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Bear Hotel
15-17 East Street
Havant
Hampshire

PO9 1AA | View map

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The Bear Hotel is situated in an historic town, just a few minutes drive from Portsmouth and Chichester.
As the hotel is only a 2 minute walk from the train station access to Southampton and Hayling Island is extremely easy. Additionally there is a direct train link to London Waterloo station that takes only one hour and 15 minutes. Being adjacent to the M27 and close to the M3 also makes driving to Winchester and other delightful Hampshire cities very convenient, and the beaches on the south coast are just a few minutes away
Other local glorious Hampshire sites include Southampton West Quay Shopping Complex, Gunwharf, Historic Portsmouth Docks, Marwell Zoo, HMS Warrior, the Cross Channel Ferry Ports, and of course the beautiful Isle of Wight and New Forest.

The Bear Hotel has 42 well-appointed bedrooms, all of which are en suite. All bedrooms are non-smoking
The cosy bar and lounge, with open fires, both offer superb fresh bar food allowing two great places to relax.
The non-smoking hotel restaurant is noted in the area for a fantastic choice of freshly prepared English and Continental cuisine.
The 2 conference suites can hold up to 120 people. The hotel can accommodate many business, meeting and conference requests, with modern facilities for your professional needs.
The hotel also prides itself on its excellent celebration evenings. Whether a wedding, milestone birthday celebration, retirement party, engagement or christening, the hotel can cater from a light finger buffet to a formal 4-course sit down dinner with full entertainment.

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