Accommodation Near Fleet Community Hospital, Hampshire.

Please contact us for special discounted NHS & Key Worker rates at info@satoday.co.uk, as these rates are not shown online. We’re here to help NHS Staff and Key Workers looking for accommodation in the fight against Coronavirus / Covid-19. We’re able to offer serviced accommodation and serviced apartments as little as 5.3 miles from Fleet Community Hospital, Fleet, Hampshire. These properties offer a great alternative to hotels in Fleet.

Picture of SA Today Apartments Farnborough (Fibre Wi-Fi & Netflix).
Picture of SA Today Farnham (Fibre Wi-Fi & Netflix).

How Close Is your accommodation to Fleet Community Hospital, Hampshire?

We’re able to offer properties as little as 5.3 miles from Fleet Community Hospital, Hampshire.

Does your accommodation offer free parking?

Absolutely, all of our properties offer free parking for our guests.

Can you offer Flexible Check-In And Check-Out Times?

Yes we can, we offer flexible self check-in and check-out so you can come and go as you please without having to wait around for anyone else.

Do You Offer Free Wi-Fi And Netflix?

For sure, we offer super fast fibre Wi-Fi and Netflix to all our guests – it’s a necessity these days. Why miss out on your favourite series just because you’re not at home!?

How Do I Get The Best Price?

Make sure you book directly with us to get the best price!

About Fleet Community Hospital, Hampshire:

Fleet Hospital is located at Church Road, Fleet, Hampshire. It was opened in October 1897. The land was donated by Lord Calthorpe under the condition that the site be used for medical provision for the fleet and district residents.

During the Great War of 1914-1918 the Hospital fell on really hard times, and at one stage was on the point of closing, but volunteers came to the rescue both official substitutes and part-time workers, and old friends gave financial support.

Soon after the war, in 1948, the Hospital lost its status as a Voluntary Hospital and passed to the ownership of the Ministry of Health, since when it has continued to serve the district well and still enjoys the patronage and voluntary help from many local people and organisations. In recent years a new men’s ward has been added. It has a small carpark of 53 spaces, including 4 disabled parking bays and is a 15 minute walk from Fleet town centre.