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Hartley Wintney Golf Club - Hook - 7.32 miles
Hartley Wintney is a private members club that has been providing enjoyable golf for over 100 years. It is situated in the beautiful North Hampshire countryside where it provides the ideal location for a relaxing game of golf in tranquil surroundings with many mature trees and water hazards. The course is easily reached from the M3 and M4 and is close to the borders of Berkshire, Surrey and Hampshire. The atmosphere in the club encourages you to relax and enjoy your visit. The club aims to provide an environment where the whole family can enjoy themselves and provides something for everyone.
Jane Austens House - 10.85 miles
The Jane Austen Museum is housed in a charming red-brick seventeenth-century house, listed in the National Archives as a building of historic interest. It was Jane's last home, where she lived with her mother and sister Cassandra from 1809 until 1817. Here Jane revised her earlier manuscript novels Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice and Northanger Abbey, and then wrote Mansfield Park, Emma and Persuasion.The rooms on show include the drawing-room and the parlour where Jane wrote on the small round table. Upstairs is her bedroom with the patchwork quilt she made with her mother and sister. A pretty garden surrounds the house, stocked with many old varieties of flowers and herbs. Jane's donkey carriage is displayed in the old bakehouse.
Basingstoke Centre - 13.55 miles
The early settlement of Basingstoke is indicated by a number of archaeological sites dating from the Neolithic period and the Bronze and Iron Ages. The largest site is Winklebury Camp, an Iron Age hill fort with complex defences dating from the fourth to the first century B.C. The Roman occupation of Basingstoke is demonstrated by the site of a villa on the north bank of the River Loddon, and several other places where pottery and coins have been found. Many of the archaeological finds have been deposited at the Willis Museum. The documented history of Basingstoke begins with the Domesday Book, which lists the area as a royal manor: until the reign of John the kings of England held Basingstoke as a demesne manor.