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Farnborough b&b, guesthouse and hotel accommodation

Farnborough in Hampshire

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Visit Farnborough and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:

Farnborough, Hampshire, has developed enormously owing to its proximity to Aldershot. It is the home of the Royal Aircraft Establishment and the site of the Air Show, usually held every other year.

In 1881 the Empress Eugenic of France came here to Farnborough Hill, a gabled, turreted house built in 1862, now a convent. There she lived until her death in 1920. She added to the house and built an abbey for the Benedictines and the Church of St Michael, in splendid flamboyant French Gothic style, with a marbled floor and a dome. In the crypt she built a mausoleum with three magnificent granite tombs, for herself, Napoleon III and the Prince Imperial. The tombs, in the shape of a crucifix, each weigh 5 tons, and are reached by a fine stairway.

Nearby, the Church of St Peter has a 12th century painting, depicting three saints, Agnes, Mary Magdalene and, appropriately, Eugenia. The church has a Norman nave and a 17th century weather-boarded tower.

Two miles to the south lies Aldershot, the home of the British Army, with its army museums and the Prince Consort Military Library.

Nearby villages: Crondall, Church Crookham, Winchfield, Dogmersfield, Hartley Wintney Crookham Village, and Ewshot.

Nearby towns: Farnham, Fleet, Frimley

Have you decided to visit Farnborough or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:

  • a Farnborough bed and breakfast (a Farnborough B&B or Farnborough b and b)
  • a Farnborough guesthouse
  • a Farnborough hotel (or motel)
  • a Farnborough self-catering establishment, or
  • other Farnborough accommodation

Accommodation in Farnborough:

Find availability in a Farnborough bed and breakfast, also known as B&B or b and b, guesthouse, small hotel, self-catering or other accommodation.

Tinkers Furze
Tinkers Furze is an attractive 1920s house, in a quiet conservation area in Fleet close to town centre and railway station. It has a large garden, outdoor seating area on patio, and private off road parking. The bedrooms all have en suites or private bathroom, TVs, hairdryers and tea/coffee making facilties. Wireless broadband available in all rooms. Credit/debit cards accepted.

Dawyk Beech Guesthouse
Dawyk Beech offers bed and breakfast in a quiet residential area close to Fleet town centre, Hampshire. Well placed for neighbouring towns of Farnborough, Farnham, Aldershot Hook and Basingstoke. 4 bedrooms - all ensuite; ground floor rooms available; FREE WIFI; ample off-road parking, TV/DVD; hairdryer; trouser press; and tea & coffee facilities.