Tangley, Andover, Hampshire, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Tangley, Andover

Other
1br Other
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I live in a very nice part of Salisbury, nice friendly house with 2 other men and myself , if you want to be independent and can fit in with us and looking for a nice quiet home to live in then email me .we are all working professional people .
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Bedroom
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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Bedroom
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The SpaceThe room is self contained and in an unusually quiet village. You will hear owls hooting at night. A 13 Century pub is only 4 mins walk away. Guest AccessThe Guest's room is at one end of the house separate from the main living area, but if you need anything you will know where to find us. It has a comfy King sized double, with white cotton sheets. Interaction with GuestsWe tend not to bother our guests, but always happy to chat and answer any questions you may have about the local area, where to eat, walk, how to get to Downton Abbey, Salisbury Cathedral, Stone Henge, River Test, Thruxton etc.... The NeighborhoodThis is a quiet, unspoilt rural village, with no major roads running through it. However, you are very close to many pubs and all major amenities should you need them. Andover 10 mins drive, Stockbridge, Salisbury, Hungerford, Marlborough, Winchester and Newbury all under 30 mins. Getting AroundYou are best to use a car or taxi from here, but Andover train station, a major London commuter point, is only 10 mins away. Other Things to NoteThere is room for a travel cot, or we can put up a small child's bed on request.
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  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
hotel
Good
96 reviews
8br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Located in Chute, this inn is within 9 mi (15 km) of Andover Museum and Museum of the Iron Age, Museum of Army Chaplaincy, and Finkley Down Farm. Hawk Conservancy Trust and Combe Gibbet are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Farmhouse
Excellent
8 reviews
3br Farmhouse
  • Pets Allowed
Sorry, only one-week lets or longer through the Summer. Available for corporate and long lets. The Carthouse has been recently converted into a 3-bedroom holiday home. Downstairs it has an open-plan living, dining, kitchen area plus a downstairs double/twin (beds can be linked) bedroom, bathroom (shower, loo, sink) and a utility room. The living area has 3 sets of doors that can open out onto the patio. Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms, the larger one has a double bed, the smaller is either double or twin (beds can be linked). There is a bathroom upstairs with bath/shower, loo and sink. The double cantilever oak stairs are lit by a crystal chandelier and reach each bedroom via a bridge across the living space below. Outside, the front is laid to grass and a large gravel driveway. To the side is a lawn, and to the rear is a large patio with terraced lawns looking out onto fields. There is a small summerhouse, garden furniture, BBQ and a clothes line. The nearby pub - the Hatchett Inn (SP11 9DX) - is fantastic. Equally, the nearby woods are quiet and secluded and (in season - around Easter) the bluebells are amongst the best in England. The Chute Causeway is a mile or so above the Carhouse (through the woods) and is an ancient Roman road between Cirencester and Winchester. Stonehenge is 30 minutes away, and Salisbury and Winchester with their magnificent cathedrals are each about 40 minutes distant by car. Trains from Andover (10 minutes away) take 1 hour 10 minutes to get to London.
Cottage
Excellent
18 reviews
3br Cottage
  • Pets Allowed
Dines Barn is an award winning barn conversion on a family farm in the beautiful Hampshire countryside. Sympathetic and stylish design has highlighted the original features of the Victorian flint and brick barn providing an exceptional 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom holiday cottage with substantial combined living/dining area. A fully glazed front provides an airy light environment whilst underfloor heating throughout ensures cosy winter nights. Nestled in a secluded valley surrounded by fields in an idyllic rural setting. Ideal base for exploring Southern England or just for a relaxing holiday in the beautiful countryside. Our farm is managed for wildlife and has won a RSPB Nature of Farming Award. Numerous scenic routes for walkers or cyclists starting on the doorstep. Only 1 hour from London or to the South coast beaches situated in North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Hampshire/Berkshire/Wiltshire border.
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Bedroom
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The SpaceCharming Double Bedroom in wing of an old Georgian Country House with own shower room. Guest AccessGuests can come and go as they please and depending on our engagements can use drawing room. Also have use of kitchen. Interaction with GuestsWe will meet guests and provide details on locality. The NeighborhoodLocated in a tiny hamlet 7 miles north of Andover. The house is part of an old Georgian country house. Walk straight out of the house into the country side. Local traditional pub 12 minute walk and others short drive away. Ten minutes from A303. Getting AroundThere is no public transport. Other Things to NoteCooked breakfast will be available if agreed the night before. Otherwise help yourself in the kitchen.
cottage
Excellent
18 reviews
3br cottage
    Dines Barn is an award winning barn conversion on a family farm in the beautiful Hampshire countryside. Sympathetic and stylish design has highlighted the original features of the Victorian flint and brick barn providing an exceptional 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom holiday cottage with substantial combined living/dining area. A fully glazed front provides an airy light environment whilst underfloor heating throughout ensures cosy winter nights. Nestled in a secluded valley surrounded by fields in an idyllic rural setting. Ideal base for exploring Southern England or just for a relaxing holiday in the beautiful countryside. Our farm is managed for wildlife and has won a RSPB Nature of Farming Award. Numerous scenic routes for walkers or cyclists starting on the doorstep. Only 1 hour from London or to the South coast beaches situated in North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Hampshire/Berkshire/Wiltshire border. A deposit of £250 is required to secure the booking. This is made up of £150 refundable damages deposit and £100 towards the cost of the holiday. The balance is due 4 weeks prior to the booking. We can accept payments by cheque or bank transfer in GBP. Andover is approximately 13 miles North-West of Winchester. The town has been in continuous habitation since Saxon times and was granted its first charter in 1175 by King Henry II. Throughout its history it has been on major routes; the ancient Harrow Way passed just north of the town, and the Winchester to Cirencester Roman Road passes through the town (and almost beside our cottage) The expansion of the town in the 1960's nearly doubled the town's population and brought a major boost to the local economy, which now has a thriving diversity of industry. Attractions and Places to Visit in and near Andover: Iron Age Museum - discover a way of life destroyed by the Romans. Hawk Conservancy - Visit the famous conservation site and see the birds of prey fly. The Test Way - Inkpen Beacon to Totton via Longparish, Chilbolton & Stockbridge Andover Museum - Local interest, archaeology and natural history. The Fairground Craft and Design Centre - for crafts enthusiasts, families, crafts learners and the casual visitor. Whitchurch Silk Mill - A working Victorian water mill. Museum of Army Flying - A celebration of the history of aviation. Highclere Castle - The family home of Lord & Lady Carnarvon. Beacon Hill, Burghclere - Perhaps Hampshire's most perfect hillfort. Other Attractions further afield:- - cathedral town of Winchester (the home of King Arthur) - cathedral town of Salisbury - market towns of Marlborough, Hungerford and Newbury - Stonehenge and Avebury - The New Forest and South Downs - A wide range of individual shops in local towns - Regular weekly markets with occasional Farmer's markets and French market s - Large variety of pubs and restaurants, - Theatre in Salisbury and The Watermill near Newbury - Horse Racing at Newbury or Salisbury - Motor racing at Thruxton - Golf Clubs at Tidworth, Andover,Salisbury and Winchester - Fishing at Avon Springs Fishing Lakes - Fly fishing on the River Test near the beautiful hamlet of Stockbridge - Horseriding opportunities - Shooting - game or clay pigeon - Cycling - brilliant routes for road bikes or mountain bikes. Just ask us. - Wilton House - Bath - Longleat safari park - Stourhead Gardens - Exbury Gardens - National Motor Museum Beaulieu An extensive network of footpaths and bridleways right outside the door makes our cottage an ideal location for walkers, cyclists and birdwatchers.
    barn
    Excellent
    9 reviews
    3br barn
      Sorry, only one-week lets or longer through the Summer. Available for corporate and long lets. The Carthouse has been recently converted into a 3-bedroom holiday home. Downstairs it has an open-plan living, dining, kitchen area plus a downstairs double/twin (beds can be linked) bedroom, bathroom (shower, loo, sink) and a utility room. The living area has 3 sets of doors that can open out onto the patio. Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms, the larger one has a double bed, the smaller is either double or twin (beds can be linked). There is a bathroom upstairs with bath/shower, loo and sink. The double cantilever oak stairs are lit by a crystal chandelier and reach each bedroom via a bridge across the living space below. Outside, the front is laid to grass and a large gravel driveway. To the side is a lawn, and to the rear is a large patio with terraced lawns looking out onto fields. There is a small summerhouse, garden furniture, BBQ and a clothes line. The nearby pub - the Hatchett Inn (SP11 9DX) - is fantastic. Equally, the nearby woods are quiet and secluded and (in season - around Easter) the bluebells are amongst the best in England. The Chute Causeway is a mile or so above the Carhouse (through the woods) and is an ancient Roman road between Cirencester and Winchester. Stonehenge is 30 minutes away, and Salisbury and Winchester with their magnificent cathedrals are each about 40 minutes distant by car. Trains from Andover (10 minutes away) take 1 hour 10 minutes to get to London. Ideal for corporate lets - please phone for competitive pricing. Bottle of Champagne in fridge (one week or longer). Food essentials in fridge/larder (we can get extras if you let us know). Xmas tree and decorations for the Christmas period. Refundable ÂŁ150 deposit for breakages/extra get-you-in food (only if requested) is required with final balance payment. Deposit of 50% is required to secure booking. We can accept cheques or bank transfer (GBP or Euros) The Chutes (Lower Chute, Upper Chute, Chute Cadley, Chute Forest and Chute Standen) comprise a very quiet, secluded collection of small (and very small) villages between Andover to the south and Hungerford to the north. There are 3 great pubs, the Hatchett Inn at Lower Chute, the Lion at Clanville, and the Cricketers Inn at nearby Tangley. The Chute Fete takes place on the 3rd Saturday of June and is well worth attending. See 'www.thechutes.org.uk' - not always very up-to-date, but useful to get a flavour of the community! Secluded 3-bedroom barn-conversion on edge of bluebell woods. Ideal: corporate, walkers, star-gazers, lovers, get away from it all. Very quiet, with sheltered, sunny rear garden and patio. Pub nearby (7 min walk). Great walks.
      Cottage
      3br Cottage
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      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      Victorian flint and brick barn conversion. A fully glazed front provides an airy light environment whilst underfloor heating ensures cosy winter nights. Stylish holiday accommodation sleeping up to 6 in 1 double and 2 twin rooms. Furnished to a high standard to provide all home comforts. A welcome pack is provided for your pleasure. Our farm is managed for wildlife and won the 2010 RSPB Nature of Farming Award for SE England. Flowers and bird seed are grown for target species. In Spring the unrivaled beauty of a bluebell wood in full flower just a short stroll away. Located on the Hampshire / Berkshire / Wiltshire border. Only 1 hour from London. An extensive network of footpaths and bridleways is ideal for walkers, cyclists and birdwatchers. The World Heritage listed landmarks of Stonehenge and Avebury are nearby as well as the market towns of Hungerford, Marlborough, Winchester and Salisbury.
      Home/Apartment
      1br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      The SpaceLarge sitting room, plenty of space here for the two sofas, one of which makes up into a double bed. Flat screen tv, " Freeview" channels by the dozen.There's a log fire if you would like one set, or electric heater if not. The kitchen has a large cooker and a microwave and plenty of kitchen equipment. Bathroom is large and has a great shower. Bedroom has a new double bed and masses of cupboard space plus flat screen satellite tv with remote. Every room heated and double glazed. Guest AccessYou are welcome to come and go as you please, leave your car in front of your part of the house, huge gravel drive. By the Spring we hope to have finished landscaping the garden, which will include a private garden for our guests. Interaction with GuestsSomeone will be home most of the time, just ask if you need anything. The NeighborhoodEasy access from main routes to London and the South West. Set in a beautiful quiet country location adjacent to the Erskine Guinness family estates, yet within five minutes drive of the village. Within a short drive you will find excellent shops, supermarkets, pubs and quality restaurants, the Hawk Conservancy, Stonehenge.... The market towns of Andover and Salisbury are about 30 minutes drive, ten minutes drive each way to the main MOD bases of Andover and Tidworth. Getting AroundProbably not suitable if you don't have your own transport, we are a mile from the nearest bus stop and its not the most regular of services. Nearest train station Andover, 8 miles away. Other Things to NoteIts important you know I keep dogs, and these aren't totally silent during the day. At night it would be highly unusual for them to bark.