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The Copper Beeches Hotel comprises of two charming Edwardian houses, built circa 1904.  Once home to leading merchant Mr Kingdom, who later became the mayor of Basingstoke. Copper Beeches took its name from two beautiful Copper Beech trees, located to the front entrance of the property.


A stay at the Copper Beeches Hotel, puts you right in the heart of Basingstoke. Located in one of Basingstoke's most premiere streets, our elite location is only a ten minute walk away from the town centre and is the ideal location, whether for business or pleasure.  There is easy access to the Hotel by train or car, via the A33, M3 and M4. 

The rolling hills and woodlands of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Basingstoke Canal Towpath Trail both offer lots of opportunities for enjoying outdoor pursuits.


There are many local restaurants and with a vibrant retail sector, especially since the completion of the Festival Place shopping centre in 2002, Basingstoke has something for everyone. The town centre also has arts and entertainment venues like the Haymarket Theatre, the Milestones Museum,  which is full of local history and the Vue cinema.

Local Links for Basingstoke & Hampshire.

Leisure & Tourism in Hampshire Hampshire County Council, Leisure and Tourism website.
Local News - BBC Hampshire BBC Hampshire.
Network Rail Plan your journey by rail.
National Express Coaches Planning a trip via coach, use  National Express.
Basingstoke Business Finder A-Z Basingstoke & Hampshire City Guide to local businesses.
 

Attractions in Basingstoke, Hampshire.

Odeon Cinema, Basingstoke Leisure Park The Odeon Cinema in Basingstoke, film listings.
Planet Ice The Silverdome - Basingstoke. Britain's number1 ice leisure.