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Two Hoots Campsite

Two Hoots Campsite

Winchester

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If you’re looking for somewhere to stay in Hampshire then get a good night’s sleep whatever the occasion with our handy guide. 

Whether it’s a budget hotel, five star luxury, a quaint bed and breakfast, self catering cottage or a camping & caravan site in Hampshire’s beautiful countryside, we’ve got a range of top accommodation providers to suit your needs.

Our accommodation listings provide inspirational photos, location maps, facilities and rates as well as gradings and awards. Find a place to stay from the list at the bottom of this page and use the map view function to see what’s available.

Hotels in Hampshire

Hampshire is home to some of the most unique and best hotels in the UK including the 5 star Chewton Glen. This New Forest Hotel has 70 individually decorated rooms and a dining experience created in collaboration with celebrity chef James Martin.

Spitbank Fort and No Man’s Fort are both unique island hotels between Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight. Enjoy panoramic views with floor to ceiling windows and top quality evening entertainment as part of a genuinely secluded hotel experience.

Langrish House is an ideal country house hotel from which to explore the South Downs and it’s dog friendly. The 2 AA Rosette restaurant offers fine dining and facilities don’t come much more niche than a helicopter landing pad.

With its sweeping driveway, pretty tiled hallway and an impressive & beautiful 315 acres of grounds, Oakley Hall Hotel truly is a hidden treasure in the rolling countryside of North Hampshire.

Top ten campsites in Hampshire

Whether it’s pitching up a tent, travelling with a caravan or motorhome, Glamping or a holiday park, Hampshire is a popular destination for camping with two National Parks within its boundaries.

There are numerous B&Bs and self catering accommodation units in Hampshire including Wallops Wood Cottages in the South Downs and the luxury woodland cabins of Blackwood Forest.

Find more self catering cottages or bed and breakfasts in Hampshire.

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  1. Dibles Park Company Ltd

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    Camping & Caravan Site

    Southampton

    Quiet park with 11 level gravel pitches and 1 tent pitch all with electric hook-up. Open all year. Heated toilet and showers, laundry, dishwashing area. Ideal for touring, walking and cycling near estuary and nature reserves.

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    Price £20.00 Per Pitch Per Night
  2. Long Meadow Campsite

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    Camping & Caravan Site

    BROCKENHURST

    3 Visit England Stars 3 Visit England Stars 3 Visit England Stars 3 Visit England Stars

    Long Meadow Campsite is ideally located in the heart of the New Forest National Park with immediate access to safe off-road walking and cycling paths. Long Meadow provides both grass and hard-standing pitches with electric hook-up, a modern toilet...

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    Price £18.00 to £30.00 Per Pitch Per Night
  3. Brick House B&B Cheriton

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    Bed & Breakfast

    Alresford

    Ideally located for your visit to the South Downs National Park and Winchester. You'll receive a warm welcome at The Brick House Cheriton, where hospitality is part of the fabric of this beautifully updated Victorian house that started life as a pub.

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    Price £95.00 to £115.00 Per Room Per Night (Breakfast Included)

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