The Bourne Valley Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

St Mary Bourne Nr. Andover
Andover
Hampshire
England
SP11 6BT

The Bourne Valley Inn, Andover

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Situated in the heart of the Hampshire countryside The Bourne Valley Inn is an award-winning country inn offering cottage-style accommodation seasonal and classic British food in a cosy and warm atmosphere. With exposed beams flagstone floors and roaring log fires the BVI is the perfect place to soak up the country life.

 4 star rating

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