Things To Do
Located in rural Hampshire with its unique mixture of rolling hills, chalk streams, bustling market towns and sleepy villages, Hampshire’s countryside epitomises traditional English charm. Discover delicious local produce, explore varied walking and cycling routes and visit our two National Parks.
Nearby points of interest – our top picks!
Petersfield (4.6 miles) the beautiful market town of Petersfield is just a short drive away. With quality local shops, café’s, bars and restaurants, it is an ideal short trip out. The town hosts a market every Wednesday and Saturday.
The Hollycombe Steam collection, Liphook (3.4 miles) A working steam museum with steam powered locomotives, fairground rides and many more working exhibits. Located in a beautiful woodland setting, it is an ideal family day out.
Winchester (25 miles)An unspoilt cathedral city on the edge of the rolling South Downs, Winchester is England’s ancient capital and former seat of King Alfred the Great. Today, Winchester combines the best of city life with the freshness of the surrounding countryside. One hour from London, this is England as it ought to be.
Jane Austen’s House Museum (10.6 mi) A great place for Jane Austen fans to visit, the museum in Chawton is a wonderfully preserved seventeenth century home.
Cowdray Castle (8.4 mi) The Tudor castles ruins are set in the South Downs National Park. Tours are available. Events and performances are held throughout the year.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard (24.6miles) The dockyard is home of the British Navy and hosts and number of famous ships including Nelson’s Victory, HMS Warrior and the new Mary Rose exhibition.
Gunwharf Keys (24.8 miles) – A busy quay side shopping centre, full of outlet style designer shops.
Guildford (22.1 miles) – A beautiful town with a good mix of famous high street shops and unique boutiques.
West quay, Southampton (46.6 miles) – A modern shopping centre brimming with famous brands.