Fareham is a market town at the north-west tip of Portsmouth Harbour, between the cities of Portsmouth and Southampton in the south east of Hampshire, England. It gives its name to the borough which comprises the town and its surrounding area. Fareham was historically an important manufacturer of bricks (which were notably used to build the Royal Albert Hall, London) and a grower of strawberries. Current employment includes retail (including a shopping centre with around 100 shops), small-scale manufacturing, and defence (with the Royal Navy's HMS Collingwood and the Ministry of Defence's Dstl nearby).
Local authority: Isle of Wight Council
OS Grid Reference: SU578059
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84 West Street
Phone 01329 221 342
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In the centre of Fareham with easy access to the M27 motorway, this 18th-century coaching inn offers spacious, classic rooms with private bathrooms. Its bar features real ales and leather sofas. Details...
In the heart of Fareham, Lysses House is an elegant Georgian hotel on the High Street, a short walk from the town centre and easily accessible from the M27. Details...
Situated 10 minutes’ drive from Portsmouth town centre and South Downs National Park, The Roundabout Hotel offers an on-site 70-seater restaurant and rooms with free Wi-Fi. Details...
Conveniently located in Fareham, between Southampton and Portsmouth, the hotel is an ideal base for easy access to the commercial business parks situated along the M27 corridor, as well as the numerous visitor attractions the region has to offer. Details...
Situated on the slopes of Portsdown Hill, Ellerslie House is a detached Victorian property in private grounds and 10 minutes’ drive from Portsmouth centre. Details...
The Manor Hotel is located 2 miles from Gosport, on the South Coast. It offers a restaurant serving homemade traditional British meals, free parking and comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi. Details...
Rosebank is a charming, self-contained, single-storey wing of the owners? attractive bungalow, situated in well-tended gardens within the residential area of Titchfield Common in Southern Hampshire, near Titchfield, it can sleep four people. Details...
Bury Villa is a Georgian, former gentleman's residence, set in a residential area of Gosport in Hampshire. There is a variety of bedrooms providing flexible sleeping accommodation, all but two with direct en-suite facilities, meaning up to nineteen people can enjoy a holiday here. Details...
Coach House is a contemporary, detached cottage set alongside a neighbouring holiday property in Gosport, Hampshire. With four double bedrooms, three of which with en-suites, this cottage sleeps eight people. There's also a family shower room, a ground floor cloakroom and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Details...
The Old Stable is a detached barn conversion situated one mile from the village of Durley, close to Southampton in Hampshire. This cottage sleeps five people in two bedrooms, consisting of one eaves double with en-suite shower and a eaves twin, as well as a bathroom. Details...
Abbots Wood is a fabulous, detached house situated within three acres of grounds in Netley Abbey near Southampton. There are five bedrooms with access to a bath or shower room, including one that's on the ground floor. Details...
Swift Cottage is a single storey barn conversion in a rural setting on the owner's cattle and equestrian farm, on the edge of the Hampshire village of Durley, just two miles from Botley. Details...