travelodge Newbury Chieveley M4 Hotel can be reached in 10.