The Queens Arms is situated in quaint village of East Garston. A quiet and attractive village of some 300 inhabitants set in the beautiful Lambourn Valley, about four miles from junction 14 of the M4. London is barely an hour away, Heathrow 45 minutes and Swindon and Reading only a couple of stops down the motorway; but despite its easy access to these bustling places, East Garston feels like a world away from all of them.
By Road. The Queen’s is about 70 miles from central London and about four miles from junction 14 of the M4. The A338 takes you most of the way to Great Shefford; thereafter, follow the country road to East Garston (see maps). The hotel is on the right hand side, just as you enter the village. The hotel and Parsonage Lodge both have ample car-parking space.
By Rail. The nearest station is at Hungerford (about eight miles away) with direct trains to Newbury, Reading, Slough and London Paddington.
By Air. Heathrow is about 45 minutes away along the M4. The airports at Southampton, Bristol and Bournemouth are also within easy reach.
By Helicopter. Landing pad available a short walk from the hotel.