Only minutes walk from Hungerford High Street and at the heart of Charnham Business Park, Herongate Apartments are perfect for business and leisure alike, whether for a single night or short term (90 day max) stay.

All adult guests at Herongate Apartments benefit from free access to Herongate Club.

Guests also benefit from a discount at Honesty Café. Located inside Herongate Club, Honesty Café serves ethically sourced teas and coffee, as well as healthy breakfasts, hearty sandwiches, and drinks.
Your safety is our priority. For this reason:
Our apartments have individual access points, meaning you never have to use the same door or entranceway as other residents.
Electronic entrance cards are available to you, to make your experience contact-free.
We encourage you to pay online.
We have enhanced our cleaning procedures, with cleaning staff adhering to strict hygiene guidance.
The Utility Room must be accessed one person at a time.
We observe social distancing rules, and expect you to do the same.
Spacious rooms and an outdoor garden/patio
Access to Herongate Club (swimming pool, SPA, gym) for adult guests
Discount at Honesty Café
Fully furnished
Fully equipped kitchen with fridge, oven, microwave, and dishwasher
Washing machine
Pet friendly
Non-smoking apartments
Housekeeping and laundry (weekly)
Short-term lets of up to 3 months available (housekeeping and laundry extra)
Guest Welcome Pack (available on request)
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Herongate Apartments,
Charnham Business Park,
Hungerford RG17 0YU
Travel Times
From Hungerford Train Station: 14-minute walk (with direct trains under an hour to London Paddington)
From central Newbury: 16-minute drive via the A4
From Heathrow Airport: 1 hour drive via the M4 (53 miles)
  • Fitness at Herongate Club

    All adult guests at Herongate Apartments benefit from free access to next-door Herongate Club, including:
    Gym use
    Access to pool (upon reservation)
    Class attendance (for a small fee, subject to avalability)
    Sunroom (sun bed, for a small fee, subject to availability)
  • Hungerford

    Hungerford is a market town with a lasting appeal. Its medieval streets are dotted with antiques stores, high-end art galleries, and wine shops, and its High Street transforms into a bustling market on Wednesdays. It is at the heart of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and forms part of the Great West Way.

    Hungerford is the perfect starting point for bike or boat rides along the famous Kennet and Avon Canal, as well as trips to prehistoric sites, quaint villages, and stunning countryside (over 120 species of birds live in the surrounding marshes). Engineering enthusiasts can also visit the Crofton Beam Engines (featuring the world’s oldest working beam engine).
  • Prehistoric Britain

    The Avebury World Heritage Site contains some of the most important sites of the Neolithic Era, is just a short drive away from our apartments. Starting with Avebury, a well-known henge monument that features the world’s largest megalithic stone circle, you can then explore nearby Silbury Hill, Windmill Hill, The Sanctuary, West Kennet Long Barrow, West Kennet Avenue, and Beckhampton Avenue.
  • Village Walks

    There are so many villages of historic significance around our Herongate Apartments that you’ll find it hard to decide which to visit first.

    Marlborough is a quintessential market town in the historic county of Wiltshire. Its centrepiece is the 15th century church in which Henry VIII’s famous Lord High Chancellor, Cardinal Wolsey, was first ordained. It is also home to one of England’s most famous colleges.

    Ramsbury, whose existence was recorded in the 1086 Domesday Book and is known for its street fairs, has several Grade I-listed buildings, including the Church of the Holy Cross, Ramsbury Manor (dating to the 1680s), Littlecote House, and Axford Farmhouse (with its 13th century chapel).

    Inkpen, mentioned at least as far back as in a 935 AD Anglo Saxon charter, is a stone’s throw from Walbury Camp, an Iron Age hill fort.

    Kintbury, whose striking St Mary’s Church dates to the 12th century, also features a 19th century vicarage frequented by Jane Austen.
  • Highclere Castle

    One of England’s most famous estates and the darling of British television since Downtown Abbey’s enormous success, Highclere Castle was designed by architect Charles Barry (of Houses of Parliament renown) and boasts a park designed by Capability Brown. The house and gardens are open to the public, as is the Egyptian Exhibition – a reminder of the 5th Earl of Carnarvon’s discovery, together with Howard Carter, of the tomb of Pharaoh Tutankhamen in 1922.
  • Basildon Park

    Designed by John Carr in the Palladian style but with neoclassical interiors, Basildon Park is a late 18th century country home with a complex ownership history, including to property developer George Ferdinando, who first aimed to deconstruct the home and rebuild it, brick by brick, in the United States.
  • Thameside and Countryside Paths

    Beautiful walking and cycling paths are only minutes away from our serviced apartments. The surrounding area is also a favourite among birdwatchers, with over 120 species of birds living in the surrounding marshes. If you want to be a little more adventurous, we suggest heading to Combe Gibbet, which offers striking views and is popular with hang gliders.