Hungerford Common

Common Port Down, Hungerford Town and Manor

The perfect place to enjoy a picnic, walk your dog, exercise, or simply sit and enjoy the views and wildlife. Hungerford Common, or Common Port Down to give one of its many other names, is 220 acres (89 hectares)… Read More

The Croft

The Croft, Hungerford

The most ancient part of Hungerford, The Croft was the village green, before the ‘new’ town was laid out between 1180 and 1250. The Croft, or Church Croft as it’s also known, is roughly 1¼ acres of green… Read More

Freeman’s Marsh

Rarely spotted Glossy Ibis, in Freeman's Marsh, Hungerford Town & Manor

A very special place, Freeman’s Marsh covers 90 acres of wildlife habitat that straddles the Rivers Dun and Kennet, and the Avon Canal to the west of Hungerford. The marsh is home to a wide variety of wild birds,… Read More

Hungerford Marsh Nature Reserve

At the Town and Manor, we don’t just care for inherited land, we also do what we can to acquire land, to ensure its ongoing protection. In 2015 we were delighted to be able to add Hungerford Marsh… Read More

John O’Gaunt Inn

The John O'Gaunt Inn, Hungerford, owned by the Town and Manor of Hungerford

Dating back to the 13th century, this charming Grade II listed inn epitomises the traditional values of a great pub, with interesting locally brewed ales – some even brewed in the pub’s own microbrewery, ciders, gins and delicious… Read More