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Welcome to Audleys Wood

Address: Alton Road, Basingstoke, RG25 2JT

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With elegant bedrooms, a choice of restaurants and free parking, Audleys Wood is just a mile from Basingstoke centre. Situated just off the M3 motorway and surrounded by Hampshire countryside the country house hotel has free Wi-Fi. Bedrooms at Audleys Wood Hotel are luxuriously decorated with stylish fabrics, cushions and modern art. All rooms have a private bathroom with free toiletries, a satellite flat-screen TV, DVD player and tea/coffee facilities. Set in a grand Victorian manor house, the hotel has many period features. Audleys Wood boasts 7 acres of beautiful gardens, stained glass windows and cosy candlelit lounges with open fires. The Conservatory Restaurant serves a modern brasserie menu, while Simonds Restaurant has 2 AA Rosettes and uses fresh local produce. There is an impressive world wine list and the modern cocktail bar offers creative beverages and snacks. The Audleys Wood Hotel is just 5 minutes’ drive from Basingstoke Railway Station, offering direct trains to London. Newbury Racecourse and historical Winchester are both a 30-minute drive away.

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Basingstoke Centre - Town Centre

Basingstoke Centre - Town Centre

Distance 1.29 miles (2.07 km)
The early settlement of Basingstoke is indicated by a number of archaeological sites dating from the Neolithic period and the Bronze and Iron Ages. The largest site is Winklebury Camp, an Iron Age hill fort with complex defences dating from the fourth to the first century B.C. The Roman occupation of Basingstoke is demonstrated by the site of a villa on the north bank of the River Loddon, and several other places where pottery and coins have been found. Many of the archaeological finds have been deposited at the Willis Museum. The documented history of Basingstoke begins with the Domesday Book, which lists the area as a royal manor: until the reign of John the kings of England held Basingstoke as a demesne manor.