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Odiham may be tucked away in the North-East corner of Hampshire, but there are plenty of reasons to visit - for example, it is ...

a historic village with Saxon roots

home to one of the last surviving pest houses in Britain

where the Basingstoke Canal passes King John’s Castle

the site of a royal deer park

the start of Magna Carta Trail

the possessor of a wide, handsome Georgian high street

the hub of a network of footpaths and cycle-paths that radiate 
  into idyllic countryside

Odiham is steeped in historical architecture and is a designated Conservation Area, containing one of the richest collections of historic buildings in Hampshire. The Domesday Book records Odiham as a large royal manor, which subsequently thrived under royal patronage in medieval times.

 

Nestling on the banks of the Basingstoke Canal, Odiham and the surrounding areas, also boast some of the best countryside and canal walks in Hampshire. There is a range of attractive walks across open countryside, through the village, by the River Whitewater and over different commons - all of which give the opportunity for great views and to see nature at its best.

shopping in the village

eating out in the village

living in the village

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