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Amport Inn
Sarson Amport
Andover
Hampshire

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The Amport Inn is over 200 years old and was once home of the Marquis of Winchester coachman. The hotel is beautifully situated overlooking a tributary of the River Test, surrounded by fields and fabulous scenery. Trading as a freehouse, this village style Inn offers a very warm welcome to locals, travellers and overnight guests boasting a large front bar, pool table and darts board, a relaxed, grassed beer garden, seperate restaurant function room and 10 guest rooms. Accommodation at The Amport Inn provides everything you need for a short or long stay. We offer a selection of Double, Twin, Triples and a Family room made up of 1 double and 2 single beds. All rooms are ensuite, contain a Freeview box and have access to free WiFi internet. Guests are greeted on arrival with a welcome tray with tea, coffee, biscuits and bottled water. In the mornings breakfast is available from 8:30am - 9:30am but must be booked the night before, a choice of Continental or full English breakfast. Guests can enjoy quality, homemade pub grub at reasonable prices. We offer a light, snack menu as well as a frequently updated A la Carte menu, available all times of the day, sundays, why not try our traditional roast with all your favourite trimmings. In the bar we offer a good variety of real ales, lagers, stouts and all your favourite spirits. The restaurant provides a comfortable & relaxed atmosphere with views across the open fields down to the river. The Amport Inn is great for families as it offers fantastic walks and cycling. Located 4 miles from Andover and 1 mile from the A303, ideally situated close to the Hawk Conservatory and the world famous StoneHenge.

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