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Las mejores actividades en Bordon

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Bar
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“A beautifully restored village pub and dining in Lindford, Hampshire. Open 7 days a week, offering locally sourced food and drink. This is our 'go to' venue when we want good value and good food. They also offer a £10 mid-week deal - Can't go wrong really!”
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Bar
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“It's a very traditional pub (low ceilings) and offers very good food. The best attribute is that it's within walking/cycling distance from Shepherd's Hide! ”
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Point of Interest
“Depending on how the romantic week end is going, you may be interested in Cain Manor. It's an exclusive use wedding venue (owned by Bijou). If there's a distant sound of wedding bells then take a few minutes to look at this this delightful Elizabethan Manor House. It'll add some magic to your wedding day.”
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Restaurante indio
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Bar
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Lodging
“Bar and restaurant right beside Frensham Pond, can feed the ducks and swans.”
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Point of Interest
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Furniture Store
“Unique hidden gem in the middle of Hampshire, in the village of Oakhanger. We have gift halls full of great ideas - gifts, fashion clothing, jewellery, home and sparkles - something for everyone, so you can browse for hours! The Chocolate frog also has delightful tearooms offering a great selection of homemade food, and afternoon tea "our speciality "”
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Tienda de comestibles
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Locality
“Bramshott is said to be the most haunted village in Hampshire, and possibly in the UK. Bramshott is an old English hamlet, just north of Liphook, which sits almost half way along an on an old stage coach road that leads from London to Portsmouth. Bramshott, it’s Manor House, Chiltlee Manor and two other manors are described in the Domesday Book in 1086. It is claimed to be haunted by at least 17 regular appearing ghosts, as well as many other strange apparitions that have been sighted over the years.”
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Locality
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