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Tel code: 01252 | code search
Postcode: RG27 | code search
Population: 530
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The village of Winchfield in Hampshire lies between the River Whitewater and the River Hart, mentioned in the Domesday Book and with its Norman Church, built circa the 12th century. The village has had an important part to play in the history of the south for it was here in the19th century that the railways first arrived and from here all the mail for the south was brought from London and then sent on for distribution by mail coach. Today, because of the railway access to London or Basingstoke is relatively easy making this a convenient location for those residents who have to travel. The 19th century also brought the canal network here and today it is used for recreation, the industry having long since disappeared, the scenery alongside the canal is possibly the most attractive found anywhere in these parts of Hampshire and it is easy to understand why it is so popular.


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Winchfield Inn (0.24 miles)

Winchfield Inn

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for over two centuries travellers and local residents have enjoyed the hospitality comfort excellent ale, fine fayre and beautiful surroundings of this charming 17th century inn.The Inn is conveniently situated ... More

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Lamb Hotel (1.47 miles)

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A family run business set in the idyllic village of Hartley Wintney, The Lamb Hotel and Agnello Italian restaurant, is a 17th Century coaching Inn with 15 bedrooms and original ... More

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The Elvetham (1.61 miles)

The Elvetham

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The Elvetham is a stunning 19th Century Victorian Mansion, steeped in history, set in 35 acres of immaculate gardens and grounds in Hampshire.

The Elvetham hotel has 70 bedrooms available on ... More | visit website

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Hook House Hotel (1.75 miles)

Hook House Hotel

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Grade 2 Listed Georgian House set in 2 acres of sweeping lawns. 2 mins from M3 JNC 5, and less than 1 hour from London. Hook Station is 1 mile.2 ... More

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White Hart Hotel (2.20 miles)

White Hart Hotel

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The White Hart Hotel is situated in the centre of Hook. This 16th Century coaching house was the 5th licensed premises in England giving the bar and hotel bundle's ... More

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Raven Hotel (2.25 miles)

Raven Hotel

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The Raven is next to Hook Train Station (40 minutes to Waterloo) and 0.5 miles from the M3. The hotel has a friendly, traditional bar and restaurant, and en suite rooms. The ... More

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Days Inn Fleet (2.43 miles)

Days Inn Fleet

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Close to Windsor Castle and Legoland, with Thorpe Park and Chessington within easy reach, this modern building offers smart, accommodation in spacious and well-equipped bedrooms. With a convenient location just off the ... More

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George Hotel (2.65 miles)

George Hotel

Family owned AA 3 star 15th century coaching inn located in the centre of a very picturesque Hampshire village. Easy access, only 2 miles off the M3 motorway and mainline train station to London ... More | visit website

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Lismoyne Hotel (2.78 miles)

Lismoyne Hotel
A classic Country House Hotel set in 3 acres of landscaped grounds. A quiet, peaceful location yet only 2 minutes from Fleet Town Centre and perfect for both business & pleasure. The Lismoyne Hotel maintains ... More | visit website
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Tylney Hall (3.18 miles)

Tylney Hall

A magnificent Victorian mansion set amongst 66 acres of landscaped gardens and woodlands, Tylney Hall is the perfect location for every occasion. Luxurious accommodation is complimented by award winning cuisine in the Oak Room Restaurant ... More | visit website

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