Avon Accommodation

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

14 West Street
Ringwood
Hampshire
England
BH24 1DZ

Avon Accommodation, Ringwood

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Avon Accommodation is housed above The Old Cottage Restaurant a delightful thatched cottage which dates back many centuries. The suites are full of charm and character sympathetically restored and refurbished offering high quality accommodation. Due to the age and nature of the property there are uneven floors narrow steep stairs some very low beams and door heights so please mind your head! Each suite can be accessed through the main door when the restaurant is open and through the marked doors when closed.

Strictly non smoking.

From: £90.00


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