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Eastside Coach House
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Eastside Coach House is a spacious house on the original route of Basingstoke Canal with Little Tunnel a short walk from the rear of the garden. Eastside offers lovely surroundings next to the village watercress beds and beautiful views of surrounding countryside. Guest rooms are spacious and have been tastefully decorated and offer hotel standard facilities.

Breakfast is served in our character dining room or for very early risers, you may request a breakfast tray. For evening meals, guests can walk to 'The Gamekeepers' public house in the village or there are several well recommended eateries all 5 minutes drive away.

Mapledurwell is renowned for being one of the prettiest and smallest villages in the area, yet only 5 minutes drive from the hub of commerce in Basingstoke and Hook. Winchester, Farnham, Alton, Reading and Camberley are all 20 - 25 minutes drive. The premises are found equidistant from both M3 junctions 5 and 6, and 2 minutes from the main A30.

Concessionary rates for regular business clients.


Price per Room:

Double: From £60 - Studio Double En Suite/ Family from £70
Single: From £35-£40
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We serve a choice of continental or a healthy grilled full english breakfast. Eggs to suit. We also pride ourselves in offering to buy in for special diets such as fish yoghurt or cheese to suit our guests upon request if they are staying for several days with us

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