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Bushdown

Holiday Cottage in Nr Alton, Hampshire

from £1,050 pwSleeps 8

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Bushdown Summary

The holiday cottage is set on the site of a former granary in a stable yard, perfect for a hideaway holiday for two, just the place to escape to from the stresses and strains of everyday life. Bushdown enjoys an idyllic location and is surrounded by stunning countryside with beautiful woodlands. Ideal for the keen walker or cyclist or one might prefer to explore from horseback. Why not book a guided trek at the on-site riding school.

A new build and a modern design have been adopted which meets today's living requirements. Contained within a traditional Hampshire Clapper Board Barn exterior. There is a modern fitted kitchen and bathroom, elegant furnishings, equipped for your comfort and convenience including Wi Fi and cable broadband. There is a delightful outdoor seating area in the shared and paved courtyard with garden furniture ideal for al fresco Dining.

The property has an inter-connecting door to the 1 bed unit Whitedown accommodating 8 guests in total.


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Bushdown Holiday Accommodation

Bushdown: sleeps 8 in a combination of two holiday cottages "Pleasure Row" and "Whitedown" Access is provided between the two properties via an interlinking door.

Pleasure Row

2 double bedrooms (or 1 double and 1 twin), 1 twin bedroom, 1 spacious open plan sitting room/ kitchen/ dinning room.

1 twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom.

Open plan sitting room/ kitchen/ dining room with comfortable seating for 6. TV, DVD.

Modern fitted kitchen with fridge, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave and cooker. Dining table and large sliding doors to the communal patio area.

Ground Floor

1 twin bedroom or King size double (Sleeps 2) in Zip & Link, (please request upon booking)

Downstairs Bathroom with W.C and wash hand basin.

First Floor

King size double bedroom (sleeps 2) with en-suite shower room with shower, wc and basin.

Twin bedroom (sleeps 2) with en-suite bathroom.

Outside

There is a patio area with seating set in a communal courtyard

Services

Wi-Fi
Central heating throughout

Interconnecting door:

Whitedown: sleeps 2 in 1 twin bed bed (can be configured as a king size bed on request) with en suite, open plan sitting room / kitchen diner, shower room.

Open plan sitting room/kitchen diner with comfortable seating for 3. TV, DVD. Large sliding doors to the shared patio area

Kitchen area with fridge, microwave, cooker and washing machine. Dining table and sliding doors to the patio area.

First Floor

Master bedroom with twin beds or pushed together to make a King size double bed (sleeps 2), (please request upon booking), wardrobe, door to en-suite shower room with shower.

Outside

There is a patio area with seating (This is set in a communal courtyard with other holiday cottages)

Services

Central heating throughout
Wi-Fi

Local Information about Nr Alton, Hampshire

The cottage is located in a stable yard on the edge of the village of Newton Valence. The village sits high in the westernmost chalk hills of the South Downs. Much of the surrounding landscape is within the East Hampshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Alton is the nearest town and Petersfield 9 miles, both have a selection of major supermarkets and shops.

The village of Selborne is close by made famous by the Gilbert White house and Oates museum. For the more active guest, why not try the Zig Zag walk often taken by naturalist Gilbert Whitefrom the Selborne Arms pub to the quiet country village of Newton Valence where his brother lived. It climbs the steep Selborne Hanger using the zig-zag path that the brothers cutin 1753 and runs across the translucent and wonderful Selborne Common.

The South Downs National Park is on the doorstep with many opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding. Guests can bring their own horses or ponies as short stay livery is available on site by arrangement in the adjacent riding stables. British Horse Society Instruction can be arranged and rides and hacks over the proprietor's adjacent fields and woodland are available.

Why not visit Jane Austen's Museum, the 17th Century house in Chawton where Jane Austen spent the last eight years of her life. Which isjust 2 miles away or venturing further afield is the Mid Hants Railway "The Watercress Line" The station is in the town of Alresford, it is well worth a visit to this historic market town, a real treat. Alresford (pronounced Allsford) is a beautiful Georgian Town with a fine selection of restaurants and cafes, which for many centuries was a prosperous wool town. Old Alresford is mentioned in the Doomsday Book.

Horse Racing at Goodwood which also host the Goodwood Revival is 25 miles away and boasts a great day out. If you're looking for the beach, there is the coastal town of Wittering or Hayling Island is within an hour's drive.This is a charming and peaceful island with its Blue Flag beach and a country village atmosphere; it covers only ten square miles and is accessible from the mainland by a road bridge.

Under 15 minutes away from Inadown Farm is the charming market town of Alton. Here, one can take a romantic stroll through the shops and visit the award-winning pub, French Horn, for some delicious food and drink. The charming town is also known for its market day on Tuesdays, offering a range of exciting goods to the customers. Take a day out in Alton and visit Curtis Museum, where one can enjoy the vast array of exhibitions on Hampshire's local history. Furthermore, the museum offers a range of history on Jane Austen who used to live in Chawton village close by and a childhood gallery that exhibits an impressive collection of Victorian toys. Curtis museum is situated conveniently on the high street and is not something to miss during your stay! Another impressive place to visit in Alton is St Lawrence Church, a Grade I listed building. Admire the remarkable architecture and learn about the role this church played in the Battle of Alton all those years ago in 1643.

Winchester, the ancient capital of England is just a little over 20 miles away, and has a plethora of local historic attractions such as Winchester Cathedral, King Arthur's Round Table, Jane Austen's House and nearby Stonehenge to name but a few. The local area also offers a fantastic choice of shooting grounds and fishing lakes.

Well worth a visit is to the market town of Alresford, a real treat just a 20 minute drive away. Alresford (pronounced Allsford) is a beautiful Georgian Town which for many centuries was a prosperous wool town. Old Alresford is mentioned in the Doomesday Book but the present town of New Alresford did not come into existence much before 1200.

Southampton International Airport is 40 minutes away, ideal for the overseas visitor.

For more ideas please visit our 'things to do' section on the website.


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