We are able to offer three rooms, two twin bedrooms and one double room, all en-suite and named after characters in the novel. All the rooms are south facing and are light and airy.
We request a £30 deposit over the telephone in order to hold the room for you. This is non refundable if cancelled within four weeks of expected check in, however, we would be happy to transfer the deposit once if you re book an alternative date at the time of cancellation.
£80 Flat Rate
£90 Flat Rate
£100 Flat Rate
For Breakfast Add £10 per head
Monday to Thursday 12.00pm to 3.00pm and 6.00pm to 11.00pm
Friday/Saturday/Sunday 12.00pm to 11.00pm
Check out by 10.00am
The Watership is in the heart of the Test Valley. The Mill Trail www.hants.gov.uk/rh/walking/mill-trail.pdf is an attractive circular walk through the Test Valley Water Meadows.
North Wessex Downs AONB – Watership Down and Ladle Hill over attractive rolling countryside.
Vale Farm Fishery, Whitchurch 0 3 course fishing lakes.
Chalk Stream Fishing – Fishing breaks Tel. 01264 781988, email email@example.com
Test Valley Golf Club - 5 miles
Dummer Golf Club - 8 miles
Newbury Racecourse – 11 miles
The area offers a wealth of country lanes and tracks offering a variety of routes from the flat river valleys to the rolling down land. We can provide local maps.
North Hants Bikes , telephone 01256 893501 can offer bike hire and local information.
Bombay Sapphire Gin Distillary and Visitor Centre approximately half a mile away, based at the renovated Laverstoke Mill, opened in October 2014 and offers tours and experiences.
Hardy's Cottage Garden Plants, independent plant Nursery specialising in herbaceous perennials. Winners of 20 RHS Chelsea Gold Medals. Located approximately 400 meters away.
Whitchurch Silk Mill is 2.3 miles away, a 19th Century Water Mill that weaves British Silk.
Highclere Castle – 7 miles distant designed by Sir Charles B architect of the Houses of Parliament now home to the television serial Downton Abbey.
City of Winchester – Cathedral, one of the largest in Europe, the Castle and Greta Hall said to contact King Arthur’s Round Table.