Hotels in Hampshire
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Basingstoke, Hampshire, England
Located in one of the premier tree lined streets in Basingstoke, The Copper Beeches Hotel offers a warm and relaxed atmosphere. The hotel, made up of two Edwardian houses, was once home to a leading merchant and mayor of Basingstoke.
Alton, Hampshire, England
An ideal base for Business and Leisure Guests. Situated in the Heart of Alton, you do not need a Taxi or Bus to access the Towns local facilities.Our guests include many people of sense and sensibility - that is to say, devotees of Jane Austen, who make their pilgrimage to her cottage in the Chawton area of Alton during their stay with us. The cottage now is a popular tourist attraction and museum dedicated to Jane's life and work. Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice were written here. But you don't have to be a fan of Jane Austen to enjoy the pretty village of Chawton or the attractions of the Swan Hotel. Situated in the main high street of this pretty market town the Swan Hotel is a beautifully kept & presented Old English Hotel.Dating back to pre 1377, when first mentioned in Charter, the hotel has accommodated many famous guests, including, Queen Elizabeth the First, The Earl of Essex, Lord Nelson, Sir Francis Drake, Judge Jeffries (The hanging Judge), Field Marshall Montgomery, Lord Baden Powell to name but a few.The rooms have recently been refurbished.Only 8 Miles from Petersfield, 11 from Basingstoke and 4 miles from Selbourne.
Alton, Hampshire, England
The Grange Hotel stands in glorious landscaped gardens on the outskirts of the market town of Alton in Hampshire with views over the surrounding countryside. Yet just one hour to the south of Central London (train Alton/Waterloo). Just 3 minutes from Jane Austen's house at Chawton and 20 minuetes from Winchester and its Cathedral. The local villages of Selborne, Alresford and Farnham are within easy access and Stonehenge and the New Forest are approx 45 minutes away. The Grange offers a warm and friendly welcome. From the moment you step into reception you will be greeted with a smile and can be guaranteed a professional and efficient service. The elegant award winning Truffles Restaurant (2 AA Rosette) really is a treat to dine in. An exquisite setting in relaxing surroundings offering excellent World Fusion cuisine and an extensive list of fine wines or lighter meals in MUFFINS Brasserie. On warm and balmy days, meals can be served on the Sun-Terrace overlooking the delightful gardens. Stroll around the grounds, look out for the many statues set in amongst the shrubs, look at the Temple Room at the end of the garden, sit on the Balloon Patio under the Pergola, or just marvel at the selection of over 70 different Tiffany Lamps both inside and out.
Ringwood, Hampshire, England
Moortown Lodge is a charming family run Georgian house hotel offering a warm welcome and luxury B&B accommodation.
Petersfield, Hampshire, England
Situated on the foothills of the south downs, the hotel offers peace and tranquility in the beautiful countryside on the Sussex Hampshire border. Originally called Dumpford House, it was built as a two-storey, three-bay house towards the end of the 19th Century by the Hon. John Jervis Carnegie (1807-1892), who had bought the neighbouring Fair Oak estate from the Paget family in around 1850. High Sheriff of Sussex in 1862, he was the third son of the 7th Earl of Northesk and his initials can be seen on the stone boundary post to the left of the Southdowns entrance. Although today the area has easy access to Gatwick and Heathrow airports and, by road or rail, to London and the south coast, it is still very much a farming community, as it was in the days of the Dumpford Hundred Court. The area is dominated by the South Downs of which the poet, F W Bourdillon (1852-1921) who lived locally, wrote Soft are the hills of Sussex, low and long,and softly rounded as a mothers arm, about a cradle, dimpled, naked and strong, a fence against the fear of some dim harm.It is ideal walking country, and for guests who want to forget their cars for a while and take to the Sussex byways, there are many delightful villages with ancient churches, manor houses and pubs within a few miles of the Southdowns. There are also wonderful walks on the South Downs with far reaching views of the villages nestling at the foot of the Downs.There are plenty of places of interest further a field;Goodwood with its racecourse and historic house; Petworth with its antique shops and Petworth House, ancestral seat of the Wyndhams; the cathedral towns of Chichester and Winchester.Southdowns was bought by its present owners in 1983, and has since been sensitively restored and enlarged into the present hotel and restaurant, together with a purpose-built conference center which attracts seminars from all over the country.Please join us for a relaxing and peaceful stay.