New Holly
New Holly

Forton is a pretty village, complete with quaint pub, but it also offers easy access to historic Lancaster, the beautiful Forest of Bowland, and has lovely Cleveley Mere close by... Read More

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New Holly

New Holly
The New Holly is an award winning, 4 star rated public house with a new restaurant, bars, games room and sumptuous en-suite accommodation.  Excellently located on the A6 in between Lancaster & Preston just 2 ... More | visit website
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The Bay Horse Inn

The Bay Horse Inn

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Discover the beauty and enjoy the tranquility of this unspoiled area of rural Lancashire. With glorious and peaceful countryside, The Trough of Bowland is the perfect destination. Here you can ... More

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Travelodge Barton Stacey (1.45 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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The White Lion Inn (2.36 miles)

The White Lion Inn

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Located in the heart of the historic red bricked and thatched village of Wherwell deep within the Test Valley, our 17th Century former coaching Inn and our friendly staff provide ... More

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Travelodge Winchester Sutton Scotney A34 Southbound (3.43 miles)

Travelodge Winchester Sutton Scotney A34 Southbound

Located just on the A34 just 8 miles east of Andover and 8 miles north of Winchester, this Travelodge provides contemporary, quality accommodation. Spacious en-suite bedrooms, television in every room, tea and coffee making facilities, ... More | visit website

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White Hart Hotel (3.59 miles)

White Hart Hotel

The White Hart at Ford represents everything you would expect from a rambling 16th Century coaching inn. Situated in the on the outskirts of the beautiful Cotswolds, beside a babbling trout stream, the hotel offers ... More | visit website

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Danebury Hotel (3.76 miles)

Danebury Hotel

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Centrally located in Andover, the Danebury started its life as a coaching inn in the 17th century. A lively town house hotel offering 18 contemporary and stylish bedrooms. The Danebury Hotel is ... More

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Norton Park Hotel (4.02 miles)

Norton Park Hotel

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With a beautiful, peaceful setting in 54 acres of tranquil parkland, Norton Park is one of the finest hotels in Hampshire and is ideal for a relaxing break. This impressive 4-star hotel ... More

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Premier Inn Andover (5.29 miles)

Premier Inn Andover

Situated on the outskirts of the Hampshire market town of Andover, with close links to the A34 and A303. Local sights include Winchester Cathedral, Thruxton Race Circuit and Stone Henge.
Our Andover Premier Inn has everything ... More | visit website

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Grosvenor Hotel (6.45 miles)

Grosvenor Hotel

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The Grosvenor Hotel is a traditional coaching inn located in the centre of this old market town. It has a pretty country garden and the oak panelled restaurant serves a variety ... More

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White Hart Inn (6.52 miles)

White Hart Inn

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The White Hart Inn is situated in the village of Stockbridge, near the New Forest. The building was originally a 15th century coaching in, now converted to a modern comfortable ... More

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The Three Cups Inn (6.57 miles)

The Three Cups Inn
The Three Cups has has wooden beamed ceilings, stone-wood flooring, handcrafted oak tables and chairs, fresh flowers, open fires places and candle light. Creating an intimate atmosphere. Our eight ensuite bedrooms are elegantly decorated, ... More | visit website

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