The Dundas Arms

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

53 Station Road
Kintbury
Berkshire
England
RG17 9UT

The Dundas Arms, Kintbury

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The Dundas Arms is a glorious 18th Century pub with accommodation situated in the stunning village of Kintbury West Berkshire. We are uniquely positioned and nestled between the Kennet and Avon Canal and the River Kennet in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Features include Riverside rooms high quality linen ensuite bathrooms handmade Bramley toiletries flat screen TVs Free Wi-Fi and tea and coffee making facilities.

Our crowning jewel is our large garden which offers al fresco dining in the summer and is the perfect spot for a garden party or outdoor weddings. The Dundas Arms is proud to be part of The Epicurean Collection, a selection of some of Britain’s finest pubs and inns handpicked by the luxury lifestyle magazine, The Epicurean. There are 8 bedrooms, decorated in a sumptuous country house style, each featuring a luxurious bathroom complete with sumptuous handcrafted toiletries.

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