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This impressive Victorian building was once a railway pub and now, after a large investment and renovation, it has been transformed into the fabulous new The Station House, a boutique inn with restaurant and rooms on the border of Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire.
The brasserie-style restaurant is in the original part of the house and as you would expect from an Upham Group pub The Station House serves only freshly cooked food using the best local and seasonal produce.
Open for breakfast, lunch, Afternoon Tea and dinner, it is a foodie paradise for all ages and palates.
The double-sided bar is at the centre of The Station House and there is also a bar and cafe on the first floor where you can find a large choice of carefully selected wines, champagnes, spirits and ales from the Upham Brewery.
The open-air terrace comes to life in the summer months and is an atmospheric spot to enjoy a drink in the evening.
You'll be hard pushed to find a better located mid-week escape or weekend hideaway. The Station House is right on the border of Hampshire, Sussex and Surrey in a beautiful part of south-east England.
If you have the kids in tow they will love a trip to Hollycombe Steam Collection which has a fully working Edwardian fairground. If it's a rainy day they may like to spend a morning or afternoon getting their hands dirty at Happy Hands Pottery Painting.
Lurgashall Winery & Blackdown Distillery is, unsurprisingly, just for the adults, and where you can taste Silver Birch sap spirits and wines.
Bookworms and history lovers should visit Jane Austen's house in Chawton, as it is the only house where she lived that is open to the public.
If it's entertainment you're after then nearby Haslemere Hall hosts live music and theatre events throughout the year.
How to get there
Follow the A3 to Lea Coach Road in Surrey. Leave the A3, taking the A286, passing through Brook and Grayswood. At the roundabout, take the third exit on to Lower Street (B2131). The Station House is on the left, directly opposite Haslemere railway station.
Take the M27. Take A3 to Upper Hammer Lane in Hindhead. Take the exit towards Bramshott Chase from A3, followed by Woolmer Hill Rd to B2131 in Haslemere. The Station House is on the right, directly opposite Haslemere railway station.
Nearest railway stations:
Haslemere (100 yards), Liphook (4.3 miles) and Witley (5.5miles)
The nearest airport is Gatwick International Airport, an hour's drive away (Approximately 37.3 miles distance).
Free parking is available.