Kintbury is a sought after village located within an Area of Outsanding Natural Beauty, with facilities that include a post office and shop, butchers, bakers, doctors surgery, train station, a primary school, 3 public houses and 2 churches. A bit further afield, the neighbouring towns of Hungerford and Newbury offer a wider range of shopping, recreational facilities and restaurants.
As well as the village primary school, there are a number of independent preparatory and secondary schools in the area including Cheam, Horris Hill, Thorngrove, Downe House, Marlborough and St. Gabriels
Nestling above the Kennet Canal, Kintbury forms part of a very large Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Local cultural destinations include Roman and Norman sites amidst a fantastic variety of walking and biking routes as well as fishing and boating along the canal. Nearby the bustling market towns of Hungerford (3 miles) and Newbury (6 miles) offer an extensive selection of shopping, restaurants and recreational facilities.
Kintbury benefits from excellent transport links. The train station is a convenient 10 minute walk and provides a direct journey to London Paddington with a fast 50 minute service available from Newbury. Road links are also very good with the nearby A4 linking the A34 to Oxford and the M4 at junction 13, to Heathrow and Central London.