Visit Havant and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Havant, Hampshire. Havant was once a market town, famous for the making of parchment, but it now takes the overspill from Portsmouth. In the centre of the old town the Church of St Faith stands where four streets meet. It is mainly Early English in style, though much restored. It has an old foundation, since some of the piers rest on Roman concrete. The chancel is 13th-century, the vestry 14th-century, and there is a brass to William Aylward, 1413, rector here and private secretary to William of Wykeham.
One mile south of Havant is the pretty village of Langstone, from which a road leads to Hayling Island.
Nearby cities: Chichester, Portsmouth
Nearby towns: Emsworth, Fareham, Gosport, Hayling, Isle of Wight, Petersfield, Waterlooville, West Thorney
Nearby villages: Alverstoke, Bedhampton, Birdham, Bosham, Catherington, Chilgrove, Compton, Cosham, Earnley, East Marden, East Wittering, Eastney, Farlington, Fishbourne, Funtington, Gosport, Hilsea, Horndean, Langstone, North Hayling, North Marden, Portchester, Rowlands Castle, Soberton, South Hayling, Southsea, Stoughton, Upper Marden, Waterlooville, West Itchenor, West Stoke, West Thorney, West Wittering, Westbourne
Have you decided to visit Havant or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Havant bed and breakfast (a Havant B&B or Havant b and b)
- a Havant guesthouse
- a Havant hotel (or motel)
- a Havant self-catering establishment, or
- other Havant accommodation