Cheap Hotels in Fareham
The Lodge at Solent is found in Whiteley, Fareham, and is conveniently located for road links to both Southampton and Portsmouth. The lodge offers a complimentary continental breakfast and free wi-fi parking, and has a bar and lounge, restaurant and spa services. Each room at The Lodge at Solent has a coffeemaker, flat-screen TV with cable channels, private bathroom and complimentary wi-fi access.
Holiday Inn® Fareham - Solent is a convenient hotel between Southampton and Portsmouth with a health club, meeting rooms, and free parking Our Fareham hotel is a five-minute drive from the M27 motorway, right beside the A27, which connects straight to the motorway, so you can drive to catch a ferry at Portsmouth International Port or a flight at Southampton Airport (SOU) in around 20 minutes. At this hotel you can enjoy: - Free Wi-Fi - A pool, a gym, a spa and beauty treatments - 24-hour room service Our comfortable bedrooms offer a choice of pillows to help you sleep. Sofa beds in family rooms let everyone stay together, and kids stay and eat free. Traders Restaurant serves delicious breakfasts and evening meals, with patio dining in summer, and snacks and drinks are available all day in the lounge. The local shops in Fareham are close by, and Fareham station has direct trains to London and Brighton. Take the children to meet Peppa Pig at nearby Paultons Park, pay a visit to HMS Victory at the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, or admire the view from the top of the Spinnaker Tower at nearby Gunwharf Quays. Our on-site meeting rooms have space for up to 140 guests. We are a five-minute walk from Kites Croft Business Park, Solent Business Park and, Segensworth South.
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Hotels in Fareham
Fareham is a historic market town situated at the north-west tip of Portsmouth Harbour, in southern England. With a rich maritime and commercial history, there is plenty to see and do in the town. If you're after a bit of fresh air, Fareham is surrounded by wonderful countryside that is well worth exploring.
Portchester was once a separate town but now forms part of the Fareham conurbation, just to the east of the town centre. A walk along the coast from Fareham is a great way to see the area, and also gives you the best view of the ancient structure that gives Portchester its fame.
Portchester Castle is a medieval castle built within the walls of the best preserved Roman fort north of the Alps. The 3rd-century Portus Adurni is a good enough reason to visit even without the beautiful 11th-century castle, which looks positively modern in comparison, located within its ramparts. The kids will love the fascinating interactive exhibitions inside the visitors' centre that show England under Roman rule.
Medieval history buffs will be going wild at this point, as another short walk from Fareham is Titchfield Abbey, one of the best-preserved and most impressive buildings of its kind. The abbey looks just like Camelot and it is believed that some of Shakespeare's most famous plays were first performed in its stately rooms.
The abbey is situated within Titchfield village, which is an important conservation area. Many of the village's buildings are over 500 years old and a stroll around Titchfield is very much a journey through time. Make sure you stop off at St. Peter's Church. Built in the 7th century and altered throughout the Middle Ages, the church contains architecture from almost every century of that era.
After so much medieval marvel, you'll probably be craving a nice flask of mead, or warm slab of roast meat. Pop into The Titchfield Mill for a truly authentic pub experience. The pub is housed within an old 18th-century water mill and has an excellent selection of cask ales and wonderful food. Also worth a visit is the Fisherman's Rest, which does what it says on the tin really, serving up quality seafood to hungry locals.
If you've had enough history for one day, just down the River Meon from the village is Titchfield Haven. The area is a nature reserve and an important breeding ground for many species of bird and wildfowl. Keen ornithologists will love the visitor areas and excellent birdwatching huts. Before you leave, pop into the gift shop and pick up your favourite bird's whistle or slump down in the brilliant cafÃ© for a restorative cup of tea.
Forest of Bere
On your way back to your Fareham Hotel, take an invigorating stroll through the Forest of Bere. Lying just north of the town, the forest has it all â€“ luscious woodland, open space, heathland, farmland and downland. Follow one of the excellent trails or go it alone cross country. If you are a bit of an equestrian, you can also have an unforgettable horse ride through the woods.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Fareham
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Fareham?The best hotels to stay in Fareham are Holiday Inn FAREHAM - SOLENT, Solent Hotel and Spa and The Old House Hotel.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Fareham?Lodge at Solent in Fareham offers one night in a double room at the price of £71.
What are the best hotels in Fareham near the center?The Bugle Hotel, Holiday Inn FAREHAM - SOLENT and The Old House Hotel are located in the central neighborhood of Fareham.
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