The village of Liss is situated just over 3 miles north of Petersfield. It consists of the old village at West Liss, which dates as far back as the 13th Century and was mentioned in the Domesday book and the modern village of East Liss. Whilst not a tourist attraction in its own right, there are several good pubs and B&B’s in the immediate area, which are an excellent base from which to explore this beautiful area of East Hampshire.
Getting Here & Home Again
By Train & Bus
Liss has a railway station with direct trains to London Waterloo (1 hour) and Portsmouth (35 minutes). There are regular bus services to Petersfield, Alton, and Havant.
Liss is just off the A3, offering easy connections to the M25 as well as the south coast. The A272 is just a couple of miles to the south heading west to Winchester and east towards Midhurst and beyond. There are two pay and display car parks and limited on street parking in the village centre.
Liss has a decent selection of pubs, restaurants and shops.
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