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The village of Hambledon lies is to be found in Hampshire and there has been a settlement here since before Roman Times whilst the first recorded mention of Hambledon is accredited to King Edgar in 956.
A stroll through the streets of Hambledon is an interesting exercise, each of the cottages a little different from each other, but only limited architecture is available from before the 18th century. It was in the 18th century that two serious fires struck the village one destroying most of the east side of the High Street whilst the other destroyed part of the church.
Today though this village and its surroundings are very much protected by the Green Belt, the National Trust and a Parish Council that ensure the character of the village remains. Today, as always at the top of High Street is the village church of St Peter and St Paul, dating back to the 11th century in part, whilst the High Street itself contains many interesting timber framed buildings. Finally if you are visiting Hambledon then you must ensure that you pick up a bottle or two of the local wine at the Peoples Market which is made here in Hambledon.
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Places to Stay near Hambledon
Upland Park Hotel
Set in ten acres of Meon Valley Countryside on Main A32 route between Alton and Fareham. Close to Winchester, Portsmouth and Southampton. Very pretty and quiet location. Ideal for business ... More
Ye Olde George Inn
A delightful 15th century old coaching inn, with the River Meon running by the side of the building. Set in the heart of some of Hampshire's most beautiful countryside. Historic buildings nearby. ... More
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Ship & Bell
This charming 17th-century English pub/inn and restaurant offers a warm welcome to everyone, as well as varied home-cooked cuisine, fine wines and Fuller's award-winning ales.
With 14 stylish, refurbished bedrooms, the inn ... More
New Haven Bed & Breakfast
A warm welcome awaits you in our spacious home. We offer you comfortably equipped en-suite luxury rooms, continental breakfast, colour TV, tea/coffee facilities, iron and board, and hairdryers available on ... More
Premier Inn Portsmouth (Horndean)
Situated within easy reach of the A3(M). Local attractions include Staunton and Queen Elizabeth Country Parks, Gunwharf Quays and Portsmouth's historic Dockyard. For shops and local amenities Portsmouth city centre is 12 miles away.
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The Hampshire Hog
The Hampshire Hog is NOW OPEN for reservations. We are delighted that we have been graded as a 5 star guest accommodation property and our stylish bedrooms reflect this.
Set within 32 acres of idyllic parkland, this grade 1 listed Edwin Luytens designed Manor House is full of period charm and sits within easy reach of Portsmouth and Southampton ... More
Old House Hotel and Restaurant
Georgian house with boutique style luxury bedrooms. Located close to Chichester, Southampton, New Forest, Winchester & Portsmouth. Very popular AA award winning restaurant with friendly, professional service. The Old House ... More
George & Falcon
The George & Falcon is conveniently located on the A32, in the picturesque village of Warnford, within easy distance of Winchester, Fareham, Petersfield and Alresford. This rural pub, which has ... More
The George & Falcon Warnford Ltd
The George & Falcon is conveniently located on the A32, in the picturesque village of Warnford, within easy distance of Winchester, Portsmouth, Southampton, Fareham, Petersfield and Alresford. This rural pub, which has recently ... More
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