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Our hotel is located in the historic market town of Alton, once frequented by the writer Jane Austen.
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In 1845, Alton House was bought by John Edward Spicer of the paper mill but he lived next door, renting 'Beckington House' (as it was then called) out to various tenants.
1867 saw the property coming into the hands of Sir George Samuel Brooke Pechell, Bart., and the name changed to 'Alton House'. It was then acquired by artist Charles Henry Duckett in 1932 who tried to turn it into a country club. Failing to pay it's way it became the 'Alton House Hotel' and after WWII the hotel was enlarged with the addition of the side wings, a banqueting hall and extra bedrooms - giving the elegant building we see today.
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Alton House Hotel
57 Normandy Street