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The Trooper Inn Hotel
Offering a restaurant and a bar, The Trooper Inn is located in the market town of Petersfield, Hampshire. There is free parking and free Wi-Fi access in all areas. Rooms at The Trooper will provide you with a flat-screen TV, a telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. The en-suite bathrooms also come with a hairdryer and towels, along with a bath and a handheld shower. At The Trooper Inn you will find a garden with a terrace and views of the surrounding countryside. The well-stocked bar offers numerous real ales, whiskies and wines, and there is an open fire during the colder months. Petersfield Railway Station is an 8-minute drive away and Liss Railway Station is a 14-minute drive away. Guildford is 29 miles away and central London is 58 miles away. Portsmouth can be reached in less than 30 minutes by car.
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Hotels in Petersfield
Petersfield is a town steeped in history and surrounded by natural beauty. Set in the stunning countryside of the South Downs National Park, there's plenty to explore in this ancient town and its surroundings.
With almost 100 Petersfield hotels to choose from, including well-known and trusted chains and charming B & Bs, we've got the perfect accommodation for your Hampshire getaway.
History and heritage
Petersfield started life as an important coaching centre, and you can find out more about the development of the town at the Petersfield Museum. Current displays include information on the role of local women in the First World War. You can also view the permanent collect of artwork by Flora Twort, a local artist who won great praise for her watercolours of life in Petersfield in the 20th century.
The South Downs
You can't visit Petersfield without spending some time exploring the beautiful South Downs which surround the town. Head to Queen Elizabeth Country Park where there are over 2,000 acres of woodland to explore on foot, bike or horseback, as well as plenty of activities for kids, including story trails and shelter building classes. In the milder months, there are plenty of places set up for picnics. For spectacular views, visit Butser Hill - the highest point on the chalk ridge of the South Downs.
The Petersfield Physic Garden
If you're a keen gardener, or just fancy a moment of quiet contemplation, head to the pretty and well-tended Petersfield Physic Garden. Created in the 17th-century-style with distinct sections laid out for different purposes, you can enjoy a topiary walk, knot garden, and a pretty, informal orchard.
Eating and drinking in Petersfield
With over 50 restaurants to choose from in Petersfield, there's something to tickle every tastebud in this lively town. The hugely popular Fez, tucked down an alleyway in the centre of town, serves delicious Turkish food. Monoloco is a reasonably-priced bistro serving tasty dishes made from local produce, while if you're after an alternative dining experience, ‘Gypsy Kitchen' is a Supper Club run by a local couple with dishes made from foods which are foraged locally. And if you're after pub grub, or just a good old pint, there are plenty of friendly local pubs to visit, including countryside pub the Hawkley Inn, and the friendly, old-world Harrow Inn.
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