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GBP 57
Address: Old Common Road, Black Dam, Basingstoke
9.5 km from the airport (hotel on the map)
Hotel rating from 163 guests: 7.4/10 7.4
Explore Hampshire from the contemporary Hilton Basingstoke, located just 40 minutes from Heathrow Airport. … Prices, discounts & booking
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GBP 56.95
Address: Alton Road, Farnham
8.1 km from the airport (hotel on the map)
Hotel rating from 125 guests: 7.4/10 7.4
Farnham House Hotel is set in over 5 acres of beautiful landscape grounds with a tennis court for a relaxing break. … Prices, discounts & booking
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GBP 30
Address: Station Road, Hook
5.5 km from the airport (hotel on the map)
Hotel rating from 361 guests: 8.3/10 8.3
Rooms have individual features, tea and coffee-making facilities, and free Wi-Fi. … Prices, discounts & booking
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GBP 30.95
Address: Welcome Break Service Area, M3 Motorway, Hartley Wintney, Fleet
9.1 km from the airport (hotel on the map)
Hotel rating from 157 guests: 7.6/10 7.6
With a convenient location just off the M3 motorway, the hotel makes a great base, whether you are exploring the area for leisure or visiting the region on business. … Prices, discounts & booking
Address: Lower Froyle, Lower Froyle
Around 6 miles from Farnham, The Anchor Inn in Lower Froyle is a traditional country pub and restaurant in an idyllic waterside setting. … Prices, discounts & booking
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GBP 43
Address: Red Lion Lane, Basingstoke
10.5 km from the airport (hotel on the map)
Hotel rating from 239 guests: 7.4/10 7.4
The Red Lion Hotel is a refurbished historic coaching inn with the comforts of a modern hotel. … Prices, discounts & booking
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GBP 47
Address: 7-11 Fleet Road, Fleet
9.9 km from the airport
Hotel rating from 22 guests: 8.6/10 8.6
Fleet Pond Nature Reserve is located 2 miles from the property and Calthorpe Park is a 5-minute drive away. … Prices, discounts & booking
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GBP 65
Address: Station Hill, Winchfield
6.3 km from the airport (hotel on the map)
Hotel rating from 30 guests: 8.2/10 8.2
Free parking is provided at the Winchfield, and Hook is just a 5-minute drive away. … Prices, discounts & booking
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GBP 41.95
Address: Normandy St, Alton
9.2 km from the airport (hotel on the map)
Hotel rating from 192 guests: 7.5/10 7.5
Open 7 days a week, Squires Café Bar & Restaurant has free Wi-Fi and offers a pleasant setting for a relaxed dinner, quick lunch or an after-meal drink. … Prices, discounts & booking
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GBP 94.5
Address: Alton Road, Basingstoke
9.8 km from the airport (hotel on the map)
Hotel rating from 47 guests: 8.6/10 8.6
Bedrooms at Audleys Wood Hotel are luxuriously decorated with stylish fabrics, cushions and modern art. … Prices, discounts & booking
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Hotels in cities & airports nearby RAF Odiham Airport ODH
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Hook hotels - 5.4 km
Rotherwick hotels - 5.7 km
Hartley Row hotels - 8.4 km
Fleet hotels - 9.4 km
Basingstoke hotels - 10.4 km
Farnham hotels - 10.6 km
Heckfield hotels - 11 km
Alton hotels - 11.6 km
Travel guide to the famous neighbour of RAF Odiham Airport ODH - Reading

In the Middle Ages the city of Reading was a significant political and religious center of the country. In the 12th century an abbey was established on its territory, and it was the most significant and rich in the country at that time. Today the Reading abbey is the main symbol of the city and one of its remarkable sites. In the middle of the 16th century the powerful abbey was abandoned, so local folks unbricked its building and used the bricks for house building.

Despite the fact that the abbey was destroyed many centuries ago the ruins of its scale construction still impress tourists and city guests. In close vicinity to the ruins of abbey tourists will find majestic Forbury Gardens, which were established in the middle of the 19th century. The main decoration of the Victorian park is a stone statue being the restoration of the Maiwand Lion. This memorial was established as a tribute to the memory of the dead in the Afghan war.

Near the abbey tourists will discover another significant religious landmark being the St. Laurence’s Church. The church has preserved its initial look till nowadays, being an interesting place to visit and explore considering its archeological value. Another remarkable historical building siding with the abbey is the Prison of Reading. Oscar Wilde served his sentence exactly in this prison. This fact has added to the worldwide popularity of the house. The most popular cultural establishment of the city is located in the city center. The Museum of Reading is open for public every day featuring free entrance. The museum exposition is devoted to the most important historical events, among the showpieces of the collection tourists will see age-old books and maps, historical documents and armory.
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