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Alton House Hotel
Normandy Street
Alton
Hampshire

GU34 1DW | View map

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Alton House provides the style of a country retreat set in spacious grounds with an outdoor swimming pool and tennis courts. Catering for business or pleasure perfectly with 39 en suite bedrooms a fine restaurant and bar, superb function rooms for conferences and meetings and good on site parking. Located in Jane Austen country with many places of special interest close at hand yet only minutes walk from the town centre and Watercress steam railway.

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Nearest Train Station: Alton 300 yds
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Number of Rooms: 43
Number Ensuite: 43
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