If you are driving, please be aware that all our meeting rooms are located on the second and third floor of our office building. A limited number of parking spaces are available on site. However, we strongly recommend using public transport where possible, as we can then offer you a tea or coffee on arrival and provide a desk and chair for you to work from during your meeting. '. The best way to get to Basingstoke is by road.
The most common and cheapest method of getting there is by taking the M3 and exiting at junction 12, Hampshire Local (hampshirelocal.co.uk). If you're in the south of England (such as London) simply take the M25 around London and then join the M3. Basingstoke is perfectly located for a stop-over on your journey to or from London. Surrounded by the beautiful North Hampshire countryside, Basingstoke is well placed for those who love to explore and enjoy all that the region has to offer.
Basingstoke Rail Station is on the main line which runs from London to Bath and Bristol. There is a local bus service with connections at Aldershot (15 miles), Fleet (10 miles) and Reading (20 miles). Portsmouth is a historic port city in Hampshire. It sits on England's south coast and is the home of the Royal Navy. It's one of the busiest ports in Europe and a popular tourist spot for history buffs. Portsmouth is a major city and UK seaport.
Places to visit near Basingstoke
It’s always easy to be complacent with the places you know, but it comes as a pleasant surprise when you discover somewhere new and interesting. I can’t imagine you’d ever been to my hometown of Basingstoke, in Hampshire, England. By now you might be wondering why I would travel all the way from across the planet to tell you about some random town in Britain. Moving away from the Basingstoke region for a moment if you are just visiting you should also check out Brighton (60 miles), Oxford (40 miles), and Winchester (18 miles).
If that is too far, there are plenty of places to visit in Hampshire just outside of Basingstoke including Fonthill Abbey. I am a huge fan of travel and I’ve travelled the world extensively, visiting some incredible places. One of my favourite places is Basingstoke. Granted, it’s not the most exotic of locations, but if you can appreciate natural beauty and great weather then you’ll love this part of the UK. Although small in comparison to London or Edinburgh, Basingstoke has an attractive layout of parks and gardens.