Odiham may be tucked away in the North-East corner of Hampshire, but there are plenty of reasons to visit…

  • 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
  • Its wide, handsome Georgian high street
  • A hub of beautiful footpaths and cycle-paths into idyllic Hampshire countryside

Nestling on the banks of the Basingstoke Canal, Odiham and the surrounding area, also boasts some of the best countryside and canal walks in Hampshire. Take a stroll across open countryside, through the handsome, historical village, by the River Whitewater or over expanses of common – all of which give the opportunity for great views and to see nature at its best.

For more information on the heritage, history and heart that Odiham has to offer, head on over to visitodiham.org.uk to learn more…