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Dares Farm House
Farnham Road


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Dares Farm is a Grade II listed 17th century farmhouse, where you can be sure of a warm welcome from Michael & Kate Bristow. It has a large, comfortably furnished lounge for use by guests, with an inglenook fireplace, and television (satellite).

The farm is positioned on the A287 road, and is ideally placed for touring North Hampshire & West Surrey. It is situated under three miles away from historic Farnham, and is close to the pretty villages of Crondall and Odiham. It is convenient for Junction 5 of the M3, is close to the A3 and access to the M25. Heathrow and Gatwick airports are both under one hour's drive.

For business guests we are close to all major towns in the area: Farnham, Fleet, Aldershot, Camberley, Basingstoke and Guildford are all less than 25 minutes away.

Good local pubs and restaurants. Several golf courses nearby. Good local walks, and the Basingstoke Canal close by.


Ratings/Awards: AA/SETB 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4

Price per Room:

Double: 70
Twin: 70
Single: 40 - Single occupancy
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