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Tel code: 01256 | code search
Postcode: RG28 | code search
Population: 4400
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Red House Inn
"Visited at lunch time on one of the hottest days so far this summer. The small garden was too hot, even with umbrellas but inside was cool with a ..." More

Red House Inn
"this pub changed hands again and re-opened in December 08. It is a fantastic pub with great food The staff are friendly and there is always a very welcoming ..." More

Red House Inn
"Just wanted to give an update on The Red House Inn, it is now under new management again! It is actually being managed by a local couple and they are ..." More

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This Whitchurch is the one that is found in Hampshire, located in the upper valley of the River Test, one of the finest trout rivers in England and is home to author Richard Adams who wrote “Watership Down”. But Whitchurch also boasts an interesting history, the church, All Hallows, dates back some 1200 years but excavations in the area indicate that the area has traces of Roman and Anglo Saxon settlements. The countryside surrounding this picturesque town was traditional sheep country and as a consequence weaving was a local industry, today two of the original mills are private homes but their names provide clues to their history one of which is Fulling Mill where the finishing of high quality woollens used to be undertaken. Today the best way to appreciate this village is by taking a stroll around, take a look at the rare Saxon tombstone in the churchyard, have a look at the Silk Museum and if the weather is good enough have a seat by the river and admire the view. If all that is too much then there is always a stroll into town to sample the local hostelries, one thing is for certain Whitchurch will leave a lasting impression.


Whitchurch Silk Mill

Pub and Bar

Bell Inn
Harvest Home
Hurstbourne Inn
Kings Arms
Prince Regent
Red House Inn
The White Hart
Watership Down Inn
White Hart Hotel


Barker Son & Isherwood
Whitchurch C of E Primary School

Sports Clubs

Whitchurch United (Amateur Football)


Whitchurch Silk Mill Shop
Snave Catering Services
Harroway Organic Gardens
Lloyds Pharmacy
G Dowling and Son
J Dennett
The Village Bakery

Flower Power
Bridal Cakes/Festive Cakes


Overton Black Arrows(Archery)

Places to Stay near Whitchurch

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Travelodge Barton Stacey (4.08 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Norton Park Hotel (4.69 miles)

Norton Park Hotel

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With a beautiful, peaceful setting in 54 acres of tranquil parkland, Norton Park is one of the finest hotels in Hampshire and is ideal for a relaxing break. This impressive 4-star hotel ... More

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Travelodge Winchester Sutton Scotney A34 Southbound (5.07 miles)

Travelodge Winchester Sutton Scotney A34 Southbound

Located just on the A34 just 8 miles east of Andover and 8 miles north of Winchester, this Travelodge provides contemporary, quality accommodation. Spacious en-suite bedrooms, television in every room, tea and coffee making facilities, ... More | visit website

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Esseborne Manor (5.57 miles)

Esseborne Manor

A small country house hotel set in landscaped gardens high on the North Wessex Downs and in an area designated for it's outstanding natural beauty. All 15 rooms overlook gardens and farmland and are individually ... More | visit website

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Danebury Hotel (5.96 miles)

Danebury Hotel

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Centrally located in Andover, the Danebury started its life as a coaching inn in the 17th century. A lively town house hotel offering 18 contemporary and stylish bedrooms. The Danebury Hotel is ... More

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Oakley Hall Hoel (6.08 miles)

Oakley Hall Hoel

With its sweeping driveway and grand Georgian Manor House Oakley Hall Hotel truly is a hidden treasure amongst the rolling countryside of North Hampshire. The building dates back to 1795 and formerly owned by the ... More | visit website

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The White Lion Inn (6.28 miles)

The White Lion Inn

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Located in the heart of the historic red bricked and thatched village of Wherwell deep within the Test Valley, our 17th Century former coaching Inn and our friendly staff provide ... More

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White Hart Hotel (6.31 miles)

White Hart Hotel

The White Hart at Ford represents everything you would expect from a rambling 16th Century coaching inn. Situated in the on the outskirts of the beautiful Cotswolds, beside a babbling trout stream, the hotel offers ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Basingstoke South (6.77 miles)

Premier Inn Basingstoke South
Conveniently positioned within easy reach of the M3. For shops and local amenities Basingstoke town centre is 7 miles away. Our Basingstoke South Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room, free ... More | visit website
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Yew Tree Inn (6.88 miles)

Yew Tree Inn
The Yew Tree is a fine 17th century building in a pleasant setting close to Highclere Castle. It is full of charm and character, ancient beams and logs smouldering in the inglenook fireplace but with ... More | visit website

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