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Located in Aldershot, 1 mi from Cathedral Church of St Michael and St George, The Queen Hotel Wetherspoon has a number of amenities including a restaurant, a bar, a garden and free WiFi. Both the hotel and staff were excellent, I have lived in Aldershot but had not been back for many years, I remember the Queens from that time but it has changed for the better.
In scenic Hampshire, just a mile from Aldershot center, Potters International Hotel features a modern fitness center, traditional restaurant, parking and countryside views. Stayed for the week, place was spotless, staff very friendly and the bed was so comfortable. Home now and thinking of buying a new bed!! Heating in room is adjustable and fan also in room. Towels and refreshments delivered satisfying Covid restrictions. Would really recommend this hotel. Beautiful walks to nearby Aldershot through park lands and wooded areas.
Located in Aldershot, 'Alexandra Villa' offers accommodations with free WiFi and TV, as well as a garden. The units have a fully equipped kitchen with dining area, a microwave, kettle, and a fridge. Bed was very comfortable and use of kitchen was very goodn
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Apartment No1 spacious whole property, parking, Aldershot is set in Aldershot. It is located 2.2 mi from Cathedral Church of St Michael and St George and features free WiFi and free private parking.
Featuring city views, Apartment No 4 whole property, Parking, Aldershot is located in Aldershot, around 2.2 mi from Cathedral Church of St Michael and St George.
Apartment No5 very spacious whole property, Parking, Aldershot offers accommodations in Aldershot, 2.2 mi from Cathedral Church of St Michael and St George.
Located 1.9 mi from Cathedral Church of St Michael and St George, YBC Court, Aldershot features accommodations with a shared lounge, a garden and a shared kitchen for your convenience. Clean accommodation great stay
We were only staying overnight en route to another destination so didn't spend any time in the town itself, but the parking was poor and it was very noisy after the pubs turned out. 1 am and a very noisy crowd singing and shouting outside. But it's an army town, not a holiday destination.
Last time I was in Aldershot was around 27 years ago when it was the home of the British Army. It has had some major changes over those years for the better. If you enjoy walking there are many routes that you can follow along the canal and through the countryside. If you enjoy a little bit of fishing then you have the Lake house and the Raisons Fishing Tackle & Guns Shop also on site is a Café. For those looking for a bit of military history then its all around you with the Military Cemetery, Statue of Wellington and the Garrison Church and many other areas to explore. It has a Theatre and within the new complex a cinema and all the eating places that you could want. Well worth a visit and most of this is in walking distance from the main town.
We only stayed overnight at The Queen Hotel which is a Wetherspoons Hotel and was excellent for accommodation and for food and drink, we stayed to go to Princes Theatre which was just across the road which was good but would not recommend the town as was very run down and depressing
Everything we needed was within 15 minutes walk, Supermarkets, cinema, restaurants, cafes, fastfood, shops, arcade, Argos, rail station and the cheapest charity shop ever with everything in the shop £1. Also the people serving were so friendly and welcoming it was unreal, special mentions to the staff in Morrisons, Cineworld (110%), the Harvester Pub, KFC, and train station.
The best part of town is around the wetherspoons and nearby cineworld and restaurants. The main town centre is quite poor as a substantial number of shops like marks and spencers have pulled out. Lovely countryside is very close by and local people are friendly.
I have lived in aldershot for twenty years and have been here on family business . Shame there is not many local born and bought up people anymore ,felt like a foreigner in my own county of Hampshire , the town seems a little run down .