The Red Lion pub in Odiham opens guest rooms

21 June 2017 by
The Red Lion pub in Odiham opens guest rooms

The Red Lion opened in is Red Mist Leisure's first Hampshire pub to offer bedrooms for guests. Each of the seven bedrooms are named after aircraft flown out of RAF Odiham such as: Typhoon - 1943; Spitfire -1944; and Chinook - 1982.

Bedrooms are kitted out with Dualit coffee machines, handmade chocolates from Choose, a small artisan chocolate company based in Hampshire and placed in rooms alongside ESPA Bergamot & Jasmine toiletries, and a mini bar offering a selection of wines, local beers and spirits.

Bed and breakfast rates start at £85. Dinner and bed and breakfast starts at £115 and includes a three-course dinner.

Now in its 14th year, Red Mist Leisure owns eight pubs: the Stag on the River, Eashing; the Queens Head, Clandon; the Duke of Cambridge, Tilford; the Exchequer, Church Crookham; the Wheatsheaf, Farnham; the Cock Inn, Headley Village; the Royal Exchange, Lindford; and the Red Lion, Odiham.

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