Stayed here for one night en route to taking our daughter to Southampton university. Got a family room which consisted of a super comfortable double bed for my husband and I and a single bed for our daughter. There was plenty of room for us all, with a tiny ensuite with everything you would need. We ate across the road in the local pub although wasnt overly impressed with the food. Not much happening in fareham but we went and had a drink in one of the bars in town. HAd fabulous cooked breakfast before we left the next day. Would reccommend this guest house to anyone passing through Fareham.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a family run establishment who look forward to welcoming you into our home. Please click here for a view of our rooms and facilities. A full English or continental breakfast is offered. There is off road parking available to the rear of the building accessed via an archway between 60 and 61 High Street, turn right into our car park. Fareham began as a Saxon village originally called Ferneham - meaning the village by the ferns. Well known for its tanning industry in the late 17th century and later for its iron foundry and brickworks. Eventually becoming a market town Fareham is now well known for its beautiful Georgian buildings, excellent shopping facilities and an array of superb restaurants. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Trafalgar Guest House Fareham, Hampshire