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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.
Premier Inn Central Basingstoke Star Rating 3        
Basingstoke Leisure Park Worting Road

This modern no-frills hotel is 1.5 miles from Basingstoke city-centre and train station. It's in a leisure park with an ice-rink and pool and is a 6-minute walk from Milestones Hampshire's Living History Museum.
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.
Copper Beeches Hotel        
107 Cliddesden Road (South)

Set in an Edwardian house, this informal B&B in Hampshire is a 5-minute drive from the M3 motorway and the Milestones Hampshire's Living History Museum.The classic guestrooms with en suite bathrooms have modest furnishings, tea and coffeemaking equipment, TVs and free WiFi.In addition to complimentary cooked breakfast, amenities include free parking, a garden and a lounge.
Wessex Guest House Star Rating 3        
120 Winchester Road

Set in a casual home in a residential neighborhood, this family-run B&B is 2.8 miles from the M3 motorway, a 16-minute walk from Festival Place Shopping Centre and a 1 mile walk from Basingstoke train station.The 6 simple, low-key rooms have en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TV with satellite channels and DVD players, and free WiFi, as well as microwaves, minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
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.
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.
Great Western Hotel        
Vyne Rd

A 3-minute walk from Basingstoke train station, this modest pub with rooms in a quaint 19th-century building is 2 miles from the Milestones Museum and 4 miles from the ruins of the Basing House, a Tudor-era palace.The 8 simply furnished rooms feature TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Bathrooms are shared.
BAS St Raphael House        
St Raphaels House Sherborne Road

This Basingstoke hotel is located within a 10-minute walk of Basingstoke Railway Station. It is ideally positioned for guests wishing to sightsee in the area.There are a range of facilities on offer to guests of BAS St Raphael House, including luggage storage and a laundry service.
BAS Westlands House        
Westlands House Bounty Road

Situated within walking distance of Basingstoke Railway Station, BAS Westlands House offers guests a convenient base when visiting Basingstoke. It is located in the area's vibrant nightlife district, about a five-minute walk from May's Bounty.There are a variety of facilities on offer to guests of the hotel, such as a lift, wireless internet access in public areas and a laundry service.
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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.