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County - Hampshire | Map
Tel code: 01730 | code search
Postcode: GU33 | code search
Population: 5400
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Jolly Drover
"What a fabulous pub. Went with my sister for a midday lunch. Great choice of food, nicely cooked and presented. We went into the garden to finish off ..." More

Spread Eagle
"A roaring log fire, friendly staff and locals, and the absence of tinny muzak made this visit a lovely treat.

Date visited: 1 /12 / 06 ..." More

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The town of Liss lies within the county of Hampshire and can trace its history back to being mentioned in the Domesday Survey of 1086. The church of St Peter’s was built in the 15th/16th century and does boast a tower that was first built in the 13th century and is said to be situated on the site of an old wooden church. There is also the church of St Mary’s built much later in the 19th century. The town has had a long association with the agricultural industry and through the 19th century the town was famous for its production of peppermint. Today the village of Liss comprises of a variety of architecture much of it Victorian, but with evidence of its earlier history still visible, the Blue Bell Inn, whilst it has been refurbished was first built in 1752, every corner seems to reveal an interesting building from the old railway workers cottages through to Knights Cottage or the Rectory. The attraction of Liss today – apart from its almost rural location is that the railway to London Waterloo passes through the village and many of its residents find the commute to London relatively easy

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A3 Financial Services
Financial Care Partnership Ltd
Howard Smith & Co Ltd

Care Home

East Hill House

Doctor

Hillbrow Surgery
Kelseys Surgery
Riverside Surgery

Health and Fitness Club

Newman Collard Tennis Club

Inn

Jolly Drover
The Flying Bull Inn

Pub and Bar

Bluebell Inn
Crossing Gate
Spread Eagle
Temple Inn
Whistle Stop

Solicitor

R W A Mitchell & Co

Vet

St Peter's Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Liss Athletic (Amateur Football)
Newman Collard Tennis Club (Tennis)

Shops

Pembrooks

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Hillier Garden Centre
Princes Garden Centres Ltd
Farringdon's
OrgaNick
The Coffee Shop
Liss Fish & Chips
Two Farmers
Blackmoor Estate Farm Shop
Grange Farm Shop
Sports Bag Ltd
Liss Pet & Aquatic Centre
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Activities

Alderney Stud Livery/Training(Riding)

Places to Stay near Liss

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Jolly Drover (1.38 miles)

Jolly Drover
Situated at Hill Brow, Liss, on the West Sussex / East Hampshire Border, The Jolly Drover is the perfect location for access to Petersfield,and Liphook !/2 Hour from Guildford,Portsmouth and Chichester. A traditional pub with ... More | visit website
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The Flying Bull Inn (1.74 miles)

The Flying Bull Inn
The Flying Bull is a friendly pub and restaurant conveniently located in the delightful village of Rake and close to all the local amenities and attractions that this delightful part of Hampshire has to offer.Whether ... More | visit website
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Champneys Forest Mere (2.83 miles)

Champneys Forest Mere
Forest Mere is a truly special place. Breathtakingly beautiful, it was originally a hunting lodge and keeper’s house for the Royal Forest of Woolmer and is part of the South Downs National Park. Exclusive and ... More | visit website
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Cricketers Inn (2.84 miles)

Cricketers Inn
The Cricketers Inn is a friendly country pub located Hampshire. Situated close to established walking and cycling routes. Our large wood burning oven positioned within the restaurant itself is where our dishes are cooked in ... More | visit website
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Trooper Inn (3.03 miles)

Trooper Inn
Our hotel is the perfect place for a relaxing break. Each of the eight en-suite rooms has its own individual character – all are comfortable and attractively decorated, and most have wonderful views across ... More | visit website
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Old Thorns Golf & Country Estate (3.42 miles)

Old Thorns Golf & Country Estate

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Immersed within a 400 acre estate in the rolling Hampshire countryside, this charming rural retreat enjoys a wonderful location overlooking its own 18-hole championship golf course.
Originally a 17th century farmhouse and ... More

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Premier Inn Petersfield (3.65 miles)

Premier Inn Petersfield
A convenient location for the airport, this Premier Inn is just 18 miles from Southampton airport. Ideally located a quarter of a mile from Petersfield train station and only 1 mile from Petersfield town centre. Our ... More | visit website
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Queens Hotel (4.06 miles)

Queens Hotel

The Queens at Selborne, which has been at the hub of village society for over 250 years, has recently been completely refurbished, and is now beginning a new life.The 7 bedrooms are now all en-suite ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Liphook (4.23 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Flossie's B&B (5.16 miles)

Flossie
Situated in the heart of rural Hampshire, Flossie's offers a warm, friendly welcome, and invites guests to relax and enjoy a peaceful break in truly beautiful, idyllic surroundings. The self catering studio is ideal for ... More | visit website

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