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Staying in a bed and breakfast in Hampshire is a great way to spend your holiday. Enjoying a warm welcome and cosy atmosphere, visitors often appreciate the comfort and informality of Hampshire’s many bed and breakfast establishments and guest houses.
With a great choice of B&Bs in Hampshire and so many beautiful locations to explore, a bed and breakfast holiday can provide a friendly home from home with none of the fuss. If you choose a bed and breakfast in Hampshire you’ll find everything provided, along with a delicious breakfast on the table and helpful hints about local attractions from knowledgeable hosts.
For a truly relaxing break, go back in time by sleeping in an ancient coaching inn, or stay at a traditional country pub with a cheerful landlord, roaring log fires and inviting atmosphere.
Why not open your morning curtains to breathtaking sea views in Southsea or Emsworth? Or stay in the heart of the city centre in Portsmouth or Winchester, with local shops, restaurants, museums and attractions on the doorstep. Whatever style you fancy, you’ll find charming and attractive places to stay with bed and breakfast Hampshire, from art deco, Georgian and Victorian B&Bs and guest houses to converted barns, dairies, churches and townhouses.
There’s always something new to discover, from the vast rolling vistas and wooded valleys of the South Downs to the picturesque and intimate hamlets of the Test Valley, with their rose-filled gardens and quiet country lanes. In the ancient New Forest National Park you’ll also find many great B&Bs, with lovely woodlands and fascinating coastal towns, such as Lymington, close by.
Whats The Difference?
A B&B Hampshire can offer bedrooms for up to six paying guests in a private property run by the owner, many with en-suite facilities. Guest houses are run on a more commercial basis than a B&B, with more than six paying guests. They usually offer more services, such as dinner, which can be provided by staff as well as the owner.
Hampshire's country inns provide accommodation in a fully licensed establishment, so there’s the added advantage of sampling delicious local beers.
Many B&Bs offer fresh Hampshire produce, such as the famous New Forest breakfast, and some also have facilities for disabled visitors and for pets.
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