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Upper Neatham Mill Farm Guest House
Upper Neatham Mill Lane


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4 star quality in tourism Hotel, in a tranquil setting 1 mile from Alton centre and railway station, situated by the River Wey, surrounded by 11 acres of gardens and woodland which attract a variety of wildlife.

All Rooms En-suite.
Furnished to an exceptionally high standard.
All rooms with tea / coffee making facilities, digital TVs, CD & DVD players.
Free, flood lit private car park.

Upper Neatham Mill Farm is on the border of the counties of Hampshire and Surrey, with easy access to the A31, with the A3 and M3 only 15 minutes away. There is a direct rail link to London from Alton. Basingstoke is only 15 miles away.

So whether your stay is for business, visiting the surrounding area, or a stop off en-route to the South-West, Upper Neatham Mill Farm is perfectly located


Ratings/Awards: 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4

Price per Person

Double: En-suite £30 - £37 - Executive double en-suite: £32 - £40
Super king double en-suite: £37 - £45
Twin: En-suite £37 - £45
Single: Single occupancy available for all rooms
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No Smoking Rooms - all rooms
Open All Year
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