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Address: 1 Petersfield Road Buriton, Buriton, GU31 5SW

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The Village Inn is located in Buriton, within the South Downs National Park. It has a restaurant which provides breakfast and evening meals. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property. All rooms in the inn are en-suite and are equipped with a flat-screen TV. The private bathroom is fitted with free toiletries. A continental or à la carte breakfast can be enjoyed at the property. Portsmouth is 27 km and Southampton is 33 km from The Village Inn. The nearest airport is Southampton Airport, 29 km from the accommodation.

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Havant College - University

Havant College - University

Distance 8.41 miles (13.46 km)
Havant College is a sixth form college situated at Havant, Hampshire. It has approximately 1300 full-time students (16- to 19-year-olds) and 700 Adult Learners. At Havant, Careers and Guidance Team has been quoted as an example of best practice in tracking the progress of former students and using this information to provide guidance to current and prospective students. The College offers a range of new BTEC Diploma courses like Arts and Crafts, Business & Professional, Computing, GCSE, General Interest, Languages, and Leisure & Relaxation

Blackmoor Golf Club - Bordon - Golf

Blackmoor Golf Club - Bordon - Golf

Distance 9.2 miles (14.71 km)
Since its original design and formation by Harry Colt in 1913 Blackmoor has matured into a most beautiful heathland course which adheres to the modern tradition of the game. Located at the western end of the belt of glorious golfing country which covers the Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey borders, the Golf Club lies in a picturesque stretch of the dark purple heather from which Blackmoor takes its name. Groves of birch and fir abound, while the fine sandy soil, firm natural turf and the heather rough virtually guarantee the quality of the golf played throughout the year. Course maintained in top condition for golf all year. In order to maintain its position as one of Hampshire's finest courses, the Club has been involved in a heavy investment programme.