Stockbridge, Hampshire, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Stockbridge

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Bedroom
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The SpaceYour room is spacious and airy. Having 2 windows makes it a very nice room to stay in. There is a very small kitchenette that has a microwave, kettle, toaster, kettle and fridge. Guest AccessThe bedroom and integrated kitchenette is your own private space. The shower room is shared with one other resident. If you need to prepare food then please feel free to use the kitchen downstairs. Interaction with GuestsWe leave everyone very much to their own devices but if we are in, we are very happy to help with any questions. The NeighborhoodWe live in a very pretty village that has 2 working farms. The local pub - The Peat Spade Inn, is very welcoming and has very good food, beer, wine and a lovely outside space. The playground is a great facility and the famous town of Stockbridge is only a mile away, full of eateries and independent shops. Getting AroundBuses to Winchester and Andover can be caught in Stockbridge and the nearest train station is Grately, only 4 miles away. Other Things to NoteIf you come in late please turn out the outside lights and make sure the cat doesn't come in!!
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26br hotel
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Stockbridge, this inn is 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from Danebury Iron Age Hillfort and within 6 mi (10 km) of Museum of Army Flying and Mottisfront Abbey and Gardens. Great Hall and Sparsholt College are also within 9 mi (15 km).
hotel
Poor
34 reviews
14br hotel
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Stockbridge, this inn is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Danebury Iron Age Hillfort and within 9 mi (15 km) of Great Hall and Museum of Army Flying. Sparsholt College and Mottisfront Abbey and Gardens are also within 9 mi (15 km).
inn
8br inn
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  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Stockbridge, this inn is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Danebury Iron Age Hillfort and within 9 mi (15 km) of Museum of Army Flying and Andover Museum and Museum of the Iron Age. Museum of Army Chaplaincy and Sparsholt College are also within 9 mi (15 km).
hotel
Good
42 reviews
8br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in a rural location, this inn is 2.3 mi (3.6 km) from Danebury Iron Age Hillfort and within 6 mi (10 km) of Museum of Army Flying and Mottisfront Abbey and Gardens. Great Hall and Sparsholt College are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Home/Apartment
Excellent
14 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
Located in the heart of the renowned Test Valley in the south of England, Stockbridge has a unique ambience for those who appreciate the pleasures of rural life, and there is now the opportunity to stay in the village at newly built Firs Lodge. Purpose designed as a holiday let for individuals or parties seeking a high quality stay in the Stockbridge area, the house features flexible accommodation, having two bedrooms on the ground floor and a large open plan living space on the upper floor, with the balcony offering spectacular views over the beautiful landscape to the west. Whether your passion is country walking, fishing, shooting, cycling, fine cuisine or simply relaxing with a good book to read, Firs Lodge offers the ideal surroundings to unwind from the pressures of modern life. Naturally however, should you wish to stay in touch, tv, wifi and data port links are provided around the house for your convenience. Built to a very high standard, using locally made Michelmersh bricks to support a green oak timber frame construction, and finished with underfloor heating powered by an air source heat pump, the accommodation offers excellent levels of comfort, and all within strolling distance of the renowned Stockbridge High Street. Our High Street has been known since Victorian times for its excellent hospitality, and winning the Google “best foodie street” award in 2010 was confirmation that its reputation is current and well deserved, with an exceptional range of pubs, restaurants and shops, all within a very short distance of Firs Lodge. Whether your preference is for eating out or self-catering, everything you need is here, so there is very little forward planning required for a stay at the Lodge. We look forward to making you welcome over your stay, please look around our website for further information on the accommodation and facilities provided both at Firs Lodge and in the surrounding area; if you have any questions, please contact us and we will of course be pleased to advise.
Cottage
1br Cottage
  • Pets Allowed
Marshfield-Stockbridge is a spacious oak clad cottage set in beautiful Hampshire countryside only a short walk from the historic centre of Stockbridge. It has a large open plan living room, modern fitted kitchen, double bedroom and wetroom. Eco friendly insulation levels keep it cool in the summer and in winter there is cosy underfloor heating throughout. There is ample off-street parking and a sun deck if you just want to relax and take in the view.Set in the heart of the Hampshire countryside, Stockbridge is a haven for walkers, cyclists and those who prefer just to take it easy in beautiful surroundings. Anglers have the world-renowned river Test running through the town. Beside the river is the Test Way, a flat and easy walk and cycle path along the route of the disused Spratt and Winkle railway line. Or for those wanting far reaching views there are the nearby Iron Age forts at Danebury and Stockbridge Down. There is also the picturesque Common behind the High Street with its riverside walk. The New Forest and the sunny South Coast are less than an hour away by car.Stockbridge High Street was voted as the best Foodie Street in Britain in the Google Street View Awards. The wide High Street, has many independent specialist shops selling anything from gifts to fashion to gardening and kitchenware. There is a supermarket, delicatessen, wine shop, and several tea-rooms, restaurants and pubs to suit all tastes.
bed and breakfasts
bed and breakfasts
    Property Location With a stay at The Greyhound on the Test in Stockbridge, you'll be in the historical district and close to Danebury Iron Age Hillfort. This 4-star inn is within the vicinity of Museum of Army Flying and Sparsholt College.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the individually decorated guestrooms, featuring espresso makers and flat-screen televisions. Your pillowtop bed comes with Egyptian cotton sheets.Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include a fireplace in the lobby and tour/ticket assistance. Check-in time starts at 3:00 PM Check-out time is 11:00 AM
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    hotel
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    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Enjoy your visit to Stockbridge with a stay at The Greyhound on the Test. Freebies like breakfast and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails. Rooms at this upscale inn offer up nice touches like espresso makers and pillowtop beds with Egyptian cotton sheets.
    hotel
    hotel
    • Breakfast
    • Gym
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Swimming Pool
    • Wifi
    Enjoy your visit to Stockbridge with a stay at The Greyhound on the Test. Freebies like breakfast and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails. Rooms at this upscale inn offer up nice touches like espresso makers and pillowtop beds with Egyptian cotton sheets.
    house
    Excellent
    14 reviews
    2br house
      Located in the heart of the renowned Test Valley in the south of England, Stockbridge has a unique ambience for those who appreciate the pleasures of rural life, and there is now the opportunity to stay in the village at newly built Firs Lodge. Purpose designed as a holiday let for individuals or parties seeking a high quality stay in the Stockbridge area, the house features flexible accommodation, having two bedrooms on the ground floor and a large open plan living space on the upper floor, with the balcony offering spectacular views over the beautiful landscape to the west. Whether your passion is country walking, fishing, shooting, cycling, fine cuisine or simply relaxing with a good book to read, Firs Lodge offers the ideal surroundings to unwind from the pressures of modern life. Naturally however, should you wish to stay in touch, tv, wifi and data port links are provided around the house for your convenience. Built to a very high standard, using locally made Michelmersh bricks to support a green oak timber frame construction, and finished with underfloor heating powered by an air source heat pump, the accommodation offers excellent levels of comfort, and all within strolling distance of the renowned Stockbridge High Street. Our High Street has been known since Victorian times for its excellent hospitality, and winning the Google “best foodie streetâ€? award in 2010 was confirmation that its reputation is current and well deserved, with an exceptional range of pubs, restaurants and shops, all within a very short distance of Firs Lodge. Whether your preference is for eating out or self-catering, everything you need is here, so there is very little forward planning required for a stay at the Lodge. We look forward to making you welcome over your stay, please look around our website for further information on the accommodation and facilities provided both at Firs Lodge and in the surrounding area; if you have any questions, please contact us and we will of course be pleased to advise. Added daily rates to show better on the website. AH 01/01/13Added weekend rate to elevate cover for housekeeping costs, and state minimum stay 2 nights. AH 13/01/13 Places of Interest Danebury Hill Fort Well worth a visit, it is a stiff walk to the very top of the ramparts but the views are spectacular from there, and it is a good way to get some fresh air. The Museum of Army Flying One of our favourites, there is always something new to see, and plenty to keep children occupied, also has a restaurant if you need a snack. Houghton Lodge Gardens Spectacular country house and gardens, well worth a visit but do check opening times. Mottisfont Abbey Wonderful National Trust owned property with great history and architecture, rose gardens and riverside lawns, great for a leisurely wander around. Longstock Park Water Gardens Part of the Leckford Estate owned by the John Lewis Partnership, a wonderful water garden worth a visit at any time of year. The Hawk Conservancy Trust A woodland setting with some fantastic birds on display and in action, just off the A303 between Andover & Thruxton Sir Harold Hillier Gardens On the Braishfield road north of Romsey, this world famous arboretum and garden is open all year round, and is home to many wonderful species of plant. Treerunners High Ropes activities for all ages in Harewood Forest, if you fancy swinging through the trees like Tarzan…….. Winchester City Centre Ancient capital of Wessex, the centre of Winchester has many fascinating historic features, and a visit to the Cathedral is highly recommended. Salisbury City Centre Salisbury is another ancient regional centre with a wonderful heritage including of course the impressive Cathedral, Old Sarum, and a little further afield, Stonehenge. Romsey Town Centre Romsey is a classic english market town, and retains much of its character to this day. The imposing Norman Abbey and 13th Century St Johns House are highlights, and the Broadlands Estate, home of the late Lord Louis Mountbatten lies to the south of the town, with the River Test running along the front of this magnificent stately home. Andover Town Centre Despite major development in the outskirts of Andover, the centre of the town still has its historic market town which is worth a visit, and there are also cinema’s and children’s play centres should you need a diversion on a rainy day. Read Less Walks and Views Clarendon Way Situated as we are in the centre of the Test Valley, it is not far down the valley to the crossing point of the Clarendon Way as it traverses Hampshire to join Winchester and Salisbury. The Test Way cross the Clarendon Way at Houghton, and it is a quite idyllic spot with complete peace in the middle of the river valley as you cross over various bridges, looking down at the clear chalk stream water below. The Test Way From Firs Lodge here in Stockbridge you can walk straight to the Test Way and turn either north or south and go as far as you wish to. Alternatively you can drive to one of the many intermediate car parks along the Way, and start at a point further away, for a different part of the route. Stockbridge Common Marsh It is very easy to take The Marsh for granted as it is so close to Stockbridge and Firs Lodge, however, whether you stroll down the Test Way, cut between Lillie’s and Garden Inn or park at the Lions Den, the Marsh is a wonderful place to take a walk at any time of day. Whether you stay up at the Stockbridge end with the river and footbridges, or venture down to the southern end with the beautiful Lutyens designed Marsh Court overlooking the valley, the Marsh is always a relaxing place to walk. Stockbridge Down Although you either have to walk up the main Winchester Road or drive up and park in the carpark, a trip up to the Down is recommended as the views from the top are spectacular, looking across to Danebury Ring and Salisbury Plain to the west, the Isle of Wight to the south, and over towards the South Downs to the east. Stonehenge The atmospheric centrepiece of mystical Salisbury Plain. It is a though provoking place to visit at any time of year, rising so unexpectedly out of the rolling grassland of the Plain. A short car journey down the A303, there are many other remarkable Neolithic and Iron Age site within a short distance of Stockbridge. Located in the heart of the renowned Test Valley in the south of England, Stockbridge has a unique ambience for those who appreciate the pleasures of rural life, and for 2012, there is now the opportunity to stay in newly built Firs Lodge. Firs Lodge sleeps up to six guests, with two bedrooms on the ground floor; open plan first floor & sofa bed.
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      1br Home/Apartment
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      Catch of the Day offers access to private grounds with direct river bank frontage on the famous River Test, which is renowned for its magnificent trout and crystal clear shallow waters. The chalky bottom riverbed is the perfect conditions for watercress and an abundance of wildlife; which there is no shortage of here! The River Test offers some of the best fly fishing opportunities in the world, whilst fabulous Stockbridge town is just one mile away, now bursting with unique and trendy shops, bars, pubs and delicious eateries. The apartment is in the village of Longstock, just one mile from Stockbridge itself, a quintessentially English village with magnificent thatched cottages, church and the re-knowned Peat Spade Pub within walking distance. After a long day walking, exploring or fishing, head to the Peat Spade for a freshly poured pint of Upham real ale – a local speciality. Adjoined to the owner's main house and sharing the garden, this apartment is ideal for couples looking for that weekend countryside getaway or for the adventurous walkers and those wanting to tour the south of England. A ground floor kitchen and dining area leads to the first floor sumptuous living room, with expansive windows overlooking the valley and riverside garden. An exquisite en-suite double bedroom to enjoy those early morning views too, a real treat away from reality. You're free to wander in the garden and along the riverbank enjoying the scenery, wildlife and little ducklings; whilst a separate outdoor terrace area for guests is perfect for alfresco dining. A real sense of tranquillity surrounds this gorgeous apartment!