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Cliddesden Place        
Cliddesden Road

Situated under a 20-minute walk from Basingstoke Railway Station, Cliddesden Place offers guests a convenient base while in Basingstoke. It is conveniently positioned for guests wanting to sightsee in the area.The hotel offers complimentary wireless internet and on-site parking.
House of Fisher Basingstoke Central Point        
Flat 1 Central Point Feathers Lane

House of Fisher Basingstoke Central Point provides a comfortable setting when in Basingstoke. Surrounded by local bars and restaurants, it is under 10-minutes' stroll from Basingstoke Railway Station.There are a variety of amenities available to guests of the hotel, such as a 24-hour reception, a laundry service and free Wi-Fi.
Basingstoke - Skyline Plaza        
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Basingstoke - Skyline Plaza is a comfortable setting while visiting Basingstoke and is close to everything the area has to offer.There are 24 rooms at the hotel, each offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.The area surrounding Basingstoke - Skyline Plaza is well-known for its nightlife, with a wide range of places to go for a drink or dance.
Hilton Basingstoke Star Rating 4        
Old Common Road, Black Dam

Explore Hampshire from the contemporary Hilton Basingstoke hotel, just 40 minutes from Heathrow Airport and a mile from the M3 motorway. Business is easy with 12 meeting rooms for 2-150, a business center and wireless internet access throughout. Work out in the LivingWell gym or dine at the Conservatory Restaurant.
Holiday Inn Basingstoke Star Rating 3        
Grove Road

Hotel in Basingstoke Holiday Inn Basingstoke is the only hotel in Basingstoke to offer air-conditioned bedrooms and has easy access to the M3, M4, Basingstoke town and Festival Place Shopping Centre. With free car parking for all guests, our Holiday Inn is ideally located for business and pleasure. You'll find we're close to the business parks of Viables, Daneshill & Chineham.
Apollo Hotel Basingstoke Star Rating 4        
Aldermaston Roundabout

A 5-minute drive from Festival Place Shopping Centre's 200+ stores, this modern hotel is a 4-minute drive to Basingstoke and 1.8 miles from the Weybrook Park Golf Club.Traditionally styled rooms and suites include flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and free WiFi.
Red Lion Hotel Basingstoke Star Rating 3        
Red Lion Lane

A 7-minute walk from the Festival Place Shopping Centre, this straightforward hotel fronting the old pedestrian street in the town centre is an 8-minute drive from the M3 motorway.The down-to-earth guestrooms feature satellite TV, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and WiFi access. Some rooms include separate seating areas.
Fernbank Hotel Star Rating 4        
4 Fairfields Road

Set on a residential street, this casual, family-run hotel in a Victorian house is 0.5 miles from the town centre, a 16-minute walk from Basingstoke train station and 1.7 miles from the M3 motorway.
Travelodge Hotel Basingstoke Star Rating 2        
Winchester Road

Take exit 7 off M3 onto A30 towards Basingstoke. Straight across the first two roundabouts, at the third roundabout take the first exit into Winchester Road. Travelodge is situated behind the Stag & Hounds Harvester restaurant.
Basingstoke Lodge Star Rating 4        
179 Buckskin Lane

This straightforward hotel in a modest redbrick building is 2 miles to Milestones Museum of Living History and 3 miles to Basingstoke railway station.The down-to-earth rooms feature flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and free WiFi. Some add desks and sitting areas.
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Basingstoke is a town in the northeast of Hampshire in England. Located in a valley at the source of the River Loddon, it is part of the district of Basingstoke and Deane. The town has a major shopping centre: Festival Place, which has a restaurant, a cafeteria and various places for spending your leisure time. One of the area's main attractions is Basingstoke Canal, ideal for walking, riding a bike or taking a boat trip. Here there is some beautiful woodland to enjoy and there are a number of traditional English pubs along the route. For those who like to fish, the canal has a wide variety of species. There are possibilities for history enthusiasts too: the extensive ruins of Basing House, an interesting Tudor property that takes the visitor back to the 16th and 17th centuries. The setting, by the river, is quite lovely and very atmospheric. Another important attraction is Hampshire's Living History Museum, an interesting place where scenes from the past come to life. Basingstoke also has a wide variety of hotels, pubs and restaurants for the visitor to enjoy.