Broadlands
Broadlands

Romsey is an old market town with some fine medieval architecture including its Abbey and King Johnís House, but the finest building there is arguably the Palladian mansion Broadlands... Read More

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Romsey Green Fair
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Ethelflaeda Festival
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Potters Heron Hotel

Potters Heron Hotel

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Resting in the heart of Hampshire, this friendly, traditional hotel with a distinctive thatched roof is full of character.
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Mortimer Arms Hotel

Mortimer Arms Hotel

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The Mortimer Arms Hotel - an establishment with a difference. This Victorian building has been fully refurbished combining a unique blend of old world charm and modern sophistication.
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The Star Inn

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The Star Inn is a 17th century family-run freehouse. East Tytherley, the smallest village in the Test Valley - it is in an area celebrated for its beautiful woodland and ... More

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Berties

Berties

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This historic building has enjoyed a variety of uses over the years. In the 18th Century it became a coaching house called the Kings Head. In 1995 it was renamed 'Bertie's' ... More

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White Horse Hotel

White Horse Hotel

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Situated in the heart of the historic market town of Romsey, The White Horse is a luxury hotel offering charm, comfort, style, personal service and a rich heritage. The hotelís Georgian ... More

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The Shoe Inn

The Shoe Inn

This 15th century coaching inn, situated just on the edge of the New Forest on the A36, has been welcoming hungry travellers ever since 1430 and is steeped in history.

Today it is a family-run free ... More | Double Room: £45 - £55 | visit website

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