Sandford Springs Hotel and Golf Club

Kingsclere Hotel
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ChainIndependent / Other
Total meeting space500 sq. m
Guest rooms40
Kingsclere RG26 5RT

Sandford Springs Hotel and Golf Club

Kingsclere Hotel
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AA Hotel Services


Trip Adviser Certificate of Excellence



  • Internet access
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Recreational activities

  • Golf course on grounds


  • Dance floor

AV capabilities

  • AV capabilities

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Total meeting space500 sq. m
Meeting rooms7
Largest room67 sq. m
Second largest room61 sq. m
Space (Private)Available
Exhibit space200 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms40
Tax rate20%



Local Attractions

Festival Place Shopping Centre

8 mi. away
With over 160 shops, 20 restaurants, cafes, bars, a multi-screen cinema, sports centre and the discovery centre, there are loads of places at Festival Place to enjoy both day and night.
Festival Place
Basingstoke, GB1 RG21 7LJ

Milestones Museum

7 mi. away
Milestones Museum is a Museum make up of a network of streets that have been recreated on those found in Victorian and 1930's Hampshire. It was opened on 1st December 200 by HRH Duke of Edinburgh as a joint project between Hampshire County Council and Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Amongst typical pay for extra's such as the cafe and gift shop you will find a "hidden gem" in the interactive penny arcade which recreated the atmosphere of a 1910'1 pier.
West Ham Leisure Park
Basingstoke, GB1 RG22 6PG

Highclere Castle

Historical landmark
7 mi. away
Highclere Castle is a beautiful building and a warm welcoming home to visitors and guests at events and celebrations held there. Apart from exploring the Castle, the Egyptian Exhibition fascinates adults and children, whilst the surrounding Grounds and Gardens provide peace and tranquility. When you visit, you will recognise many rooms from "Downton Abbey". In addition you can also find Tutankhamun in the cellars.
Highclere Park
Newbury, GB1 RG20 9RN

Manydown Family Fun Park

7 mi. away
Manydown Family Farm Fun is a giant living crop field and is just over two acres in size. Each year they change the theme and style of the maze and previous years has seen it as a giant tractor, honey bee and spitfire. 2014 sees the maze taking a hooting turn, the theme is Owls! Why not come down and see for yourself! There are loads of things to do at Manydown including an adventure play, farmyard animals, tractor and trailer ride, go karts, woodland walk and animal handling area.
550 Worting Rd
Basingstoke, GB1 RG23 8PU

The Vyne

Historical landmark
9 mi. away
Spring Weekend Surrounded by beauty, steeped in history. An intimate family home, the history of the Vyne spans the centuries. From its royal beginnings in Tudor times to its place today as an intriguing retreat for you to explore. The Gardens are a peaceful escape with secret picnic spots, or you can stroll by the ornamental lake. Why not take in the restored Walled Garden, now a working kitchen garden providing delicious, fresh and seasonal produce to our Tudor tea-room. The ancient woodlands are a great place in every season from the carpet of spring bluebells to autumn leaves. Sneak into the wetland bird hide and experience glimpses of wildlife.
Vyne Road
Sherborne St John
Basingstoke, GB1 RG24 9HL

Ashdown House

Historical landmark
10 mi. away
Unusual Dutch-style house on the Berkshire Downs. This extraordinary building with the appearance of a doll's house nestles in a beautiful valley on the Berkshire Downs, surrounded by woodland. It was built by an Earl, William Craven, as a house fit for the Queen he loved, Queen Elizabeth of Bohemia in 1622.
Newbury, GB1 RG17 8RE

Bombay Sapphire Distillery

Historical landmark
8 mi. away
Dating back to the year 903 and used over 290 years ago as a supplier to the Bank of England for banknote paper, Bombay Sapphire at Laverstoke Mill has a rich history and heritage. In 2014 Laverstoke Mill was converted in to a state of the art distillery. Guest's can now enjoy a visit to the distillery as well as complimentary cocktail in the Mill bar after their tour.
Laverstoke Mill
Whitchurch, GB1 RG28 7NR

Winchester Cathedral

Historical landmark
22 mi. away
Winchester Cathedral is one of the largest Cathedral's in England, with the longest nave and greatest overall length of any Gothic Cathedral in Europe. Dedicated to the Holy Trinity, Saint Peter, Saint Paul and Saint Swithun, it is the seat of the Bishop of Winchester and centre of Diocese of Winchester. The Cathedral is a grade I listed building. Jane Austen is buried at the Cathedral, you can read the brass plaque erected in 1872 to redress the omission in the north side aisle and an illustrated exhibition detailing Jane Austen's life, work and death in Hampshire, is displayed beside her grave.
9 The Close
Winchester, GB1 SO23 9LS

Distance from airport

  • 62.76 km from venue


  • Complimentary parking


Set among the beautiful rolling hills of Watership Down in Hampshire, with spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding countryside, Sandford Springs is a visual and golfing delight to savour. Situated on the A339 in Hampshire between Newbury and Basingstoke, Sandford Springs Golf Club is an ideal location for any event. Whether you are looking to host an intimate business meeting for a few colleagues, or source an outstanding venue to entertain corporate guests for away days, team buildings or events, you will find what you need at Sandford Springs resort. With modern facilities, friendly service and an exceptional location, you will find everything in place to ensure the success of your corporate entertaining requirements. With flexible conference, meeting and exhibition space Sandford Springs is ideal for a number of different events. There are 7 function and meeting rooms with capacity up to 140 people seated. The venue is a stunning party venue, for all types of festive and work celebrations seating up to 200 people with access to a private bar and patio area.

Cancellation policy

In the event of cancellation of any confirmed booking or non arrival by the customer, the customer shall pay to the company a cancellation or non arrival fee. The company shall do its utmost to re-let the facilities booked, but if having used their best endeavours the company is unable to do so, the following cancellation charges will apply: Over 9 months before date of function, loss of deposit. 6-9 months before date of function 30% of contracted value. 3-6 months before date of function 60% of contracted value. 1-3 months before date of function 90% of contracted value. 0-1 month before date of function 100% of contracted value. All cancellations must be notified in writing, failure to do so will result in 100% charge being made for total business lost. The company reserve the right to cancel any booking forthwith, without liability on its part in the event of damage or destruction to Sandford Springs by fire or any other causes, any shortage of labour or food supplies, strikes, walkouts or industrial unrest or any other cause beyond the control of the company, which prevent it from performing its obligations in connection with any booking. If the customer becomes insolvent or in the case of an individual, becomes subject to a bankrupt petition, or if the booking might damage the reputation of the company; in these circumstances the company will return any deposits, but the company would not have any other liability.

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