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Hotels in Buttermere

This quiet, rural hamlet is surrounded by picture-perfect rolling hills and winding country lanes, and is just a few kilometres from Walbury Hill, the highest hill in Southeast England. Although there are no Buttermere hotels, there are plenty of fantastic accommodation establishments in the vicinity.

The church

Buttermere is overlooked by the historic Church of St. James, which has stood over the settlement for well over 700 years and is one of the smallest churches in Southeast England. In the 1840s, Robert Jewell Withers, the eminent London architect, was commissioned to redesign the church after it had fallen into serious decay following years of neglect.

Places to visit in the local area


The charming market town of Hungerford is probably best known for its annual Hocktide celebration, and is within the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Popular restaurants here include the friendly English-themed John O'Gaunt, the exquisite French and European-themed Wamesley Restaurant, and the delightful Moonlight Indian Restaurant. Hungerford is also home to the stylish, budget-friendly Days Inn Membury Hotel and The Bear Hotel, the latter of which is noted for its beautiful country style interior.


Another attractive market centre, Newbury is renowned for its historic racecourse and is close to the ruins of the 14th-century Donnington Castle. This pleasant town is also home to several acclaimed restaurants such as French-themed Brebis and the English-themed Spotted Dog, as well as sophisticated hotels such as the Donnington Grove Hotel and the Mercure Newbury Elcot Park Hotel. Newbury is also the home of the imposing Elizabethan mansion of Shaw House, which has welcomed many royal figures over the years and is now a popular visitor attraction.

Highclere Castle

Best known for being the filming location of the world-famous television drama 'Downton Abbey', Highclere Castle is a formidable country mansion built in the 19th century. The outstanding Renaissance-Revival style building overlooks beautifully landscaped grounds that were designed by one of Britain's most prolific landscapers, Lancelot 'Capability' Brown. He was also commissioned to design the grounds of Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, London's Kew Gardens, and Warwick Castle

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