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Esseborne Manor Hotel - East Lawn
England

The Eadt Lawn Gardens of Esseborne Manor Hotel.

Located between Andover and Newbury, once referred to as being 'invitingly snug', this Victorian Country House Hotel is small, unpretentious, yet stylish.

It is set amidst the splendour of the North Wessex Down, close by the lovely Bourne Valley, in an area designated one of outstanding natural beauty.

The house, which for over 100 years has been a country retreat, still retains the feel of a private home with a friendly host, warm and caring staff, an abundance of fresh flowers in comfortable lounges, and bedrooms where you are pampered with fluffy towels and robes, local spring water and home made biscuits.

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